Help! Ideas for keeping mice out of generator, and eating gas line over gas tank??


Dapajedest

New Member
Leaving m/h plugged in and radio cranked (rural area) has worked keeping mice out of cabin and storage compartments, BUT, this is the third time I've had to have it towed to a shop because they nested over the gas tank and chewed thru the flexible hose connection, and also filled my generator with nesting stuff. Short of chaining a bunch of feral cats (or mountain lions) to all three axles, does anyone have any ideas/suggestions??I
I've tried the urine and hot pepper products, Irish spring (they eat the shavings), dryer sheets (makes good, warm nesting materials), all to no avail.
HELP!
 

Cosoklop

New Member
Oh, this is a common problem in rural areas. I would also advise you to build a metal shed, I personally did so and the problem with mice resolved by itself. I had metal sheets, I used a fiber laser cutting machine to smoothly and effortlessly cut metal and bolted it in some places by welding.
 
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