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LEARN ABOUT MOUSE FREE

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UNDERCARRIAGE ENTRY POINTS

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RVIA PRODUCT SHOWCASE

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HISTORY

Rodents are the most abundant mammals in the world. Mice have an amazing ability to climb straight up walls, or jump 12 inches high, and can easily fit through holes the width of a thimble. They often take up shelter in homes, sheds and RVs. Instinct demands they constantly chew and gnaw on material to build their nests. Damage to personal property is in the millions. It is widely known that they can carry and transmit deadly diseases to humans. They often serve as a transportation source for fleas and ticks. They are a real threat to public health.

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THE FACTS

Trailers and motorhomes sit unattended for long periods when not in use. They become inviting targets for mice, squirrels and insects to take over and claim as their own.

Rodents work their way in through holes made to accommodate water, sewer, propane pipes and power lines underneath the motorhome.

Among the top five RV insurance claims are damage caused by rodent infestations. The mice chew through electrical wires, rubber and plastic hoses, completely disabling the motorhome.

Mice can carry disease. Hantavirus, a particularly dangerous disease carried by deer mice, can be breathed in while cleaning up mouse droppings.

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THE INVENTION

Mouse Free was a product born out of necessity. It was the fall of 2005, the nights were becoming cooler, and change was in the air! Yes, the onset of winter brought about an insurgence of mice trying to find shelter. An unsuspecting RV owner was blindsided by the ability of mice to find their way into his fifth wheel. In a panic since his wife was absolutely scared to death of mice, he nearly emptied the shelves of the local hardware store. Then, setting his traps all around the inside of the unit and near the wheels on the outside he figured he was protected. Well, he found out the traps worked, but still had a huge mess to cleanup inside. By the time the mice made it to the traps, they had already left behind their unmistakable signature again. Angered while he was cleaning and disinfecting, he thought to himself “there must be a better way, a way to prevent the mice from entering!” Returning to the hardware store he purchased cans of spray foam and steel wool. “I'm going to keep them out, if it is the last thing I ever do!” he muttered to himself. While lying on the cold asphalt, starring up at the undercarriage, can of spray foam in hand, he thought how am I ever going to find out where in the world are they getting in? Feeling frustrated, knowing that even if he finds where they are entering, the mice will just chew and gnaw, day and night until they make it inside again. “There must be a better way!”

He thought “if only a product could protect the entire undercarriage, by repelling mice“ – well the light bulb went off! Utilizing his 20 years of experience in the automotive coatings and lubrication industry, he set off to end his mouse problems. After four years of research and development with his team of experts, Mouse Free was born.

The Mouse Free product has the unique ability to repel mice. It contains a high concentration of menthol; it smells nice to humans, but rodents find the smell very offensive and leave the area immediately. Secondly, the product acts as an undercarriage lubricant for moving parts. Better yet, the lubrication qualities in the Mouse Free product create a thin protective coating that rodents and even insects cannot travel across. The process and composition are now protected under US patent pending #12/830,368, and Canada and International patent pending #2,707,664.

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MOUSE FREE IS SAFE

Mouse Free is totally non-toxic and safe!

The scent repelling properties within the formula are derived from 100% natural essential oils. These same essential oils are commonly used for relaxation during aromatherapy treatments!

*Mouse Free is safe when used as directed. It is not implied that the product can be used for aromatherapy, nor should it be used for any other purpose except what is found in the directions.

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MICE REPELLENT STRATEGIES

Mice Repellents Pros Cons
Mouse trap Effective at killing mice that made it inside. Does not prevent entry. Considered inhumane.
Poison Effective at killing mice that made it inside. Does not prevent entry and can kill pets/animals.
Moth Balls Effective in small spaces. Does not prevent entry. *Known to cause cancer in California*
Scented Dryer Sheets Works on very small scale. Scent only lasts a few weeks and can be carried away.
Steel Wool Stuffed in Access Holes Works on a very small scale. Will rust & falls out while driving. Difficult to find access holes.
Cotton Balls scented with peppermint Works on a very small scale. Scent only lasts a few weeks, & ends up used as nesting material.
Mouse Free Prevents entry. Humane. No trace to be seen! Will only work if you purchase the treatment!
The Science


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PRESS RELEASES

Undercarriage

At least one time each year re-seal the undercarriage to guard against pests and rodents.
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Pest Control

Mice or rats in the RV can create all sorts of problems. Not only will these sneaky creatures chew up furniture and destroy wiring, they are also capable of spreading a number of diseases...
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Rodent-borne diseases and their risks for public health

Rodents are the most abundant and diversified order of living mammals in the world. Already since the Middle Ages we know that they can contribute to human disease....
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Virus From Rodent Droppings Suspected in Death of Utah Man

Public health authorities say the 28-year-old man died Sept. 3, a day after he checked into a hospital. People typically get infected while sweeping up rodent droppings without a mask...
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New Mexico Woman, 25, in Serious Condition After Contracting Rodent Virus

State Department of Health spokeswoman Deborah Busemeyer says an investigation into where she might have contracted the virus found boxes that had been taken out of storage during a move and evidence of rodents.....
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Three Transplant Patients Die of Rodent Virus

Two people from Massachusetts and one from Rhode Island died in late April and early May of LCMV, which is associated with exposure to rodent waste, health officials said...
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Rodents and Hantavirus

How to stay safe! Download Government brochure
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Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Your Life is at Risk! Prevent infection from rodents!
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How do you get HCPS?

Infected rodents shed hantavirus in their urine, droppings, and saliva. Most HCPS patients become infected by breathing air contaminated with rodent urine or droppings, such as when cleaning out a rodent-infested space. This most commonly occurs in small, confined spaces where there is little air ....
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Seal Up!

Seal up holes inside and outside the home to prevent entry by rodents. Prevent rodents from entering the home by checking inside the house for gaps or holes any larger than a pencil could fit into. ...
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MOUSE ATTACK!!

Our camper had been parked since late November. All of the food had been removed from the cabinets so as to not attract any hungry invaders. Sometime in early January I went out to check the camper just to be sure everything was OK. .....
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Lubrication for Undercarriage components

There are various types of equipment and drive train components around the RV that will require regular lubrication...
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