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Besides showing you how we homemade an emergency mousetrap from items we had around the RV, we have winners to announce in our 360 Siphon contest! Five lucky HowToRVgeeks viewers each won two 360 Siphon Roof Vents. Were you one of them? Scroll down to the bottom of this post to find out. ;-)
So there we were…. enjoying a quiet evening during a week-long boondocking trip in a remote part of southern Utah. We had the lights in the RV down low, when we thought we spotted something moving in the shadows up front near the driver’s seat. Sure enough, a little field mouse had somehow gotten on board.
We’d never had a mouse on the RV before, so we didn’t have any mousetraps. Even if we had been anywhere near a store that might carry mousetraps, they’d surely be closed this late at night. But we were eager to catch him before he could do any damage to wiring or other important RV systems, so we had to figure out how to make a mousetrap with items we had around the RV.
Watch our short video to see how we did it.
So… about that contest…
Out of 1,633 entries, congratulations go out to our winners, who will each be receiving a pair of 360 Siphon Roof Vents:
Dan H. (Entry #240)
Gary C. (Entry #21)
Dan C. (Entry #722)
Tom W. (Entry #346)
Barb S. (Entry #1217)
All winners have been contacted and their prizes will be on the way to them shortly. Thanks to everyone who entered. If you haven’t already subscribed to hear about future contests and other great RVing content, do it today!
Even if you didn’t win, you can still rid your RV of holding tank odors by ordering 360 Siphon Roof Vents here.
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Even though we're handy RVers, we're not professional technicians. So although we're happy with the techniques and products we use, you should be sure to confirm that all methods and materials are compatible with your equipment and abilities. Regardless of what we recommend, consult a professional if you're unsure about working on your RV. Any task you perform or product you purchase based on any information we provide is strictly at your own risk.