If you’re going camping in unfamiliar regions of the country, there’s things that go bump in the night or even the light of day that may scare you. These are reason enough for you to know the all of the camping dangers and what to be aware of when camping in the wild.
Stink Bugs are finding their way inside RVs and campers as it gets cold outdoors. They seek warmth just like any other insect; oftentimes, hitching a ride to your next destination across state lines. However, it’s important to the environment and the agriculture industry to know how to get rid of stink bugs in your RV before transporting them state to state.
One of the biggest complaints amongst RV owners is how to deal with mice, spiders and bugs in their RV. Especially those who camp in the wild or put their campers into storage, preventing unwanted pests and exterminating them are just part of owning an RV! By using the right methods of RV pest control, those repulsive mice, insects and spiders will stay OUT of your motorhome or camper where they belong!
DEET-free insect repellents and bug sprays aren’t chocked full of toxic chemicals, smell bad and leave you feeling sticky or greasy to deflect even the toughest blood-sucking mosquitos and stinging insects. There are healthier, natural ways to prevent mosquito bites and insect stings without the icky noxious bug sprays and wipes!
As the freezing winter season rolls in, RV owners have to make the decision to winterize their RV or put it a storage with climate control. For those who are forced into winterizing their camper, there’s necessary steps to ensure all of your RV systems and components will all work properly when it’s time to go camping again.