Originally Posted by SuperD
Ear tags for cows work great! Hang a few at selected locations and no more creepy crawlers. The ear tags also keep mud dobber hornets from building nests. I buy a box of tags from Tractor Supply once a year and hang with small zip ties, I put two in the engine compartment.
We also have a Gemini. Parked all summer, in driveway,while building pavilion never had a problem. Winterized and parked under pavilion, and had , by the looks of there droppings a whole colony. Tried irish spring bar soap. They ate it. Currently using several ways.
1. Dryer sheets on counter tops, in cabinet
2. Product at home depot, is small sawdust bag scented with pepper mint. Put on dash,and around drivers compartment.
3.theres a product on internet, its a oily spray that you spray under carriage. Not alot of room to move around down there, but this is war.
3.glue traps work,but after temperature drops are useless.
4.we have a dog that thinks its his camper, so just for the wimter I put one of those plastic box traps with poison. If you are lucky enough to find carcass make sure dog don't get ahold of it. Bait box gets thrown away during summer.
5.actual pepper mint spray.
Haven't tried a flame thrower yet. But like I said ,this is war. Good luck ,hope u share your results, and hope to hear from any outher rv's who had luck with a product.