How can I stop rodents from nesting inside my ATV?


Mice in an ATV


Mice have lived near people for as long as humans began living in permanent or semi-permanent structures. By settling near manmade structures, mice ensure they have easy access to food and shelter.



It seemed nearly impossible to stop rodents from nesting inside my ATV



That’s because it’s tough—according to almost every cottager, pest control expert, biologist, and ATV dealer we talked to. Completely sealing every opening in the machine itself is nearly impossible.


A hungry, desperate mouse—and they’re always hungry and desperate—will put up with a shed filled with traps, strange smells, and predators if no better option is available.


The new soy-based coatings on your ATV are a perfect chew toy for rodents, providing excellent nesting material and a near-endless supply in a warm, hidden spot. If you’re a mouse, it’s the greatest thing ever.



What they can’t do is travel vertically up an oily surface.



NHOU® Oil-based undercoating will protect you against corrosion and help keep the mice out.

Mice have very sensitive touch; they dislike stepping on oily surfaces created by our product. They also have a very sensitive smell; essential peppermint oil gives them every reason to walk away.

Their sense of fair is also addressed in this product. Not detectable by the human nose, we have a synthetic predatory sent to fool the rodent into thinking predators are nearby.


NHOU® Mouse Out has been independently tested to be 91% effective




Rodent infestation can cause headaches for RV and car owners. From pesky squirrels, rats, mice, raccoons, and other creatures of the night that want to make your automobile cabin or under its hood, they’re home! Once there, they can cause severe damage to the vehicle’s components. This is a problem that has made car manufacturers the target of lawsuits..

Mouse Out

These lawsuits claim that the soy-based covering used by many automakers is enticing to rodents and increases the likelihood of infestation. We’ve got you covered if you’re looking for the best mouse repellent for cars. We offer a reliable rodent defense vehicle protection solution to solve this problem. We have the best rodent repellent for cars to keep the mouse out!


The soy-based coatings are a perfect chew toy for rodents, providing excellent nesting material and a near-endless supply in a warm, hidden spot. If you’re a mouse, it’s the greatest thing ever. But if you’re an owner waking up to a severed fuel line, it’s a little less enjoyable.



  • Rubber Pipes: Rodents love chewing through the rubber on the pipes. These pipes offer them more building materials and could lead to car leaks.
  • Protective Tape: Most vehicles will have some protective tape of crucial wires in the engine or in the trunk. This protective tape is also a great source of materials for any mice, damaging the connections in your car.
  • Plastic: if you have left the rodents in your car for an extended period of time, they might also go after some tougher materials like plastic. Generally, the plastic is not used but rather burrowed through to create new nests.



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What do mice eat?


If you believe what you see in cartoons, you would think that mice eat cheese. They like to eat fruits, seeds, and grains. They are omnivorous, which means they eat both plants and meat, and the standard house mice will eat just about anything it can find. If food is scarce, mice will even eat each other.

Mice have voracious appetites. They eat around 15 to 20 times daily, so they build homes nearby with readily accessible food sources.