Rodent Defense Vehicle Protection
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. These lawsuits claim that the soy-based covering used by many automakers is enticing to rodents and increases the likelihood of infestation.
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.
Maybe Soy-Based Wiring Is Too Eco-Friendly?
They are chewing wiring covers more often because auto manufacturers have switched from using a petroleum-based plastic to cover the wiring with a vegetable-based type of plastic,the move was part of the car industry’s green movement.
In January 2016, a lawsuit filed against Honda claimed the soy-based wiring was irresistible to rabbits. Later that year, a similar lawsuit was filed against Toyota. In July 2017, both Hyundai and Kia were sued for using soy wiring.
In each case, the automaker was accused of concealing the problem and/or refusing to fix the issue under warranty.
However, regardless of whether wires are covered in soy-based materials, it’s an established fact that rodents are drawn to them. RV, Boats, and car owners alike have wrestled with this issue for years.
The damage caused by rodents can result in costly repairs. These repairs typically aren’t covered by your car’s warranty.
If your car has an infestation, you’re at risk of contracting the diseases that the rodents carry. Rodents such as mice, rice rats, and cotton rats can transmit various hantaviruses. These viruses are contained in urine, droppings, and nesting materials, and they can be fatal to humans.
Rodents Nesting In Your HVAC Unit?
An air conditioner is a perfect place for a mouse because the air ducts contain materials they can use to build suitable nests. They will chew on whatever they can find. When they begin to feast on HVAC electrical wiring, your home’s safety is compromised. Chewing through a wire can lead to an electrical fire and a damaged HVAC system. When rodents find their way into your ductwork and make nests or leave droppings behind, tiny fecal spores are swept along by the force of heated and cooled air moving through the ducts. These spores make their way into your home and contaminate the air quality.
So how do you avoid expensive repairs? Prevention is key.
Treat your car with essential oils that emit rodent-repellent smells.
Here at NHOU®, we specialize in solving problems. Here is our strategy — completely different problems with the same solution. Rodent damage and Rust
Over the years, we’ve heard numerous stories from our customers that after having their vehicle coated with NH Oil Undercoating®, the rodent problem miraculously disappeared!
That’s right, just like eliminating annoying squeaks and malfunctioning spare tires that become functional, this is a byproduct of our oil-based rustproofing system.
We’ve taken this one step further, by adding essential peppermint oils. Mouse-Out smells nice to humans but rodents steer clear. This two-pronged approach towards combating rodent damage to your RV, boat or automobile will make a formidable defense and create an environment that’s unpleasant and inhabitable.
Now, as a byproduct of combating rodents, you will have the added benefit of protecting the surface from corrosion for wiring harnesses or body cavities!
We offer safe and effective non-toxic essential oils natural pest control products that repel mice and other rodents. Mouse-Out ™
Mouse-Out ™ It is available at participating authorized applicators. Also available in aerosol cans, one and 5-gallon buckets.