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d-CON Glue Traps For Mice - 1 Box (4 traps)
1 Box = 4 traps; d-CON Glue Traps For Mice.
  • 1 Box of 4 traps
  • Manufacturer: Reckitt Benckiser Family

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d-CON Glue Traps For Mice - 1 Box (4 traps)

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Works to PERFECTION! - Caught in 20 Min

By Mike Mouse

from Cottrellville Township, MI

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  • Easy Application
  • Instantly Sticks To Mice
  • Mouse
  • Mouse Trap
  • Rat
  • Rat Trap
  • Very Adhesive
  • Works Effectively
  • Works On All Surfaces


    Best Uses

    • Mouse Trap
    • Rodent Trap

    Comments about d-CON Glue Traps For Mice - 1 Box (4 traps):

    This glue mouse trap works to PERFECTION! The moment the mouse set one leg in the glue, it was caught! The mouse tried to escape, but couldn't. The mouse then tried to use its other front leg to pull itself out. As a result, the mouse was trapped even more! Then, the mouse rotated into the trap about 90 degrees, and its rear legs were now caught in the trap, too! This was amazing! We opened the traps and put them along the walls, and in less than 20 minutes this mouse was caught.

    This was the first mouse in my home in over 25 years. We first tried a couple traditional mousetraps where you pull the spring and set it with peanut butter. It was unbelievable when the mouse was successfully nibbling at the peanut butter on one occasion (almost laughing at us), and TWICE climbed over the entire trap! I felt like Al Bundy fighting against a smart mouse.

    I got online to see what else was available to fight mice. This was my first ever use of glue mouse traps. I can tell you, this is definitely what I will be using from now on. The fact that the traps are black in color also seems to be something the mouse was attracted to.

    Mice seem to run along the perimeter of the room - all along the walls. They are also apparently attracted to the color black. The one time when I chased after the mouse, it ran into the middle of the room with pink carpet and headed straight for the black speakers where it was hiding.

    My advice to everybody is buy the glue speakers, and place them strategically along the walls. Make sure the traps touch the walls. Don't worry, the trap apparently will not flip if the mouse gets into it. When the mouse was completely trapped and motionless in the trap it walked into, I put a second trap on top of it. I then grabbed a broom and put it in a dust pan and tossed it outside in a grocery bag.

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