This is a traditional and safe choice. The trap will minimize risk to get any disease from trapped rodent.
When a mouse and its disease-carrying parasites are caught, the red trap handle will move to the upward position and the red fluid-tight door will seal shut. Simply throw away the one-use disposable trap. Dont open trap after use as parasites may then escape when the door opens. By stopping parasites from spreading disease, you will give your family the kind of protection they deserve.
For personal hygiene we recommend disposable gloves that should always be worn when installing or recovering traps.
Why do I need extra hygiene for a mouse trap?Mice carry parasites which can carry diseases. Those parasites feed off blood so when the mouse dies they must find another warm body immediately. That can be anyone in your family: you, your pets or your children. When the parasites bite and/or through their urine they can transmit a number of diseases such as Lymes Disease, Typhus, Plague and Pox.
What's the best choice for bait?The favourite foods of mice are cereals, crackers, pasta, sunflower seeds, peanut butter, cheese and bacon.
Length: 24cm(9.4")Width: 6cm(2.3")Height: 11cm(4.3")Weight: 0.3kg
"The mouse traps were tricky to set, and so far haven't caught a mouse. May be it's a rat we have in the house, though"
Reviewed Tuesday, 22 December 2015
"Does not really work"
Reviewed Friday, 12 June 2015
"Caught one mouse the same evening the trap went down and another a few days later in the second trap. Ordered four more just in case. Easy to use and no mangled rodents to deal with!"
Reviewed Sunday, 22 March 2015
"Mice have manged to go in get the bait and leave however of I move the box the snap shuts! Also one of them is faulty so not able to use it"
Reviewed Wednesday, 11 February 2015
"This works as it says."
Reviewed Monday, 29 December 2014
Reviewed Sunday, 12 October 2014
Reviewed Tuesday, 19 August 2014
"Boxes/traps need securing otherwise they are knocked / moved very easily by the mice. After 2 weeks caught nothing despite some signs of gnawing on the entrance. Reverted to good old Little Nipper" much more effective. Wouldn't recommend.""
Reviewed Wednesday, 12 December 2012
"Somehow a clever mouse managed to eat the bait without setting the trap off! It is worth checking that the bait is still there and refilling if necessary. Three mice killed so far in the kitchen so have ordered more traps. There's no sign of bodies or blood so it much easier to deal with the problem."
Reviewed Wednesday, 24 October 2012