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Real-Kill Mouse Glue Traps (4-Pack)
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Real-Kill

Mouse Glue Traps (4-Pack)

  • Traps mice and household insects
  • Non-toxic
  • Easy disposal
$3.48 /each

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Real-Kill Mouse Glue Traps (4-Pack) are non-toxic, disposable traps for catching mice and other household pests, such as crickets, spiders, scorpions and cockroaches. Glue traps are a ready-to-use alternative to spray and chemical pest control. In areas where insects have been a problem, they make a great monitoring tool to assess returning populations.

  • Glue traps for catching mice and household pests, such as spiders, cockroaches, scorpions and crickets
  • Place in areas frequented by mice and insects
  • Ready-to-use for fast, easy mouse and insect control
  • Disposable trap for quick clean-up
  • Non-toxic for controlling pests without poisons
  • Package contains 4 traps

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Will this work to detect bed bugs

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August 4, 2015
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Maybe. They certainly don't work on mice.
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no
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These are mouse traps.
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October 23, 2014
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Might catch some but absolutely not detect them.
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April 24, 2014
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To "detect" bed-bugs you must be aware of the "signs" that indicate there are bed-bugs. If you are bitten often enough while in bed, blood spots on bed linen, or spots that appear like rust spots. To use glue-traps to "detect" bed-bugs it may be necessary to place "blood-base bait" on the trap to attract the critters. Bed-bugs usually come out at night in the dark, what attracts them to a bed is a place Read More
To "detect" bed-bugs you must be aware of the "signs" that indicate there are bed-bugs. If you are bitten often enough while in bed, blood spots on bed linen, or spots that appear like rust spots. To use glue-traps to "detect" bed-bugs it may be necessary to place "blood-base bait" on the trap to attract the critters. Bed-bugs usually come out at night in the dark, what attracts them to a bed is a place to nest and not necessarily the person. Bed-bugs also feed on any living organism: bats, dogs, cats, etc. It may be by chance that they cross paths but when they do, they go for the blood! So, to "catch" bed-bugs, it would only seem logical to place the baited glue-traps in close proximity to where you believe the critters to be and check the glue-trap regularly to ensure that it is doing what it is intended to do and NOT attracted other critters to the area (though the latter would be beneficial) but you don't want to encourage another pest problem!!! I, personally, have not had a problem with bed-bugs but I do launder my bed linens regularly. I imagine that once you have an "infestation" of bed-bugs, it will be a long-term effort to rid them since they can live for nearly two years and can take a while for eggs to "hatch". So you may get rid of one generation but another generation is on its way? But, if anything short of "gassing" the area of interest, the glue-traps may be an excellent interim solution! Read Less
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April 24, 2014
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Not very effectively. To test if you have bed bugs, carefully search your mattress with a flashlight. Use a hot hair dryer to reach into crevices while searching mattresses and other bedbug hot spots and force the bedbugs out of their hiding places. Good luck!
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How many rats can one trap catch & how many pounds does the rat have to be to stay stuck without escaping

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October 6, 2016
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Hi Leticia. We also have larger Real-Kill Large Glue Traps available at Home Depot specifically for rats or mice (http://www.homedepot.com/p/Real-Kill-Rat-Glue-Traps-2-Pack-HG-10096-3/100208417). You shouldn't expect to catch more than one rodent per glue trap, though.
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February 3, 2016
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I wouldn't use these specific glue traps for rats. They are almost too small to use for mice. These traps are just a little larger than an average mouse.
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Depending on the size of the rat, each trap could catch maybe 2, but I generally find that it does well with just 1 per glue trap.
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As the name implies, this one is for a "mouse" and not a "rat"; size matters! As a measurement, a mouse's body is 3-4 inches not including the tail. The glue trap seems to catch one mouse, not that two couldn't fit, I think other mice "smell & sense" death and do not follow the same path. Placement of the glue trap is important. Close to walls or in narrow pathways.
This product also has a "Rat Glue Read More
As the name implies, this one is for a "mouse" and not a "rat"; size matters! As a measurement, a mouse's body is 3-4 inches not including the tail. The glue trap seems to catch one mouse, not that two couldn't fit, I think other mice "smell & sense" death and do not follow the same path. Placement of the glue trap is important. Close to walls or in narrow pathways.
This product also has a "Rat Glue Trap". Again, they have caught one rat at a time. Yes, Glue Trap may seem more humane but I find it a toss-up between Glue Traps and the standard rodent trap! Glue Trap is much easier to set out but the critter may be still kicking when you check them
Like all traps, be cautious of children and pets when placing any trap or toxic bait.. Read Less
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Glue traps DON'T WORK! All you will get is some fur left behind.
I even put out the pellets to poison them, they eat up every tray, YUM, YUM.
You want to catch a rat, get a rat trap, not a mouse trap and put peanut butter in there. Put on gloves to dispose and reset the trap. One after another, if they stop, then change out the peanut butter.
Hope this helps.
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will it hurt cats

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my kitten got on one of the traps. so i gave her a bath to get her un sticky it works real good. it won't hurt her right
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I don't think it would hurt cats (chemically speaking), but if they get a paw in it, it will stick and a pet owner would have to take it off. Hope that helps. I think the idea is that it traps rats with the gooey stuff; it's not a poison.
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February 3, 2016
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The glue on these traps is very strong. I wouldn't put them in a spot where a cat could get at them. I have gotten them stuck to things and it takes some pulling to get them off. I don't think it would do great harm to a cat, but it certainly wouldn't be pleasant.
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It's not toxic, just sticky.
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Hurt cats???...No more than a human that gets their hair caught in the trap but a cat would be more entertaining when getting them off the trap!!! Must be caution to place out of reach o children and pets!!! These traps are sticky and they work!
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June 22, 2015
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Right, these traps are non-toxic and contain no pesticides.
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If these are non toxic then why aren't they safe for dogs?

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How do you remove the glue if your dog gets in it
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February 3, 2016
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The glue is very strong. I would assume, depending on where the trap was stuck on the dog - like eyes, ears, nose, mouth...it could be painful and very unpleasant to remove and it would definitely pull their hair off and possibly some skin along with it. I would keep them away from all animals.
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They are not "safe" for any pets or children because the glue works very well. Stuck in hair is not fun!!! If pets start chewing these traps they well choke or have their mouth stuck closed. Use "common sense"! This glue may even peel off skin.
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You don't want your pet getting stuck to a trap or worse yet, eat a trap. This could cause an animals mount to become lodged closed or internal problems caused by eating. Not a good idea around pets.
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March 5, 2015
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Although they're non-toxic and pesticide-free, they're extremely sticky. We wouldn't recommend placing them in a spot where pets or children can access them.
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Mouse Glue Traps (4-Pack) is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 61.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty straight forward traps... I got these for my garage just in case. I haven't caught anything yet, which hopefully means I don't have a problem anymore. I have some spring traps outside and seem to be resetting them and/or replacing the bait more than catching any mice or ground squirrels, so I thought I would try these. Before they arrived I had caught 3 mice and 3 ground squirrels over a few weeks so we will see if there are any more of these little nuisances!
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Anyone who has a mouse problem should have these. I have a very difficult time with rodents in our home. We live next to a sewer and that creates a constant problem with the rodents. However this trap might not work for all the rodents it defiantly brings in most of the smaller ones. I usually leave little foods or things to bright rodents out. I also use the other types of traps to ensure that i catch them all.
Date published: 2016-08-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't purchase Followed the directions. I even forced a small piece of peanut into what supposed to be sticky. I have mice above my drop ceiling. I installed two traps. Before I walked away I could hear something moving about the ceiling. As I climbed the ladder I could hear something moving around the second trap. On the first trap the piece of peanut was gone, but, their were many foot prints from a mouse on the trap. I removed the second tile and I now can not find the mouse or the trap. So far all I have done was feed the mice. I touched the first trap with my finger and my finger did not stick to it.
Date published: 2016-02-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from For little mice, perfect The first mouse I found in my place, I had no idea what to do. I bought these, and placed them. First night, nothing. Next evening I see the sucker on the counter, so I move my traps. He's smart and avoids them, walks right around them. I put peanut butter on one, and put it in the sink. He managed to eat the peanut butter without touching the trap. So I put the three extra around the one with peanut butter. Turned lights off, 15 minutes later he's caught. If you use these, do be kind and kill the mouse as soon as you find it. Don't let it suffer needlessly.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Takes forever for the poor mouse to die as it gets stuck on this and flops around! We live in the country and despite all my efforts we still get an occasional mouse in the house. I have tried everything and the plastic toothed traps with peanut butter always works the best and kills the mouse quickly. I thought I would try one of these just to see what happens. What happens is that the mouse gets stuck on this glue trap and then flails around making a racket and takes an inordinate amount of time to die. I would never recommend these to anyone.
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I caught one mouse out of possibly three. The mouse I caught was a baby while the much older mous... I caught one mouse out of possibly three. The mouse I caught was a baby while the much older mouses are avoiding it like my other traps. The first con about the glue trap was seeing the baby mouse did not die once caught. I was in another room when the mouse got caught. It at first sounded like chirping until I got into the room where the mouse was caught. It ended with my older sister mercy killing it in the backyard with the glue trap still attached to the mouse. The next con is the issue with the older mouse or mouses in my house not falling for it even when I have them surrounded by it. Even when I put them in a situation where the only way out of hiding is over the Glue Trap, they somehow find a unknown path around it. Then the mouse or mouses avoid the area where the Glue Trap is at. I would recommend this trap if you have a single mouse problem, but not for a multiple one. I targeted the vents and areas I seen them cross the most. Catching my second and hopefully last might take a exterminator.
Date published: 2016-11-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The rat ate up the plastic part of the trap, pooped on it, but didn't get caught. The trap doesn'... The rat ate up the plastic part of the trap, pooped on it, but didn't get caught. The trap doesn't seem to have enough glue to catch a rat.
Date published: 2016-10-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Waste of money! The first night there were little mouse footprints in the glue. Last night it left a little fur behind but no mouse.
Date published: 2016-11-29
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