Rated 2.0 out of 5 by 70
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Paul Worked like a charm
I bought these on my lunch break, brought them home and set them up at 6 pm, caught 3 mice by 8 pm. These are fantastic. I accidentally touched the glue on one and when I tried to remove my finger, the glue stretched out about 3 feet like chicago deep dish pizza. I don't understand the negative reviews, maybe these used to be less sticky. As of Sep 2014, they are highly effective.
September 22, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by californiawine Not That Great
Tried this product but had only limited success. Seems to work well with tiny mice. But for mice that are about half the size of a tennis ball, these traps are useless. You can tell if its not working by holding a trap you placed in a spot for a while up against a flashlight and you see little mouse prints like movie stars leave in cement. It may work for you, but I gotta say this, these freaking rodents are very smart.
March 30, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HomeImproverOne Read Directions & Use Glue Traps Correctly
I have used the mouse glue-traps very successfully, and I was surprised how well they work when used properly. I have read some reviews that have had poor results and my impression is that they are not using the product properly. My impression was that some users were using the traps with the protective cover still covering the adhesive!!?? The traps are extremely "sticky" but if placed in a area with "drafty air" blowing dust/dirt on them, that coating of dust may sufficient inhibit the adhesive properties of the product. The question of "cruelty" is mentioned? Well, if you want to rid your area of pests...it's WAR, so bite-the-bullet. If you think it is too cruel, then start feeding and raise the critters and see what is really cruel!!?? I recommend any method that rids my area of unwanted pests!
April 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by prettyblack The best catcher
I had mice that were uncontrolled i bought these glue traps set them out where i heard them the most in no longer than 20 mins i had already caught one and their only a dollar for 6 at the dollar store never used anything else i recommend these for if you're really trying to catch the problem.
March 11, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Vito Very weak glue
every couple of days i find my traps gone when I look around the garage i find them but no mouse. The glue is not strong enough to hold them. once they get the trap wedged against something they are able to free themselves.
September 25, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by RednexToyz Worked
We discovered a day earlier that we had at least one small mouse roaming the house. After trying conventional traps, only to have the bait licked clean & the trap not sprung, I switched to sticky traps. These are small mice. Watched as one hopped over the pad. Tried a different technique ... I placed a small square of sandwich cheese in the middle of the glue trap. Took all of 20 minutes before I heard the tell-tale squeak of a slightly stuck mouse. Caught 3 that night! Haven't seen one since.
They worked. I do agree that the glue could be better though & the traps a little larger. Two of the three mice were only stuck by the tail or hind feet and were pulling themselves away from the trap. I could see how they could possibly get away.
A little larger & a little more sticky & it would be 'Golden'. Maybe consider a place in the center for bait? Just a thought!!!I I placed 8 of these & baited 4 of them .... caught 3 mice on 3 of the 4 baited ones. My numbers don't lie! ;)
October 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Shon Awesome product!!!
Caught a mouse within a few hours. Tried traditional trap. This works much better.
February 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jvett works great
reading some of these reviews and I'm wondering if you bought the same traps I have caught eight mice so far with seven traps set them out at night no bait just in the area where the mice were seen been using them the past couple nights with great success I even had one catch two mice and kept them there all night until the morning when I got up to dispose of them
January 20, 2015