Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 40
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Oddible Pointless, mice ripped the bag open and have been eating these for the last week
I placed 2 of these traps in the garage and from what I can tell the bait inside the traps hasn't been chewed at all. However, I put the bag containing the remaining blocks on the shelf. The mice found this bag, ripped it open, and carried the blocks to various areas in the garage and have been feeding off them for the past week. This is not poison, this is food. When the product detail says "Bait Station" it means that these blocks will attract mice. Maybe buy these blocks and use them as the food bait in other more effective traps.
June 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by OutbackJoe Great Pest Traps
These traps are the best way to control your pest problem if you have pets. Since these are inside a plastic trap only smaller pests can get at the bait bars. Other bait trays are open at the top and need to be hidden from pets. Since these are closed the traps can be placed in more places and seem to control the pests better.
September 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MikeinSoCal Very Effective, Gets Rid of Rodents
I actually use these without the holder in our cellar where no pets or other animals can get to them. As a routine practice, I leave one or two of these in the cellar at all times, and for most of the year, they are untouched. When I do find evidence that they have been gnawed on, there is no more activity for another year or so. So it works. In fact, one time I found the largest dead rat I have ever seen after it apparently ate this stuff (no, it was not a possum.)
September 3, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by sait727 the worst decision.
The mice proliferated more and ignore the product.
September 15, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ikearch Major mouse/Vole issue
I bought the large 20 piece bag. It comes with a smaller trap. I also bought the large mouse (size down from rat) trap. I have a pretty bad rodent problem. My house was a foreclosure and they were living in the walls and had access from the garage. Over the winter, standard wood traps netted me no less than 30. The problem went away until this summer where I started seeing them in my yard when mowing. Wood traps were set up around the yard and I averaged 2-4 a day until days went by without one. I could tell they were still around (burrows in my flower bed by my house where they go into the siding) but weren't hitting the traps, so I tried this method. I laid out about 4 or 5 in the areas around my yard where they would leave scat and bedding, along with the 2 traps. It's been 6 weeks and the pellets aren't touched. The mice and voles are thriving, actually. They have since gotten back into my garage when the door's been opened and I'm finding their droppings. I have placed 4 more of these in my garage along with wooded traps.
These are garbage. Wooden traps are really the best way (instant results and evidence).
September 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nigel The Rodents ate the Tomcat like candy
I broke a Tomcat slab into about 16 pieces and placed it in the backyard. Most of it was gone the next day. I waited another day before I placed the same number of pieces in strategic locations. The following morning, there was not a trace left.
I followed the same procedure the next evening and 12 pieces were eaten. I waited till the other pieces were gone (about 24 hours) and then placed the remainder in the same places as the previous location. Five pieces were eaten in the next two days and the other pieces were still there after several days. I supposed the varmints were deceased. It worked great.
June 23, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Bt Certainly quiets them down for a while
But only for a few days. They eat all of the blocks, but I've put out over 100 now and still... A few days later they're at it again. Makes me wonder if it just makes them sick.
Haven't found any carcasses…
September 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by dEacan1 Mouse Killer Refillable Bait Station (8-pack)
This is an excellent product. Easy to use, no mess, works great.
August 25, 2015