The indicator light has an indicator light that shows waves are working. The design has been improved. The humane mouse trap is a great way to catch rodents. Their tool will help you get rid of mice that are in your house, barn, garage, plant, and then set them free in the natural environment. Trazon has made it easier to wash and release the mouse by enclosing it in a bat/rеlеase compartment. Meant for a long time. The live mouse trap is made of ABS. It won't break or degrade within a few months of use because it has a high level of hardness. You can rely on this trap anytime and anywhere because of its excellent rigidity and impact resistance. Nothing will stop you from catching rodents. It's good for your loved ones if you don't have any contact with mice. The cute mice might be the reason for some issues. You don't get any contact with the rodents if you use the Trazon trap. You open the compartment and set the animal free. Good for the family, good for nature, good for the rodents. Without mice, it's hard totch. This humane mouse trap is not requred to be set by any specal klls. It allows you to quickly add bat to the compartment, install it back, and place the trap in a spot where rodents can find it. The bat secton makes it easy to grеаt and then rce with a slght movement. Use the tool as many times as necessary by washing it in warm water. Do not hesitate to reach out to their support if you have any questions. They can help you make the right decision. Drop them a line and they will answer you as soon as possible.
👤Our little mice were not scared of anything we tried. The little f*ckers are also smart. They didn't bother with every bait and kill trap we put down. One night I was making dinner and dropped a little cheese on the floor and a person at my feet at the same time. They came really fast after we got them on Prime. We had two of them that night because they liked cheese. The last one was caught the next night. We are free of mice. I didn't like the idea of killing them. I was tired of dealing with them. We didn't have to. They are living in a field. Or dead. They are not in my house anymore.
👤We have used similar traps before. Decided to give it a try. I hoped the mouse would go away on their own, but they didn't. I took a chance. By the morning, you caught a mouse. If I catch another mouse, I will take a picture of it and add it to a picture book. I don't know if it was the trap or the mouse, but this mouse didn't chew through the plastic at all. I woke up at 6:30am and saw him, but took him out for another half hour. If I heard a mouse chewing, I had to take them out immediately, even in the middle of the night. Setting this trap is easier than any of the others we have had. It is easier to set and it is not sensitive when I move it a little. The mouse triggered it. Very nice. These traps are recommended by me. I will share them with a neighbor who had a mouse problem.
👤I was stressed out about catching the mice because I didn't want to kill them. These traps are amazing. Adding nuts to the chamber sweetened the deal. It was cruel to let them only smell the peanut butter. The first night we caught 3 and the next morning we caught 2. We put them in the parkland near our house. They jumped out. The release part is nerve racking but my daughter was not scared at all so she handled it. She is 6 years old.
👤We had been setting another type of trap and every morning the food was missing and the mouse was not caught. We caught a huge mouse with this one. After 3 weeks of use, the traps were rendered useless by the mice that chewed the latches off. The triggering plate needs to be made of metal. I originally rated the trap a 5 for ease of use, but since 3 of the 4 we had have been trashed, I have changed my rating to a 1.
👤After 3 nights of using cheese as bait, I put a small amount of peanut butter in the trap and after a couple of hours the mouse was trapped inside. I was a little hesitant about releasing the mouse, but it was easy. It would be great if they sold one trap. I don't need more than one. I gave one of these to a friend who said the trapped mouse chewed its way out of the trap. The traps work well. It's best to check it every 30 minutes, before the mouse is in it long enough to chew its way out.
Please message them at any time for questions or comments. They are here to help you. The UV light attracts the bug, the fan sucks it in, and the sticky glue boards trap it. No doctor. It's easy to place fruit fly, gnat and mosquito killer in your home, kitchen or office as a decorative, stylish piece. Turn off lights if you want to get the best results. It isn't a substitute for pest control services. Not for house flies. It is easy to use, choose between standard or low speed, and leave it to work. It's Numb.:93372-CHN-1
👤This product does not kill or trap fruit flies. I followed all instructions as instructed and in the midst of one of the largest fruit fly breakouts I've ever encountered, this item caught one after running for 8 hours. What actually worked? I put 2 jars of apple cider vinegar and dawn dish soap all around the area that was affected and covered them with plastic wrap and poked small holes in the top to keep flies out. After catching every single fruit fly with this method, they were gone and I had to kill the source. I wrote a review after buying this item and returning it to save $40.00, but the company actually told me they would give me a credit to remove the review.
👤We have had a serious fly problem this summer and bought this because my mom likes hers. There were some fruit flies and a couple of mosquitoes, but no flies. There are 5 flies zooming past the Katchy. I decided to add a snack to the middle to make it more interesting. I woke up this morning to see a fly sitting in the sun getting some UV light therapy and enjoying the breeze. It was like a spa. I attached the video footage to you for viewing. We named the fly Carl after him, and he said hi from Texas, and recommended you send your flies to the new kitchen. Apparently, we are a fly friendly environment.
👤The device entices bugs with a pretty light, then it sucks them through a turbine where they get stuck to a glue pad and starve to death. The only downfall is that it lacks a microphone that would amplify the cries of agony. We have two toddler girls who have red blisters on their skin and we would find them in the morning. Like their mother, they are sensitive to mosquito bites. We bought this little guy out of desperation, and since then we have only seen the machines kill. We hate mosquitoes and so we are very happy with this product. We now have three.
👤I ran a Katchy for several days after it arrived and didn't catch a fly. After testing it for a few more days, I went to Amazon to see if anyone else was having any problems, and what I saw made me sick to my stomach. These con-artists are also photoshopping their images to make matters worse, as they are misrepresenting the results of using the trap. Can you believe that? Someone from Katchy really had the gal to paste the same generic 2 pictures of a cluster of flies spread throughout the sticky trap and were either too dumb or didn't think people would notice or doesn't care. I was appalled when I discovered the photoshopped pictures, and I was even more appalled that I INRDeals The flies in the pictures were not real. I will be returning my cat asap. Don't trust this company.
Kills up to 100 mice with fully charged batteries. The columns hold Mouse in place. No experience, no touch. The kill chamber has aremovable kill chamber for easy baiting and cleaning.
👤So color me happy. There were a few things in the kitchen. We decided we had a mouse, because we don't live in reality. We don't want poison's or snap traps for our child. We placed the mouse in the corner of the floor in the kitchen because we wanted it to be in the kitchen. Nothing happened. The last bag of Donkey chips had been eaten and we had to set a trap on the counter. The green light was on in the morning. I did not. I was expecting a rapid flash, but it's only once every 15-20 seconds. I could see a tail when I looked in the opening. I had two concerns. The mouse was going to look like Large Marge's ghost and be splattered all over the trap, so the first thing that happened was that. I was going to be attacked by the reanimated corpse of the mouse when I touched the trap. I just dumped it into the dumpster. There was no mess. We re-baited the trap and set out to kill the rest of the mouse's family.
👤I was impressed with this product so I wrote a review. I had a mouse in my apartment for the first time and he was snacking on tortilla chips. These are not Tostitos or any mass-market store-bought garbage. The tortilla chips are made by a local business. They're thick and salty. I don't want a mouse eating my tortilla chips. I will not. This aggression will not last. The old-school snap trap can be a bit messy. I didn't want a glue trap. The little guy is eating my chips. I'm not trying to hurt him. I settled on an electric shock trap. A quick zap is all it takes. The best way to go is not the worst. I bought a trap. It's very easy to set up, put in your 4 AA batteries, put some bait in the trap, close the lid, and turn it on. I put the trap on the counter in hopes that the mouse would take the bait after he came out onto the counter to raid the chip bag. I found the trap with a green blinking light the next morning. The trap has been killed by a green blinking light. The "no touch, no see" part of the product claim is what we are going to discuss now. I think that's generous. It would take some effort to not see the mouse carcass, but you can easily dispose of it. You would have to not look at the trash for a long time while you dump the mouse body into it. I think you could really dispose of the mouse in one way. The trap has a split design. The kill chamber can be disconnected from the electronic side without opening the lid, so you could get a new one. That seems wasteful. If you are going to kill the mouse, the least you can do is look at your work and think about what you've done. The only way to dispose of the mouse is to open the kill chamber lid and dump it in the trash. Don't look. Maybe it makes you feel better to know that the mouse looks peaceful and not like he might look after a 7000 volt zap. A mouse was killed on the first night of the trap. Awesome! I re-baited the trap on the theory that there is more than one mouse. When I woke up the next morning, the green light was back on. 2 for 2. The trap is waiting to see if there are any more. This trap does a great job of killing mice and you can try baiting it with tortilla chips.
The patented system sends sound waves to disorient and disturb pests so they can't feed or nest there, driving them from their home. Effectively reject pests such as rodents, roaches, spiders, mosquitoes, and bed bugs. Ultrasonic sound can be heard inaudible to humans and household pets. Environmentally friendly, no poisons, no traps, no dead pests, and tasteless. The product can be used for a little night light, with low power consumption, and is suitable for long life. There are 2 units in a package. It is easy to use, just plug in the Ultrasonic Pest Repel and it will start to emit different frequencies to protect your home from pests. It's normal that pests will increase in the beginning because they are leaving their home after the attack of the Ultrasonic. The reduction in pest activity should happen within a few weeks.
👤We were a bit skeptical about this product, but we are happy we bought them. After reading the reviews, I wondered how this could work. But it did. The MICE have left. They ran into the walls after leaving our place and there was no sound or evidence of them. I've bought four more. The roaches have left and I think this is the best product on the market. Right now. It is on back order, which doesn't surprise me. I will buy 8 more. I want to give them away as gifts because everyone should have them.
👤I've been trapping mice in my attic for several winters, but recently I haven't had any luck. The mice have found a place in the corner of my attic that I can't get to, and they don't seem to want to leave. I've added more traps, but they don't work. I decided to try the maxmoxie repeller. Within a few days of using the repeller, I trapped two mice and haven't heard from them in weeks. The repeller states that you must use multiple systems to get rid of mice. I used traps. The mice were driven out of the corner by the signal from the repeller. The repeller constantly changes the signal so that the mice don't get used to it. I've read that mice can get used to a constant signal. I would recommend it to everyone.
👤I've had my unit for a while now. I am very excited to see this product on AMAZON. I can't say enough. I have to tell people that this works because my whole family has these in their home. If you are looking for a way to keep stuff out of your house without using poison, then you should look into it. This is it. I have two children who have allERGies and I have an animal that has severe arthritis. I almost lost my cat. This is where I got the phlegm. I don't use pesticides in my home anymore, and anyone who knows what chemicals do to us should look at them. Do yourself and family a favor and use it.
👤I bought a house in June of last year. The people who rented it left bags of fast food and styrofoam cups around, and I bought it. The roaches weren't bad at first glance but inside the closet where the hot water tank is and the AC unit they were just crawling I sprayed something. Twice. They left or died when they put some stuff out. A year later. We have ants. The occasional roach. There are rats in the attic. I got this for our little problem and hope it doesn't get worse. We have to keep stuff that isn't sealable in the fridge. It is getting old. I have had these plugged in for two weeks and so far no ants or roaches. The attic rats have only been heard a few times. I need to get some outlets wired up there so I can plug them in. I put one in my storage building to make sure rats don't come in.
It is easy to use, choose between standard or low speed, and leave it to work. It's Numb.:93372-CHN-1 It's non-toxic to use around children and pets. It can be used in tight or dusty areas.
👤Professional exterminators use this and don't bother with "snap traps" because they flat out work. There are a few things to keep in mind to make sure you get maximum effectiveness. You have to be aware of the path the animals are taking. If you spend some time getting inside the head of your vermin, you will see that they have a nest somewhere and they travel back and forth to food and water sources. They travel against walls and along the tops of roof joists. If you find a hole in a wall, you will often see a dirty smudge behind it. Droppings will also be seen. The traps should be placed in the high traffic areas so that they can be butted against the walls and along the trails. 2. If you follow the instructions in #1 above, you don't need bait. I have never baited these things and I have caught a lot of rats. 3. Don't use these outside or anywhere where your pets or children can come in contact with them. If you put them outside, you will end up with a bird stuck to it, and unless you are a cold-hearted killer, you will feel awful. I have to use them outside when rats visit the bird feeders. I cover them with a long pice of plywood and propped it against the wall to make it harder for anything other than a rat or mouse to get stuck. The curious house cats will get stuck in these if there is a mouse or rat around. It is not fun to try to remove one of these from your cat's face while there is a live rat stuck to it. You will end up with a lot of leaf litter on them if you don't cover them. 4. If you can't see a dead rat or mouse, don't use these. Once the animal is trapped, be prepared topatch it. The way snap traps do not cause instant death. The most humane thing to do is to kill the animal once you hear it moaning and groaning. It is fairly common for a larger rat to get partially stuck on one of these traps. I had a big wood rat that got his back end stuck on one in my attic, and he flipped out, and dragged it all over the place until I was able to crawl up there and take him out. When they get stuck, I use a shovel to decapitate them. I usually use a hunting knife or shears to decapitate them in the attic. This is not for people who are squeamish. Don't leave these in the attic for too long without checking them. If you wait until you smell something funny, you will have a very unpleasant situation to deal with. 5. If you have a dead mouse/rat, make sure you wear rubber/latex/nitrile gloves. First, they are filthy disease-ridden creatures and they tend to poop and pee all over when they die, and you don't want contact with that. You can slip off a glove if you accidentally get stuck to the trap. If you have bare skin, these things can get stuck. You will have a lot of problems to deal with.
It is easy to use and convenient. A perfect baby gift, the newborn nail file kit comes with a convenient storage case and various heads for safe and gentle filing. The handle is designed for a relaxed grip. It's easy to use with one button operation, just move the central button up or down. A baby shower gift is perfect. Glue, peanut butter scent. Mouse glue boards are high quality.
👤The traps have had good results. We replaced all the traps in the lower level screen patio yesterday because they were filled with bugs. This trap saved me from going to the ER. I went to pull the grill out of the house and found a new trap about six feet away from where we put it. It became clear why after further inspection. A copperhead snake got inside the screen and was stuck to this wonderful surface. They won't kill you, but they will make you sick, and the site of the bite will cause incredible pain. Thank you for the amazing product and I will be ordering more.
👤We had a bad mouse problem. We caught about 12 traps using other traps. I kept finding droppings around the house after we caught the majority. I knew we had one roaming around at night because they were always in the same spots. He didn't care about peanut butter or bacon or any other bait we used in the traps to catch him and he would just go around the other glue traps so I knew we had to get creative to catch him. I put the glue on the traps in a line around the dishwasher, oven, and fridge so the mouse couldn't leave without running across them. We finally caught him last night. The mouse was able to avoid the other brands because they don't smell like glue, and I think that's why. We used 28 traps to catch one mouse. After catching about 5 mice, the guilt is becoming overwhelming. It's not worth the trouble of traps if you don't have mice in your house. If you catch mice on these, you can either throw them away or let them starve to death, but please don't do this. After 5 mice, it's really messing with us. It's one thing to kill them with an old fashion trap, but it's not the same when you have them stuck to a trap and terrified until you find them and put them down. It hurts. It really, really sucks. I think I'll go the no kill trap route while they work.
👤These were bought as replacements for the pest control man who had left. I ordered bulk size more of these after the first trap caught an 8 inch centipede. I thought they were scent free, but they have a scent that is not what I was looking for. We don't have any issues with ants so I'm not looking to attract them. For every 1 centipede they catch, they trap about 8 geckos. It breaks my heart that we need the geckos to control mosquitoes. These work, otherwise. As shown in the pictures, these have caught snakes, centipedes and smaller pests. They have consistently proven their worth, so I've updated to 5 stars. If you're quick enough, you can use olive oil on the pad to release some pests that are safer to use.
👤I've tried many products. There are mouse traps and glue traps. Some of them worked. I had a single mouse. He looked at me every night. He avoided the traps. He wouldn't eat the bait. He would come out and look at me. I would get up and scare him. He would run under the cart and come out again. This was going on for a long time. He was becoming less afraid of me because he was reacting slowly and coming closer. I don't want a pet mouse. I wanted him to leave. I thought to look for glue traps that were flat on the floor and didn't have a lip. I thought he wouldn't have to climb into the glue trap if there wasn't a lip. These seemed to fit the bill. I used two of them that night under the cart. That first night was a success. He came out as usual, but was caught under the cart. I bashed the mouse with a hammer and threw it in the trash. The product is great.
Glue traps are easy to use and can be placed in places where rodents tend to hide. The catch and release method is 100% human. They are endorsed by humane societies and animal rights organizations. It is ideal for animal lovers. CaptSure's trap is safe for children and pets in the home. They do not use any of the above. It also features a design that prevents you from having any physical contact with the mice and reduces the risk of diseases or bites that may arise from contact. The design ensures no human physical contact with rodents, which reduces the risk of diseases or bite that may arise from human-rodent contact. You don't have to be an expert to use a CaptSure trap. Its design allows trappers of all experience levels to capture, transport, and release small animals with ease. CaptSure's Smart Mouse Trap is easy to clean and reuse. The trap can be washed.
👤The kitchen was the focus of the battle. It was a long fight against the mouse. Wait, the battle is over. Let me tell you a bit about the past. I moved into my new house. I loved it! It finally started to feel like home after a year, but I wasn't the only one who felt that way. I think my wife was just sneaking pastries and cookies in the middle of the night. I noticed a hole in my loaf of bread. I was angry. I had to throw the loaf away. I placed the traps at all the places where the mouse would have to travel to feast on my loaf, but he was clever and made it to it again. For a week or so, it was quiet, not so much as a crumb. I woke up screaming because I thought I had won the battle. I ran to the kitchen to defend my wife. Mr. Crumbs was behind the fridge. I prepared for the second battle after explaining to her that the scream was uncalled for. I started by cleaning everything with wipes and then looking for entryways. I did not find any. I increased my offense with more traps. Quietness came back. I went to the supermarket to buy everything I needed for my dinner, because I was going to make these Buffalo Chicken sliders for the gathering I was going to have. Mr. Crumbs said that he would hit him where it hurts. He ate my bread rolls. I yelled that this was personal. My wife told me not to shout. I went to Amazon to find the best traps, and I found theCaptSure Humane Smart Mouse Trap, which I thought would trick Mr. Crumbs. I put my bread and fridge in after reading the recommendations. Set the traps and wait. I almost lost hope but then a snap! I ran to the kitchen. Mr. Crumbs said that he had been in the trap. I jumped up and down. The battle was won. I'm ready for anything. The moral of the story is never to stop fighting. These traps are recommended by me.
👤The trap catches the mice. Two mice in 3 days. The trap would have given 5 stars but the mice had their tails trapped in the door when it sprang shut. A mouse chewed off his tail at the trap door while another was in the trap for a short time. He was in for about two hours before I left and then I came back and he was in a trap with part of his tail in the door. The trap should be a few inches taller and a little wider. The mice I caught were small. When I caught the mice, the trap was steamed up from their breathing and the mice were wet from both that, so it was time to check the trap. All in all good trap should be made longer so tails don't get damaged, they need tails for balance.
Saving you money is reusable. The Bell & Howell pest repeller is easy to use. It is odor free and contains no harmful chemicals. Mouse traps and other messy tactics are no longer needed to get rid of pests. Refer to all types of dental work from your home. The Bell & Howell pest repeller can be used to eradicate pests like rats, ants, and roaches. This will make your home or office a more eco-friendly place without making anyone feel uncomfortable. The Bell & Howell Ultrasonic Pest Repeller has a mix of highly-effective Ultrasonic frequencies that are extremely irritating to rodents and insects and will force them to leave your home. Pests don't get immune to the sounds. Pests will want to leave your home with these sounds. It repels rats, ants, and mice. The indicator light has an indicator light that shows waves are working.
👤I didn't work on my girlfriend. She kept coming over.
👤I bought these a few years ago when I lived on a 1000 acres ranch and had 25 mice in my kitchen every night. They got them out quickly. When I moved in, my next place had roaches, and again, these things cleared them out. When I have these, I have seen flies fly in and out. When I had these in my house, my dog stopped getting fleas. The only thing you need to know is that you need to buy them again 6 months after they lose effectiveness. I replace them. Since I moved to Georgia, I have never seen a spider in my life, but I have seen a lot of bugs in my apartment. You haven't seen bugs until you've lived in Georgia.
👤You get the feeling that the mouse doesn't work when you watch it sit next to the wall.
👤It didn't stop mosquitoes. It didn't stop mice. It didn't stop roaches. I bought this in the summer of 2014, when I was in Manhattan, NY. The whole building was with these animals. Four repellers were contained in the package. The only effect they had was the light coming on. The population of pests increased. They became bolder. They could be heard making noise in the house without the lights on. I would make sure to clean the dishes in the sink at night and then go to use the kitchen the next day, but I would find many roaches in the sink as I entered the kitchen. The flashing light indicated that this thing is working. Why should anyone believe that claim when there is no evidence to back it up? I can't charge this product as fraudulent because of great restraint.
👤Does not work. There are ants all over the place.
👤Before I buy anything, I research everything. There are reviews on here that say these don't work. They do. I have a double wide mobile home with a fireplace that is accessible to mice. Humans can't get to this space if they don't rip out the sheetrock. The fireplace was not an option because I am in Florida. The mice were gone in 4 days after I installed the pest devices. I don't know if they work on insects or mice.
👤I have nothing bad to say about these. We had a problem with bugs in our kitchen and brought in plants for winter. We had to throw away a lot of food because they were everywhere. After one was plugged into our kitchen, we didn't see any more of them, and I haven't seen a spider in a long time. I bought the four pack because of ants and spiders. For a long time, we walked into our boat on the weekends and had spider webs on our faces. Can't wait to see how they work on our boat. One will be in the captains quarters and the other in the salon.
We are able to offer you a hassle-free return because they are so sure about the quality of their rat traps. If the mice traps don't meet your expectations, you can return them for a full refund in no time. Can you afford to miss this offer? A thick coat of professional-strength glue. It is disposable and has no mess. The tear away edges were perforated. Economical and easy to set, family safe. It is made in the USA.
👤There is a better option for these traps that are highly effective. They are very similar to the person who would come to your home and do the work for $60-$80 a month. If you know how to operate a pump sprayer, you can get one for about $30, plus a bottle of indoor bug control from Lowes for $30, plus one box of these for $30, and you can service your own home for 6 months, just as good as Orkin or Termin The 75M model trap is relatively small compared to the 72TC model. You can buy a box of 48 quantity 72TC catchmaster for $21, and it is also a Prime item. The traps are made to be stand alone. The 72TC is either stand alone or inserted into the Multi-Catch Mouse Trap. The price of the product is the same as the price of the 72TC. The price for 48 pack is $21 and the total surface area is 2,175.4 sq inches. I think the catchmaster 72tc is a better buy because it is bigger and cheaper than the other ones. If others find this review helpful, please click yes. Don't hesitate to ask questions.
👤New York City mice are smart. They jump over the bad boys. I caught a few spiders instead of catching mice. I joined the traps together to make a line of glue traps that they would have to cross to get out of the closet they were hiding in. There was no glue in the line of traps when I found the mouse poop. Damn. There is a I wouldn't buy this for high IQ mice. I put peanut butter on it to get them to eat it. Do you know what they did? They got stuck on the trap and probably had a friend help them get out, because mouse hairs were on the glue and it was hard to get off. It's unbelievable.
👤These are the traps that are small. They are shipping the smaller glue boards which are only 57% larger than the larger boards. I would like them to have a better description. The dimensions of the box are different from the dimensions of the glue traps. The catchmaster website says the traps are called the PRO SERIES Bulk Econo Mouse and Insect Glue Boards. The larger traps seem to be for sale, but it's almost the same description. The description is terrible and I'm only giving this a 2 star rating. I'll have to use two traps when one used to be good.
👤Total waste of money. They don't hold. I thought I did something wrong when I tried doubling up on the mice, but they ran right over it, and other ones I layed down wore either eaten or disappeared. Some reviews say they worked for them, so I don't know if I got a bad batches. I went the extra mile to test them and threw one on the carpet and one on the kitchen vinyl floor and I was able to pull it out with minimal effort, other brands I've used would initiate a tug war.
The zigzag structure of the vole traps outdoors increases the bite force and prevents the mouse from escaping. A larger bite force can cause the mouse to die. The mouse killer is humanized. The rat trap is larger than standard mouse traps and has a more powerful spring. 100% get the mouse and won't let it go as soon as it touches the pedal. The Humane mouse snap trap is made of high-quality plastic which is easy to clean and does not absorb any odor or stains like the traditional wood mouse traps. It's sanitary and effective. It's easy to set and it's safe. The mouse trap is easy to set up. Put the peanut butter in the bait cup, put the mouse trap in the open position, and place the mouse traps where mice usually catch mouse. It's perfect for both indoor and outdoor use. Rat traps are safe to use. You don't have to touch the mouse while removing it. These mouse traps can be used to get mice, mouse, rat, chipmunk, squirrels and similar-size nuisance animals. Mouse Trap snap comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. They want to help you eliminate mice completely. If they don't work out for you, they will give you a full refund or send you a new mouse trap.
👤The product is cheap but not great. Some units can't be set. The ones that can be set trip easily, making them difficult to set well. The other brands of this trap design work well for me. Quality control and workmanship are not acceptable. Do you want to buy this? Other brands work well for me.
👤The trap was easy to set up and remove, but three of the nine were able to flail around until I heard or saw that the trap had "stumbled around" for a while.
👤A second mouse darted through the living room this week. I had him caught by the next morning by setting out 3 traps. The park is being knocked out of the park by these things. I wanted the smaller pack, but ordered the 12 pack because it was the only one with one-day shipping. The package arrived a few hours ago, so I set up 3 traps with peanut butter in them, then went back to work. It caught him quickly. I didn't hear it go off, but I checked the traps when I finished work and he was dead in one. I threw the whole trap away because I know you can wash them for reuse. Next time, I have 11 more to use.
👤These are not humane. For who knows how long, I have had live mice stuck in one of these. So sad. I thought the traps I have were the same. They are not. The bait cup was licked clean by a lucky mouse. I didn't want to provide a peanut butter snack for these little creeps. I want them dead. Quickly. I don't want them to suffer because I hate them and they can't live with me. Don't waste your money.
👤A big fan of traps. There is a I am terrible for setting traps to kill mice. These are easy to set. If you experience an issue with it clicking into place, grab a butter knife and lightly lift up on the catch. It's very easy to setup, and it's easy to remove, so no suffering plastic odors and no messing around with it. If you have mice, these will be great to use.
👤I started with 10. They are used in the garage, workshop, and outside for field mice. These traps are more traditional than the ones I like. One of them lost the bait cup on the first use and was probably stolen by the thieving targets. After the first use, four more became difficult to set. I don't think they will last very long. This type should be more durable than the cheap "traditional".
👤The bait cup comes out of these. Since setting them up last night, I have caught 2 mice in my attic. I have used cheap wooden traps in the past and I would always be disappointed when the trap was not set, but the peanut butter was gone. The mouse has to step on the trap to catch them every time. It is very easy to get rid of the mouse once it is caught, because they are re-usable.
Themafiti fly killer is made of high quality, not recycled,ABS. Eco and safe. There are certificates like FCC and CE. There is value for money. Hold the button on the handle to wave. To inactivate it, release the button. It has no other layer to protect the metal layer, so keep it away from kids andpets. The metal layer should not be touched. The night light has a pesticidal effect. Powerful sonic repeller. Plug-in is very easy to install. The registration number is 94950-chn-1.
👤Since plugging it in, I have not seen any roaches or other creatures. I wish it didn't cover both outlets, but it wasn't a negative. A soft blue glow is a wonderful night light.
👤It is amazing. Since I plugged it in, I have not seen a bug inside.
👤Not bad for the price. There are two in a pack. Night lights are nice.
👤This is a cool device. Plug it in and it will keep pests away. It does not take up a lot of room.
👤I plugged it in and didn't see rats. I can only say that is realistic. Is it possible to ask me again in six months?
👤It doesn't bother my dog. Works well!
👤This was bought to get rid of a guest. It didn't work immediately. It took a few days for the mouse to leave my apartment. I put the one in the kitchen and the one in the bedroom. I haven't seen the mouse in a while. I think it works.
👤Product works great. I have not seen any bugs since I put it in.
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