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Mouse Glue Board Traps

Mouse Glue Boards

Mouse Glue Traps are hugely popular in the commercial establishments and warehouses. They are useful where snap traps are discouraged or prohibited.

They may be used in multiple locations and are very economical.

Always place mouse glue boards in dust free locations.

Glue traps for mice : Trapper Max Glue Boards and Trapper Max Free Glue Boards, Victor Tin Cat Replacement Glue Boards and Trapper LTD Insect and Mouse Glue Boards

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  1. Trapper Glue-1 gallon
    $40.99

    Out of stock

    The Trapper Bulk Gallon has been discontinued by Bell Labs. An alternative would be Catchmaster Bulk Glue.

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  2. JT Eaton 166

    Starting at: $1.99

    This perforated glue board fits into the Repeater and Little Pete. JT Eaton's 166 glue board will catch the mice on the glue for a secure trap. The Little Pete has interior tabs to hold this glue board in place. This universal glue board by JT Eaton will fit in the JT Eaton Repeater Mouse trap or the Little Pete traps with its perforated edges.

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  3. Trapper Plastic Tunnel

    Trapper Tunnels are made of a strong plastic that easily snaps over the Trapper Glue Boards.

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  4. Pro-Pest Professional Lure Syringes For Rats and Mice

    Starting at: $6.50

    Pro-Pest Professional Lure is made of 100% food -grade lure of oils, essential nuts, and seeds. It does not contain peanuts. It is aromatic and is long lasting.

    Use Pro-Pest Professional lure as an attractant in all types of rodent traps, such as glue boards, snap traps, live traps or multi-catch traps such as Victor Tin Cats and Ketch Alls.

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  5. Protecta MC(Trapper MC) Glue Boards- 1 box (48 ctn)

    Trapper MC Glue Boards catch both insects and mice. They are designed to be used in the Protecta Multi-Catch Trap and the Protecta Pest Monitor. These glue boards may be used in traps or alone. Glue boards in conjunction with traps are great for situations where poisons are prohibited or discouraged.

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  6. Trapper 24/7

    Trapper 24/7 is a nonwind up multiple catch mouse trap that may be applied as a live catch trap making it a humane mouse trap. This sleek and slim trap may also catch mice or insects using an LTD Glue Board for quick and easy clean up. It has a horizontal slide to open making it convenient for servicing. With its ventilation holes along the base, it limits condensation and provides access for insects. The Trapper 24/7 also has a tinted top that offers a view of pests by using a flashlight. Trapper 24/7 is strong and made of an impact-resistant material in a durable plastic construction that will not rust and last a long time.

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  7. Trapper Pest Monitors

    Starting at: $10.50

    Protecta Pest Monitor is a reusable, plastic monitoring box used with Protecta MC Glue Trap to monitor and capture for both mice and insects. It is easy to use. Place Protecta Pest Monitor wherever insects and mice travel : indoors under pallets and shelves, inside cupboards and along walls; or outdoors along the perimeter of buildings.

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  8. Catchmaster Rodent Trap Glue-Bulk (1 Gallon)

    With Catchmaster Bulk Glue you can make your glue traps with such materials as cardboards, pieces of wood, roof shingles, plastic trays, or pieces of foil. You can customize your glue traps to fit the given situation.

    Catchmaster has improved this glue formulation to making spreading it easier. Use glue boards where snap traps or rodent baits are not permitted or desirable.

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  9. Victor glue boards (M309) Tin Cat Replacement Glue Boards -1 Bx

    Victor glue boards(M309) to fit in Victor Tin Cat traps.(4 in X 9.5 in )
    Packaging: 72 boards per box
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  10. Catchmaster Cold Temp Glue Trap

    Non Toxic Glue Traps for Mice and Rats.Ideal for unheated basements, warehouses, garages, walk in refrigerators. Unlike most glue traps, the specially formulated adhesive used for this trap is 100% effective in temperatures as low as 0 F. Learn More

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Trapping Mice With Glue

Trapping mice is one of the methods of getting rid of your mice population. The other method is using a high quality rodent bait. Which ever method is chosen, make sure to use plenty trap placements or plenty rodent bait placements to be effective. The most common mistake in trapping mice or rats is using too little traps. Place out more traps than you think you need. You can not put out too many. There are several types of mouse traps, such as glue traps, snap traps and multiple mice traps.

 

 

Advantages and Disadvantages Of Glue Traps

Advantages: Glue board mouse traps are a very useful tool whenever mechanical traps or poison baits are not a good option. Glue traps are generally cost less than snap traps or multiple mice traps and are considered cost effective. You catch a lot for your bucks. Mice do not readily escape from the stickiness of glue traps. Snap traps can be dangerous to pets and children unless you have them in tamper proof bait stations. The use of rodenticides or snap traps may not be an option in a given situation. Locations such as food processing plants, warehouses, kitchens, hospitals, veterinarians, kennels, etc may benefit from glue traps. Glue traps are safe and poisonless.

Disadvantages: If you are looking for a humane way of trapping mice, glue traps are not one of them. Instead choose a non winding mouse trap, such as Victor Tin Cat, Little Pete, or Kness Tip Top Mice Traps.

 

 

Types of Mouse Glue Traps

There are two basic types of glue board traps for mice. The first is the plastic mouse glue tray. The second is the cardboard mouse glue board. We prefer the cardboard variety because they lay very flat and the mouse can easily step on them. Keep in mind that a plastic mouse glue tray that is only an ¼ inch high looks very flat to us. To a mouse, however, it can almost be an obstacle and often times the mouse will detour around it. Another big advantage of the cardboard trap is that it can be folded into a tunnel. This tent like shape keeps the dust and debris off the glue surface in order to maintain stickiness. This will easily double or triple the useful life of the glue trap.

 

 

Glue Trap Placement

As it is with poison baits and snap traps, placement is critical to the successful use of glue board traps. Place the glue board traps along known rodent pathways when possible. Mice have relatively poor vision; they like to stay close to walls. Placing glue board traps behind appliances and furniture is a good idea as well because they seek shelter behind such items. Many of the glue board traps such as the Trapper Max Glue Boards are pre-baited , so there is no need to put food on them to attract mice. I do not like peanut butter as a bait because it is oily and may help mice escape from the glue. In addition, peanut butter can attract the family pets as well as ants and roaches. Provoke Mouse Attractant is not as likely to attract insects and pets and does not try out as quickly.

 

 

Glue Board Traps and Pets

Oh my goodness!!! Fluffy got into the glue trap, and it's stuck to her fur! What do I do? Well it's messy, but cooking oil and a little patience can release the glue and then soap and water can remove the cooking oil. If fluffy is a cat then good luck with the soap and water part. I have tried to bathe my cat (and I have the scars to prove it). With pets around a good option is to find a box slightly larger than the glue trap. Cut holes in each end of the box; make it large enough for a mouse to enter. I make them about 1½ inches in diameter. Place the glue board trap inside and use a small piece of tape to close the lid. Now position it against the wall. You have just made a wonderful pet-proof glue trap holder.