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cristina chan johnston
13 Aug 2009, 19:22
I know we have mice because there are droppings within two days after we
clean everything up. There are around 10 mouse traps ( the trigger type as
shown in your video ) but the mouse just ignores them.We caught a couple of
mice in a month and that is all. We just bought some glue traps but our
floors are tiles so the double sided glue won't work. I am afraid that the
mouse might pull the glue traps elsewhere and die and the house might
smell. We also bought some sonic pest chaser but have not used them. My
friend says an exterminator came and set up some boxes and the mouse gets
into the boxes and are killed. Are these the mouse and rat zapper? Please
advise on the this product.
12 Aug 2010, 13:20
We had a minor infestation in our garage…we tried a bunch of traps and
the ones that didn't work at all were the plastic kill and contain ones
from Ortho. We threw away 10 bucks on those!
08 Dec 2010, 21:24
Excellent trick with the trap against the wall. I could not believe when I
found closed traps with nothing in them (incl. a pre-baited one I wrote
about in comments to your article on Rat Droppings @
http://www.asktheexterminator.com/rodents/Rat_Droppings.shtml). I did not
think that mice or rats could be fast enough to escape the hammer, but your
video very convincingly proves me wrong!