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JT Eaton 133N Stick Em Glue Mouse Trap, set of 4

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  • Stick em glue mouse trap
  • Glue traps control rats, mice, snakes, roaches, spiders and other crawling insects
  • Peanut butter scent attractant are perfect for people sensitive areas such as homes, apartments
  • With expanded trigger and strongest spring available
  • Non toxic, environmentally safe
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JT Eaton 133N Stick Em Glue Mouse Trap, set of 4 + JT Eaton 155N Stick-Em Pre-Baited Rat and Mouse Size Peanut Butter Scented Glue Trap, 2-Pack + Catchmaster 402 Baited Rat, Mouse and Snake Glue Traps Professional Strength, 2-Pack
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 4.6 x 7.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000XDUPXQ
  • Item model number: 133N
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #85,952 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Glue traps are the easy, no-mess way to control rats, mice, snakes, roaches, spiders and other crawling insects. Peanut butter scent attractant are perfect for people sensitive areas such as homes, apartments and more. Capture rodents and insects without the use of poisons. Works in wide temperature range. Prebaited, foamed glue attracts and holds rodents for quick disposal. 4-Inch by 3-inch trap.

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Customer Reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars
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4 star
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They are very small I will try the larger rat traps.
Pranee Loffer
I was told that the glue traps are the quickest and most effective way to get mice.
CQ DX
At least the mice would have died quickly and not so painfully.
Brooke A Haag

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 1, 2010
We seem to have developed a bit of a mouse problem. So, I deployed 6 snap traps and 6 glue traps baited with peanut butter. So far the glue traps have caught 2 mice and the snap traps 1. Furthermore, the bait has been stolen from a couple of snap traps. Yes, the mouse is still alive and struggling when you find them in the glue traps, but the one while a little less vigorous was alive in the snap trap. I put all three of their misery quickly, just tap them on the head with a hammer. Its a quick bloodless way to kill them. Yes, the traps are not humane and they freak out my wife, but mice are filthy vermin and the only effective way to remove them is population control.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Al on June 10, 2008
Came home and saw a mouse scurry from the tool stand to a storage cabinet in the garage. I thought, "great, now I have a mouse problem".

I put out four glue traps around where I last saw the mouse, and within the space of 4 hours, caught not one, but two mice. No other hits since.

These things work great. They remain passive for a long time, yet still work once a mouse runs over them. They also work great for insects like crickets that happend to find their way into your garage.

For those of you wringing their hands and bemoaning the fate of these "poor little creatures", get a little backbone, please. Just remember, a pair of mice will become a hundred within a year. The droppings from these "poor sweet things" are going to pollute your home and make you and your kids sick.

If you treasure these little critters more than your own children, go right on releasing them outside in your back yard. They will come back, and bring their friends with them. Mice also learn. You won't catch the same mouse the same way again.

If you can't stand the sight of them suffering on a glue trap, do the right thing. Kill them outright. Tap them on the head with a stick. Just a slight tap works fine. No need to smash them into goo. A tap on the head crushes their skulls and ends their suffering instantly. If your squeamish, put them in a bag, then tap with a shoe.

Save your hand wringing for something worthwhile, like starving kids in 3rd world countries or something.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By L. Sherman on October 22, 2010
The folks who say that they regret buying these, all I can say is: What in the world were you thinking these would do when you were buying them? They're glue traps for Pete's sake, and as such the mice will stick to them. Did you honestly expect the life would be instantly sucked out of the creature the moment it comes in contact with the adhesive? Use your brain! These do exactly what they were designed to do and that's the reason for the five stars. Are there more humane solutions to eradicating mice? Of course there are, but debating what those would be does not have place in reviews for, nor does it take away from the effectiveness of the product.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By WoodyWW on March 17, 2011
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I've only used a couple of these so far. One, I put under a table in a room I don't use that much, & forgot about it. A few months later, I started to smell something (bad). Took me awhile to find the smell, & yes, a decayed mouse, the trap worked.

Recently, I've had a terrible new mouse infestation. They seem to be quiet, & clever, mice. They've gotten into my kitchen drawers, & onto my kitchen counter, the mouse poop is even more disgusting in a kitchen. I caught another one with one of these glue traps, & it was already dead the next day. I keep vacuuming up the little mouse poops, & also have to wash (or throw out) the kitchen towels kept in a drawer that they pooped on. This tends to reduce any possible sympathy I ever had towards mice (you think?).

For the people that love mice so much they can't bear to see a mouse killed, I'd say, just keep them as pets, & let them poop all over your house. And BTW, have you ever seen a cat catch & kill a mouse? That's not pretty either.

My cat used to be one of the best Mousers in New England. But he's getting older, & hasn't caught a mouse in a year or two.....so I just ordered some more of these glue traps, & I intend to have a serious talk with my Cat......I just can't seem to reason with him tho, go figure.....
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12 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Mark D. Stump on February 8, 2004
I had a mouse problem. The mouse chewed on a power cord, scattered mouse droppings and urine in a $3,000 safe and chewed up a few papers within the safe (there is a small hole in the back of the safe for a power cord). I initially bought a "have a heart mouse trap" The mouse got out of this because there was too much space between the door and the wall of the trap (the mouse left behind a few hairs, a sprung trap, more droppings and urine as evidence). The next night he didn't come back. I was worried that the mouse would move on to the rear of some appliance or move to a spot where I wouldn't be able to find him until he does several days worth of damage. And remember this worry and frustration came after I had him in a trap that should have worked! I wanted a sure thing! Several friends recommended a traditional snap trap, and that may have worked. But I was attracted to the glue trap because every point is the trigger, and it doesn't deactivate, or miss. I don't know it to be more reliable, than a snap trap, but thinking about how each trap works it seemed to me the glue would be impossible to get around. Anyway it worked! Afterward I shot the mouse with a CCI .22 shotshell.
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