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Green Bottle USA Humane Mouse Trap


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  • Turns an ordinary plastic bottle into a practical mouse trap
  • No poisons, sticky pads or painful hazards
  • Release mice away from your home guilt-free
  • Safe around pets and people
  • Plastic; 3 x 2 1/2 x 4 inch

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 2.5 x 4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B0026K6Z88
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #76,886 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

You will receive (1) Green Bottle USA Humane Mousetrap.

More About Green Bottle Mousetrap:

The Catch-A-Mouse uses empty plastic water and soda bottles to catch mice, the product is safer for use by families with children and pets. Removing the Ick Factor from pest control, caught mice can be released or easily disposed in a touch free, clean and convenient manner.

Simply reuse an empty plastic water or soda bottle, put some peanuts or peanut butter inside the bottle as bait and attach the cheese entrance. Mice go into the cheese entry and can't get out of the bottle.

Once inside, it seems they feel comfortable and safe. They nibble on the bait and become relaxed they often even fall to sleep. Once you've caught the mouse, you can take it away from your home and back to its outdoor environment.

To release mice, rotate the trap upside down and off they scamper, avoiding the "ick" factor of having to actually touch or risk getting too close to the rodents. Another plus, you're being green. Studies show that Americans throw away more than 60 million plastic bottles a day. Catch A Mouse gives those bottles, and mice, a second chance.

The Catch A Mouse has a stable and non-tip design, caught mice are not able to tilt or tip over the trap. The trap also allows adequate air supply for caught mice to survive, check trap routinely to release or dispose of caught mice in a humane and timely manner.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Never caught a single mouse.
Megan Hewins
The tiny field mice don't seem able to get in the trap.
PamW
Set up trap and in four days caught four mice.
Charles J. Novak

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca Reinstein on June 28, 2010
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I had the other humane mouse trap for some time, the green one, and decided to try this one for several reasons I find advantageous. Firstly, the bottle can be thrown away afterward - the other trap became disgusting and filthy after several uses. Also, the mechanism for this device cannot wear down like the other one did causing the door to no longer stay open. At first I couldn't get the mouse to go in, but after I propped open the ball drop with a piece of the food it worked like a charm. After letting him go I simply threw away the bottle full of feces and leftover food waste. This is a great product once you get the hang of how to lure the mouse in.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By K. Gardiner on June 19, 2011
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We purchased this trap after finding mouse droppings underneath our kitchen sink. They would appear every few days, indicating that a little friend was coming by to scour the area for food. Since we clean our kitchen every night, including sanitizing surfaces, there was nothing for him to find. We decided to purchase the Catch-a-Mouse trap, preferring not to kill the little guy. We punched some air holes in the bottle (a must) and laid out the trap with some almond butter but we didn't catch him. We found the label of the soda bottle had been chewed a bit, like he'd tried to get the food without going inside, but no luck. We got a larger bottle, baited it with a tortilla chip, a pecan, and some cheddar (cliché, I know). We waited a few more days, but with no luck.

Finally, tonight I was sitting at my desk doing some work when I heard a rattling in the kitchen. I poked my head under the sink and couldn't see anything. After going back to my work for a few minutes, I heard it again and went to check once more. Sure enough, a little brown and white deer mouse sat inside of the bottle, trembling and looking very anxious. Turns out the noise I heard was him trying to knock the pingpong ball so he could escape. He was super cute and while he may be an adorable little disease bag, I'm still glad I didn't have to kill him. I walked the bottle far away from our house, and turned it so that he could escape, and set the bottle down in a nice grassy park area. The only problem is that even with flipping the bottle, the little guy would not leave it. So I finally used some gloves to unscrew the top and set the bottle back on the ground.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Marilyn Hollenbeck on March 20, 2011
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This definitely worked to catch the mouse I had in my attic.

However, a caveat is in order! Make sure when you screw in the plastic
bottle to PUT BREATHING HOLES in it with a sharp object, then screw it in
to the plastic cheese device. Check the unit after only 10 minutes or so as
it attracts the quickly. I put in peanut butter and a hickory smoked dog treat
(very stinky and attracts rodents quickly).

My mouse got caught, however, I did not check it right away and it
died of suffocation. :-{ So it defeated whole purpose of getting it.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By B. Roscoe on December 27, 2010
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I have only one complaint - i wish there were some kind of sign inscribed on the trap showing which is up and which is down. BUT, what happened was i had it upside down so the mouse got quite use to going in and eating the taco chips. When i discovered my mistake, i turned the trap over and within a half hour i caught a mouse! I took it outside and things have been very quiet. I did see my cats acting crazy this weekend, so i am getting out that trap again and getting reasdy for victory.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By K. E Hart on August 17, 2011
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I bought two of these traps and each broke after two uses. I e-mailed the company asking about a replacement and they did not even bother to reply.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Moe48 on November 24, 2011
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I used a 2 liter bottle and baited it with a cheeto and a few small pretzel pieces dipped in peanut butter. I also rubbed a small dot of peanut butter at the entrance. I recommend setting the trap against a wall and bracing it with an object to keep it from rolling. (I set my trap at 5pm and checked it at 10pm. There were droppings inside the bottle but they had rocked it onto its side and escaped.) I reset the trap at 10pm and blocked it from rolling again - the next morning I had two mice trapped!

Absolutely worth the money! Thank you for this humane and effective product!
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Megan Hewins on August 25, 2011
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This looked like a neat idea. Humanly catching mice is a frustration filled challenge. If you've already tried products like the Tip-Trap Kness Tip-Trap 109-0-001 Live-Capture Mouse Trap or the Mouse House Smart Mouse Trap - Humane Mousetrap - you know that when you humanly catch a mouse, the first thing they do after eating the bait, is leave a swill of mouse-mess, that is very unpleasant to see, smell, and clean out of the re-usable traps. That horror is what made this product look like such an amazing find. And it would be, if it worked.

Never caught a single mouse. The cheese head thing is stupid, awkward, and bulky. And most importantly, it never caught a mouse. While the Tip-Trap and the Mouse House may involve more cleanup, at least they both worked. This product is an awesome idea that happens to be a total failure.
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