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Tip-Trap Live Capture Mouse Trap. Made of polypropylene, resistant to stains and odors. Tip-Traps are easy to clean and can be reused or disposed of after mouse is caught. Place bait on the inside of the removable end cap. Place trap near a wall with trap door open. The smell of the bait will cascade from the unit, out the trap door and attract the mice. When mouse enters the Tip-Trap it will cause the unit to tip - closing the door and trapping the mouse inside. To release, simply position the Tip-Trap over desired area, pull back on closed trap door and let mouse slide out. Controls: Mice, voles and shrews. Try our Nutter Butter Squirrel, Rat and Mouse bait to increase your catch rate.
While mouse infestations can be overwhelming, conventional "snap traps" often prove equally overwhelming to use. This tip trap has an ingeniously simple design that provides a safe, humane, and effective way to rid your house of mice. Simply remove the end cap and place peanut butter in the bait cup. Place the trap in a problem area and wait. As the mouse moves inside the trap to fetch the bait, the trap will tip up automatically, closing the trap door. Then you can release the mouse a safe distance from your house, allowing it to go on with its life and you to go on with yours.See all Product Description
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Love the concept. Have caught many, many. You have to check it often, as they will die inside if you don't release them. I even had one (or more? Read morePublished 5 days ago by Umbrella
I love it, trap the mice without killing, you can open and release the mice few hundred yard away from human habitation in the open and let it die a respectful not annoying death... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Roni M.
Total pain, my cats are worthless, but get more mice than these things! ( live on hobby farm, lots of mice)Published 1 month ago by nomoremud
Mixed luck with it! Was able to capture one mouse and two times he triggered the trap and I did not capture him. I believe he just jumped on the top of it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cyrus
... But they wanted nothing to do with it. I got a kitten & she took care of the problem.Published 1 month ago by Erika Marie Judd
It took 4 days to do what a kill trap did in a five minutes, but that mouse was finally captured, after several false positives (I'd find the trap tripped with no mouse inside... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Teria Cradle