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Mice Cube 4 Pk - Reusable Humane Mouse Trap

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  • Humane live no-kill mouse trap
  • Safe, Clean, Silent, Re-usable
  • Easy to Use - Catch & Release
  • One way swinging door
  • The Only Mousetrap You'll Ever Use
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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000WB13QC
  • Item model number: 101-2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (493 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,054 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

4 PK Mice Cubes - Safe, Clean, Silent, Reusable - IT WORKS!! The Mice Cube is a molded plastic mousetrap with a door that is free-swinging in an inward direction only. Small holes in the door allow the odor of the bait to escape to attract the mouse. The mouse enters by pushing the light-weight door inward, which then closes by gravity, preventing escape. IT WORKS !! You never have to touch the mouse !! Mice Cubes aren't literally cubes, but rather dark black but somewhat translucent rectangles the size of a butter dish (2"x2"x 5.75"). Directions For Use: 1. To bait trap, spread peanut butter on a cracker and place it at the far end of the trap opposite the door. HINT: To help attract mouse to trap, spread a very thin layer of peanut butter on the swinging door - wipe of any excess so peanut scent remains, and the door swings freely. 2. Place trap along wall or in area where mouse droppings are prevalent. Warning: Check trap once or twice a day, as mouse will expire if left in Mice Cube. 3. To release the mouse, take the Mice Cube outside and turn the trap upside down. The door will open and the mouse can exit. 4. If mouse has expired in trap, you may dispose of it in a refuse container without ever touching the mouse!

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Customer Reviews

Try another type of mouse trap because this one doesn't work.
It's Just Me
If I wanted dead mice, I would buy a mouse trap that snaps their necks quickly, not let them die a slow miserable death like they have been.
H. Lamonica
We caught eight mice in one week with that ONE trap, but have caught zero mice in three months with these four traps.
Leila Wylie

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248 of 263 people found the following review helpful By David Dawes on February 3, 2010
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I give this trap 5 stars for having an effective and simple design. Within an hour of placing the trap I found our little kitchen intruder safely inside. This was a pleasant surprise, since the mouse refused to enter another trap I'd been using for 2 days.

However, since this is billed as a "humane" trap, I have to give it 1 star for the lack of ventilation. It had already started to fog up in the hour or so that it was occupied. Why is a "humane" trap designed in such a way that it will actually kill the animal if left unchecked for a relatively short period of time???

I will most definitely use this trap again should the need arise, however I plan to first put several ventilation holes in it using a small drill bit. I REALLY wish the manufacturer of this "humane" trap would address this very obvious design flaw.
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102 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Laura R. on December 26, 2007
We live in the country, so mice are a never ending battle in our home. I have purchase just about every humane mouse trap on the market, with limited success. Some traps the mice would not enter at all and others, the mice would simply escape after eating the snack inside. I was a bit reluctant to try these mouse cubes as they seem so simple...am I ever thankful that I did try these. The Mice Cube is by far the best humane mouse trap that I have found. They are simple to use, and amazingly effective. Another nice feature of these traps is their small size, they easily fit in a drawer or other tight space where mice like to visit. Releasing the mouse or mice from the trap is incredibly simple, you just turn the trap over and the door opens. As with any live catch trap, the trap should be checked often as captured mice need to be released as quickly as possible. To clean the traps when needed, I purchased a mop bucket from the dollar store and soak the traps in a mild bleach solution, I then rinse them well with water and after allowing them to dry, they are as good as new. I would highly recommed these traps to anyone looking for a simple, humane solution to dealing with mice in your home.
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62 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Laura on September 16, 2008
This trap worked so well for us that it would have a new mouse in it typically within the hour of setting the empty box out. We frequently caught more than one mouse in it at a time. Kinda gross, but better than having them run all over the laundry room. I never had a problem with mice NOT entering the trap or escaping once they'd gotten in. I think our biggest problem was releasing them too close to our property. I suspect some may have been coming right back in. The best, though, was when my daughter ran upstairs one morning to tell us, "Mom, we caught another mouse...and she had babies IN the trap!" Yep, Mama mouse entered the cozy trap to deliver 6 pink, squirming baby mice. Better than behind my freezer....
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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By John Dimick on November 17, 2011
We live out in the country with pasture all around, so we get plenty of field mice that try to get into the house in the winter when temps drop below freezing. Some of them succeed.

This trap catches them fast. The trick is to smear a very thin film of peanut butter outside the door. I mean REALLY thin. Invisible. So there's not enough there for the mouse to actually eat. That fires up their little appetites and they can't resist going all the way in to get the little cracker with the peanut butter on it. Put the trap down on the floor with one side against the wall, which reduces the options for the mouse to simply go around it.

But here's the problem: there's very little ventilation when the door closes behind them. They pee and poop in the trap and it's a mess after an hour or so. Condensation forms on the walls and the mouse looks all wet and it's panting for oxygen and it's fairly horrible. God forbid you forget to check it for a whole day. That happened to me twice. I simply forgot to check the trap for a day. Both times, the mouse inside was in horrible shape. Better it should have died quickly in a snap trap. They barely managed to crawl out of the traps when I "released" them. (I actually just dumped them out. I don't even want to describe how bad they looked.)

I then tried the green "smart mouse house" traps (or whatever they're called). Much better! Plenty of ventilation, more room inside. The mouse doesn't have to stand in its own excretia all day if I forget to check the trap. Much better.

If you can check the cube traps every few hours, then I guess they're ok. But if not, it would be kinder to just use a snap trap -- although sometimes you can set a snap trap and it disappears and you wonder what happened. So I just stick with the green traps now.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By C. Cross on November 7, 2007
We live out in the country, and the mice are starting to come inside now to stay warm as the weather gets cooler outside. We were given some of these traps to use, and are so grateful to have them! In just the three days since we put these out, we have caught seven different mice, the last five of which were caught without even putting any bait in the traps! We just put the traps where we have seen the mice and they got caught while exploring.

We have a small child, so knew that we didn't want to put out poison, glue traps, or the spring-loaded traps, so these have provided us a very effective means for trapping mice while not putting our daughter in jeopardy.

The only concern about these is that it is hard to clean them out well after the mice leave droppings in them, but we are just rinsing them out well with the garden hose before bringing them back into the house, and then wiping down the outside surfaces with disinfectant wipes. Our daughter is constantly supervised, so that should do the trick for us, to prevent her from getting access to any germs the mice leave behind.

I would definitely recommend these traps to anybody with a mouse problem, especially to those with small children or pets who could be harmed by some of the more traditional methods of handling the problem. And the fact that these traps are no-kill is, of course, a good thing too; just be sure to take the mice far enough away from the house before releasing them! In fact, we have had such luck with these traps that we will be getting more as soon as we can! These things are great!
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