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I tried: Peanut butter on a cracker.
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!
We caught eight mice in one week with that ONE trap, but have caught zero mice in three months with these four traps.
We did eventually manage to catch a mouse with this, but they weren't as attracted to it as other traps, and we also had a few instances where the mouse ate the food and got back... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Mackenzie Piggott
Works, I had mice in my supply closet at work. I put these down with homemade granola as bait. I caught two in one hour. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Alana Winner
Sadly, this trap simply did not work for me. I've tried it in 3 different situations for 3 different mouse problems. Read morePublished 4 days ago by J. Mirandi
As described by others, this trap works. We unknowingly had a water heater leaking, and as a result, started seeing mice in our kitchen (never had an issue before). Read morePublished 8 days ago by abielle76
These worked great for us to catch eight field mice in our basement. I wish they were easier to clean, the flap gets in the way when trying to clean it for reuse. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Benjamin Monroe
Just read the negative comments about the mice suffocating. Watch this video before making any judgment calls...