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Ortho 0320410 Home Defense Max Covered Glue Traps Ready-to-Use, 2-Pack

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  • The Ortho glue-covered trap comes ready-to-use
  • Convenient covered, no-touch design
  • Built-in grab tab makes for easy disposal
  • Non-Toxic; does not employ poison or springs
  • Comes with 2 mouse traps
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Ortho 0320410 Home Defense Max Covered Glue Traps Ready-to-Use, 2-Pack + Ortho 0320110 Home Defense Max Kill & Contain Mouse Trap,  Disposable 2-Pack
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 5.6 x 7.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001H1EPHK
  • Item model number: 320410
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,517 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Product Description

Protecting your home and family from invading mice just got easier. Ortho Home Defense MAX Covered Glue Trap is the simple, ready-to-use, and non-toxic way to catch mice. The exclusive covered design obstructs the mouse from your view while the convenient grab tab ensures you never have to touch a dead mouse again. Key features: Covered design obstructs your view of the dead rodent, Grab Tab ensures you never have to touch a dead mouse again, Great along baseboards. How it works: 1. Fold carton along each of the five dotted lines. 2. Remove protective paper from glue surface by grasping corner and pulling in one quick motion. 3. Tuck carton flap through slot so that glue surface is facing up. 4. Bend flap upwards to create grab tab. 5. Place trap along baseboard where you see or suspect mice activity. 6. Check trap frequently. 7. Use grab tab to dispose of entire trap. What's included: 2 Covered Glue Traps.

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Protecting your home and family from invading mice just got easier. Ortho Home Defense Max Covered Glue Traps are the simple, nontoxic way to kill mice. The covered design obstructs your view of the mouse once it's caught. Its convenient grab tab makes disposal clean and easy. The trap is nontoxic and does not use a spring-loaded force.

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Covered Glue Trap
At a Glance:

  • Simple and nontoxic way to kill rodents

  • Covered design obstructs view of mouse

  • Grab tab for clean and easy disposal

  • Consumer guarantee provides full refund if not satisfied
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Ortho Home Defense Max Covered Glue Trap

COVERED DESIGN
Ortho Home Defense Max Covered Glue Trap

EASY SETUP
Ortho Home Defense Max Covered Glue Trap

GRAB-TAB DISPOSAL
Simple Setup and Nontoxic

The Home Defense Max Covered Glue Trap has a simple cardboard design. Fold it together and remove the protective paper from the glue surface. There is no need to use bait.


Placement Throughout Your Home

This trap is nontoxic and for use anywhere in your home, as it does not employ poison or a spring-loaded force. Place in an area you've found mouse activity (like droppings, gnaw marks on food and property, or oily "rub" marks on baseboards and walls).


Covered, No-Touch Design

The covered design obstructs your view of the mouse. Once the mouse is caught you can use its grab tab to easily dispose of the trap.


Consumer Guarantee

If you are not satisfied with this product, mail in the original proof of purchase to receive a full refund of your purchase price.


What's in the Box

Two glue traps.


Customer Reviews

Cons: both mice were still alive when I removed the traps.
JackieVT
That was the problem - this trap, like all glue traps doesn't kill the rodent immediately and they may struggle.
Gengler
These traps are useful, however, for trapping crawling insects.
T.M. Reader

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Veil_Lord VINE VOICE on March 3, 2011
Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
If you've dealt much with mice, then you're familiar with the basic traps. You've got everything from the overly elaborate humane traps which often fail in my experience, to the cheap little $.50 traps which tend to smack your finger more often than the mouse. Personally, I prefer a well built classic trap where the metal bar comes down on the mouse's neck. Yes I know it sounds brutal, but with those traps the mouse is usually killed instantly...though when he isn't it's truly not a pretty sight.

If you're going to be putting down mouse traps on carpeting, you almost have to try glue traps like these. I don't think I need to explain why you might not want use classic traps on carpeting. We're adults here. I should mention that these traps aren't for all locations. You don't bait these traps, so they only work if you put it in an area where the mouse will walk through it.

While they are effective, if you're at all squeamish, then you'll want to avoid these traps. They're essentially just a folded sheet of paper with some very powerful glue on it. If the mouse is captured you're going to see it and you're going to see it struggle and make noise. In my experience you don't have to worry about the mouse escaping, but depending on your personality it may upset you more seeing it suffer that way. If you don't want to deal with that, then I'd suggest getting glue traps that are covered so you don't see the mouse struggle or just covered regular traps so the mouse dies but you don't have to look at it and there's no mess.

Now its time to say goodbye
to all our company.
M-I-C
See you in Hell
K-E-Y
Why? Because you're carrying disease and eating my walls
M-O-U-S-E.
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Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I live in an apartment complex, and if you ever have, you know there's always some kind of creepy-crawly lying around. Gives me the heebie jeebies! BUT - glue traps are most useful. I have never had a problem with mice, and so I don't use these for that, but I do cut out the bottom sticky portion and set them in the corners of my place. I am always finding a gross millipede or spider stuck to them. I know, disgusting right? Well, better stuck to this than in my bed! I do wish the glue area was bigger, but I'm sure for catching mice, it is the standard size. I don't think these have any "attractant" smell to them: some of these things usually smell like food to mice. But - I do like them and find them useful. I also noticed the paper backing on these is quite heavy duty, and has a waxy coating to it. I've never seen that before - but - since I cut them up and lay them flat, it makes no difference to me.
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By Javier on September 21, 2013
This product is absolutely terrible! Do NOT buy it, AT ALL. It WILL NOT catch mice at all. Glue traps are garbage and never catch the mice, but just scare them off. If you have to use a trap, use snap traps. DO NOT BUY GLUE TRAPS, THEY SUCK!!!!
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By ksm on February 27, 2012
These glue traps are highly effective. But, they are also deeply upsetting: I found a mouse still alive, his arm badly contorted and obviously broken, trembling with fear still very, very alive this morning. On the plus side, I am no longer roommates with a mouse.
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The mice and I have been having a tough ground war ever since the neighbors decided to re-do their mini-barn and several families of mice turned our house into their own personal refugee camp.

Anyway, we've used traditional traps, regular glue traps and these covered glue traps. We've killed lots and lots of mice but it took a LOOOOOOONG time for this covered trap to actually catch anything. It looks like it would work great (mice like tunnels) but it did not.
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By Kay on October 15, 2011
The mice plaguing the pantry were too clever for this trap. They ran right around it. Changed strategy and covered the pantry threshold in glue boards and caught our two that night. Mice problem fixed, but not thanks to these glue traps. Glue boards worked better for us.
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