Ortho 0321110 Home Defense MAX Press 'N Set Mouse Trap, 2-Pack (Older Model)
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- The Ortho Home Defense Max Press 'N Set trap is more effective at catching mice than traditional wooden snap traps
- This trap is easy-to-use and offers a non-toxic alternative to taking care of rodent problems
- Built-in grab tab means you wont have to touch the mouse
- Secure catch design; perfect for garages, attics, basements, and sheds
- Comes with 2 mouse traps
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Ortho Home Defense MAX Press 'N Set Mouse Traps are Easy To Use - Just Press and Set. Set with one touch - it's the easy, convenient version of the traditional mouse snap trap. Key features: Over 2X more effective at catching mice than the leading wooden snap trap, Secure Catcha Design, 1-Touch Set, Grab Tab for Easy Disposal. How it works: 1. Bait trap by placing food (such as peanut butter or cheese) in the bait well. 2. Set trap by pressing the set bar. You will hear a click when set. 3. Place trap where you see mouse activity. Bait well should be placed perpendicular to the wall, with bait facing wall. 4. Use grab tab to dispose of trap. No need to touch dead mouse. What's included: 2 Press 'N Set Mouse Traps. Kill Mice, Guaranteed.
The Ortho Home Defense Max Press 'N Set Mouse Trap makes taking care of mice easy. The patent pending design is 2X more effective at catching mice than the leading wooden snap trap. It also provides an efficient and clean grab tab for easy disposal.
Easy to use--just bait, press, and set.
The Ortho Home Defense Max Press 'N Set Mouse Trap has a Secure Catch Design that makes it more effective at catching mice than the leading wooden snap trap.
Simple, Ready to Use, and Nontoxic
The Home Defense Press 'N Set Mouse Trap is a great nontoxic solution to take care of your mouse problem. Simply place cheese or peanut butter in the bait well and press the set-arm. The trap will click when set. Its grab tab makes disposal clean and easy.
Effective in High Mouse Activity Areas
The traps are most effective when placed 5 to 10 feet apart in areas where you have noticed high mouse activity. These areas may include near your stove, refrigerator, or pantry. Position each trap perpendicular to the wall, with their bait well facing the wall.
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 mouse traps.
SECURE CATCH DESIGN
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My husband is scared of the old wooden mouse traps, and I would have to "set" them for him. Then he would carry them to where they needed to go and hope that they did not 'go off' before getting them where they were needed. And it was also a mess trying to get bait to stick on that little piece of metal on one of those old wood traps.
With these traps the bait fits down into a bait well and is so easy to get in there. My husband can carry the trap to where he wants to put it and once in place, just push down on the back of it till it clicks and that is all there is to it. Ready to catch mice.
And boy do they catch mice!!! We live in a rural farming area and when autumn/winter comes on it is a nightmare of mice. When the farmers pick the crops and cold weather sets in, mice start coming into homes looking for shelter and food. It is very easy to become infested with mice if you do not have a way of catching them by the bunches. It is not at all unusual to catch a dozen mice per day!
The other two broke after setting them two times.
These are a piece of junk.
I then bought D-Con 00027 Ultra Set Covered Snap Mouse Trap. They work GREAT and are RE-USABLE.
They didn't fall apart after one use, or in my case, while setting it before having a chance to use it.
The only other trap that I love more than these is the one that I made for my garage. It involves a 5 gallon bucket, a metal coat hanger and a beer can. The Ortho is just as effective, if not more so, but I felt like some kind of evil genius building it and it makes for a good story.
Started researching other products and none really seemed to be what I needed. My local supermarket even sells the old wooden snap-traps, but I definitely didn't want that either. Then I came across the Ortho Press 'N Set here at Amazon. Looked to be what I wanted, the price was right, and if they didn't do the job, I'm not out much expense. I ordered two 2-packs (just in case) over the weekend and delivery was scheduled for Wednesday Feb 12. I already had purchased the bait... since I don't like nuts or peanut butter myself and I was not sharing my cheese, I knew from past experience that mice do like chocolate with their peanuts. So I bought a small bag of Snickers Minis (the little 1-inch cubes usually handed out on Halloween). The Ortho traps arrived on schedule, and having seen the mouse that evening dart behind the stove, I decided it was time to hunt. Baited two traps with a small piece of Snickers, making sure the peanuts were exposed to give off their scent. Put one on the counter next to the stove where the failed poison station had been, and one on the floor opposite the stove. Turned out the kitchen light and checked my watch - 9:15pm. At 11:45pm, just 2 1/2 hours later, I heard *SNAP* clatter-clatter (as a brief struggle apparently ensued), then silence. The trap on the floor had put the jaws on the rodent and was flipped on its side as the mouse tried (in vain) to get out. Broke out the rubber gloves, double-bagged him in wastepaper-basket garbage bags, and out he went in the trash. Gave the trap a hot water rinse, and it's ready to go again.
Weeks of hoping the poison might work, versus a trap that did the job just a couple of hours after I set them. Ortho got the job done in a hurry with a quick, clean kill. If Mickey or Minnie come in again, I know they won't be around for very long once I set these Ortho Press 'N Set traps... with a little help from a piece of a Snickers bar!