Mini Rex Mouse Snap Trap
Just like it’s big brother the T-Rex Rat Snap Trap.
Clam shell style mouse snap trap.
This clam style mouse snap trap has a bait well that is removable for easy baiting. Just place peanut butter in the bait well and set your trap. Other baiting options might be bird seed or sardines.
Convenient to use if you do your own pest control and these traps are re-usable.
You may have to use two hands setting this trap, the same as you would with a Victor mouse snap trap. The Victor has a metal bar that you have to move into place and then connect the trigger bar to hold it in place while it is set into the slot of the trigger. The spring tension is heavy and if you are not careful you could break a finger it your fingers are in the path of the metal bar if you loose your grip. Don’t be misled, you could also break a finger if you aren’t careful setting the Mini-Rex Mouse Snap Trap. After replacing the bait well use two hands and squeeze the body and frame to the open position.
Place Mini-Rex mouse snap trap along wall runways and wait. The bait well end should be placed against the wall. Make sure baits are kept fresh.
If you have come in contact with a pet or other animal you should wash your hands prior handling traps or baits. Mice may shy away from a trap or bait that has the scent of a potential predator.
This is the preferred trap we use in our commercial and residential accounts. It has a removable bait well for adding bait. Just unscrew the bait well from the underside of the trap, add your bait and screw the bait well back in place. Set the trap and place the trap where you have been seeing mice and finding mouse dirt. Peanut butter is a great bait to attract mice. Since the peanut butter sits in the bait well, mice aren’t able to remove it without setting off the trap. There may be occasions when the peanut oil dries to a point that a mouse might be able to retrieve the bait without coming in contact with the trigger. Check your traps and refresh bait as may be needed.
Here’s a pre-baiting trick if you mice that may be avoiding your traps. Place a smudge of peanut butter on the back of the trap, but do not set the trap. Check your trap(s) each morning to see if the peanut butter has been licked off. Follow this process for several nights. After the third night place your bait in the bait well and set the trap.
I also recommend you place a dab of glue or super glue in the bait well and put bird seed in the glue. When the glue dries it holds the bait in place and forces the mouse to place pressure on the trigger.
These traps are reusable. Open trap and dispose of captured mouse.
The Mini Rex mouse snap trap can also be used to trap voles. We use bird seed or peanuts to attract and trap.
24 traps per case.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND PETS. MOUSE SNAP TRAPS MAY CAUSE PHYSICAL INJURY AND MAY BREAK FINGERS OR TOES. THESE MOUSE SNAP TRAPS WILL SNAP A #2 PENCIL IN HALF.