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Mouse Traps, Mice Traps for House, Small Mice Trap Indoor Quick Effective Sanitary Safe Mousetrap Catcher for Family and Pet – 6 Pack

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Safe to use – No poison, no glue, no touch design, very safe to use and no more worrying of snapping fingers. Easy to clean odors and blood.
Easy to use and set – Just put a bait in the cup, and put it back to the mouse trap, keep the trap clamp open, you can place the mouse traps both outdoor and indoor use.
Efficient and high sensitivity – These mouse traps are more effective and safe compared to traditional wood or metal traps. Only 0.025 lbs of weight can trigger the trap. With powerful stainless steel spring, these traps are suitable to catch small mice.
Completely eliminate mouse – Using electronic ultrasonic equipment just let the mouse escape temporarily, they will no longer afraid and return after a period of time. With our best mouse trap, catch the mouse to avoid mice come again.
Friendly Customer Support – If you are not satisfied with our product, we will try our best to help you!

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► Mouse Traps Specification

Material: ABS Plastic and Stainless Steel
Size: 3.9 x 1.7x 2.0 in
Product weight: 40g/piece
Package Include: 6 * Mouse/Rat Trap

► Warning

1. Handle with absolute care and avoid pinching fingers.
2. Keep the trap out of reach of children and pets.
3. After setting the trap, never touch it with your hand.

If you want to release the trap, please use a stick or other tool. PLEASE DO NOT INJURE YOURSELF

Specification: Mouse Traps, Mice Traps for House, Small Mice Trap Indoor Quick Effective Sanitary Safe Mousetrap Catcher for Family and Pet – 6 Pack

Weight 0.4 lbs
Dimensions 3.9 × 1.7 × 2.7 in

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  1. Anne Gonzalez

    It worked! It took about three days, though, and I set all 6 traps in the area the mouse was hiding. I used peanut butter as bait, and had to learn to only put a tiny bit in there. Before I was using too much – the mouse was simply sticking its head in and eating the bait without touching the trigger plate. I was getting really frustrated. But after three days – I heard a loud SNAP, and I had a DEAD MOUSE!Read more

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  2. Eva Grinolds

    I like these traps. So did these two mice that got greedy. Caught two at the same time, mother mouse when are you going to make my day? Buy these, they are really neat. I use peanut butter in them. Super good product.Read more

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  3. Joe

    Very easy to bait and set. Fingers never in danger. We’ll see if the mice cooperate. Update: Now that I’ve had some experience with the traps, they work well. I removed the bait cups and filled them with peanut butter mixed with a little flour to make a stiffer mixture, put the cups back, and set the traps. Now every week or so, I find a trap sprung holding a dead mouse. I pick up the trap by the back end, take it outside, and dump the body with a squeeze, which resets the trap. I then put it back in the garage. So far I have not had to rebait. Now I need a similar trap about five times the size to deal with the chipmunks that find their way inside, and one about twenty times bigger to deal with a couple of destructive woodchucks that dine in my garden without paying their bill.Read more

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  4. Danyellarenae

    Ok, so these are the best traps I’ve ever used. It’s nice season in my city and I didn’t expect it but the first day I used them I caught 8 of them! I didn’t even know I had that many. Then the second day I got another 2! Mostly babies (there was a hole in my wall and I’m guessing some breeded in there) but these are amazing. Definitely recommend and the fact that they are reusable is the best part too. Best $16 I have spent lately. No more listening to them squeaking and running inside my walls! 5 stars for real! Worth it!Read more

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  5. Ditsy Mitzi

    So if you live in a house that is more than 50 yrs old then chances are that you will encounter a mouse sooner or later. I happen to live in a 3 family house going on 6 yrs and never had an issue. All of a sudden one night while watching tv I hear a strange noise coming from the kitchen. Now with old house you definitely hear lots of creaks and weird noises but this sound was like someone crinkling a potato chip bag. Every time I heard it from the living room and went to the kitchen it stopped. Happened a few times Saturday night then stopped. Fast forward to Sunday night and I hear it again. This time I’m determined to figure out where it’s coming from. I wasn’t even prepared. Not gonna lie. I stood standing like a ninja warrior for a few minutes until I hear it again. It’s coming from the countertop near the sink. Imagine my horror when I see a mouse floating in a discarded Starbucks Frappuccino cup which was half way full with melted ice and coffee. Don’t ask me how the tit mouse got into the small opening on top. All I know was that it was fighting to not drown. Being thoroughly grossed out I took the cup outside and threw it in a large dumpster of the apartment complex next door. I figured I had gotten my “mouse” so end of problem. Uh uh no way. Still hearing noises in the kitchen. The house is built weirdly and besides having an attic there is a cupboard in my kitchen with a huge space and a hole in the walls for the mice to get in. How to get rid of these pesky animals so I can sleep in peace. At this point the noises that they make are magnified when I go to bed because my bedroom is near the kitchen and the house is pretty quiet by then. Ugh no more peaceful nights. I knew I had to buy a mousetrap but which to buy? I thought about getting the glue traps but to be honest I know I am not “man” enough to deal with a live mouse so I decided on this one. I didn’t like the fact that it came in a plastic with no directions because I’m mechanically challenged but I looked at it and was able to figure out how to use on my own so hooray for me. I used a q tip and dabbed peanut butter and tested the trap with a knife and man it clamped down hard. Placed 3 traps in the areas where I saw tiny pellets and waited….. Actually within 3 hours of placing said trap I caught 2 mice. I still heard noises so I’m sure there are more but these traps work. Both mice got clamped on the neck so yeah they died. Although they don’t look as sturdy like the wooden mouse traps of the past, these suckers work. Definitely was a good buy and will buy again when needed. You can reuse them however I’m not cleaning them since they were relatively cleaned after I removed the mice (you only have to unclamp and it slides off). PS. Mice crawl in thru holes and pipes in the wall not because a home is dirty. Another reviewer stated that he must be dirty to have gotten a mouse in the house and that’s not true in most cases. These mice are really crafty and smart and survivors. You have to be if you live in today’s world, right. So yeah I feel bad they are killed but it’s them or me and I’m not ready to pick up a live mouse and don’t have a man to do that for me so I’ll use these.Read more

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  6. G Fox

    Who says you can’t build a better mousetrap? Not me after using these! I received them yesterday and wanted to wait to review until I saw some results. I was not disappointed. I live in the country and periodically have mice issues in the house from the nearby fields. I normally used the old faithful traps with success, but was tired of touching mouse goo to release the dead sucker, or having to buy new ones because I would just throw the whole trap away. With these traps, not an issue. You don’t see any mouse goo on the trap and never have to touch it by the unique design. The design is more like a Venus fly trap than the traditional traps. You see the mouse body, but no goo, and to release into the trash (or burn barrel in my case) it works like a clothes pin. Pinch the handles on the trap, and voila, mouse carcass gone without ever getting your fingers anywhere near it. GENIUS! it also contains removable bait cup, instead of the metal lever for food placement (my particular mice have a penchant for my dogs food, so I had resorted to super glue to attach the bait). No longer an issue, the bait cup is located in the middle of the trigger, so the mouse has to get on the trigger to access the food. Again, GENIUS! No more stolen bait without a dead mouse. The trap is set by pushing the handles and locking them into place, so no more snapped fingers trying to set the trap. The trap only snaps by weight on the trigger, so setting them in place with the trap going off is easier, and it’s made out of heavy plastic and WASHABLE (for those clean freaks out there)! The removable bait cup is also washable for those with mice that like messy food, such as peanut butter. The only issue I found was one of the 2 I caught didn’t immediately die (I was awake when the trap went off), but by the time I collected the trap and got just outside my door to the burn barrel, the poor mouse had expired. I have had that happen with traditional traps, and had to finish the job myself (YUCK!) or it happened while I was asleep and the little sucker got away with my entire trap! I’m sure he ended up dying, but where, who knows? Overall, they built a better mouse trap.Read more

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  7. Anne Gonzalez

    It worked! It took about three days, though, and I set all 6 traps in the area the mouse was hiding. I used peanut butter as bait, and had to learn to only put a tiny bit in there. Before I was using too much – the mouse was simply sticking its head in and eating the bait without touching the trigger plate. I was getting really frustrated. But after three days – I heard a loud SNAP, and I had a DEAD MOUSE!Read more

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  8. Eva Grinolds

    I like these traps. So did these two mice that got greedy. Caught two at the same time, mother mouse when are you going to make my day? Buy these, they are really neat. I use peanut butter in them. Super good product.Read more

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  9. Ditsy Mitzi

    So if you live in a house that is more than 50 yrs old then chances are that you will encounter a mouse sooner or later. I happen to live in a 3 family house going on 6 yrs and never had an issue. All of a sudden one night while watching tv I hear a strange noise coming from the kitchen. Now with old house you definitely hear lots of creaks and weird noises but this sound was like someone crinkling a potato chip bag. Every time I heard it from the living room and went to the kitchen it stopped. Happened a few times Saturday night then stopped. Fast forward to Sunday night and I hear it again. This time I’m determined to figure out where it’s coming from. I wasn’t even prepared. Not gonna lie. I stood standing like a ninja warrior for a few minutes until I hear it again. It’s coming from the countertop near the sink. Imagine my horror when I see a mouse floating in a discarded Starbucks Frappuccino cup which was half way full with melted ice and coffee. Don’t ask me how the tit mouse got into the small opening on top. All I know was that it was fighting to not drown. Being thoroughly grossed out I took the cup outside and threw it in a large dumpster of the apartment complex next door. I figured I had gotten my “mouse” so end of problem. Uh uh no way. Still hearing noises in the kitchen. The house is built weirdly and besides having an attic there is a cupboard in my kitchen with a huge space and a hole in the walls for the mice to get in. How to get rid of these pesky animals so I can sleep in peace. At this point the noises that they make are magnified when I go to bed because my bedroom is near the kitchen and the house is pretty quiet by then. Ugh no more peaceful nights. I knew I had to buy a mousetrap but which to buy? I thought about getting the glue traps but to be honest I know I am not “man” enough to deal with a live mouse so I decided on this one. I didn’t like the fact that it came in a plastic with no directions because I’m mechanically challenged but I looked at it and was able to figure out how to use on my own so hooray for me. I used a q tip and dabbed peanut butter and tested the trap with a knife and man it clamped down hard. Placed 3 traps in the areas where I saw tiny pellets and waited….. Actually within 3 hours of placing said trap I caught 2 mice. I still heard noises so I’m sure there are more but these traps work. Both mice got clamped on the neck so yeah they died. Although they don’t look as sturdy like the wooden mouse traps of the past, these suckers work. Definitely was a good buy and will buy again when needed. You can reuse them however I’m not cleaning them since they were relatively cleaned after I removed the mice (you only have to unclamp and it slides off). PS. Mice crawl in thru holes and pipes in the wall not because a home is dirty. Another reviewer stated that he must be dirty to have gotten a mouse in the house and that’s not true in most cases. These mice are really crafty and smart and survivors. You have to be if you live in today’s world, right. So yeah I feel bad they are killed but it’s them or me and I’m not ready to pick up a live mouse and don’t have a man to do that for me so I’ll use these.Read more

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  10. Danyellarenae

    Ok, so these are the best traps I’ve ever used. It’s nice season in my city and I didn’t expect it but the first day I used them I caught 8 of them! I didn’t even know I had that many. Then the second day I got another 2! Mostly babies (there was a hole in my wall and I’m guessing some breeded in there) but these are amazing. Definitely recommend and the fact that they are reusable is the best part too. Best $16 I have spent lately. No more listening to them squeaking and running inside my walls! 5 stars for real! Worth it!Read more

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  11. Joe

    Very easy to bait and set. Fingers never in danger. We’ll see if the mice cooperate. Update: Now that I’ve had some experience with the traps, they work well. I removed the bait cups and filled them with peanut butter mixed with a little flour to make a stiffer mixture, put the cups back, and set the traps. Now every week or so, I find a trap sprung holding a dead mouse. I pick up the trap by the back end, take it outside, and dump the body with a squeeze, which resets the trap. I then put it back in the garage. So far I have not had to rebait. Now I need a similar trap about five times the size to deal with the chipmunks that find their way inside, and one about twenty times bigger to deal with a couple of destructive woodchucks that dine in my garden without paying their bill.Read more

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  12. G Fox

    Who says you can’t build a better mousetrap? Not me after using these! I received them yesterday and wanted to wait to review until I saw some results. I was not disappointed. I live in the country and periodically have mice issues in the house from the nearby fields. I normally used the old faithful traps with success, but was tired of touching mouse goo to release the dead sucker, or having to buy new ones because I would just throw the whole trap away. With these traps, not an issue. You don’t see any mouse goo on the trap and never have to touch it by the unique design. The design is more like a Venus fly trap than the traditional traps. You see the mouse body, but no goo, and to release into the trash (or burn barrel in my case) it works like a clothes pin. Pinch the handles on the trap, and voila, mouse carcass gone without ever getting your fingers anywhere near it. GENIUS! it also contains removable bait cup, instead of the metal lever for food placement (my particular mice have a penchant for my dogs food, so I had resorted to super glue to attach the bait). No longer an issue, the bait cup is located in the middle of the trigger, so the mouse has to get on the trigger to access the food. Again, GENIUS! No more stolen bait without a dead mouse. The trap is set by pushing the handles and locking them into place, so no more snapped fingers trying to set the trap. The trap only snaps by weight on the trigger, so setting them in place with the trap going off is easier, and it’s made out of heavy plastic and WASHABLE (for those clean freaks out there)! The removable bait cup is also washable for those with mice that like messy food, such as peanut butter. The only issue I found was one of the 2 I caught didn’t immediately die (I was awake when the trap went off), but by the time I collected the trap and got just outside my door to the burn barrel, the poor mouse had expired. I have had that happen with traditional traps, and had to finish the job myself (YUCK!) or it happened while I was asleep and the little sucker got away with my entire trap! I’m sure he ended up dying, but where, who knows? Overall, they built a better mouse trap.Read more

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