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The Original Rolling Log Mouse Trap – Perfect Kill / No Kill Trap for Mice, Rats & Other Pests & Rodents – Humane, Non Poison – Caught 11 Mice in 1 Night!

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PROVEN TRAP: This is the Trap featured on YouTube by Shawn Woods, and it is the “only one” that caught the “11 mice in one night.” This mouse trap works and is perfect for getting rid of mice. (BUCKET NOT INCLUDED)
PROVEN TRAP: This is the Trap featured on YouTube by Shawn Woods, and it is the “only one” that caught the “11 mice in one night.” This mouse trap works and is perfect for getting rid of mice. (BUCKET NOT INCLUDED)
EFFECTIVE DESIGN: This trap works because it is very light in weight; the rolling element is 2-4 oz. lighter than the average mouse. No need to reset the trap – the multi-catch design will keep going and going.
SIMPLE SETUP AND MANAGEMENT: attach the trap to a 5 gallon bucket and set up two ramps to the side of the bucket. This kill / no kill trap is reusable, sanitary, and easy to clean – the bucket only requires emptying every few days and can simply be dumped – no touch required.
SAFE, HUMANE AND NON-TOXIC: the bucket trap utilizes non-toxic bait such as peanut butter. It is non-poisonous, non-toxic, and does not use a spring-loaded mechanism, making it safe for pets and children. This design eliminates the danger of getting a finger or paw caught or snapped.
MADE IN THE USA: Designed and manufactured in the USA and sold by a US company. This is the real deal, not one of the Chinese copies. Satisfaction and great customer service guaranteed. (BUCKET NOT INCLUDED)

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This is the Original “Rolling Log Mouse Trap” (Patent Pending). It is Professionally manufactured and is Not a homemade version of the original. This is the Trap shown on YouTube by Shawn Woods, and it is the “only one” that caught the “11 mice in one night.” All of the other traps seen on the internet are copy’s of this trap using heavier material. This trap works because it is very light in weight; the rolling element is 2-4 oz. lighter than the average mouse. When the mouse either turns around or sits to eat, the mouse’s center of gravity extends over the circumference of the roller and the mouse’s feet exert torque onto the roller. This torque offsets the moment of inertia of the roller mouse system and the mouse falls. No other copied trap is this light!! The previous prototypes we tested 2 years ago used ball bearings and increased the weight of the rolling element which required the mouse to lean over the roller in order for the trap to work, thus decreasing the amount of “Mouser Falls” per night. This listing is for one rolling log mouse trap, bucket not included. Tired of setting and emptying mouse traps, or you can’t find the sticky traps when the mice run off with it. This works great, cleaned out my garage in one night. Take a regular five gallon bucket, cut two small slots on the top of the bucket, put about 4″ to 6″ of water in the bucket, put peanut butter on rolling log and a little vegetable oil or spray on the ends and place in the slots. Mice will try to walk across and fall in the water, then all you have to do is flush them, no more touching those nasty traps!!!

Specification: The Original Rolling Log Mouse Trap – Perfect Kill / No Kill Trap for Mice, Rats & Other Pests & Rodents – Humane, Non Poison – Caught 11 Mice in 1 Night!

Weight 4 lbs

10 reviews for The Original Rolling Log Mouse Trap – Perfect Kill / No Kill Trap for Mice, Rats & Other Pests & Rodents – Humane, Non Poison – Caught 11 Mice in 1 Night!

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  1. Ninhydrin

    The media could not be loaded. I caught one mouse but found out the other one was still running around and I thought I should make some modifications based on the mechanism of the rolling log and the behavior and the extraordinary sense of smell of the mouse. In order to take advantage of this rolling pin, I made some modifications to increase the rate of success. I hope these recommendations will help you improve yours 1. Remove one of the rubber gaskets at either ends. 2. Lubricate the log. Use a less viscous lubricant such as silicon lubricant or the oil you usually use for hinges and bikes. Since you want to account for the lightest possible weight of a mouse, it is best to minimize the resistance of the log. Petroleum jelly or other gel-like viscous grease, as what the manufacturer recommends, imparts some amount of resistance to the log from rolling. You could either remove the log from the pin or just spray the inside and roll the log to spread the lubricant. 3. cut out 2 round boards from a carton approximately between 2-1/2″ to 3″ in diameter and cut out a hole in the middle just enough so that the boards are robustly snug such that it provides grip onto the log when being rolled. 4. Position the round boards in the middle of the log, leaving a clearance about a quarter of an inch between them. Put a small amount of peanut butter between the boards. Small amount means the peanut butter does not touch the boards, does not drip, and does not cause imbalance on the log. 5. Replace the rubber gasket and insert the pin in the hole. Check if the log is rolling smoothly and that the peanut butter bait does not fly away. 6. Some people would put peanut butter along the way to lead the mouse to the main bait. This is a stupid idea. Mice have very sensitive sense of smell and they can detect the exact location of the bait. As I’ve said in #4, just put a small amount of peanut butter between the stopper boards, and the mice will find it. If you put peanut butter along the way, the mouse would be full by the time it is about to reach the bait and would hesitate to walk on the log sensing that it is unstable. Hunger and the overwhelming whiff of peanut butter will deprive the mouse of any reason to be logical or apprehension. 7. The 2 stopper boards will be to prevent the mice from getting into the bait on either side and they will be forced to climb up the board to get to the bait. The outermost part of the boards will cause the greatest moment to the log, which will cause the log to rotate even with the slightest force as if there were no resistance. The mouse would attempt to kick the board which will cause it to rotate faster, causing the mouse to lose ground and fall into the bucket. I suggest to the manufacturer that to increase catching rate, they include a part like a wheel about 2-1/2 to 3 inches in diameter, preferably made of plastic, to increase slippery, which could be sleeved in the middle of the log snugly and where peanut butter bait can be placed. The distance between the wheels should be small such that the mouse would be unable to get its head in. Please refer to the picture I attached and the improvised bait wheel.Read more

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  2. SaveNatalie

    My kitchen became infested with a little critter whose scraping was waking me up at night. I finally saw him coming home one night, a cute little guy sitting on my counter who disappeared like the Flash when he saw I was home. I had the log roller on order and set up within a day and a half in the kitchen. I went to bed at 11 pm and was awakened at 1 am by a water sloshing sound. There he was, in the bucket! And I was shocked to discover he was already #2 caught by the trap (#1 had expired and was floating). #2 was tall enough to stand on his tiptoes and keep his head out of the water so I had to add some water to the bucket to put the poor fella out of his misery. No more incidents and no more scraping that night, and two troublemakers are now peacefully buried in my backyard. I have since reloaded and placed the trap in my garage to cleanse that area. A few general tips from what I’ve found and seen: – This size is best for the smaller mice, not for huge 6 inch long rats or squirrels; there are other options for that size of animal. – I heartily recommend watching the Shawn Woods youtube video to catch tips and tricks for setup – I cut notches in the top of the bucket with a box cutter and laid the roller in the notches; it is much easier than trying to line up and drill holes in the bucket – Use the bucket handle mounting locations as a guide for aligning the roller on the center of the bucket – I kept the ramps in-line with the roller to make it easier for the critters to get onto the roller – Make sure the roller is spinning freely, and also make sure your bait is evenly distributed around the diameter in the middle of the roller. A large offset hunk of peanut butter may counterbalance the mouse’s weight and prevent the roller from spinning them off. – Generously lubricate the outer portions of the roller leading up to the bait. The instructions suggest petroleum jelly, I just used hand lotion. The little guys try to hang on when the log rotates on them so the more slippery the better. – I also placed some dish soap in the water to make it a little more slippery for them to grab on to the sides of the bucket to hang on or climb out. As I mentioned, imagine the size of the critter you are trying to catch and fill the bucket accordingly so they can’t stand up in the bucket. This needs to be balanced with their ability to climb or jump out of the bucket; you may need to find a taller bucket, but a regular 5 gal. contractor pail worked fine for me.Read more

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  3. Finding Answers

    It arrived in a timely manner. I followed the instructions given. The log rotated freely as it was supposed to do. However, after having it set up and using it for four days and nights, we have caught nothing with it. However, we caught 1 mouse in a traditional small snap trap and three mice in glue traps. We will keep hoping it works, but it has not—thus far, since there have definitely been mice present. For this reason, I do not recommend this item at this time. Sorry for having bad news to share, but you requested the review. If it starts working to catch mice, I will let you know. About a week later, we have still caught no mice with this rolling log bucket trap. We have caught three more mice on a glue tray; so, my opinion is that this was a total waste of money. I do not have money to waste, and I am very serious about cleanliness and getting rid of mice. Second update: it finally caught one mouse after almost a month of baiting and waiting; but, only one. Seven others have been caught with more traditional, far less expensive methods and devices.Read more

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  4. Coach Aaron & Dr. Gaedt-Smith

    Amazing! I’ve tried most of the traps available, at stores and online, and this one has worked the best. I rarely write reviews on here, unless I’m disappointed in a product but this one is great. I caught 13 mice the first night in my barn, no more mice in the barn right now. Also, I can catch the mice and release them away from home (However, it rained 6 inches the first night and killed them).Read more

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  5. Thomas Hughes

    I was expecting a ball bearing type action on the spinning but the item I received doesn’t spin freely. (Based on the Shawn Woods video they reference.) Still, I lubed the roller and set it up. In the morning, the bait was gone but no mice. The lack of spinning pretty much creates a feeding station.Read more

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  6. Seymour

    There are two problems with this t trap. The first is that it does not seem to work. I haven’t caught a single mouse even though they are all over the house. The second is that the “rolling log” is too short to fit across the diameter of the 5 gallon bucket. This meant that I had to do spend my valuable time trying to improvise so that the log could fit across the bucket diameter. I have had this set up for nearly two weeks and nothing has happened. This product definitely does not do what it says on the tin!Read more

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  7. Bhagat Singh

    I bought this item and I ended up catching nothing more than a dirty log and a bucket with holes in it. I was the only thjng attracted to this contraption and just kept running to see it every morning just to see the only thing inside it was a little bit off peanut butter that fell off the night before, sometimes in the shape of a mouse just to get my hopes up. I will use this log as a very expensive drum stick. Now I just need a drum kit to use it with.Read more

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  8. Derz

    It doesn’t work. Or I have supernatural mice. They just walk along it slowly and it doesn’t spin. All it’s done is give them an agility workout with a nice treat at the end. Wish I could give less than 1 star.Read more

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  9. Yddraigcoch101

    Works well. If your bucket is too,large just go off centre a bit. Nutella is good and watch YouTube for tips how to use itRead more

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  10. paul whitney

    Not worth the money. Its rubbish and Don’t even roll

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