Finding a Better Mouse Trap
What type of mouse trap do you need?
Mice invade homes everywhere, carrying disease and damaging property in their search for food and shelter. A mouse can fit through the tiniest of openings to gain entrance into your house, making it difficult to keep the little rodents from entering your home. They chew through wood and plastic, gnawing holes in baseboards and cabinets in their quest for food. Mice will chew through the plastic insulation surrounding electrical wiring, creating unseen fire and safety hazards hidden inside the walls of your home.
Even if your house is very clean, your home can still attract mice. Our homes are warm and dry, providing mice with food and shelter and protection from predators. Cats may catch a few and keep their numbers in check, but our pet cats and dogs cannot completely stop mice from coming inside to seek refuge in the walls and behind the cabinets.
Mice are nocturnal and active mostly at night and though they are seldom seen during the day, their presence is often discovered by the droppings and damage they leave behind. Mice are also prolific breeders; where there is one or two mice, there are often many more.
Once a mouse and its friends moves into your home, the only cure is an aggressive trapping and removal system. There are several different methods for dealing with an invasion of mice, from deterrents and live traps for relocating the captured intruders elsewhere to poisoned baits and guillotine-like snap traps that send mice to their ever-after.
With several different removal methods and a wide variety of mouse traps available, the mouse removal method is a matter of your personal preference. Here are a few tips on choosing a mouse trap.
The Electronic Mouse Trap
The traditional wooden mouse snap trap is a very effective tool for trapping a mouse. While obviously lethal, mouse snap traps are inexpensive and arguably as humane for controlling mice as the other lethal methods such as using poisonous baits or glue traps.
The electric mouse trap uses a high-voltage shock to instantly kill mouse as long as it gets into the trap, but purely no pain to them, no chance of letting it get away
When you turn on the switch, you will see the indicator light and hear the beep sound, it means the trap is ready to catch mouse
The trap can be operated with four batteries or AC adapter(USA plug or EU plug), you can choose one that fits you most
Large capacity: The electronic rodent zapper can catch 15
mice, the larger capacity design is more convenient to use
Two entrances on the both side of the trap increase more catching chance
No blood and no need to touch the rodent. Just take out the storage box, it is just like a drawer, and throw the dead body into the trash can, then clean it with water
Special humane escape route design: If some mice are not killed by the electric shock and still alive, they may bite the trap and even bite each other, so for this reason, we make a hole on the storage box and inside the trap, there is also an escape door beside the entrance
No Escapes – Beveled Columns Keep Mouse In Place
Indicator light signals:
Power on: Solid green light and sound signal 2 ”beep” after successful start sequence the trap will enter armed mode
Armed: Red light blinks every two seconds
Kill: Solid red light followed by sound signal 2 ”beep”
Battery low: Green light every two seconds
Problem/full: Sound signal 4 ”beep” followed by alternating red and green lights