The Most Effective Sticky Fly Trap On The Market!

Works fantastic. Extremely sticky and keeps the bugs away. I would like to add to my review. These do work and are crazy sticky, however, please do note, they trap more than bugs. In the past week, they trapped a gecko which died and yesterday it trapped a small bird,which was alive, but lost most of its feathers to the stick and it took me about 15 minutes to get it off the strip and clean the sticky from the strip that stuck to it off. As an animal lover, I had to remove these from my garden and won’t be using them anymore.

  • Great for capturing White Flies, Aphids, Fungus Gnats, Leaf Miners & Thrips.
  • Great for Flower and Vegetables, Houseplant and greenhouse.
  • ECO friendly material, Dual sticky trap,Easy to peel and easy to use 🙂

sticky-traps-for-flies-3Great great product. Large sheets that are easy to slice through and very sticky.

I have had an awful time dealing with fungus gnats in my houseplants. I haven’t quite managed to solve the issue yet but these bright yellow stick traps are just the ticket for catching the gnats. I take one sheet, cut them up into small rectangles and place them inside and around the plants near the soil line. The great thing is that I can peel one side, let it do its business and a few days later I will peel the other side. It’s a bit gross to peel the second side with bugs on it so you can slap a piece of paper over it to pick it up and sandwich the bugs.

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Super Mouse Glue Traps

Mouse Glue Traps
Mouse Glue Traps

Be careful when placing this trap. The glue is very sticky and sticks easilly to almost anything. If you mistakenly touch the sticky part when placing this, you’ll have a struggle getting the glue off your fingers. It’s mouse/rat trapping ability in undeniable though. I have had it catch up to two mouse in a night and have eliminated a whole nest of mice from a room in the house. The only draw back is it can be used only once. don’t try to remove the mouse and re-use. It will be a messy deal. it also sticks to ants, spiders and other bugs, so it tends to start looking a bit messy when out for a while even if it has caught no mice.

  • Excellent for capturing rats, mice and other household pests
  • Eugenol enhances stickiness
  • Non-toxic formula
  • May also be used for cockroaches, scorpions, spiders and most other pests
  • Ready to use

I am embarrassed to admit that I have mice in my house. I have no idea how they are getting in but these Tomcat Super Hold Glue Traps have been a lifesaver. The first day I set out two of the traps under a chair where I noticed mouse droppings. I put little pieces of peanuts in the middle of each trap. The next morning there were two dead mice on each of the traps. I disposed of the traps and set out two more. This time one of the the traps had moved halfway across my living room with a struggling, terrified mouse halfway stuck to it. I freaked out and called my neighbor. He came and put the mouse out of his misery (and me out of mine.) Meanwhile, the other trap was untouched so I believed my mouse infestation had been taken care of. Wrong. Two days later I found another dead mouse in the trap that had moved locations. I think the poor mouse dragged the trap across the room and then died from exhaustion. So far I have eliminated 6 mice from my house and I had to go out and purchase more Tomcat Glue Traps. So far there have been no more mice but I am keeping the glue traps loaded with peanuts just in case they decide to return. I have a little dog so I was afraid to use traditional mouse traps because I didn’t want the dog to get hurt. She hasn’t been interested in the glue traps at all, but to be on the safe side I slid them under a chair where the dog can’t reach. These glue traps have saved my sanity. I was completely unnerved about the thought of having mice in my home, but thanks to Tomcat my problem seems to have been solved.

These are very effective and the nice thing is that a lot of times you will catch 2 mice on one trap. I think once one is caught, others come to help it and get stuck as well.

The tricky part is sometimes one will only be half stuck on – as in, only the front legs or back legs and they try to scurry off with the trap attached to them.

All in all, I have had the best success using glue traps for the past 10 years or so. We tried using bait and poison for a few months and quickly learned that was a bad idea because you don’t know where the mice are crawling off to die at and when you start smelling rotted mice in your house, it is not a nice experience!

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How to Save a Live Mouse from a Sticky Glue Trap

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If you’ve come across a live mouse stuck to a sticky trap, you’ll discover quickly that these things are not designed to let go of the mouse. If you’re wanting to remove the mouse and release it into the wild without injuring it, you’ll need to find a kind way of loosening the mouse. Fortunately there are some good ways of doing this.

Don’t ever try to just pull the mouse off the trap without using one of the release methods. The glue on some of these traps can actually pull off hair and sometimes skin. It is easy to de-glove a mouse or rat tail with the trap glue.

Step 1: Place the mouse on the trap inside a plastic container

Place the entire trap, mouse, bait and all, in a clear plastic container that has surface dimensions a little greater than the sticky trap and that is at least 4 inches (10.2 cm) deep.

Wear rubber gloves if possible and keep your hands away from the mouse. Though mice are little and cute, they do have very sharp teeth and mice can carry disease and the bites hurt. A mouse can do some serious damage with its teeth, so even if you are using gloves, take care not to give the frightened animal a chance to bite.

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Step 2: Pour a little vegetable oil over the mouse

Coat it very lightly, as well as coating the surrounding area of the trap. Use just enough oil, maybe a spoonful or two at most. Any sort of cooking oil works, but vegetable oil works best and tends to be the least expensive. The oil negates the sticky glue surface.

  • Never use any other kind of oil. In particular, do not use petroleum-based, synthetic or lubricating oils as these will kill the mouse.
  • Ensure that the mouse’s mouth and nose are not submerged in or covered by oil.
  • Cooking spray is a good alternative to vegetable oil. You can concentrate the spray only on the parts that are stuck without coating any unnecessary areas. Also, aiming the spray at those areas and soaking them causes an almost immediate release of the mouse without wearing it out and causing it to be further injured.

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Step 3: Place the lid on the plastic container and lock it down

Wait and watch. The mouse should be able to work its way free of the trap in a few minutes. This can happen almost instantly if the critter is not stuck very well, so make sure you put the lid on as quickly as possible. If the mouse comes unstuck with the lid off, it will almost instantly hop out of the container and once again be free in your building.

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Step 4: Rarely, the mouse will need a little help

If it has been stuck on the paper for a prolonged period of time, it can become weak and dehydrated. Also, the plastic tray version of the sticky traps can be very sticky, and the mouse may have trouble getting out, especially if its back legs are stuck together or its tail is submerged in the glue.

  • If this happens, use padded cloth, like an old potholder, to help get the mouse almost free. The cloth should be thick enough that you can’t get bitten through it but flexible enough that you can grasp the rodent with it.
  • When you have the animal mostly free, put the trap in the container and put the lid on and let the mouse do the rest of the work. This can take a few minutes.
  • Check to make sure no glue is covering the mouse’s nose. If there is any there, use a cloth to gently wipe it away. There should not be enough glue on the paper traps for this to be an issue, but could be a problem with the deeper plastic trays.

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Step 5: Watch through the container to make sure the mouse is free

It should be able to move around, without its legs or tail stuck together. Once it is up and walking around, it’s time to release it outside. Don’t feel too rushed; there is an hour or so of air in the container, but not much more, so plan to have the mouse free within that time. Also, if you leave the mouse in the container for a longer time, it will start trying to chew its way out and damage the container.

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Step 6: Take the mouse to a suitable environment, preferably a large field or wooded area, at least a mile from your building and away from other buildings.

Some rodent species have a daily range of close to a mile, so get them at least that far away, unless you want them to return.

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Step 7: Set the container on the ground, preferably near some cover so the mouse can find a place to run to free of predators

Remove the top and take several steps back. The mouse should be able to hop out of the container. You may need to tip the container on its side a bit to encourage the mouse to leave.

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Step 8: Clean everything well

Dispose of the old trap and bait in a sealed garbage can outside; the bait and trap can still attract mice and insects, but are now just a food source. Though generally clean animals, mice can carry a variety of diseases that can pose a risk to people and other pets (especially pet rodents), so it is very important to wash and disinfect the container and anything else used to catch and release the mouse. Disinfect and clean the areas where the mouse was living.

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Step 9: Wash your hands very well

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Step 10: Repeat the process

Where there is one mouse, there are usually more. Leave a few traps out in the same area for a couple of weeks. Keep repeating the process until you have not caught a mouse for a month. Watch for signs of new infestations and place new traps as soon as possible — mice breed really, really, really fast + several litters, as many as seven to 10, in a year.

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Can the mouse trap be reused once the mouse is freed?

No, as most of the methods in this article suggest using water or oil to loosen the glue. Once that’s been done, the trap won’t be reusable.

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Cockroach Bait Trap – Security Environmental Protection, Reusable, Quickly Captured Cockroaches

Cockroach Trap — Security Environmental Protection, Reusable, Quickly Captured Cockroaches

Cockroach TrapCockroach trap is the latest research of the cockroach trap. Delicate appearance, mechanism design is clever, material thickness, the cockroach trap and firm, let the cockroaches have nowhere to go. Cockroach trap beauty and cheap items, reusable, use cockroach trap save money, also can let the bullying cockroach disappeared, use cockroach traps allows you to use at ease, with fun. cockroach trap is your best choice.

  • Cockroach bait trap house 10 sets in one box.
  • Trap large and small cockroaches all species, easy to use. Also for ants, spiders and other pests control.
  • ECO great for home with pregnant women, children, elder and pets, prevent roaches die at home and breed a lot of bacteria.
  • Place in corners of kitchen, bedroom, cupboard, sofa, cabinet, restaurant, office anywhere the roaches appear often.
  • Environmental protection, non-toxic, 3 months long last.

Cockroach catching manual:

1, First open safety helmet , and then open the upper lid, finally separate the middle layer and bottom layer.

2, Bait (cake, bread, cookies, sugar, sesame seeds, etc.) into the middle layer and bottom layer , and then the bottom layer , middle layer , upper lid, the safety cap is installed, and finally check whether the three aluminum doors have been closed

3, 3-5 days if no catch cockroaches, replace the bait and the local placement.

4, the cockroaches in water drowned, or exposure to the sun basked in ten minutes

Warm prompt:

1, such as catch one, two can not rush to deal with, cockroaches like to live in groups, the issue of signal, will trap more cockroaches.

2, cockroach trap is not placed in the activities of the ants, because it is afraid of ants.

3, before the cockroach unprocessed die, please don’t take them from the upper lid and safety helmet , prevent cockroaches to escape

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Best Roach Traps – Non-Toxic All Natural with Bait for Trapping Cockroach and Other Insects

No More Cockroaches TAGreat‘s Roach Trap is a non-toxic and odorless glue trap that uses a roach food attractant tablet to attract and capture different cockroaches, including Blattella germanica ( German Cockroach), Periplaneta americana (American cockroach), Blatta orientalis (Oriental cockroach), and others. Non-Poison Pest Control The roaches are attracted to the smell and food-like tablet which is placed on the center of the trap. The Lure tablet attracts the cockroaches and the long lasting glue will trap the cockroaches preventing them from escaping the trap. Its ok to add gel attractants but should not be needed. Easy to Use TAGreat’s Roach trap is easy to use. Just remove from the trap from the protective foil and fold into a house as instructed. Then place where you suspect roaches to be roaming.

Professional Cockroach Trap
Professional Cockroach Trap

These roach traps are very useful trapping roaches, however do not think that this will work alone. You must also send poison back to the brood mother. I think that this used in combination with diatomaceous earth is the best way to get rid of the roach problem. Of course, if you do not have an infestation and are simply dealing with the occasional roach or two a month, then just stick one of these in your pantry, or near an entry way. Don’t forget the garage door!

Pros:
Very sticky
Low cost
Comes with bait!

Cons:
The poisoned roaches get stuck, so they cannot go back to infest colony

Even though I did receive this product at discount in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion and review, I purchased the item because I needed it and reviewed it as objectively as possible, in terms of features, price, quality of materials, quality of design, as well as packaging and presentation. I rated it and reviewed it as accurately as I possibly could with all of the above things in mind, as I do with all of my product reviews. I myself read reviews of products before purchasing them and always try to get the best deal that I can, and I would never want my product review to mislead anyone else who might be doing the same buying research. If an item is bad, I will be up front and tell you. In this way, I am completely transparent with my reviews and will stand by them. By taking the time to mindfully test the product thoroughly, and by being completely honest in my reviews, you can count on them to lead you to good products and veer you away from bad ones. My family and friends are always asking me for advice on their buying decisions, and I always love to give my input. Thank you for reading my review!

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