Multi-use PROTECTA Mouse is a mouse-size bait station, monitoring device and snap trap holder -- all 3 in 1. It features four prongs that hold four BLOX bait, indispensable for heavy mouse infestations. Or use it with non-toxic DETEX BLOX to monitor mouse activity. Once mouse activity is detected, replace the DETEX with Bell's BLOX baits or mouse snap traps.
To capture mice without poison or for mouse identification, place TRAPPER Mini-Rex on the studs on the bottom of PROTECTA Mouse. The studs position the Snap Trap in two locations to capture mice - from the side or front.
PROTECTA Mouse opens on the side, like a book, making it easy to service when the bait station is flush against a wall. Mouse entry holes line up with the wall. It locks when closed and unlocks with the PROTECTA 2-prong key.
To capture mice without poison or for mouse identification, place a Mini T Rex on the bottom of the PROTECTA Mouse Bait Station.
Dimensions: 6 in. Length x 5 1/2 in. Width x 2 1/2 in. Height
Contains: 1 key per order (Bait Not Included)
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Q: What is the best mouse bait to use in the Protecta Mouse Bait Station?
A: You will want to place your Protecta Mouse Bait Stations in the areas that you are seeing the mice activity. Look for droppings, next activity, gnawing or run marks. Mice are pretty curious and will be interested in the stations.
Q: How many Bloxs will the Protecta Mouse Bait Stations Hold at one time?
A: The Protecta Mouse Bait Station will hold 2 normal size rodent blox per station. The stations have a key and will lock to protect anyone or animal from getting inside. Contrac is a good option for bait for these stations, http://www.epestsolutions.com/contrac-rat-control-killer-bait.html
Q: Where should I put these stations in a garage to control my mouse issue? Would you also recommend using snap traps or glueboards?
A: You will want to place your Protecta Mouse Bait Stations in the areas that you are seeing the mice activity. Look for droppings, next activity, gnawing or run marks. Mice are pretty curious and will be interested in the stations. It depends on your infestation level, it never hurts to use a few glueboards and snap traps to take the population down very quickly. http://www.epestsolutions.com/trapper-snap-traps-mice-cs-24.html and http://www.epestsolutions.com/catchmaster-glueboards-cherry-scent.html are great solutions for your mouse problem.