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|Active Ingredient(s)||Dimensions: 10 in. Length x 4.75 in. Width|
|Product Uses||Food plants, kitchens, restaurants, food processing plants, hospitals, residences, zoos and other sensitive areas where the use of poison is prohibited or discouraged.|
These rat glue boards have a heavy-duty adhesive that holds a rodent in place with the slightest contact. Once it traps a mouse or a rat, the glue won't let it go no matter how much it struggles. In fact, the rodent will become more trapped as the rest of its body touches the glue board.
Use Trapper rat glue board traps in areas where mice and rats have invaded interior spaces or where it's prohibited to use rodenticides. Place a trap every 8 to 12 feet to capture mice and every 15 to 30 feet to catch rats where they travel. They work to trap mice in home kitchens and commercial restaurants, including food-processing plants and cafes. It's best to set the glue boards along baseboards and in corners to trap mice and rats as they scurry indoors.
Trapper rat glue board traps are useful for capturing mice and rats. The glue boards may also capture nontarget pests such as roaches when they're placed in areas where insects travel. Though the glue is effective at trapping small pest insects, it's made to eliminate rodents from buildings.
Mice and rats don't stand a chance against Trapper rat glue board traps. The glue holds the rodents in place with minimal contact, keeping them from infesting and contaminating living and working spaces. They work in tough outdoor conditions and provide a fool-proof method for catching mice and rats during times when using rodenticides isn't possible. For effective rodent control, set up a few Trapper rat glue board traps to eliminate the pests for good.
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.
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