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1.0

Does not work

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from Renovo, PA

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I thought this would be a very good alternative to the mouse trap that snaps.  the thought of removing a dead or semi dead mouse turns my stomach.  it was very easy to set up and seems like a simple design.  after a week of not catching a mouse I looked at the trap and their were mouse droppings inside and all my peanut butter bate was gone.  so apparently it just gave the mouse a treat.

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5.0

Get rid of mice humanely

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from Woodbridge, NJ

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I have to admit that my problem with mice was mild; we had a few come through the back door when we were moving things in at night rather than a hole somewhere that they could come in freely.  In any case, I was distraught by the unwanted visitors.  They scared the bejeezus out of me late at night and the droppings were downright disgusting.  I knew I had to get rid of them quick before they multiplied, and still I couldn't see myself killing them with the snap traps that my mother had used so long ago.  I was so pleased to find these live traps on the market.  I decided to give them a try.  I baited them with peanut butter and for the first few nights, nothing.  Then I read a review online that suggested puting a small amount of peanut butter at the mouth of the trap, to sort of entice them into it.  I tried that, and behold!  All four of my traps were filled the next day!  I put them into a box, drove to a wooded field about 5 miles from my home (a little excessive, I know, but I was paranoid!)  and I let them go.  Then, nothing!  I sifted a little flour around the hotspots to be on the safe side, and no tracks for a week.  Now, 3 months later, nothing. It feels so good to get the job done and no one got hurt!

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