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Glue traps probably have the lowest success rate of any trap. Adult nice often avoid them or get off of them. Plus they're very inhuman.
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These traps are fn sweet.

I had mice that were drawn in by my bird seed. Put these traps down (4 of them) had 8 kills in 3 nights. That was the end of the mice.

Literally the easiest thing I've had to do as a homeowner, cannot recommend these enough.
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I cant argue if they're the only thing that works for you, but I think they are probably the worst option ethically speaking. I've literally had nightmares after finding a struggling mouse screaming, stuck to one when i was younger. I'd prefer if I'm going to kill mice rather than relocating them, that they at least get a quick death instead of dying of terror hours or days after being caught. But that's me.
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These are excellent reusable traps if you are willing to deal with releasing a dead mouse. Probably the best low cost reusable traps you can get.
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The glue trap is the bomb. When all others failed, it worked
Glue traps probably have the lowest success rate of any trap. Adult nice often avoid them or get off of them. Plus they're very inhuman.
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These traps are fn sweet.

I had mice that were drawn in by my bird seed. Put these traps down (4 of them) had 8 kills in 3 nights. That was the end of the mice.

Literally the easiest thing I've had to do as a homeowner, cannot recommend these enough.
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Glue traps probably have the lowest success rate of any trap. Adult nice often avoid them or get off of them. Plus they're very inhuman.
These traps are superheroes? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inhumans
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Glue traps probably have the lowest success rate of any trap. Adult nice often avoid them or get off of them. Plus they're very inhuman.
Yeah they chew their limbs off to get out...
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These things are the best for the price. I lived in an area with many animals like goats and horses and mice and rats we're everywhere thanks to all the food left outside. Some of them will sneak into my home but after trying many traps these are the best. Just put peanut butter at the end and the mice will get snapped instantly. They're reusable but some broke after a few times.
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The glue trap is the bomb. When all others failed, it worked

I agree, the glue traps with some peanuts or peanut butter in the middle beats all of these.
I have had very good success with these
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007E83LUM/ and
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B012RGO4ZG/
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These work great. I have three of them out in the garage right now waiting for the little squeekmaster generals to be in the mood for some peanut butter.
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Glue traps? Larger rats will just struggle free, often wounding themselves in the process. Then they go hide in your rafters or basement and die. That's a blast.

I don't want any rats in my house, but if I do, they have to be instantly dead or perfectly healthy with a surprise death around the corner.

These are definitely excellent, and at this price they're almost as cheap as snap traps if you just want to throw them away.
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I have had success with glue traps too. Not every rat is 'large'. They come in all sizes.
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