Ultra Power All-Metal Selfset Mouse Traps - Twin Pack

Product Code: STV167
  • All-weather galvanised metal: long-lasting, hardwearing construction allows for indoor and outdoor use at any time of year.
  • High performance snap: ultra powerful snap ensures immediate catch and kill of rodents, guaranteed to kill rodents fast.
  • Value twinpack: provides extended coverage compared to single pack traps. Position where mouse activity is noted.
  • Easy to clean: metal surface is easy to wipe clean after disposal of captures allowing for re-use of the trap over and over again.
  • Simple to set mouse trap: trap simply requires baiting and is set in two quick actions.
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£6.99
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The Big Cheese Ultra Power range delivers high performance rodent control solutions that are proven effective – just like the professionals use. Choose from our 4 straight-forward methods of control:

  • Catch & Kill: Powerful snap traps and electronic traps with smart-circuit technology.
  • Bait & Kill: The only true single-feed rodent poison available on the amateur market.
  • Catch Alive: High quality traps with self-setting mechanisms and fast-action closures.
  • Repel: 24/7 protection from rodents. Poison-free and safe for use around children.

Ultra Power All-Metal Selfset Mouse Traps from The Big Cheese are engineered to deliver effective control of rodent pests indoors and out – just like the professionals use. Selfset traps have been trusted by generations of users. They are easy to set, suitable for use in any weather conditions, and they are guaranteed to kill mice, or your money back (see pack for details). They are wipe clean so once a catch has been disposed of, the trap can be re-baited and re-set. The galvanised steel construction ensures that the trap can be re-used time after time. For best results bait with The Big Cheese Mouse & Rat Attractant (STV163, sold separately) and place traps where mice are active. Heavy infestations may require more traps. Please read the instructions before use. Caution- these traps are powerful. Always locate them in protected areas. Keep them away from children, pets and non-target animals.

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All-weather Galvanised
Engineered to deliver effective control of rodent pests indoors and out. Selfset traps are made from durable all-weather galvanised steel and have been trusted by generations of users suitable for use in any weather conditions.
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Powerful
Ultra Power All-Metal Selfset Mouse Traps from The Big Cheese are a high performance trap – just like the traps the professionals use. Strong and powerful delivering an instant humane kill. CAUTION: THESE TRAPS ARE POWERFUL. Always locate them in protected areas. Keep them away from children, pets and non-target animals. It is an offence to locate the traps in areas which may endanger protected birds or animals.
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Directions for Use
For best results use several traps and set in pairs at 2–3 metre intervals along walls and runways, or where mice are active. Lift the fly over arm from the bait assembly and lay off the trap. Place bait firmly on the prongs. Locate the trap where mice activity has been seen, placing trap with bait facing towards the wall. Now simply pull back the striker wire to knock the fly over arm and return it to link with the baited assembly again. Release pressure on strike wire slowly. The trap is now set. Reusable Robust all-weather galvanised trap that is designed for repeat use. To increase catch rate, bait traps with The Big Cheese Fresh 'n Tasty Mouse and Rat Attractant (purchase separately).
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Trapping Tips
Block entry holes and target potential sources of rodent infestation such as garages and garden sheds. Remove other food sources from the treatment area. Store foodstuffs securely and practice good hygiene to avoid further infestations.
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Mice
Mice are a highly adaptive and invasive species and they’re able to populate a variety of ecosystems. Agricultural fields, buildings, and boats are all viable habitats. In more temperate climates there will be even more possible nest sites. Swimming, climbing, jumping proficiency, and the two incisors on their upper jaw, all make for a formidable predator wherever they reside. However, despite all of these amazing abilities, the house mouse chooses to reside, as its name would indicate, in a home. House mice (Mus Musculus Domesticus) are a highly adaptive member of the genus Mus (mouse), yet for some reason they choose to live in the least demanding environment, a human home. They are attracted by the continuous flow of food and warmth, ideal for nest sites. The offer of food and shelter is so tempting that many choose to stay and breed year-round.
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Diet
As one can imagine, the palate of a house mouse is highly adaptable since every habitat they migrate through will hold different opportunities for feeding. Outside dwellers will eat insects and a lot of grain, however, inside dwelling mice are practically omnivorous and, just like brown rats, will consume 10-15% of their body weight each day in just about anything we throw away. Most house mice will nibble on multiple different food sources to obtain their required nutrition, up to 20 times each night, since they’re nocturnal. A large proportion of a mouse’s 3g daily intake will be grain, namely cereal, favouring high-energy, man-made foods. Studies have proven that the levels of aggression in both rats and mice can be attributed to this high fat ‘human’ diet they have both been on for so long. These foods increase oestrogen levels and results in a shorter temper and longer periods of aggression.
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Evidence of Intrusion
3-6 mm long droppings, black and rod-shaped. Approximately 80 per day, often appearing in clusters. Spotted in various places including attics, storage boxes, floorboards, disused cupboards. Check around fridges, ovens, heating units and washing machines too. Check wood, paper, cables, carpet and furniture for marks. Dark grey marks on surfaces from oil on hair. Although they don’t sweat, they emit a musky odour and urinate a lot, producing an ammonia smell. Hearing pattering feet in walls at night could be a sign of a mouse or rat infestation. If your dog is barking at night at what seems to be nothing, it could be picking up the scent or sounds of rodents.
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What should I use to bait the trap?
The Mouse & Rat Attractant from The Big Cheese (STV163) can be used or a sticky substance such as peanut butter, jam, or chocolate spread. STV163 is a prune-based attractant specially designed by The Big Cheese to improve catch rates. It is poison-free and suitable for use around children and pets.

 

Where should I position the trap?
Place set traps in locations where rodent activity is known or suspected. Check for these signs of rodent activity. Ideal locations for traps are along walls or other flat vertical surfaces where rodents run. Always place the trap with the bait well or pedal facing the wall.

 

How should I dispose of the caught mouse?
Double bag the mouse and put it in the household general waste bin.

 

Can the traps be used outside?
Yes.

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