The Victor® Quick Kill Mouse Trap is easy to use, highly effective, and provides an instant kill. The Quick Kill is set with one simple “click” and poses no risk to fingers. The trap was design with a covered bait trough, which can be baited with any of their favorite foods.
For maximum mouse control, traps can be placed along walls where mice run. Once the trap is triggered by a mouse lifting the bait cover, the power bar is immediately released and closes for quick, precision kill. When the rodent is trapped, a simple release mechanism opens the mouse trap to dispose of the rodent hygienically – ensuring clean removal without contact.
Quick Kill mouse traps are also equipped with a built-in safety catch and contain no poisons, so they are an ideal rodent control choice for households with children or pets. Constructed from durable plastic, each mouse trap can be reused multiple times.
Victor® Quick Kill Mouse Traps are the perfect for use anywhere in the home. These mouse traps should be placed where rodents travel, such as along walls at 2 to 3 foot intervals.
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Victor® Quick Kill Mouse Trap - Specifications
EASY-SET® design and easy release
Safe, no-touch design
Power bar provides quick, precision kill
Built-in power bar and safety catch
For clean and quick trapping
Reusable or disposable
Provides visible proof of rodent capture
Pedal end should be placed against wall for ideal trapping
The best one ive used. My sister had a problen with mice and old snap traps so I bought these. Caught every mouse!! Instead of eatint the bait off the trip pan and getting away, the mice need to to use their nose to lift a cover to the bait that realeases the bar. great!
"Totally Happy" April 18, 2012
I have used these mouse traps for a very long time. Easy to use, quick kill is correct. I have not had a mouse steel the penut butter without getting cought in the trap. Buying more today.
Q:How do I keep my pets away from the mouse/rat traps? A: Place the trap inside a small cardboard box that has enough height to allow the trap to snap. Cut a 3" x 3 opening on two opposite sides of the box. Place the box with a baited trap in a known rodent path.
Q:How many of mice are born at once? How do I know that
I've trapped them all? A: It’s practically impossible to tell when you've trapped them all. You should continue to trap as long as you see mice or notice signs of activity. The most apparent sign of an infestation is fresh droppings.
Q:What is the most common mistake in trapping? A: The true number of rodents present is underestimated. As a result, not enough traps are used. Although you have killed a few rodents, the remainder of the population continues to multiply.