Clean and safe kill and containment of a mouse and its parasites. Simply bait, set and dispose of the trap and its contents. No need to touch, see or clean up after a dead mouse ever again. 100% kill rate – no mouse escapes! 100% seal rate – no fleas, ticks or other disease carrying parasites escape! 100% hygienic – no fluid leaks out of the trap! read full product details »
The cleanest innovation in the history of rodent control, the Victor® Kill & Seal™ Mouse Trap is the world's first hygienic mouse trap. Mice carry harmful parasites such as fleas and ticks which may carry Lyme disease. When a mouse dies, these parasites look for a new host such as another mouse, your pets, your kids or you!
Traditional mouse traps kill the mouse but do not contain parasites and bodily fluids. The Victor® Kill & Seal™ mouse trap kills the mouse quickly and humanely while sealing in the disease-carrying parasites, urine, feces and blood.
Ideal for Use Around Kids and Pets
The Victor® Kill & Seal™ mouse trap can be used anywhere in the home and is safe for use around kids and pets. It is the Clean & Safe way to rid your home of mice while protecting your family from nasty parasites and dangerous bodily fluids. TheVictor® Kill & Seal™ hygienic mouse trap is the first of its kind.
No-Touch No-See No-Cleanup Design
The Victor® Kill & Seal™ mouse trap is incredibly easy to use. Unscrew the bait sealing hatch, place a little bit of peanut butter inside the hatch and then screw the hatch back into the trap. Push the red trap handle down to open the patented red fluid-tight door and set the internal kill bar. Place the trap next to a wall with the red door closest to the wall. For best results, place multiple traps at 2 to 3 foot intervals along walls in different areas of the home where rodents travel.
When a mouse and its disease-carrying parasites are caught, the red trap handle will move to the upward position and the red fluid-tight door will seal shut. Simply throw away the one-time use disposable trap. Do not push the red trap handle back down as parasites may then escape when the door opens. By stopping parasites from spreading disease, you will give your family the kind of protection they deserve.
100% Kill Rate and 100% Seal Rate
The Victor® Kill & Seal™ mouse trap is the world’s first 100% hygienic mouse trap. No mouse will escape, no parasites will escape and no fluids will leak from the trap. With the Victor® Kill & Seal™, you will never need to touch, see or clean up after a dead mouse again!
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Victor® Kill & Seal Mouse Trap
World’s first hygienic mouse trap
Clean and safe for kids and pets
No-Touch No-See No-Cleanup design
100% kill rate – no mouse escapes
100% seal rate – no fleas, ticks or other disease-carrying parasites escape
100% hygienic – no fluid leaks out of trap
Easy to use – simply bait, set, and dispose
One-time use disposable – non-toxic
Easy to set trap handle – requires just 1 “click”
Powerful jaw and kill bar for instant kill
Easy to use bait sealing hatch – perfect for peanut butter
Hygienic dome and patented fluid-tight sealing door prevent parasitic escape and fluid leakage
The Victor® Kill & Seal™ Mouse Trap is extremely easy to set. Just turn the red lever on the side of the trap until you feel it engage. An instruction sheet and video are available that will give detailed step-by-step instructions on how to bait, set, place and dispose of the Victor® Kill & Seal™ Mouse Trap.
How do I bait the trap? / Where do I put the bait?
The Victor® Kill & Seal™ Mouse Trap is extremely easy to bait. Just turn and lift the bait hatch on the top of the trap, bait and replace. An instruction sheet and video are available that will give detailed step-by-step instructions on how to bait the Victor® Kill & Seal™ Mouse Trap.
Individuals in a rodent population search for different types of food. For mice, anything high in protein like peanut butter, chocolate or hazelnut spread is a great option. Also, nesting materials like dental floss, cotton or string are also a great option. Try to use whatever bait or nesting material the rodents are currently feeding on or using to build nests.