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Victor Easy Set Mouse Traps (Pack of 12)
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- The original wood based wire snap trap with large scented plastic trip pedal
- Clean and quick trapping
- Can be used around food, water, children, and pets
- Ideal for runaway trapping
- Swiss cheese pedal requires no baiting
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Victor Easy Set Mouse Traps (Pack of 12) Easy set mouse trap is non-poisonous and disposable. Comes with cheese pedal. This is a "Pre-Baited Mouse Trap". Made in the USA.
Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2022
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These traps are Classic. I set all 12 up. I have 1 or 2 or a damn family. Scurrying around in my cealing! Every night. They are known to even bite through insulation and wires! I had to finally figured this out. End it once and for all.
I used Grass Fed Organic cheese. Only the best for their last meal. Laying in bed as I write this.. Two snapped already and I heard a little squeek.. God rest your souls little pals. But I am taking back my home..
I won't update with a picture.. But I'm sure it's a horror scene. I'll check it tomorrow. In case there are more that want to join their family in mouse heaven.. Haha..
Word of advice. Slow and steady setting the traps. I had two snap on me and my finger hurt but I've felt worse. Use that bomb cheddah and give them the best last meal of their life. Be proud you took back your domain. Be careful setting them. Oh and the little metal hinge is held on by a staple. Just pull that right off! Pull the yellow piece up slightly but keep fingers on the side.
Made wonderful. Wood smells fresh. Overall. Great product.
I'll be buying another pack to assert my dominance as I'm unsure how many are living in the ceiling.
RIP little buddies.
I found this lifesaver of a review on Victor's website, (see below), which explained HOW TO EASILY SET THIS TRAP! I don't know why the old way of setting the traps did not work for me (I guess Victor changed the design a bit, from the last time I bought them?), but I managed to set all new traps on the first try, by using THIS METHOD from "Guy", who posted on Victor's website in December 2018:
"I, like many other reviewers here, was destroying my fingers as I tried in vain to set these traps. But then I read the review below, and set the four traps immediately without i. Victor needs to improve its instructions. *** Retraction of prior negative review By Froggy Two days ago I posted a very negative review titled “Impossible to set!” Somewhat sheepishly, I must now retract/revise my assessment of Victor’s Easy Set mouse trap. When I returned my “defective” traps to my retailer (TSC stores), I challenged the person at the customer service desk to “try” and set my traps. To my amazement, she did it easily. I watched her carefully and discovered “the secret”. The yellow bait pedal has a maximum angular movement of about 50º from it’s horizontal resting position. However when positioning it for insertion of the trigger bar, it should be held firmly at a much shallower angle (about 15º). Then slowly release thumb pressure on the kill bar. The trigger bar held its position in the insertion cavity, and I was able to fully release my thumbs “without incident”. The trap was set. I wonder if this might be at the heart of the difficulty others have experienced. My apologies to Victor. ***"
OLD AMAZON REVIEW: It gets the job done - effective even on NYC mice.
With construction going on nearby, we get mice - the gritty NYC mice, the kind that learned to avoid many types of traps. I tried different traps, but only Victor's worked.
First, I tried humane no-see enclosed round traps: nothing; the traps would snap at night, but no mice caught. Then I tried glue traps from Lowes: nothing; they gathered dust, with mice happily running and skipping nearby. Finally, I got Victor's traps - but by that time the mice disappeared from our building, with the help of an exterminator.
Just in case mice returned, I left 4 Victor's traps (in two pair sets) by the wall anyway. The traps just sat there, empty, for a few months. I didn't seem to have a mice problem anymore. Then one day, a neighbor told me that mice once again appeared in our building. Two days later - snap! - the old Victor traps caught two mice at once! Nice!
Then nothing again for a month or so (no droppings, no sightings). But then another mouse reappeared, I saw it. I set out additional traps immediately, where I saw it - and next morning I caught it!
As to the mechanics of catching mice: Add bait (smother a bit of peanut butter inside, so that the mice has to work to get it out, and add a flake of chocolate on top). Set traps along the wall or the place of mice sightings/droppings. Set traps in pairs, an inch apart; and a foot between the pair sets.
The first two mice, when mice reappeared in our building, were caught with the old Victor traps that were sitting out for a few months without any bait. (It's best to set traps in pairs, as mice will be caught when it tries to jump over the first trap of the set).
The last mouse was caught immediately, within 10 hours of seeing it - it was a single trap on top of my stove (YIKES! but that's where I saw the droppings), and I added a smidgeon of peanut butter and a flake of Trader Joe's dark chocolate bar with almonds, as a bait.
So, if your mice isn't caught by humane no-see or glue traps, or you're looking for an effective trap against the city mice, this particular type of old-fashioned snap trap does its job.
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Resulta que no era un ratón; sino 2!!!
Mi fáciles de instalar, buen material y el plástico tipo “queso” es la clave para atrapar ratones.