Live-Capture Mouse Traps

Seller: Gemplers Gemplers by EASY MOUSE TRAP EASY MOUSE TRAP

These reusable mouse traps are designed without dangerous springs to help avoid accidents and injuries. Use with the safety cone trap ( Item # 224071 ) , wastebasket traps ( Item #s 224072 and 224073 ) or as stand-alone traps. Bait with peanut butter on the removable end cap. Mice get in through the hinged door but can9;t get out. 7""L x 1-1/4""W x 1-1/4""H. USA made. Specify Qty./package from...


plastic bottle mouse trap (패트병 쥐덫)

Homemade rat trap * Can be made very easily * The material is simple * PET Bottle recycling * Trap animals My blog ; ...


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