Our snap traps are some of the strongest on the market; designed to deliver a swift humane strike every time. Our snap traps quality design means they’re easy to set within a matter of seconds, making them easy to set and reset without having to use fiddly safety catches and killing bars.
How Does it Work?
Our snap traps work by using pressure from the rodent standing on a pressure plate. The trap is set with a small amount of attractant in the bait cup in the center of a pressure plate. As the rodent reaches for the attractant they stand on a pressure plate that releases a strong, steel bar that strikes the animal. This all happens within a fraction of a second and makes sure the rodent is swiftly dispatched.
As rodents are prey animals, their instinct to run is incredibly high. Our traps are designed to be highly sensitive so that the target rodents don’t get a chance to escape. This is important because rodents that have had a narrow escape with a poor quality trap can be extremely difficult to catch the second time around.
Using traps means there’s no risk of suffering or secondary poisoning. Using a trap rather than rodenticide means only the target species are caught and no other animals or pets are harmed. Other methods of rodent control often harm non-target species and cause unnecessary suffering to the target species.
Our snap traps are built to the highest standard. Their high-grade plastic and steel construction completely outperforms traditional wooden traps, electric traps, glue boards, and repellents. This build quality means our traps last a lifetime. Remaining strong from the first to the last strike.
- Easy to set and reset
- Highly sensitive pressure plate
- Environmentally friendly
- Quality build
Where should I put my mouse snap trap?
The best place for a mouse snap trap is within a box. This creates an environment where the mouse will feel safe to feed and investigate the trap.
What attractant should I use on my snap trap?
You can use many things as an attractant, but mice prefer food with high sugar content.
How often should I replace the attractant on my snap trap?
The fresher your attractant is the more it will appeal to the mice. We recommend replacing any uneaten attractant every 1-2 weeks.
What should I do with a dead mouse?
To dispose of a dead mouse you can simply place it in the garden for it to be scavenged, or you can place it in your normal waste bin.