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Do you use any mouse traps to catch and kill any pesky rats in your house?

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I just saw a brand new design for an electric mouse trap product.

Old and outdated traditional mouse traps consists of just a small rectangular piece of wood with a spring attached to it on the top surface.

Cheese would be carefully placed on one side of the mouse trap as bait, in order to lure any unsuspecting mice or rats to go near the cheese and eat it.

Once any mouse or rat were to fall for the cheese bait and approach the mouse trap to get a bite of it, the weight of the mouse or rat would be heavy enough to activate the preset spring attachment to flip over and pin/ crush the mouse or rat that walked directly into the mouse trap itself.

Any mouse or rat that was effectively captured inside the mouse trap would later be disposed of into the garbage bin.

The old and outdated conventional mouse traps were very simplistic in their design and applications, but it worked well in serving its purpose of catching any stray mouse or rat that happened to walk into its intended path.

The brand new electric mouse traps have much better designs and killing features than its former predecessors, as they are better able to confine and eradicate any mouse or rat that walks into its hollow chambers blindly without having a clue that they are walking straight to their graves by being electrocuted with a very high voltage of electricity as the mouse trap's primary killing tool.


Just do it - Nike.

asked Jan 6 in Technology by Ronnio (241,360 points)

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One of our friends owns a local exterminator company, so he threw a bunch of traps around - where the dog can't get them, obviously.


Look in the mirror...that's your competition.

answered Jan 6 by lavender (2,757,560 points)
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Haven't seen those Ronnie. Could have used them last week..  Have found mice outsmarted near every traditional trap I set for them with cheese,  Glue traps only trapped 2.  Soon I had a family and was going nuts.  Got poison bait and killed them off. Had to be done, The smell was really bad for a while.  But I had no choice. 

answered Jan 6 by Cinders717 (3,656,770 points)
You might want to and be very interested in checking out the brand new electric mouse traps being created and developed at the moment.

They are available for sale on Amazon right now.

https://www.amazon.com/Hoont-Robust-Electronic-Rodent-Trap/dp/B01M7V7KEG/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1483723599&sr=8-3&keywords=electronic+mouse+trap
Thanks Ronnie, looks really good. Can't afford it at the moment as my refridgerator died and have to replace it. But will save it to my wish list on Amazon. Thanks;)
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I use the snap type in the garage.  They only work about 25 percent of the time, but I have a lot of them and reset them when the weather is warmer.  Lol, no one should die when it is below freezing in the cold and dark, alone.

answered Jan 6 by Welloone (750,650 points)
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