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Wind-up repeating Mouse trap
The Trap-Man wind-up repeating mouse trap is easy to use, easy to clean, and safe for children, pets and the environment. The Trap-Man wind-up mouse trap uses no bait, lures or poison but relies on the curiosity of the mouse to enter the tunnel opening on ether side of The Trap-Man wind-up mouse trap where they are then caught. The Trap-Man wind-up mouse trap has been in use since 1924 effectively catching mice without bait, lures or poisons. The Trap Man wind-up mouse trap is not some new fangled device recently introduced
Ideally used in propagation houses / glass houses / green houses to prevent seeds from being eaten by mice, use in places that poisons are not allowed e.g. food preparation or storage, safe to use on organic farms
Here's how The Trap-Man wind-up mouse trap works. Using the handle wind your Trap-Man wind-up mouse trap six full turns. Do Not Overwind. One setting of six turns will allow your Trap-Man wind-up mouse trap to capture up to 15 mice
10"x6"x5" the wind up mouse trap, our windup mouse trap can catch up to fifteen mice, ideal for use were other food is still available to the mice, aviaries, chicken runs as this mouse trap requires no baiting If you are not sure whether its a mouse or a rat try our special offer mouse trap and rat trap pack
How to set your Trap-Man wind up mouse trap. Place your Trap-Man wind up mouse trap on the floor, approximately 1 1/2 inches (35 mm) away from the wall with the tunnel facing the wall. Mice run from one safety point to another, they'll run between the trap and the wall, stop, then be enticed into the comparative security of the tunnel. When the mouse reaches the center of the tunnel, it will trigger a paddle which will flip it into the holding compartment. The captured mice attract other mice and soon you will have trapped the whole family, without the use of bait or poison
To empty the trap simply side back the top lid and lift up the end plate.
N.B. Check the trap often and at least once per day, due to the mechanical action of the trap not all mice may not be caught live. If you do over wind the trap, slide back the top lid. Gently pull up on the weighted balance lever at the extreme rear of the trap. Repeat this procedure until the trap is fully unwound, then wind six full turns to reset the trap