RAT MOUSE SNAKE GLUE BOARD PAPER 8" X 12"

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RAT GLUE BOARD PAPER 8" X 12"
 
RAT GLUE BOARD PAPER 8" X 12"

* NOTE * The Dog pictured is NOT stuck on the glue! He's only there to show the relative size of the board to a 20 lb dog!



PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Rat glueboards are used as a mechanical device to trap rats, mice, shrews, moles, chipmunks, flying squirrels, snakes, lizards and other small animals. They are placed in the pathways where rats are suspected to travel. When a rat walks on it, they get stuck and cannot escape. Each board is 8" x 12". They are large enough to catch the biggest rat. As you can see here in this picture, this is an 18 lb dog and the glueboard is plenty big to fit him!

WHERE TO USE IT: In and around businesses and homes away from pets and children. If a child or pet accidentally gets caught in the glue, use vegetable oil to get them off.

RATE OF APPLICATION: Depends on infestation. It is not uncommon to set out a board every 10-15 feet. If a rat escapes from one, you will need to use the live trap as the glueboard will no longer work.

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$7.50   (823316) single (5+ $6.00 each)
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$100.00   (823317) case of 24 glue boards
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November 29, 2016

steve hoshiwara @ 5:35 pm #

We have roof rats – they are now down in our air conditioning vents. We hired a company to catch and seal our house for $1000 but so far they haven't caught a single rat. We caught one that was cornered by our dogs and another in a trap we set out – they have set out 6 or 7 traps near the vents but they have just caught 3 birds. We do have bird feed in our backyard. What would you recommend – we could put some glue traps around the venting pipes, get a rat zapper, we've already put up a bunch of snap traps without success. Was going to try and bait without setting the trap but would like a cleaner solution as I have to get up and down off the roof to do this and I'm getting too old for that! Let me know what products would be the best to get rid of these pests – we don't want to do bait as they may die inside our vents and walls. Thanks much for your help – please take this request seriously as my dear wife who has had a stroke cannot sleep at night listening to the rats make noises in our walls. We do have a bunch of fruit trees in our backyard as well – maybe getting a feral cat?

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