PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:      Round trap which features both a food lure and a pheromone based attractant. It's a flat trap which sits with a low profile ideal for cabinets and pantries. Pests enter by passing under the cap which is set above the center base and serves as a cover for the trap. This cover keeps out dust and contaminates. Once pests enter, they will forage up and into a sticky oil like goo which will keeps them contained.

WHERE TO USE IT:     Kitchens, pantries and any where active pests are noted.

TARGET PESTS:      This trap will work for Cabinet Beetles, Cigarette Beetles, Confused Flour Beetles, Drug Store Beetles, Flour Beetles, Foreign Grain Beetles, Grain Weevils, Khapra Beetles, Lesser Grain Borers, Maize Weevils, Merchant Grain Beetles, Rice Weevils, Saw Toothed Grain Beetles and Warehouse Beetles.

RATE OF APPLICATION:     Set one trap out each 100 sq/ft of surface area. Most kitchens will require 2 or more traps but they can be used in garages, bedrooms, pantries or anywhere pests are found.


$15.00   (826471) (6+ $12.50 each)
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$12.00   (826474) (3+ $10.00 each)(FREE STANDARD SHIPPING)
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December 3, 2015

Arnold @ 12:46 pm #


These will definitely work to catch Sawtooths. I placed 2 in my tiny kitchen (my whole apartment is a measly 640 sq ft so this was adequate) after realizing I had a serious problem. Within a month, the trap caught 15 Sawtooths. After 3 months I discarded them because it seemed the attractant had dried out since I found no more new "victims." I was hoping to catch other critters, but found it wasn't so. Perhaps the traps don't work as well in this aspect. Either that or I just do not have a problem with other insects which is likely since I don't see other insects around my house at all (I regularly use Phantom spray).

Just like U-Spray says, these traps are ideal for being placed out in the open. I have pets and these worked perfectly. Probably wouldn't be so well around children, since the traps do look like something a child would pick up considering the color and shape. The price is a little steep but if you have an infestation to the degree that Sawtooths are migrating to other rooms in the house, then it's definitely worth it; there's nothing quite so unnerving as seeing one of these nasty little beetles crawling on the arm of the couch.

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