Mouse Bait Stations

Mouse Bait Stations
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There are many things that can affect the poison or trap from becoming ineffective such as weather or build up. These types of factors can make baits or traps unattractive and they simply become products that will not aid in the control of your mice infestation. Also, there are potential hazards to leaving snap traps or rodenticides out in the open such as non-target animals becoming poisoned or caught in the traps. Mouse bait stations have been made to protect the environment while targeting the unwanted mice in areas like inside and outside the house, inside and outside commercial areas, around barns, agricultural fields, and etc.

Use the most powerful mouse control products without worrying about potential hazards, weather breakdown, and build up by protecting the baits and traps with mouse bait stations.

Importance of Mouse Bait Stations

Mouse bait stations are manufactured in a variety of sizes. Pest Mall has put together a list of mouse bait stations so that you can use whichever one best fits the type of area and infestation that has invaded your business or home. The mouse bait stations that are provided here are the same ones that professional pest control management companies are using to control mice infestations. Because they are easy to use, it is basically impractical to hire a person to place stations around the perimeter of your house or business. Mouse bait stations can fit all the necessary traps and poisons to target and ultimately eradicate your mice infestation. Whether it is a liquid bait poison, a solid block poison, or you simply want to protect your children or pets from snap traps, a bait station is able to be used in a multi-purpose way which will ensure that the mice in your structure is coming in contact with the lure. Most of the mouse bait stations that are provided here are tamper free in that they can be locked and opened only with the use of a key that is provided with every order. This protects your children and also curious pets and other non-target animals from opening them.

How to Effectively Use Mouse Bait Stations

Mouse bait stations can be used efficiently in both outdoor and indoor areas. However, particularly because mice will infest the inside of a structure, many people will understand that mouse bait stations will primarily be used inside a structure. Typically, bait that is either poison bait or non – poison bait will be placed inside the mouse bait station and each bait station is then placed in each corner of the main room or where the feces were left behind. Outside, mouse bait stations can be placed every ten feet apart.

One misunderstanding that a lot of people experience is that they believe mouse bait stations trap mice. Mouse bait stations are often times misused and people expect a certain result by using the stations as a trap. However, mouse bait stations are not traps, but they simply hold the mice baits and traps.

If there are inquiries on how to use the mouse bait stations or what baits best compliment the bait stations, please feel free to give us a call at 1-800-788-4142, chat with a live operator, or send us an e-mail.

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I am interested in buying tamperproof (need a key to open), mouse bait boxes that will be used outdoors. Please tell me which of your products is the best for this.
A.   Thank you for contacting us. The Protecta Rats Bait Station or the EZ Klean Rodent Bait Station are both effective.
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Q. HOW LONG CAN A BAIT STATION BE PLACED IN AN ATTIC. OUR ATTIC GET VERY HOT IN THE SUMMER.
A.   For mice in the house, it is recommended to use glue traps and snap traps. However, if you are using a mouse bait station, it is important that you use the correct bait. Mouse bait stations can be kept in the attic, even during hot weather, however, the bait or rodenticide inside the bait station must be replaced once every 2-4 months. Moreover, if you have pets that chase after the rodents, we do not advise using rodenticide as there is a secondary poison effect. Also, using rodenticide inside the house may higher the chances that they will die in the wall void area and cause the home to have an odor. If you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to contact us again.
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Q. I'm interested in using an outdoor bait station for mice who tend to come in during the colder months. My concern is that they may consume the poison enter the house anyway, die and decay in the walls somewhere.
A.   Although it is a possibility, usually, they do not behave in that way. In order to get their bodies to normal after ingesting the poison, they do look for a water source and usually will remain outside. However, they may enter the structure and it cannot be guaranteed that they will not enter the structure.
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