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Trapper T-Rex Snap Traps for Rat - 1 Trap
Trapper T-Rex Snap Traps for Rat - 1 Trap by Bell Labs
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rating_of_5_stars Written by Spiderman on Dec 13, 2013
The mest traps bar none

Okay, I've tried every rat trap on the market in past 20 + years owner / operator Pest Control Company, this trap is the best. Easy to set, able to adjust making trap more sensitive by carefully pushing down on trigger. Easy to use large zip ties bottom holes each end allow ties to properly secure traps in odd places. I can't tell you how many times we returned to a customers house using wooden traps M-9 with yellow plastic trigger and they tripped on themselves or finding out once set, it won't trigger. @ less than $4 trap buying min order, it is worth the additional cost. I've tried being patient with other poor quality options and honestly wooden traps cost $2 each, the extra couple bucks with 100% better resolves is worth it. "Always secure your traps with ties, screws or string". Our Company never uses poison / bait stations unless we know the crawl area has been properly seal, not allow rodents to access and die. Trying to locate a dead rodent is very difficult. About a 50% odds you'll find it. TRAP TRAP TRAP T-Rex are the best.

Trapper T-Rex Snap Traps for Rat - 1 Trap
Trapper T-Rex Snap Traps for Rat - 1 Trap by Bell Labs
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rating_of_5_stars Written by Spiderman on Jul 16, 2014
Best RAT TRAP

Owner operator of a Pest Control firm for 30+ yrs. Wood traps are 1/2 the price but are unreliable. On going quality control issues, allowing the rat to eat the bait without triggering the trap. Spend the few bucks more, purchase these traps and you won't be disappointed. Easy to set and you'll get results. Rats under your home, open the crawl access, traps have a hole in the back that allows you to secure the trap with wire or screw trap to a piece of wood so the rodent doesn't drag the trap away. Chunky peanut butter, chocolate mint candy and bird seed are common baits that rodent love. Place the bait in the back of the hole provided so that the rodent must reach to it, triggering the flap. If you want results, return no seeing traps accidentally triggered, purchase this product.

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I can only speak on the carpenter bee traps. We put out four this year (early April) when the carpenter bees came back. Last year we filled, treated and put fresh stain on wood soffits after season in November. We put out traps this year hoping to deter more holes and more bee infestation. The traps didn't work. We swatted them with a tennis racket, put the dead ones inside the bottle in hopes the phermone smell would attract other bees, it didn't. We took dead bees smash and wiped the four holes of each trap, still didn't work. Our last resort is to restain the wood again now before any get inside the wood. We hope the smell of the new stain will be a deterrent. At this point we have sprayed inside the old holes with Sevin Dust, put Seven Dust in the wood filler when filling the old holes last year and coated over with a clear stain. They are driving us crazy.

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