Sunday, April 4, 2010

Spring time is mouse trap time

Actually any time can be mouse trap time, but mice start moving around this time of year. If you see a few droppings, and one mouse, it means you have several at least. The ISS (It's So Simple) mouse trap set up over a 5 gallon or larger bucket in "an out of your way" area and baited with Jif crunchy or extra crunchy peanut butter will (most likely) eliminate your problem. Really stubborn mice find the above peanut butter mixed with bacon bits (either real or artificial flavor) irresistible.

Keep an ISS mouse trap set up all the time; check the bucket trap monthly and it will keep your environment basically mouse free.


mousebait said...

I want to know more about this. By the way great info given. I just want to know where to buy or can we make this at home? Or is it available online?

Marc said...

I'd like to know more as well.

We've tried those Ortho Home MAX Kill and Contain traps for a while and they never worked! Now I found online that they are under FTC investigation so I am looking for a new trap lol

Anonymous said...

You forgot Andrew Jackson’s Big Block of Cheese with nary a macaroni in sight.

Anonymous said...

Awesome post. Do you mind if I ask what your source is for this information?

Fred Sowerwine said...

I guess my source is general knowledge and personal experience as well as being the inventor of and the manufacturer of the ISS (It's So simple) mouse trap.

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Anonymous said...

When mice are plentiful as well as where unsanitary conditions occur
along with refuge, mice poison are definitely an effective resource too
use alonjg with trapping. Thhere are 3 types of micce
poison; acute toxins, calcium dischargers and anticoagulants.

The majority of acute poisons are no longer avilable because of thhe
possiility of unintentional poisoning. Vitamin D or
cholecalciferol iss a calcium discharger that creattes excessively much calcium
to be produced into the blood stream, leading in kidney, liver, or hearrt failure.The
perks of vitamin D are that it really wpes out anticoagulant-resistant mice and there is
no complication of secondary poisoning. Rodents poisoned
through anticoagulants die from bleeding internally. Due to the
fact that the impacts show up few days shortly after consuming
the poison, they do not couple their poisoning with
the bait.