Saturday, October 27, 2012

Past time to say more about the ISS mouse trap & how to get rid of a mouse population

I hate to be redundant and repeat myself post after post, but Google thinks more said is better so I will say more.  The ISS (It's So Simple) mouse trap is about as good as you can get for eliminating a mouse or rat population.  There are no moving parts, the bait lasts for quite a while as nothing usually gets to the bait, and you get good bang for your bucks.

Use a high aroma bait (your choices are almost endless because just about anything can be put in the ISS mouse trap's bait holder) and the ISS mouse trap most any where.  For lethal use, checking weekly or even monthly (or more) is adequate because all the urine, feces, carcass, etc. are contained in the bucket and submerged in the liquid (use more liquid if trap will be untended for long periods).  RV antifreeze which is potable, salt water, maybe even beer can be used in freezing environments.  I have never tried it, but I bet beer would be a good bait.  Can you think of a better thing to drown in (I've heard that lots of people drown their sorrows with a bucket of beer)?

Only the bucket traps using a liquid (and the ISS (It's So Simple) mouse trap is the best bucket trap) really contain and prevent the spread of Hantavirus.  Hantivirus spreads when things dry out and become airborne which they cannot do if submerged in a liquid.

Economy, effectiveness and ease of use make the ISS (It's So Simple) mouse trap the best choice when you have rodents to get rid of.  http://www.issmousetraps.com or http://www.4dotranch.com/MT/index.html

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When mices are plentiful and when unhealthful health conditions prevail along
wit shelter,poison baits are a powerful tool to use alongside traps.

Generally there are three types of mouse poison; acute toxins, calcium dischargers
and anticoagulants. The majority of acute poisons are no longer
available thanks too the chanc off accidental
poisoning. Vtamin D or cholecalciferol is a calcium releaser that creates
excessively much calcium to be discharged into the blood, leading in kidney,
liver, or heart failure.The advantages of vitmin d are that
it really wipes ouut anticoagulant-resistant mice and there is very little problem of
subsequent poisoning. Rodents poisooned through anticoagulants die through bleeding inside.
Due to the fact that thhe resuts show up few days shortly after consuming the mouse poison, they do not connect their poisoning to the mice poison.

Anonymous said...

The coffee can trap is another easy homemade mouse trap you could make in your home.
You can make it either no kill or a kill tfap by adding
water to the coffee can. Area an item of building and construction paper over an empty coffee can. Keep the paper iin place by securing a huge rubber band
around the rim.Cut an X shape in the top, quiting about 1inch from the edges of the can. Location the can on tthe floor, as well as placed a big level stick (like
a paint stirring stick) from the floor to the top of the container.
Protect with tape if required. Sprinkle food on the
stick and also on the top of the paper. The idea
right here is that little mousey sniffs out the food, climbs the stick, wanders
onto the relatively level surface area, which then provides way, as well as he
drops in.