Catchmaster 48WRG Cold Temperature Glue Board Traps are non-toxic and 100% effective in temperatures as low as 0 degrees F. When using in cold winter conditions, there is no worry of the glue freezing or becoming hard.Â Perfect for unheated basements, garages and warehouses, walk-in refrigerators and winterized summer homes. Glue boards in 24 twin packs for a total of 48 boards per case. Pre-baited and ready to use.
Tips for Effective use:
1. Seperate traps from each other. For trapping rats, place boards 10-15 feet apart. For mice, place boards 8-10 feet apart.
2. Place lengthwise, directly against walls and in areas where rodents are observed.
3. If no rodents are trapped in 5-7 days, move the glue trap to a new location.
Catchmaster 48WRG Cold Temperature Glue Board Traps are non-toxic and 100% effective in temperatures as low as 0 degrees F. When using in cold winter conditions, there is no worry of the glue freezing or becoming hard. Perfect for unheated basements, garages and warehouses, walk-in refrigerators and winterized summer homes. Glue boards in 24 twin packs for a total of 48 boards per case. Pre-baited and ready to use.
Large Mice/Rats got into our garage and ate the Harness in our new car, $4000 in damages. We sanitized the garage, but rats still coming in. Tried live traps, No! Tried snap traps, No! Tried home made wheel traps that have rats fall into pail of water, either swim or drown. No! Finally had to go to Glue Traps, 1st night caught the two critters, we put trap and critter in bucket, quick and humane. Still have six traps out but no takers and no evidence of any critters in garage. We keep close watch but nothing, so grateful for these traps. ONLY thing that really worked well. Thanks!
My second review of this product . 2 years ago I bought just one pack of these and they worked great . I forgot I put one in a corner under my house and after about 4 weeks remembered that I did . It had 6 mice stuck in it ! I wouldn't think a mouse would get unto the same trap as his buddy but they did. Glad it was cold and they didn't start to decompose. The stickiness of these traps is great ! And they last a long time . It's extremely hard to rip off a dead mouse or rat to re-use the trap again but it can be done . Just have on some good gloves and be prepared to tear the critter in half spilling the guts every where. Anyways , I bought 8 packs of these this time around , so that should see me through a winter or two .
Bought a duel pack of these sticky traps to try to catch a pack rat but he was too smart to get on it . I have it baited with Propest Rat and Mouse Lure ( a drop in center ) as suggested . I have these placed in my crawl space where it's cold down there and have checked to make sure they are still sticky . Extremely sticky ! Had to use my other hand to pry off the trap off my finger tip ! If anything ever does step on this trap it's NOT going to get away . I had bought similar board traps from Home Dept but they seem to lose their stickiness after a few days , so I am happy with this product ..... Eventually I'll get something . ( got the pack rat in a live trap ) .
I have used these for years. For a crawl space that is not heated. The only problem is that they stick so well that the only way to get the guy off the trap is to rip him apart or just get a new one. I choose the latter
Will the Catchmaster 48WRG work best in an old house that gets cold?
I live in a brick house built in 1915. It is not cold yet just cool at night. In winter it gets very cold and I only heat room I am in. Will these cold traps work now too? It gets down to about 65 degrees outside, but I am using inside. Or, do I have to get the other glue boards for now and wait until winter for these to work...?