Catchmaster Bulk Glue Can

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Catchmaster Bulk Glue Can

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5 out of 5 stars Rating: 5

3 Reviews | 5 Q&A

Product Overview

Catchmaster Bulk Glue is a glue that has a new and improved formula which makes the glue easy to spread, but it won't run at high temperatures or lose its effectiveness at low temperatures. The Glue is offered for those who want to make their own traps for when you need a specific shape and size that isn't commercially available. It works great on both rodents and insects, and is non-toxic, making it well suited for sensitive areas. Catchmaster Bulk Glue can be applied to cardboard, plastic, roofing shingles, and wood. Just place the glue 5 to 15 feet apart, depending on the size of what you are trying to catch, keep the glue boards in place for at least five days before removing it, since the pest may avoid it until it gets accustomed to it. Use putty or wire to secure the boards in place as to prevent the pest from moving the board around. The glue may be heated to make application easier. To remove the glue, use vegetable oil or baby oil, and it will come off.

Features and Specs

Target pests Mice, Rats and Crawling Insects
For use in Commercial & Residential Indoors & Outdoor
Application Place the Glue Board 5 to 15 feet apart, depending on the size of what you are trying to catch
Keep the Glue Boards in place for at least five days before removing it, since it may be avoided until they get accustomed to it
Use Putty or Wire to Secure the Boards in place as to prevent them from moving the board
Pet safe Yes, if used as directed on label
Shipping Weight 7.63 lbs
Manufacturer Catchmaster (Mfg. Number: BG-1-84)
UPC 029049008419

Details

Directions for Room Temperature Application:

  1. Wear gloves then dip both hand and scissors into soapy water to prevent glue from sticking.
  2. Pull out the desired amount of glue from container and use scissors to snip excess back into container.
  3. Place glue on plastic trays, foil, cardboard and other intended applications.
  4. Spread glue with putty knife or hands to fill trap area depth of 1/4" for rats and 1/8" for mices and insects.

Directions for Hot Application:

*USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN HANDLING HOT GLUE SUBSTANCE. SIMILAR BEHAVIOR TO HOT OIL. USE HEAT RESISTANCE GLOVES, PROTECTIVE EYEWARE AND FACE GUARD RECOMMENDED.

  1. Open container.
  2. Place container in oven or hot plate.
  3. Heat slowly, bringing temperature to 250 F.
  4. Stir glue occasionally for 1-2 hours.
  5. Do not exceed 2 hours, burning will occur.
  6. Remove container with heat resistant gloves and place on stable surface.
  7. Apply with putty knife.
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  • 5 of 5 Stars

    works great

    By Ramses on 02/26/2018

    great product if you want to do your own glue traps!! nice to have it again.

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    4 of 6 people found this review helpful

  • 5 of 5 Stars

    Very good product

    By Chris on 07/12/2020

    This glue is a monster. Please, follow the instructions on the can. I used shallow aluminum trays, put some glue and placed it in the oven at 200° F. I caught big rats.

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    1 of 1 people found this review helpful

  • 5 of 5 Stars

    Catching a rat

    By Barber on 11/20/2020

    The products works exactly as promised. Very difficult to use the first time but if you take care and follow the instructions you should have no problems. I strongly recommend disposable gloves and putting paper or cardboard beneath where you are working. I was able to eliminate a invasion of several rats in one night. No evidence in weeks of any survivors. Nothing else I use worked before. I still have half of the product for any future use. I will recommend this product to friends/family.

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Questions & Answers

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How do you apply the glue in the Catchmaster Bulk Glue Can?
A

The instructions for the different applications of Catchmaster Bulk Glue are as follows:

Directions for Room Temperature Application:

  1. Wear gloves then dip both hand and scissors into soapy water to prevent glue from sticking.
  2. Pull out the desired amount of glue from container and use scissors to snip excess back into container.
  3. Place glue on plastic trays, foil, cardboard and other intended applications.
  4. Spread glue with putty knife or hands to fill trap area depth of 1/4" for rats and 1/8" for mices and insects.

Directions for Hot Application:

*USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN HANDLING HOT GLUE SUBSTANCE. SIMILAR BEHAVIOR TO HOT OIL. USE HEAT RESISTANCE GLOVES, PROTECTIVE EYEWARE AND FACE GUARD RECOMMENDED.

  1. Open container.
  2. Place container in oven or hot plate.
  3. Heat slowly, bringing temperature to 250 F.
  4. Stir glue occasionally for 1-2 hours.
  5. Do not exceed 2 hours, burning will occur.
  6. Remove container with heat resistant gloves and place on stable surface.
  7. Apply with putty knife.

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Is the glue in the Catchmaster Bulk Glue Can effective outside, after a rain, or in the cold?
A

The Catchmaster Bulk Glue Can glue can be used in high or low temperatures. It can be used outside; however any dust or debris that is in the air has the potential to get caught on the surface, which can decrease the effectiveness of the glue.

 

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Is the glue in the Catchmaster Bulk Glue Can scented or non-scented?
A

No, the glue in the Catchmaster Bulk Glue Can is not scented. 

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Is this Catchmaster Bulk Glue Can softened, dissolved, or otherwise affected by denatured ethanol?

If it is soluble in EtOH, that could be used for temporarily thinning it or for adding attractants uniformly. Also for removing it from unwanted places or theoretically, accidental catches. FWIW, this area has a huge roof rat problem.

A

Catchmaster Bulk Glue can be removed with vegetable oil.  We are not sure if denatured ethanol would affect it.  We would recommend checking with the manufacturer directly.  Catchmaster can be reached at 800-458-7454.

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Is Catchmaster Bulk Glue good for use on fly ribbons?
A

Catchmaster Bulk Glue Can  should not be applied to fly ribbons with previous adhesive. Place glue on plastic trays, foil, cardboard and other intended applications.

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Catchmaster Bulk Glue Can 5 out of 5 stars Rating: 5 (3 Reviews / 5 Q&A)

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