The Catchmaster MaxCatch Giant Glue Boards are the largest glue boards available, measuring 18.5" x 10.5". The boards contain Catchmaster's high-quality peanut butter scented glue that will easily capture mice, rats, insects and reptiles such as snakes and lizards. The Catchmaster MaxCatch can lie flat, or be folded up into a tent-like tunnel for use in dusty areas.
Rats, mice, insects, reptiles such as snakes and lizards.
For use in
Situations where poisons or snap traps are prohibited or discouraged, Residential, commercial, or industrial buildings, indoors in places not readily accessible to pets and children
Place near baseboards, corners, along walls, or in spaces where pests are likely to travel. Used either flat or folded into a covered trap
Vegetable oil will dissolve the glue if needed. Should be in places not readily accessible to pets and children.
18.5 in. Length x 10.5 in. Width
Material / Construction
Peanut butter scented glue, can lie flat or be folded up into a tent-like tunnel for use in dusty areas, designed to be able to hold several rodents at one time, may also be cut to fit into irregularly shaped or confined spaces where rodents, insects or reptiles need to be controlled
The Catchmaster MaxCatch Giant Glue Boards (MODEL - 24GRB) are the largest glue boards available, measuring 18.5" x 10.5" (127sq inches). The boards contain Catchmaster's high-quality peanut butter scented glue that will easily capture mice, rats, insects and reptiles such as snakes and lizards. The Catchmaster MaxCatch can lie flat, or be folded up into a tent-like tunnel for use in dusty areas. The MaxCatch is excellent for rodent cleanout of heavily infested areas as the board is designed to be able to hold several rodents at one time. This giant glue glue board may also be cut to fit into irregularly shaped or confined spaces where rodents, insects or reptiles need to be controlled.
Maxcatch Giant Glue Board measures:
18.5" x 10.5" or 127 sq inches
TIP: If accidental contact with glue surface occurs, the glue can be removed using regular vegetable oil.
I have not used it yet. I had some left from my last purchase. The smaller ones were great. I used a size a little smaller than this size about 3 years ago and they will hold a small snake. Would recommend it to someone. I usually put 2 out because once I had one down and the snake shed it's skin and got out. The next time it happened, it got caught in the 2nd trap.
pleased with glue boards......snakes under control
By Beth on 07/19/2011
I was having trouble with snakes at my house. they were in my garage and in my attic. i had recently re= poured my garage floor and i believe i chased the snakes into my attic. i placed the glue boards around and have captured a few snakes. the boards are large enough to capture snakes. would highly recommend these boards if you are having trouble with any knds of animals, snakes, etc. thumbs up to these DIY boards. would have spent much more on an exterminator. and also found out they use the glue boards too.
Had a garter snake in the shed, got some of these, caught him right away,went downstairs almost walked on a little 10 inch rattler that was sleeping, killed it, our basement is dirt crawl space with poured cement floor and walls.Grass is always kept short around the house but there he was.These work great for snakes, we leave these out for bugs to and when the board gets full we put out another 1. I have trouble with centipedes always had someone come spray until I found these people.Called them asked questions and they knew what i needed right away, within 5 days it was on my door step.I am going to keep these boards out year around,they are not flimsy very sturdy and have allot of glue on them.Thee work great.
Have used these traps for about three years. Spring time is snake time and I have caught over 40 snakes using these glue boards. The only thing that will get out of them is raccoons and opossums trying to eat the snake off of the boards. I have tried all the glue boards around, these by far are the best. I wish I had these when I was in the Army. Would also be great for camping. Keep the critters from getting in your tent. Not cheap, but work time after time.
They are great, except the glue is so string, that it takes forever and a real struggle to pull the paper off to set them up! The paper tears and the glue sticks to your sleevs and fingers! Otherwise, they are terrific! And, a lot cheaper than payng the exterminators to come and use almost the same traps.
Will the Catchmaster MaxCatch Giant Glue Boards 24GRB hold up in rain and other bad weather?
The Catchmaster MaxCatch Giant Glue Boards 24GRB will not hold up in rain and other bad weather because they are disposable cardboard. They should be placed near baseboards, corners, along walls, or in spaces where pests are likely to travel indoors or covered areas not exposed to the elements. Please let us know if we can help you find another product for what you are treating on the exterior of the structure. We can be reached at 866.581.7378 M-F 9-5PM EST.
I have snakes getting in my home. The exterminator suggested Catchmaster MaxCatch Giant Glue Boards 24GRB for the outdoors and indoors, but would they get destroyed in the rain since they are cardboard?
Can I use Catchmaster MaxCatch Giant Glue Boards 24GRB to put in my unfinished 3rd floor attic to catch a stray bat that comes inside?
The Catchmaster MaxCatch Giant Glue Boards 24GRB are designed to target rats, mice, insects, reptiles such as snakes and lizards. As stated in our Bat Pest Control article: Skip the traps. Use a bat repellent instead. Bat traps rarely work and are rarely used by professionals. See our bat repellent products for safe, easy, and humane ways to coerce bats out of attics, wall voids, or crawl spaces. It is also crucial that you locate the entrance point so that you can seal it up and prevent future infestation.