CatchMaster Super Mouse Glue Boards (Peanut Butter) are non-toxic rodent traps that help you control the pest population on your property. The low profile product works best when placed directly onto a wall, directly in the rodent's path and other areas that they go to. Just tear a 8.5" by 5.25" board off the rest of the products along the perforated line, place securely against the wall to prevent the rodent from moving the glue board, and you are good to go. The product can also fold into a tunnel shape for use in small or dusty areas. Using more glue than the average glue board, a total of 6 pounds of glue per box of glue boards, the pet friendly product can be used as a treatment measure by itself or can be used in conjunction with other baiting programs. The glue in CatchMaster's Super Mouse Glue Boards lasts for up to one year and unlike other competing glue boards, the product does not contain oil, which could mix with the sweat and other fluids excreted by the rodent. This weakens the glue and allows the rodent to escape. This won't happen with these glue boards. If a pet or non-target animal get stuck on the glue trap, just apply vegetable oil, as it will loosen the grip of the glue and allow for a painless release. Each box contains 72 glue boards, each with 30 sq. in. of adhesive surface.
Placed these along wall primarily for insect monitoring in an area where a mouse had also been seen for which another trap was set. That trap is empty but 3 have been caught, incidentally, on glue boards over a course of about 2 weeks. I cut the boards in half before placement. Still effective.
We did not get the expected results. The glue. Boards were placed in three sites: two tenants apartments and the basement. One tenant commented that he catches one mouse but he also saw another running around, which was never caught.
The second tenant did not catch any on the boards but did catch a few in another traps that were placed in the apartment.
And finally, none was catches in the various glue boards placed in the basement, even though they were seen running around.