Nooski Mouse Trap

5 out of 5 stars 3 Reviews | 1 Q&A

Nooski Mouse Trap
Nooski Mouse Trap
Nooski Mouse Trap

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5 out of 5 stars Rating: 5

3 Reviews | 1 Q&A

Product Overview

Nooski Mouse Trap is a humane, safe, clean and easy to use trap. Trapping mice is easy with this innovative design. This trap never misfires and will kill mice quickly and as humanely as possible. The mouse enters the trap and the system releases a rubber latex ring that goes around their neck. This causes the mouse to spring free and then die a few feet from the trap. This is less messy and is safe to use around pets and children. Snapped fingers and poison are no longer a worry with this Nooski mouse trap. These traps are environmentally safe and made from industrial grade plastic. This system is less messy because all you need to do is lift the mouse up and dispose of it. Setting up this system is extremely easy unlike other traps and will provide a kill every time. This design is flexible and can be used in other places than on floors, such as on trees and other areas above the ground. Made in New Zealand.

Features and Specs

Target pests Mouse
For use in Households, Trees, Offices, and many more
Pet safe Yes
Time to Kill Immediately
Parts Included Trap and 10 rings
Shipping Weight 0.25 lbs
Manufacturer Contech Inc. (Mfg. Number: 300000798)
UPC 059463202148

Details

TIPS:

  • Location – For the most effective pest control, placing traps in the right locations is crucial. High-activity areas are the ones to target, and thorough inspection will tell you which areas these are. Even though placing traps evenly around a room may look like you’ve got the entire room under control, selecting the high-activity areas as trap areas will reward you for your efforts.
  • Number of Traps – While it may seem okay to use only a couple of traps for a small infestation, this is the most common trapping mistake. A dozen traps are not too many to target only a couple of mice. The more traps you have positioned in the high-activity areas, the higher the chance of success. It is a good idea to place traps close together in double sets, especially if your infestation is serious.
  • Importance of the First Night – According to statistics, the first trapping night is more important than those that follow. More mice are caught on the first night, where as three or four nights after you set your traps, you may find that your catch drops to zero.
  • Offer Multiple Bait Choices – When it comes to adding bait to your trap, it helps to know what your rodents are looking for. This is not always easy to determine, especially since individuals in a rodent population seek different types of foods. Therefore, using different baits when many rodents are involved is wise. If possible, take note of what your rodents are feeding on (potato chips, for example), and use this as one type of bait. Divide the traps up and bait some with bacon bits or other meat, some with peanut butter smudges, and some with dental floss or other nesting materials.
  • Monitor Activity – Keep checking your traps to monitor the activity. Continue trapping until signs of rodent activity disappear.
  • Wear Gloves – When dealing to your Nooski traps, wearing disposable gloves is recommended. While traces of human odor will not prevent rodents from approaching the traps (as the odor doesn’t last long, and rodents often investigate and consume objects that smell like humans anyway), personal hygiene and biohazard awareness are good reasons to wear gloves.
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  • 5 of 5 Stars

    Nooski Mouse Trap

    By Diane on 09/07/2013

    Humane to a point. Is better to break the neck of the mouse than to strangle it. It is way less messy as far as clean up but the mouse is strangled. When compared to the spring action "watch your fingers" bait trap, true, it is not 100% either. At church, we were lucky to have one mouse propelled 6' feet back with a broken neck & no blood easy clean up. This thing is weird but very versitile. Hard for a squirrel to get caught. What about AZ lizards? Worried!

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  • 5 of 5 Stars

    Nooski Mouse Trap

    By Lyndon on 11/27/2014

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    What a great Product! Mice of any weight have no chance. I watched them dance on clip traps (too light to trip). Very first night this trap was set got the mouse!! Just as advertised inches from trap with no mess.

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    4 of 4 people found this review helpful

  • 5 of 5 Stars

    Nooski mouse trap is the best trap I have ever had

    By Steven on 09/15/2015

    Works great. Caught 6 mice right off the bat. A little hard to set but you get used to it. Would buy again.

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    4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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Questions & Answers

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Do you bait the Nooski Mouse Traps?
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Yes you can use bait with the Nooski Mouse Trap.  Per the manufacturer, when it comes to adding bait to your trap, it helps to know what your rodents are looking for. This is not always easy to determine, especially since individuals in a rodent population seek different types of foods. Therefore, using different baits when many rodents are involved is wise. If possible, take note of what your rodents are feeding on (potato chips, for example), and use this as one type of bait. Divide the traps up and bait some with bacon bits or other meat, some with peanut butter smudges, and some with dental floss or other nesting materials.

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