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PROTECTA Mouse opens on the side, like a book, making it easy to service when the bait station is flush against a wall. Mouse entry holes line up with the wall. It locks when closed and unlocks with the PROTECTA 2-prong key. One Protecta Key is included with each order. We do sell Protecta Keys separately if you would like more than one. Protecta stations do not come with bait.
To capture mice without poison or for mouse identification, place a Mini T-Rex Mouse Trap in the bottom of the PROTECTA Mouse Bait Station.
|For use in:||Residential, commercial, or industrial buildings, indoors and outdoors|
|Application:||Place station near baseboards, corners, along walls, or in spaces where rodents are likely to travel.|
|Pet safe:||Is tamper resistant and locks when closed, but bait should always be kept out of reach of children and pets.|
|Yield:||Holds up to four standard size BLOX, one traditional mouse snap trap or a Trapper Mini T-Rex snap trap|
|Dimensions:||6 in. Length x 5 1/2 in. Width x 2 1/2 in. Height|
|Material / Construction:||Heavy-duty, injection-molded plastic|
|Special Features:||Multi-use Protecta Mouse is a mouse-size bait station, monitoring device and snap trap holder -- all 3 in 1. Protecta Mouse opens on the side, like a book, making it easy to service when the bait station is flush against a wall|
|Parts Included:||One Protecta 2-prong key per order|
|Shipping Weight:||0.30 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Bell Labs (Mfg. Number: PS2539)|
How to Use the Protecta Mouse Bait Station
DESCRIPTION: Protecta Mouse Bait Stations are an integral part of baiting. They keep bait away from children, livestock, pets and other animals, as well as protect the bait from dust, dirt and moisture so the bait stays fresh longer.
Dimensions: 6"L x 5 1/2"W x 2 1/2" H
USE: Place station near baseboards, corners, or in spaces where rodents are likely to travel. Rodents will enter stations out of curiosity, and the presence of rodenticide baits placed inside the station. Protecta stations do not come with baits. We recommend purchasing Contrac Blox Rodenticide baits for use in the Protecta stations.
PROTECTA Mouse is a mouse-size bait station, monitoring tool and snap trap holder -- all 3 in 1. It features four prongs that hold four Contrac BLOX bait, indispensable for heavy mouse infestations. To capture mice without poison or for mouse identification, place a Victor Snap Trap on the bottom of PROTECTA Mouse.
PROTECTA Mouse opens on the side, like a book, making it easy to service when the bait station is flush against a wall. Mouse entry holes line up with the wall. It locks when closed and unlocks with the PROTECTA 2-prong key. One key is included in each case. Extra keys are available for purchase.
To capture mice without poison or for mouse identification, place a Mini T-Rex Mouse Trap on the bottom of the PROTECTA Mouse Bait Station.
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12 of 14 people found this review helpful:
By Eric in Palatine, IL on 06/28/2010
The stations are made well. They do allow more water from rain than I would have expected.
10 of 12 people found this review helpful:
Same as what the big boys use!
By Herb in Fort Mill, SC. on 11/08/2010
Same kind of bait stations the large exterminating companies use for mice but you fill the stations on your schedule and for a lot less! You can pick up bait at Home Depot or Lowes.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful:
Great product, you may want to oder more keys . . .
By Jason in Surprise, AZ on 12/20/2011
Quick delivery, great price, product no different than what the professionals install. When you order a case of 12 stations you only get one key. If you have an assistant to help reload mulitple stations, you will want to order another key.
7 of 8 people found this review helpful:
Happy for the money
By Terry in St paul MN on 07/01/2010
I had them out for approximately one week, checked them and my little friends are feeling comfortable in them having dinner. For the money they do what they are supposed to.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful:
Here to buy my next bucket of bait
By Jessica in North Reading, MA on 11/16/2013
Same stuff the professional guy used, but its much cheaper for me to do it myself. If you have a mouse problem, this stuff works great. Keep uncased bait far out of reach of your dog, because they like the smell too!!
By William in Mancelona on 06/22/2018
The protecta mouse bait stations was exactly what I expected for a reasonable price.
By Jim in Willington on 05/27/2018
I just replaced a few rat stations which were invaded by squirrel with this mouse station. It's been over 1 month and still no activity. I've caught mice inside my garage so I know I have em.
By Jde in TN on 01/09/2018
Had a large problem with mice in my garage. They got into a bag of bird seed and invited the entire clan "at least 30" to feast. I cleaned up the bird seed and placed these bait stations in the garage. Within 10 days no sign of another mouse and has been that way for over 6 months. I used the poison blocks sold here. The bait station is truly child and pet proof.
A little awkward...
By M. in Chester, NH on 12/15/2017
I ordered 24 (2 cases) of bait stations and one bucket of bait; 5 for the house, 10 for the house hanger and 10 for the winter hanger at the airport. Since I found the bait station key extremely awkward, I decided to fill each bait station with 4 blocks and then mark its gross weight in grams on the supplied cover labels. Once loaded the stations weighed anywhere from 174 to 180 grams. After a week, one station had reduced its weight by 12 grams, several others were down 5 to 10 grams and the rest were down less than 5 grams. In all the 24 stations lost 64 grams of bait. I opened only one of the stations and it looked like a theater after the saturday afternoon matenee. Bait was scattered all over the floor area of the trap, but none outside. Regarding the potency of the bait, I have not observed any dead or lethargic mice at any of the three locations. However, I carefully cleaned the food cabinets in the kitchen before placing the stations and careful examination revealed no new mouse droppings. So, I would say that the infestation was crushed. I just wish that the stations were easier to open when it comes time to fill them.
Very Good Product
By Mit in Hampton on 12/15/2017
I have been using bait stations with only room for a single bait. Having these units capable of four baits apiece makes maintenance much more efficient. Side note: Excellent customer service
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Looks like they will work
By Steve in Ringgold, LA on 10/20/2017
I just put them out 2 weeks ago so I won't check them for 2 more weeks. They were easy to bait, close and put out. Product seems sturdy and should last a few years easily. Before I baited the first 1 I closed it and opened it with the key to see about the correct operation. Easy enough, no worries. Works as advertised, happy with the purchase.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
By Tommy in Henderson, NC on 09/01/2017
Disappointed in size of holes in bait stations. Medium size rodents cannot fit.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Protecta Mouse Bait Station
By Swatsworth in Pennsylvania on 08/29/2017
Started working within 24 hours.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Pretty good, and here's a couple of tips.
By Mark in Groton, Massachusetts on 08/01/2017
Does the job. I used loose bait rather than the blocks. Two things to watch, if using outside: 1. The access holes should be located downhill if you're on any slope so that the rain will not accumulate to any depth inside. 2. I had a larger animal turn the thing over a few times and dump out much of the bait. Maybe a squirrel, possum, skunk, or raccoon, not sure, but in any case, I will be drilling two smaller holes in the side between the access holes and putting a tether to a ground stake so I don't lose it. Maybe, if necessary, adding some holes also on the wall between the bait compartments for another tether to keep it from getting turned over. It would be nice to have flanges on the lid, with holes, to make this easy to do with a single tether across the top, anchored on both sides.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Protecta Bait Stations
By Phil in Cohasset, MA on 08/01/2017
Came as described quickly. Need to order bait separately from bait stations, that was not clear to me. Set them up and are waiting for results!
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QOnce the mouse goes into the Protecta Mouse Bait Station, can it get out again?
AMice can leave the station after they enter. The Protecta Mouse Bait Stations are tamper resistant boxes that stop non target animals and children from having access to the poison bait you place in the station. You could place a Mini T-Rex Mouse Trap in the station if you wanted to catch the mouse and protect non target animals and children from the trap.
QWhat tier would the Protecta Mouse Stations be considered by the EPA?
The EPA is coming out with new rules for rodenticides called Final Risk Mitigation. All bait must be placed in tamper resistant bait stations. Tiered Bait Station Requirements for Consumer-Use Products o Tier 1 – Tamper-resistant for children and dogs; weather resistant; tested according to EPA protocols; indoor and outdoor use; o Tier 2 – Tamper-resistant for children and dogs; tested according to EPA protocols; indoor use only; o Tier 3 – Tamper-resistant for children; tested according to EPA protocols; indoor use only; and, o Tier 4 – Self-certification; packaging not reasonably anticipated to release other than small quantities of bait; resistant to opening by a child less than six years old; indoor use only; non-refillable (one-time-use only).
AThe Protecta line of stations that need a key to open, including the Protecta Mouse Stations you are asking about, are all tier 1 level bait stations. They are tamper-resistant to children and pets and can be used both indoors and outdoors.
QAre there any differences in the size of the openings between the Protecta Mouse and Rat Bait Stations?
If so, what are the hole sizes? I'd assume the mouse bait stations have smaller holes.
AYou are correct. The Protecta Mouse Stations have smaller holes and are meant only for mice. The Protecta Rat Bait Stations have larger holes for rats to enter, but mice could also enter if they were present. Normally, you would determine what type of rodent you have, rat or mouse, from the size of the droppings. If you are not sure, then you should get a rat size station because it could accomodate both.
01/02/2012 Bob from Oxford, Ct
QSecuring a bait station outdoors to keep raccoons from dragging them around?
I have several large bait boxes outside and racoons are dragging the stations around and they are cleaning out the bait bloxs completely. My first question is the a way of securing the Protecta Mouser bait stations so the raccoons cant drag and knock it around? Second questions is does the bait blox kill the raccoons if the eat the poision bait blocks?
ARaccoons are much larger than mice, so yes the bait can kill a raccoon but they would have to eat a large quantity. It is a lot easier to secure rat sized stations than the smaller mouse sized stations. Other then drilling a hole through the station and securing it to a pole or structure using a chain, you can also use liquid nails and glue the station to a landscape paver. Either way should help deter raccoons from dragging the stations off.
04/03/2013 Catherine from Chaska, Mn
QWhich bait station would be sized right for Voles?
AMost mouse sized bait station will allow voles to get inside. The protecta Mouse Bait Station is often the station of choice for vole control.
QDo the Protecta Mouse Bait Stations come with bait?
07/20/2018 Dave from Il
QCan I use Final Blox in the Protecta Mouse Bait Stations?
04/30/2018 Anonymous from Denver, Colorado
QHow safe are Protecta Mouse Bait Stations against dogs?
A The plastic that makes up the Protecta Mouse Bait Station is a very heavy duty plastic, and should not be an issue for most dogs. However, we have had calls to report that larger dogs, usually over 100 lbs, are able to bite over the whole station and chew it pretty badly.
The plastic that makes up the Protecta Mouse Bait Station is a very heavy duty plastic, and should not be an issue for most dogs. However, we have had calls to report that larger dogs, usually over 100 lbs, are able to bite over the whole station and chew it pretty badly.
QMy dog may have ate Protecta Mouse Bait Stations
Is there anything I should do just in case
A If you suspect that your dog ingested bait that was in the Protecta Mouse Bait Stations you need to consult with your vet for the best advice on how to proceed.
If you suspect that your dog ingested bait that was in the Protecta Mouse Bait Stations you need to consult with your vet for the best advice on how to proceed.
08/10/2017 Rob from Lincoln, Ri
QDo the Protecta Mouse Bait Stations have the hole on the bottom to accommodate the anchoring rods, or will I have to drill one?
We had vole problem last year, and the exterminator sold us Protecta Rat Bait stations. They worked well but small squirrels can still get in, and I'm considering switching to the smaller Protecta Mouse Bait Stations.
A Holes will need to be drilled into the Protecta Mouse Bait Stations for the anchors. There are no holes in the bottom of this station.
Holes will need to be drilled into the Protecta Mouse Bait Stations for the anchors. There are no holes in the bottom of this station.
10/18/2016 Stan from Pipersville, Pa
QCan I purchase a replacement for the Protecta Mouse Bait Station?
Can you provide a replacement key
05/05/2016 Janie from Port Ludlow, Wa
QHi - we are looking for a mice bait station that raccoons will not be able to carry off.
What would you recommend? We have used the regular bait stations for many years under our front porch. This year something has emptied it twice and this last time it has disappeared.
A You can use liquid nails and affix any station, such as the Protecta Mouse Bait Station, on a 1 x 1 foot paver you can buy from a local home improvement store. This well prevent them from being moved. Also, if you make sure the bait is secured on the rods, and the station is secure, it should prevent the raccoons from being able to work the bait free from the rods.
You can use liquid nails and affix any station, such as the Protecta Mouse Bait Station, on a 1 x 1 foot paver you can buy from a local home improvement store. This well prevent them from being moved. Also, if you make sure the bait is secured on the rods, and the station is secure, it should prevent the raccoons from being able to work the bait free from the rods.
07/22/2015 Jonathan from Orange County, Ca
QIs there a major difference in the hole size between the Mouse and Rat Protecta stations?
If possible, an I get the dimensions for the two. I'm not sure if these buildings have rats or mice.
A There is quite a difference. The Protecta Mouse Bait Station entry is 1 inch in diameter, while the Protecta Rat is 2 1/2 inches in diameter. Please see our Rat Pest Guide and our Mouse Pest Guide for assistance with identifying the rodent pests you have. When in doubt, rat bait stations will accommodate either rodent.
There is quite a difference. The Protecta Mouse Bait Station entry is 1 inch in diameter, while the Protecta Rat is 2 1/2 inches in diameter. Please see our Rat Pest Guide and our Mouse Pest Guide for assistance with identifying the rodent pests you have. When in doubt, rat bait stations will accommodate either rodent.
10/27/2014 Charlie from Westbury, Ny
QWhen should you replace the bait? I see that it was nibbled on should I replace it with fresh bait
AWe recommend that you replace the bait in the Protecta Mouse Bait Stations if it starts to mold or if insects have started to infest it. Generally it is a good idea to replace every 40-60 days in the bait stations because rodenticides contains food based ingredients.
06/25/2014 Sue from Ohio
QWill this product cause harm to my cats if they eat a mouse that has died from eating the product?
AProtecta Mouse Bait Stations are tamper resistant. If you are referring to mouse bait, the risk of secondary poisoning is very minimal. Could you tell us which rodenticide you are referring to?