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.
Residential, commercial, or industrial buildings, indoors and outdoors
Place station near baseboards, corners, along walls, or in spaces where rodents are likely to travel.
Is tamper resistant and locks when closed, but bait should always be kept out of reach of children and pets.
Holds up to four standard size BLOX, one traditional mouse snap trap or a Trapper Mini T-Rex snap trap
6 in. Length x 5 1/2 in. Width x 2 1/2 in. Height
Material / Construction
Heavy-duty, injection-molded plastic
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
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.
Great product, you may want to oder more keys . . .
By Jason 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.
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!!
Securing 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?
Raccoons 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.
What 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).
The 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.
Once the mouse goes into the Protecta Mouse Bait Station, can it get out again?
Mice 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.
If I am putting Protecta Mouse Bait Stations around the outside of the house how many feet between them?
Around outside perimeter of house: should I put them every x number of feet? ALSO: Do the mice die in the walls if I put them indoors? I already have the odor coming through the wall, of mouse nests.
You should place the Protecta Mouse Bait Stations 15 - 20 feet apart for best results. The reason we recommend putting the stations outdoors is to lure the mice out and to potentially die outside. There is still a possibility the mice could die indoors.