1. Preparation of Glue Pads
Remove paper cover from each pad using a strong, steady pull. If a smaller flue pad is desired, the pad may be cut in half with scissors before removal of paper cover. Dip the scissors in cooking oil before cutting will prevent glue from sticking to scissors.
2. Placement of Pads
For best results, proper placement of glue pad is essential. Place glue pad (GLUE SIDE UP) close to the wall, in areas of rat, mice, or snake activity. OPTIONAL- Tack or tape pad to floor to keep glue pad in place.
This may also be used effectively on shelves, beams, or any other place where rats or mice may run.
3. To dispose of Rodents
Carefully pick up glue pad at corner farthest from rodent’s head and dispose of in trash.
4. Animal Release
Vegetable oil may be used to release animals from glue pad. Always use extreme caution when releasing animals and wear protection to guard against possible bites or scratches.