I have had a chance to use. I find that making the box seems to be more effective than laying flat. When the glue board is laid flat debris tends to collect and the board becomes ineffective. In the box state I have fewer escapes. The glue could be a little stronger.
I had pretty good luck with glue boards when I was using a professional pest control company. One board had one mouse on it and one had 5 mice on it!! But with the bad economy, I thought I'd buy these and do it myself....So far, and it's been about 3 weeks, I haven't caught anything except a few bugs. Don't know if it's the boards themselves and the pest control company had better or stronger ones? Meanwhile, I have caught 2 mice in my good old-fashioned (cheap) mousetraps.
Loved the LTDs so I thought Max would be better. Actually it doesn't hold full grown mice as well. The area of glue is bigger but for some reason it doesn't hold as well ass on the regular sized traps. I went back to the Trapper LTD and am ordering my 3rd batch,
THE GLUE ON HERE IS LIKE SUPER GLUE, BUT IVE SEEN A MOUSE TRY TO DRAG THEMSELF FREE BY DRAGGING THE TRAP LIKE A FEW FEET BUT EVENTUALLY THEY GIVE UP, ORDERED A FEW TIMES AND SO FAR SO GOOD, ONE THING I DONT GET THOUGH IS HOW THEY EAT THE BAIT AND THE TRAP IS NO WHERE TO B SEEN THAT I DONT GET.
Expert response: The glue on here is like super glue, but I've seen a mouse try to drag itself free by dragging the trap like a few feet but eventually they gave up. I ordered a few times and so far so good. One thing I don't get is how they eat the bait and the trap is no where to be seen.
These are working but I would have liked to have known about the mouse attractant when I ordered them. I have ordered some now and hopefully they will work even better with it. Small mice seem to be more attracted to these than the grown ones so far.