Traprite Cardboard Mouse Station 2156 MS - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Bob from Boyds
    09/09/2016
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    What traps fit in this Traprite Cardboard Mouse Station 2156 MS?
    The description says you can use it with either snap traps or glue traps. What are the recomended product that fit well inside the box
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    Each Traprite Cardboard Mouse Station 2156 MS holds up to three mouse snap traps like the Victor Mouse Trap M325 Pro - Holdfast or a mouse glue board such as the Victor Tin Cat Glue Boards M309 (you would need to fold the wide edge to fit it completely in the station.

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  • Asked by Dee from Jasper, Ga
    12/08/2016
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    Which glue boards will fit in the Traprite Cardboard Mouse Station?
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    The Victor Tin Cat M309 glue boards can be used with the Traprite Cardboard Mouse Station

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  • Asked by Jon from Grand Rapids, Mi
    02/16/2021
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    Do you carry smaller glueboards that fit the Traprite Cardboard Mouse Station 2156 MS or can I cut down the M309 glueboards to fit?
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    The Traprite Cardboard Mouse Station 2156 MS is one of the smallest sizes we carry. The trap can be laid flat or folded. We do not recommend cutting or altering the M309 glue board. 

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  • Asked by Johnson from Charlottesville, Va
    04/18/2018
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    Is the Traprite Cardboard Mouse Station 2156 MS open on both ends?
    The picture only shows one end.
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    Yes, the Traprite Cardboard Mouse Station 2156 MS has an opening on both sides of the station.

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  • Asked by Julie from Sand Springs, Ok
    08/19/2017
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    Do the Traprite Cardboard Mouse Stations come in a smaller quantity?
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    No, the Traprite Cardboard Mouse Station 2156 MS  is only sold in a case of 50.
     

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