Product Type: Other Brands in Homeware
by - written on 29/09/11
These mouse traps are a complete failure and hopeless manufacturing design. They are branded Big Cheese Live Catch and are the smallest they make. I bought four of them from Bunnings Hardware and set them up. The next morning, three had been triggered, all the bait was eaten and the mice had wriggled their way "easily" out of the traps. The manufacturer should do a mass recall and stop wasting people's money.
by Paul - written on 28/10/10
My house mice were a source of much amusement for weeks, but when they started getting up onto the kitchen tops it was time to say farewell. The humane mousetraps didn't work for a week or so until I sited them in a floor-level kitchen cupboard and baited them with chocolate (leaving a very small sample outside the trap as a tempter). Thereafter it was adios mice. I could hear the trap as it fell and collected each mouse within seconds for removal. Don't leave these traps unattended or baited overnight as the trapped mice are stressed and the humane aspect will be lost.
by - written on 25/06/10 (Very useful, 850 readings)
Recently I had at least one uninvited mouse scurrying around my bedroom. Despite being rather fun to watch, they are unhygienic and leave toxic droppings everywhere. After battling for sometime with the little scamp with my shoddily built homemade runs and traps, I relented and bought one of these humane traps to see what results it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/11/09 (Very useful, 313 readings)
Living out in the sticks surrounded by fields we have all sorts of unwanted visitors ranging from foxes to birds of prey and the odd visiting badger. Whilst these are mostly harmless visits using us as a short cut en route to somewhere else we do the occasional visitor intent on taking up residence and these are usually the visitors that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/08, updated on 15/10/08 (Very useful, 544 readings)
These are some of the most humane mouse traps on the market...why? because the mouse took bait off them 10's of times without the trap snapping shut. So heres what happened, my dad set four traps in our attic after my little sis was complaining she heard scrambling and scratching...my dad then went away on business for a week and we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/08 (Very useful, 989 readings)
Because I live in such a rural area I was aware when I brought my bungalow that I may have to get used to mice, foxes, rats and even badgers causing havoc in my garden. I have very nice moles who only make their little hills at the very bottom of my garden where I think they look lovely, I might change my mind if they ever move up to the ... Read the complete review