• KNOW THE DIFFERENCE

    If you've seen a rodent in your house, try to remember what its eyes, snout, ears, tail or approximate length was. Your answer will determine which glue traps are right for you.

  • IF YOU SUSPECT MICE

    Most glue boards and glue trays will work. Place traps against walls and near food sources. Keep cover on traps for 2-3 days so the mice can acclimate then remove cover.

  • IF YOU SUSPECT RATS

    Rat traps have a thicker glue layer with greater surface area. You'll want to place traps near entry points and common routes to food for maximum effect.

Mice and rats are distributed widely across North America.

Rodents make no exceptions, all homes are vulnerable. Catchmaster has scientifically-tested products that are used by professionals for any environment.

  • Mice are adapted to a wide range of conditions.

    If you're a renter or homeowner in a rural or suburban location, mice are most likely your problem. Our mouse glue boards are great for cool, dusty, dry places and glue trays for damp or humid conditions. Catchmaster also has the best-performing cold-weather mouse glue trap on the market. Start here if you do not live in a dense urban area.

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  • Rat infestations usually occur in dense urban areas.

    Common locations include: restaurants, food storage, waste collection, and old or poorly maintained residential buildings. Because conditions where rats thrive tend to be moist, heavy-duty glue trays and snap traps are your best options. We recommend you start here if you live in a dense urban area.

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Our Customers Rely on These Solutions the Most.

These products have a history of solving mouse and rat problems for our customers. We are so confident in their quality that we offer a no-questions-asked, money-back satisfaction guarantee.

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Why Choose Glue?

Glue traps are an essential part of a comprehensive pest control plan, helping monitor and identify pests, contain diseases, and prevent pest infestations in sensitive situations. They are the most family, pet, and budget-friendly option for homeowners. Additionally, and contrary to popular belief, glue boards and trays are among the most compassionate pest control alternatives because they minimize suffering, release non-target animals, and avoid poisoning the local environment.

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  • Identify

    1. Look for droppings and musky ammonia-like odors.
    2. Check your insulation for orange & yellow patches.
    3. Look for damaged food packaging & gnaw marks.
    4. Check folded linens & clothes for fur & food stores.
  • Treat

    1. Place glue traps near evidence of rodent activity.
    2. If area is dusty, fold glue boards into tunnels.
    3. Check glue traps regularly
    4. Plan for how you will handle dead and alive rodents.
  • Prevent

    1. Seal any entry points at ground-level.
    2. Install door sweeps on exterior doors.
    3. Keep your house clean.
    4. Stop water accumulation on your property.
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Shop the rest of Catchmaster's rodent infestation solutions.

We offer a range of family and pet-safe glue traps for rats and glue traps for mice as well as instant-kill snap traps that are great improvements over their wooden ancestors in terms of power and durability.

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