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Rentokil Live Capture Mouse Traps Blister

3.7 out of 5 stars 86 customer reviews

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  • Ideal for capturing and releasing mice unharmed
  • Designed to be re-used
  • Easy-to-use
  • No mess
  • Safe: no spring action, no poison

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  • Product Dimensions: 17.4 x 4.5 x 7.1 cm ; 68 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 41 g
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  • Item model number: RKLPSM68
  • ASIN: B001OXDJ0A
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 May 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,706 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)

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This Rentokil PSM68 is a live-capture mouse trap for capturing and releasing mice unharmed. The Rentokil PSM68 trap is designed to be reusable, easy-to-use, no mess, safe and needs no poison. Set the Rentokil PSM68 on a flat surface along a wall where mice run then apply bait such as chocolate spread or peanut butter to the inside of the end cap. Then after capture make sure you release the mouse in a remote location.

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    A very good design which I am sure would catch the majority of mice, but some mice are extremely timid, and refuse to go inside an enclosed space. I've had mice in my kitchen for more than 2 months now. I left this live trap down for at least 5 weeks, and it didn't catch a single mouse. The bait inside was a mixture of peanut butter, raw peanuts, and crackers.

    Being a slightly technical person, I wanted to see what was going on in my kitchen whilst I was away... I set up a webcam on a 10m USB extension cable so I could watch from my living room, and I left it recording throughout the day & night. I must have got an average of about 30 sightings in a 24 hour period, but the closest I ever saw the mouse get was putting two front paws on the plastic of the entrance area. It was never fully inside.

    In order for the trap to close, the trap has to be over-balanced when the mouse reaches for the food on the yellow platform at the end. My mice (actually 5 of them) never got close to this point. I even set up a motorised remote actuator which would close the trap from a distance if the mouse was completely inside the trap, but it never actually climbed fully inside.

    I'm impressed with the design, but for some mice it just doesn't seem to work.
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    By Dolphin #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on 26 Dec. 2009
    I have a few of these to use when the cats bring live prey into the house. They are not large enough to take care of rats but good for field mice, voles etc. All you need to do is place a small amount of food at one end of the trap (peanut butter works well, but so does jam) and then prime the trap by lifting the hinged lid up and standing it on two integral supports. I place two or three in the room where the mouse has been left and generally, once left alone for a few minutes (or possibly overnight) the mouse is caught in the trap and ready to be let go outside.

    Release of the mouse (totally unharmed) is easy. You just need to pull off the end cap and shake the mouse out close to the ground (preferably near to some undergrowth where it can hide). I do not have an older property so have no trouble with mice finding their way back in, so I only release them in a corner of my garden where there are lots of nooks and crannies in which to hide.

    I am not frightened of mice (only spiders) but would like to reassure anyone that using this trap has never required handling of the mouse in anyway whatsoever. You can shake the mouse gently down to the opposite end of the trap prior to release (just make sure you hold it shut or the mouse could fall out) and the mouse always runs away from you once it has been released. They have proven invaluable in my house and have proven to be robust in use; I have three and all are still in perfect working order after several years of use.
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    Mice have excellent smell but poor eyesight.

    I used a large needle. made the end hot over the gas and put it it into the yellow part next to where the food goes,
    just made two holes one each on opposite corners.

    This let enough light in to make him think he could get out of the other end.

    I did that last night and this morning he was safely inside.

    I put an elastic band on the end where he went in to keep it closed while we took him to the common and let him go in the grass.

    I had been using these traps for a week with no results until I made the holes to let the light in.
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    I didn't actually buy this from Amazon but from my local hardware store. I went in and asked for a humane mouse trap. The man behind the counter picked up a standard spring-loaded trap and said "This is humane. Breaks their neck in seconds." ... uhhhh, right... not quite what I had in mind. I asked if they sold anything which didn't actually kill the mouse, and he showed me this amazing little device (the one I'm reviewing here), but warned me: "I wouldn't recommend this, because the mouse will get very frustrated. The other trap is better, kills them instantly!" with a beaming smile on his face. I just can't understand some people! Surely a cute little living mouse is better than one with a snapped neck? Surely it's better to attempt the humane alternative first!

    Anyway, to cut to the chase, I placed this last night at around midnight, had an (unusually) undisturbed night's sleep, checked the trap in the morning, and was quite excited to see it had closed and weighed a little more than before! The mouse had been caught! We drove a couple of miles away (typically at least one mile is recommended) and let it out in a field. It was sooo cute! The joy of seeing a completely unharmed, cute little mouse tentatively sticking its nose out of the opened trap and slowly, carefully scurrying into the bushes was priceless! I would probably pay money just for that experience to be honest! It's a nice thing to see. Happy days.

    In summary, this worked extremely quickly and 100% perfectly. It's a very clever design. I'll never use the crueller methods EVER. There is simply no need when something works this well. Please give this a try before any other methods. We should all be kinder to animals.
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