402, 406 XT—Traditional mouse snap trap with an expanded trigger. First bait the trap with food, cotton or string, which is used for nesting. Pull the snap bar over. Insert the balance bar into the trigger. Rodents run along walls, so place the trap against the wall. More placements get better results. Remember, rodents run along walls, so always put the tray against the wall. Remember to keep out of reach of pets and children.

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These traditional mouse traps are a great way to catch mice in your restaurant or home. Be sure to place the glue traps along the wall to get the best results.

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