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How do you set a D con trap?

How do you set a D con trap?

d-CON® Ultra Set Snap Traps: Simply lift the front cover and place the bait in the round bait cup inside the trap, then close the cover. Place the trap on a flat surface and slowly pull the lever all the way down and gently release until it locks securely in place.

Where do you put snap traps?

Place traps in areas of high activity. Typical active areas are along walls, behind appliances, behind objects, and darkened corners. Placing mouse traps out evenly at a set distance may provide thorough coverage, but it is not guaranteed to reach the mice. Place traps in areas where mice are running or nesting.

Do Bounce dryer sheets repel mice?

Do Dryer Sheets Keep Mice Out? Don’t expect your box of Bounce to work any pest-control miracles. Dryer sheets don’t deter mice. Baited traps won’t solve a mouse problem, either.

How do you set a d CON trap?

1. Baiting: On the bottom of the trap, peel back the small self-adhesive label. Apply bait (cheese or peanut butter) to the bait compartment. Reseal self-adhesive label over compartment, and turn trap over (d-CON ® label up). 2. Setting: While holding base of trap, twist top cover in clockwise rotation (in direction of arrow) until it locks.

What are the different types of d CON traps?

d-CON® traps include the traditional Wood Snap Trap, Flat Glue Traps, Glue Boards (that can be used either flat or folded), a glue/snap trap combo, the Quick Kill Trap, Ultra Set a covered trap and the innovative No View, No Touch™ traps.

How do you dispose of a d-CON glue trap?

Simply dispose of the entire trap without having to see the mouse. d-CON® Quick Kill Glue Trap: Pull the lever on the curved back of the trap and lift upwards until the lever locks in to the top “Set” position. No need to bait these Quick Kill Glue Traps and once a mouse is caught, discard the entire trap.

Where can I buy a d-CON mouse trap?

d-CON® mouse traps are available at a variety of retailers across the U.S. Our online retailers include Walmart, The Home Depot, Lowes, Amazon.com and Soap.com. For more information on where to buy mouse traps online or in person click the Buy Now button on the top right of this page.