12 Ketch All Automatic Multi-catch Mouse Traps- Clear Lid Model
The design and performance of the KETCH-ALL has earned it the title of "The World's Best Mousetrap."
The KETCH-ALL operates without the use of harmful chemicals, making it safe to use around children and pets. It is efficient, often capturing several mice in one setting!
The KETCH-ALL has been winning the war against rodents since 1924. It works 24 hours a day, every day of the year. By following simple operating procedures, your KETCH-ALL will provide years of proven, practical performance.
|Multiple catch||Trap catches mice 24 hours a day.||Catches multiple mice in one setting. Trap does not have to be reset after each catch.|
|Unique design||No harmful chemicals, baits or poisons. Appeals to mouse's harbourage instincts.||Safe to use around children and pets. Environmentally safe.|
|Durable galvanized steel housing||Quality construction.||Years of preventative pest protection. Easy to clean.|
|Sanitary disposal||Simply slide lid back and dispose of mice at your discretion.||Minimal contact with trap and mice.|
|Tested and proven since 1924||One year warranty for parts and labor when used as directed.||Reliable, trustworthy and dependable|
Trap is a multiple-catch trap made from galvanized steel. Simply turn the plastic knob on the side of the trap about 6-7 full revolutions (be careful not to overturn) and then place the Ketch All next to a wall. Inquisitive mice will enter the Ketch All triggering a lever that will slide the mouse into a holding chamber. The Ketch All mouse trap will catch about 10-15 mice. Plus, it uses no harmful chemicals making it humane for mice and safe around children and pets.
1) Wind up the trap 6-7 times until the winding knob stops (be careful not to overturn). The trap is now ready.
(2) Place the Ketch-All parallel to a warm surface wall (so one hole is facing the wall), leaving 1« - 2 inches between the trap and the wall. Alternatively, you can place the back of the trap flush against the wall so that the trap is perpindicular to the wall.
(3) Mice will run along the wall, then naturally want to enter the hole in the Ketch All, triggering the trap.
(4) To empty the trap, slide back the lid and pull up on the end plate. The mice can then be disposed.