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Tomcat Mouse Trap with Immediate Grip Glue for Mice, Cockroaches, and Spiders, Ready-to-Use, 4-Pack (16 Glue Traps)

(10 customer reviews)


Brand Tomcat
Style Classic
Item Dimensions LxWxH 2.5 x 4.88 x 6.75 inches
Number of Pieces 4
Is Electric No
Target Species Cockroach, Mouse, Scorpion, Ant, Spider

  • Tomcat Glue Traps effectively capture mice and other household pests like cockroaches, spiders, or scorpions without the use of bait
  • Our sticky traps utilize a professional-strength glue formulation that is pre-scented and has immediate grip and stretchable hold
  • Place these pest control traps along the walls of rooms or cupboards where rodent activity is suspected, such as kitchens, basements, or garages
  • These rodent traps are both pesticide-free and non-toxic and come ready to use right out of the box
  • Each package of Tomcat Glue Traps contains four disposable mouse-sized traps
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Tomcat® is designed to kill. Tomcat® Glue Traps with Eugenol for Enhanced Stickiness are the pesticide-free, non-toxic way to stop a mouse right in its tracks. Our professional-strength glue formulation is pre-scented and has the ideal combination of immediate grip and stretchable hold to effectively capture mice and other household pests, including cockroaches, ants, spiders, and scorpions. Tomcat® Glue Traps come ready to use right out of the box, so you can get to mouse-hunting immediately. Rodents have a natural tendency to run along walls as they move from hiding to feeding, so we recommend placing your traps up against the walls of rooms or cupboards where activity is suspected, such as kitchens, basements, or garages. If a mouse has not been caught in 2-3 days, place the trap in an alternate location. Once the mouse has been captured, dispose of the trap and rodent in the trash. Each package of Tomcat® Glue Traps contains four disposable mouse-sized traps.

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Weight 1.12 lbs
Dimensions 2.5 × 4.88 × 6.75 in
Product Dimensions ‏

2.5 x 4.88 x 6.75 inches

Item Weight

1.12 pounds



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Manufacturer ‏

The Scotts Company LLC

10 reviews for Tomcat Mouse Trap with Immediate Grip Glue for Mice, Cockroaches, and Spiders, Ready-to-Use, 4-Pack (16 Glue Traps)

  1. Sam

    As a homeowner with occasional mouse invasions, I tried the Tomcat Glue Traps Mouse Size with Eugenol for Enhanced Stickiness. With the promise of enhanced effectiveness and a humane approach to pest control, these glue traps caught my attention. In this review, I’ll share my experience with these traps and their impact on my mouse problem.Enhanced Stickiness with Eugenol:The inclusion of eugenol in these glue traps is a notable feature. This enhanced stickiness ensures that once a mouse comes into contact with the web, it stays firmly in place. The eugenol scent also serves as an attractant, luring mice toward the net. This combination of enhanced stickiness and an enticing aroma makes these traps more effective at capturing mice.User-Friendly Design:The Tomcat Glue Traps are easy to set up and use. Peel off the protective cover and place the trap in areas where mouse activity is observed. The foldable design allows the web to be flat or folded into a tunnel shape for added concealment. This flexibility makes it easy to adapt the traps to various spaces.Humane Pest Control:I appreciate that these glue traps offer a humane approach to pest control. While glue traps may raise ethical concerns, the eugenol-enhanced stickiness ensures that mice are caught quickly, minimizing their distress. This feature aligns with my preference for humane pest management methods.Effective Capture:The traps proved to be effective in capturing mice. Over a few days, I noticed multiple mice caught in the lures. The enhanced stickiness prevented escape attempts, ensuring the pests were securely trapped until disposal.Disposal Considerations:While the traps are effective, disposal can be challenging. Removing the trapped mice requires care to avoid direct contact. Additionally, some users might find the process uncomfortable due to ethical considerations.Non-Toxic Solution:The Tomcat Glue Traps provide a non-toxic solution to dealing with mice. Unlike traditional rodenticides, these traps don’t involve harmful chemicals, making them safer, especially in households with pets or children.Conclusion:The Tomcat Glue Traps Mouse Size with Eugenol for Enhanced Stickiness offers a practical and humane approach to mouse control. Including eugenol for enhanced stickiness, user-friendly design, humane pest control principles, and non-toxic solution makes these traps a solid choice for addressing occasional mouse infestations. While the disposal process and ethical considerations should be considered, these traps provide a valuable tool for managing unwanted rodent guests responsibly and effectively.

  2. Timothy D. Williams

    I tried a few brands of glue traps for bugs in my basement and these are the most effective. They consistently have more bugs of higher variety (specifically various water bugs, earwigs, centipedes, spiders and of course random ants.I think what makes them effective is their design being flat and inviting, the color being dark and blending in with the surroundings, the sticky pool being large and thick, and possibly the attractant, though I have other baits with the same attractant that are less effective in the identical spaces (I put many of these side by side.)One thing to keep in mind: place these far from household pets. They have no hood and no real perimeter protection. Unfortunately I feel the lack of protection is what makes them so effective: all my baits with a hood or boxed design had the least amount of bugs in them, some with absolutely none. It’s as if bugs actively avoided these hooded baits because those same baits I didn’t fold actually had bugs on them.

  3. TeeJ^-^

    Felt like a win! Caught and killed the pest rampaging on my chips! ???? This product absolutely works especially if smartly placed and given some bait.It had been a week since I found my chips being ransacked by this guy. He chewed on one party size pack the first time. Could have honestly eaten what wasn’t touched but it already felt dirty to me so I just took some and placed in a ziploc bag and tossed the rest ???? thinking that it was just due to smell of the specific chips, I stupidly thought the rest are safe. Next 2 days, another party sized pack has been chewed on, and I was like, I’m gonna kill this pest! ???? I then purchased these traps and when I received the package, I placed them to where I could trace the possible path of this guy. Fortunate timing, I was scheduled to be out of town over the weekend. Came back Sunday evening and voila! Gotchaaaa! Came home to a dead rat stuck on the trap. Really felt like a win lol can’t recommend these traps any further!

  4. Amazon Customer

    I knew I had a mouse in the basement. I tried rotary traps, no go. I decided to try these. After a day or so, one of them had three mice and another one had one more. Oops. There was still one outstanding that I knew of (I saw it scurrying away), and a few days later I found it in one of the more difficult to reach traps. Hopefully this will prove to be it.They have to be separated reasonably carefully, since the glue is thick and very sticky. The one that was hard to reach I had to drop in place, and then couldn’t reach it, so I had to use a pole to pick it up using the glue. It did pull off from the pole easily enough, though.

  5. Leon S

    Got a mouse last winter. Got these two days later. Lost the mouse the day I got these.Months later, I saw evidence of a mouse in garage, and set one of these out there the same day.Within hours it was wedged up against a hole (mouse attached). BEWARE! if you are buyingthese for mice to “take home” and play with – THEY WILL NOT FIT THROUGH A MOUSE HOLEso they won’t actually be able to play with it at all – unless you consider being permanentlystuck to an object as “playing with it”…. Leon

  6. Shana

    I bought electric traps and tried them for 5 days. After watching the roof rat run around and sit on top of the electric trap I bought these glue traps. Let me tell you what…within 20 minutes the rat ran onto the glue trap and was stuck. Needless to say, I returned the electric traps and will use these glue traps in the future if necessary.

  7. CoCo

    I love these things. I thought I had a mouse. I kept hearing him in my bag of cat food. I also have dog food, but friskies cat food has crack in it or something, because cats love it, dogs love it, and apparently, mice love it. One bit a hole in a small bag I had put up and ate the entire bag. Anyway, I put these two sticky babies out near where I had seen and heard the mice. I put pieces of the dry cat food on them. I fell asleep. A few hours later, I heard frantic sqeaking and went in the kitchen to look. There were two mice on the one in the kitchen. One looked dead, but he was just really stuck. The other one, who probably came to help his buddy, was still struggling and squeaking like a mad man. I felt… so bad. I’ll be honest..I cried a little and my boyfriend made fun of me. I told him to please do something so I don’t have to hear the sad squeaks of desperation. He put them in a grocery bag… And poked holes so they could breathe, because his soft a*s felt bad, too. Then I went and sat on the couch, remembered I had put one under the couch, and thought I could put it in the same place in the kitchen to catch more. I reached under the couch to grab it, and heard a squeak. I quickly pulled my hand back, terrified. I thought I was just hearing things, so I took my phone light and looked under there. There was a mouse there, too. Now the panic sets in. Three mice? There must be more. So I ordered another two sticky traps, immediately. I left him there, in his sticky hell, hoping I’ll possibly catch any others that may be roaming. He was silent before, but now that he’s awoken, he’s quietly sqeaking for help. Good…that will draw his companions closer. I felt guilty. But war has made my conscience go quiet. Like a tiny mouse, caught in one of these traps. Ok, no, I still feel bad, but as long as I don’t look in their eyes, I’m fine. The one under the couch had his butt to me, luckily. They work immediately. That’s pretty cool. The quick results will give you a serotinin boost, and there’s plenty of room for several of your furry, adorable, victims.

  8. Hal Drumheller

    Worked fineNeeds to be baited. We uses a piece of cheese.Put the trap and mouse – stuck but well alive – in a plastic bag and killed the mouse with a rubber mallet.

  9. ShoppingForThePerfect….

    We started out with 11 rats that came through our doggy door into our porch. Killed 8 the first night, 3 escaped into the walls. I diligently set clamp traps, and caught two of the rats, dead. We have one very elusive rat. He rarely comes out of the walls. I’m sure he’s eating my entire house from the inside out while I try to figure out ways to get him. In desperation, I decided to try glue traps, even though I hate them because they don’t actually kill the rat. I put one in the ceiling over the bathroom fan near where I know he often sleeps. One, under the armoire in the living room, on one of his typical runways. Last night, he must have somehow caught himself on the trap, because he dragged it 8 ft across the floor and firmly stuck the entire glue trap to our dogs bed. (The dogs were not allowed in the room the entire night, so it wasn’t them). I don’t know how the rat achieved this, but I might recommend that these traps should be fastened in some way to the spot they’re planted, because this is a very real mess. And of course, the rat got away. ????

  10. Garrett

    I put a small chip on the trap and set it where I knew the mice would occasionally go (my chip pantry, which has no crumbs or anything). Forgot all about it until I opened it up and there was a mouse stuck in the trap!I was skeptical that they would be able to escape, but once they’re in it is incredibly hard for them to wriggle out. The mouse struggled so much that he actually moved the square to the other side of the cabinet, and was still stuck!10/10 works great, low effort required!

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