RATSAK Attract improves the performance of any rodent trap by enticing rats and mice. This Attractant paste for traps is a ready to use and poison free formulation that can be used on any rat and mouse trap including wooden traps, plastic snap traps, live catch traps and bait stations.

The highly palatable aromatic paste attracts rats and mice, and will help lure them to the trap. The paste can be used instead of cheese, peanut butter or hazelnut spread. Attracting more rats and mice to engage with the trap will lead to an improved effectiveness of your trapping strategy.

Features

  • Specially formulated - super tasty and aromatic paste for increased lure of rats and mice
  • Improves kill rate - greater attraction and interaction of rats and mice to the trap, and improve the effectiveness of your trapping strategy
  • Non-toxic - ready-to-use corn paste formulation
  • Easy to use - syringe applicator for easy and mess free bait placement
  • Reusable – only requires small amount of paste per trap
  • Can be used on all types of rat and mouse traps
  • Use instead of cheese, peanut butter or hazelnut spread


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