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Provoke Mouse Attractant is the first and only attractant designed specifically for mice, according to their food preferences. Simply place a small amount of Provoke on the your snap trap or mouse multi-catch trap or glue board. Your trap will now become twice as enticing! In a recent field study where several cases of mouse traps were placed â€“ half with Provoke and half with peanut butter-- 29 mice were caught within the first hour by traps using Provoke, while only 3 mice were caught by the peanut butter traps.
|Application:||Place a small amount of Provoke on your snap trap, mouse multi-catch trap or glue board. PROVOKE mouse attractant works best if there are no other food sources that the mice have gotten use to. If they are already eating nuts, pet food, or other sources in the area, then try that for bait or nesting material instead of provoke.|
|Special Features:||Non-toxic and hypoallergenic. This water soluble attractant won't stain carpet or clothing.|
|Shipping Weight:||0.14 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Bell Labs (Mfg. Number: PR2092)|
Attracting mice to traps is key to successful mouse management. Traps and glue boards that mice just skirt around are useless. Now you can lure mice to the target area with Provoke Mouse Attractant, a proven mouse lure that works even better than peanut butter. A few drops of the Provoke Mouse Attractant gel on your choice of mouse trap or glue board trap will make your traps more effective. To learn about successfully managing a mouse infestation please read our informative article House Mouse Prevention and Control.
- Use Provoke Mouse Attractant on any mouse snap trap, multiple-catch trap, or bait station for quick, superior results.
- GEL formula is easy to apply, stays where its placed, and won’t evaporate.
- Non-toxic, hypoallergenic.
- More effective than peanut butter.
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30 of 39 people found this review helpful:
To the review that says it doesnt work
By I in newyork newyork on 03/03/2010
It does work, but you can't use it when you leave human food out and expect them to eat the bait first and not the human food. Would your dog rather have your steak or his dog food? Same concept for mice and rats. They are always going to go to your food first. Maybe you should clean your pans after you are done using them PUT AWAY ALL OF YOUR FOOD, maybe clean your kitchen every day like a normal person and make sure there is no spec of food ANYWHERE then put this stuff in your traps. You will be singing a different tune. By the way, mice don't thrive in clean homes. Scrub your countertops and stove tops so there is no food on them BECAUSE THATS THE ONLY REASON MICE WILL TRAVEL TO THEM. They don't run through open spaces willingly either unless they are going toward food. So I imagine your kitchen is also cluttered. Stop blaming great products and start fixing the problem.
20 of 22 people found this review helpful:
Forget the Peanut Butter
By Michelle in Perth Amboy, NJ on 08/16/2010
I saw some droppings and knew there was a mouse. The super saw it. We set some snap traps. The mouse ate all the peanut butter and left some "presents." Then I smeared some of this stuff on a trap, 3 min. later, SNAP! It's dead!
16 of 16 people found this review helpful:
It works, but not the best.
By Chris in Milford, MA on 09/13/2010
This gave me the idea of trying an attractant along with sticky bait. I immediately got mice with an attractant, where before they would not even take the peanut butter alone after weeks of trying. Smart mice! Since then I have tried using a drop of vanilla extract on top of bait, and that got even better results. I got all the house mice (5) after a few days.
15 of 17 people found this review helpful:
By Ecopest in Las Vegas, NV on 01/27/2010
I have used Provoke at least 200 times at rodent calls. Love this product. Easy to use. We carry it in all of our service trucks.
13 of 13 people found this review helpful:
Finally caught one!
By Funkadelicia in Perth Amboy, NJ on 07/28/2010
Droppings in kitchen. I'm not a slob, I hate to clean. I have never done so much cleaning in my life, paranoid about leaving food for mice to eat. I cleaned with Lysol with bleach, then sprayed Steri-fab to kill germs. Back in the day Dad killed lots of mice with his friend Victor and cheese. I heard that mice prefer peanut butter. I bought some snap traps at home depot, baited with peanut butter, I got fat mice and more droppings. I baited the mini t-rex traps because I'm disabled, have use of only 1 hand. I smeared some provoke on them. after I left kitchen, about 5 min, snap! dead mouse like in the old days. Does Provoke work in the Victor old school traps too?
Don't waste your money.
By Michele in Balto., MD on 05/07/2017
Haven't caught a single mouse.
Provoke mouse attractant
By Laura in Buffalo on 02/14/2017
provoke mouse attractant
By John in st louis mo on 02/02/2017
mouse attractant dosnot work its no good
Greatest pest repellent!
By Sarah in Brooklyn, New York on 01/27/2017
Caught no mice whatsoever since using this. As soon as this was wiped and washed out of the traps we've been catching them again. Don't know why this doesn't work but I'd rather catch them with old fashioned peanut butter, with some grain on top, than use this stuff Firstly this DOES NOT squeeze out of the bottle, even when kept in a very wam place, upside down! Had to use a syringe, minus the needle, to suck it up from the bottle and then use. Totally useless stuff, sorry, but that's what we found!
By Raymond in Richfield on 01/09/2017
I did buy 12 mouse trap and used this product but did not work. The mouse still around.
Thank you for your feedback! We are sorry that you are having difficulty catching mice with the products that you purchased. Trapping can take a fair amount of trial and error, as well as sanitation to remove any competing food and water sources that may be available to the rodents you are targeting. If you are seeing evidence of rodent activity near traps but not catching them, then you can always try pre-baiting traps by placing bait on top of traps without actually setting it to lure the rodents into trusting the new item in their environment. You can also view additional tips in our Mice Treatment Guide here: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/how-to-get-rid-of-mice-a-521.html We are also happy to assist you over the phone at 866-581-7378 M-F 9a-5p EST.
Decent product needs better design
By Barbaros in Quincy on 11/25/2016
I ordered this product first time. It seems pretty effective. I used half of my traps with peanut and other half with provoke mouse attract. They both are effective. I did not see any difference. But is much easier to apply provoke mouse attract, it get harder to use when it gets toward the end. It could have been much better if design in a way that could be stored upside down.
By Brandon4791 in Fayetteville, AR on 09/14/2016
I saw a mouse on my way out yesterday morning. When I got back home I put out glue boards with a couple drops of this bait. This morning, there was the mouse. We picked up the glue board and put it in an old box and found a heavily wooded, undeveloped area and poured canola oil on the mouse, it worked itself free and ran away. I'm eager to see what happens with my other glue boards or was this little guy flying solo
works as advertised
By Randee in Salem, OR on 07/29/2016
immediate results after using mouse attactant
not sure how I feel
By Sharon in Goodlettsville, tn on 06/01/2016
I was so excited thinking this would be the thing...but, honestly, I do not notice any difference between this and regular peanut butter. Even when I re-do the trap with new attractant every other day no increase in catching...
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By Philip in CAMBRIDGE, MD on 04/14/2016
I was skeptical that it would work better than a piece of dog food stuck on with peanut butter (still the best for areas with kids and dogs). This stuff worked great 5 of 5 traps struck within 2 days and PB was 0 for 5 they chose the Provoke over the PB and paid the price.
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QHow much Provoke Mouse Attractant do I put on each glue trap that is 17 X 9?
The mice came in our house (which is a end-row home) back in December. In June, we had a micro tornado that took off my neighbor's roof and we are seeing at least four mice a day. We are hearing them in the ceiling. Also, the exterminator was just selling the stuff that did not work.
AYou only need a small pea sized amount of Provoke Mouse Attractant in the middle of each glue board, as a little goes a long way. For the best results, it is also important to place the glue boards in areas that the mice are likely to travel. Glue boards should be placed parallel to walls, in cabinets where there has been mouse activity and directly in their path of travel wherever possible.
11/01/2013 Margurett from Gordonville,tx
QWill Provoke Mouse Attractant hurt my dogs?
Will this hurt my dogs if they should get to it or to a mouse that has died from it? I raise short haired wheaten terriers.
QHow long does Provoke last? What is the frequency in replacing Provoke in traps?
AHow long Provoke lasts depends on how much moisture is in the air, but typically an application will be attractive for up to 30 days. If you have a lot of rodent activity then you should replace as often as needed if the rodents are eating it before the trap goes off.
10/27/2013 Rick from North Port,fl
QWill Provoke mouse attractant work for Voles?
AUnfortunately, the Provoke Mouse Attractant is only labeled for Mice so we cannot say for certain whether Voles would be attracted to the Provoke Mouse Attractant. Please take a look at our Vole Control Page for other options to kill or repel voles.
12/01/2016 Scott from Dallas, Tx
QDoes Provoke Mouse Attractant work for mice and rats?
I am not sure if I have mice or rats. Will this attract both?