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7 of 8 people found this review helpful:
By Mike on 04/29/2011
Good product. I use this for rodents and snakes in the field and for spiders in my own home. It is used industry wide by WCOs and PCOs alike.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
By Paul on 04/09/2012
I think it's a great product. It give me the option of reusing my self made traps by just changing out the sticky material. I can also modify or make any design trap I want, for any situation. The material is very sticky, but easy to work with, if you fallow the simple instructions. I run a nuisance wildlife control business. Sometimes the industry doesn't have exactly what I need, and I have to be innovative. In the use of sticky traps, Trapper Glue lets me accomplish that. Thanks for carrying a great product!
4 of 10 people found this review helpful:
Need to dissolve this material
By Bryan on 08/13/2012
Need more info so can dissolve material and spray it onto surfaces. Looking to apply with conventional spray equipment or airless paint gun with filters taken out. Looking to apply this outside branches on a tree thanks
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
Good sticky stuff
By J on 11/12/2012
Quickly shipped. Good stuff. Easy to use IF you follow the directions.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful:
too hard to work on cardboard
By Tryzoni on 12/16/2012
Its too hard to work glue on the board. Is there an easy way to make the glue more vicious. Its too hard.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
By Joyce on 09/24/2012
This is a great product, takes just a small amount on a plastic lid, smooth's out by itself after sitting a few minutes....very cost effective compared to those glue trap I've purchased in the store, probably no more than a few cents a trap....shipping from this company was very fast, had my product in a couple of days, I highly recommend this product.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
By Don on 06/27/2014
Made Yellow Fly Traps using gallon jugs. Fairly easy to spread but it does take time to do so. Although it is thick the glue does run and slowly drip so be careful where you hang them. Could use less glue and spread again a few days later. Had several people wanting to know where to purchase Trapper so they could make traps themselves. I will be purchasing more.
By Gary on 04/02/2015
Although I have not used the home made traps yet, I am antisipating good results. Used a small crock pot to soften up the glue. This worked great. Could even use a throw away paint brush to apply the glue exactly where I wanted it.