|For use in:||Residential, commercial, or industrial buildings, Can be used to accurately determine the location, species and severity of insect infestations|
|Application:||Place near baseboards, corners, along walls, or in spaces where insects are likely to travel|
|Pet safe:||Yes, but should be used in places not readily accessible to pets and children to prevent tampering.|
|Dimensions:||7 in. x 3 1/2 in.|
|Special Features:||Non-poisonous glue trap, can be used whole as a large trap or separated along perforated lines into three smaller traps, adhesive backing sticks to nearly any clean surface, contains space to record the date and location of use|
|Manufactured By:||Bell Labs (Manufacturer Product Number: TM2600)|
The Trapper Monitor and Insect Trap - TM2600 is a non-poisonous glue trap that captures and monitors insects. Pest control professionals use these traps to accurately determine the location, species and severity of insect infestations. The sturdy 7" x 3.5" cardboard trap can be used individually as a large trap (100 per box) or separated along perforated lines into three smaller traps (making 300 total small traps). The traps contain an adhesive backing which allows them to be stuck to almost any surface. There is a space to record the date and location of use.
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Trapper Insect Traps
By Sharyn on October 5, 2010
I would only see one or two bugs but the traps showed me how many were really there. Fantastic product to catch the bugs that get in the house.
Trapper Monitor Insect Trap
By S on December 3, 2010
These work well for catching spiders, crickets, etc. that come in under a basement door. The prices were lower here than anywhere else and shipping was fast.
By Kirsten on July 6, 2011
This was the best price I could find. We have used these types of traps before and wanted to stock up. Because of the low price and shipping we were able to put them all over the house. Our spider problem is quickly improving!
Great on spiders
By Ron on November 19, 2011
I have tried the larger flat type and these that have locking flaps. I prefer these as our main problem has been spiders. With these I can get three traps per card and each can fold over and lock. I have them all over and its very interesting to see all of the insects that they catch. I have started sharing some with my friends and they all like them as well.
By Sara on January 1, 2012
These are working really well for us. I like that we break the traps into smaller ones, which is much more economical than using a large one when a small will do. we don't actually use the commitment flaps on the larger or medium (two sections) ones, so I can't really rate them (was afraid it would deter the roaches). Only problem is that we usually have to use double sided tape to help the traps lay flush, as the sticky trip in the bottom is enough to keep it stuck on the ground, but doesn't help it lay flat.
By Mike on October 17, 2012
in conjunction with regular spraying, a good way to reduce the population of roaches. Here in Louisiana, it is almost impossible to be fully rid of them, but with these traps, it feels as if we are. Thanks.
Trapper Insect traps
By Mollie on March 11, 2013
I've ordered from you in the past and the last order I placed was for a friend. This should tell you how very pleased I am with your insect traps. I keep them at my ranch where I've been plagued with scorpians and they are great!!
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July 22, 2010Ym asked:
QHow are roaches attracted to the Trapper monitor/insect trap?
AThe Trapper Insect Monitoring traps do not have an attractant. They are just a monitoring tool. The traps should be placed where insects or roaches may harbor. They will get stuck on the trap as they travel. These traps are perfect for placement inside and underneath cabinets, under or behind appliances, etc.
August 18, 2011Eric from Lawton, Ok asked:
QIs the glue in your unscented mouse board different from insect and mouse?
I was wondering if there is different kind of glue that is used for the boards geaed towards insects.
AThe glue on the mouse/insect glueboards is thicker and able to hold a mouse and the glue on the insect glueboards is much thinner and able to hold only insects.