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Woodstream Introduces Victor Tri-Kill Mouse Trap

Rodent Control Products

New product can kill three mice at once, company says.

| November 29, 2012

LITITZ, Pa. - Woodstream has introduced its new Victor Tri-Kill Mouse Trap, a unique trap cabable of humanely dispatching three mice at once, the company reports.

It provides a quick and clean solution and is simple to use, Woodstream said. The trap is baited through the underside, and the trap can be placed against a wall. The trap can be reused or disposed of, and will not harm children or pets, the company said.

For more information visit woodstreampro.com.

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