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J.T. Eaton Introduces Speedy Clean Concept

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The patent-pending rodent station design features removable ramps for easy maintenance.

| March 11, 2011

TWINSBURG, OH — J.T. Eaton has infused a feature into two of its best-selling multiple-catch mouse traps, the Repeater and the Little Pete: removable ramps.

As the name implies Speedy Clean Repeaters and Speedy Clean Little Petes allow the professional to simply lift out a captured rodent, dispose of it properly, clean the ramp and place the ramp back into the station quickly and easily. If a ramp is damaged or heavily soiled, simply replace it in the station — no need to replace the entire unit. No tools are necessary to remove or install the ramps.

“Not only does the Speedy Clean design help simplify and speed up the trap inspection process, but it saves professionals money as well, by making stations last longer,” says Dale Baker, vice president and third-generation family member for the Twinsburg-based pest management product manufacturer. “Another benefit is that you need to carry fewer replacement stations on your truck — extra ramps can extend the life of each station.”

Baker says the Repeater station is the unit of choice for many professionals who want quick control in large areas. For tighter spots, the low-profile design of the Little Pete station is ideal.

For more information about the Speedy Clean stations, visit www.JTEaton.com.
 

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