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Woodstream Offers the Victor Kill & Seal Mouse Trap

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The trap quickly and humanely kills the mouse and then seals in all the contaminants, biohazards and odors

| September 3, 2010

Woodstream now offers the new Victor Kill & Seal Mouse Trap. This patented hygienic trap quickly and humanely kills the mouse and then seals in all the contaminants, biohazards and odors. The catch is also not visible. Kill & Seals totally sealed design makes it an ideal control device for use in sensitive areas such as schools, offices, health care facilities, day care centers and other similar locations. Just put attractant on the underside of the bait hatch, pull the red lever down to set catch mechanism and place trap in area of mouse activity. When the mouse is caught the red door closes to indicate a catch. The entire trap is then disposed of to prevent contact with the catch or its contaminants. Victors Kill & Seal model M265 comes two traps per box.

For more information visit Woodstreampro.com.

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