How to Make Rat Trap?


To make a rat trap, you will need a plastic bottle of a minimum height 30cm, a box, a counterweight, adhesive tape, bait and books. Cut the bottleneck about 3cm in diameter so that the expected mouse can enter the bottle then tape the counterweight close to the bottleneck. Put the bait into the bottle and build up stairs with the books up to the box's height. Place the bottle horizontally and slightly off-balance on the edge of the box, which in this case acts as a pivot point. The counterweight at the entrance should rest on the stairs so as to stabilize the assembly.
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How to Make a Rat Trap
Rodents live all around us. Rodents help our ecosystem by removing harmful insects and other smaller critters that affect our food production. Rats in particular, do not harm anyone unless they are threatened. They are trainable and work nicely as great... More »
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