Mouse and Rat Control Products
Nixalite Mouse and Rat Control Products
trap and repel unwanted mice and rats. Electronic and manual traps are a humane way to rid your space of mice and rats.
have a body length of 3 to 4” and a tail length of an additional 2 to 4”. Average weight is 1/2 to 1 ounce. House mice vary in color, but the short fur is generally light brown to black with a lighter colored belly. The ears and tail have very little hair.
Adult brown rat’s fur is coarse and usually brown or dark grey, with lighter grey or brown bellies. They can be 10 inches long with the tail the same length as the body. Adult males weigh up to 1-1/2 pounds with the female weighing just under 1 pound.
Mouse Fact Sheet
Rat Fact Sheet
Copper Blocker Pest Stopper
Keep small birds, bats, rodents and insects from getting through the cracks with Copper Blocker pest stopper. Copper mesh 100 foot roll x 5 inches wide.
PVC Termination Vent Screen
Prevent wildlife, leaves and debris from getting into your PVC exhaust vent pipes. Easily attaches to standard PVC pipe fitting flange.(not included) Available in 2", 3", 4" and 6" sizes.
Raticator Max Electronic Rat Trap
Raticator Max is the Power Tool for Rodent Control. It quickly and humanely kills mice and rats. Has on/off switch, indicator light that tells you when it has done it's job. Batteries not included.
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Raticator Plus Electronic Rat Trap
Raticator Plus is the Power Tool for Rodent Control. It quickly and humanely kills mice and rats. Has on/off switch, indicator light that tells you when it has done it's job. Batteries not included.
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Fresh Cab Botanical Rodent Repellent
Repel rodents naturally and safely with Fresh Cab pouches. The only rodent repellent registered for indoor applications. Uses natural oils and aromatics to humanely repel nuisance rodents. Sold in 2 - 4 pack boxes.
Stick-Em City Rat & Snake Glue Trap
Economical Stick-Em Glue Traps for indoor snake & rat capture and relocation. Stick-Em Glue Traps for Snakes and Rats will trap and hold snakes rats, mice, spiders, scorpions and other nuisance insects.
RoadBlock Bio-Repellents for Rodents
An easy to use, naturally effective pass through box that has the DeTour repellent already applied. Place the RoadBlock boxes directly in the path of rodent to ensure they have to pass through the double door box. When they do, they get a dose of the DeTour repellent.
Small Animal Trap Front Release 18x5x5
Live capture trap designed for chipmunks, small squirrels, rats, gophers and similar small animals. Built to last for years, quality inspected and easy to set and use. One front release door. 18"x5"x5" #TH102XL
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Victor PRO Electronic Mouse Trap
Safe, Fast and Effective. Uses 4 -AA Batteries (not included) for up to 100 kills. Indicator light lets you know when the job is done. Never touch a dead mouse again!
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Professional Mouse Control Combo Pack From Nixalite. Safe, Fast and Effective Indoor Mouse Control. 1 Botanical Repellent 4 Pack and 1 Victor Electronic Mouse Trap. Limited Time Only.
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JAWZ Mouse and Rat Traps
Easy to set, Easy to empty. Set with hand or foot without danger of getting fingers snapped. Sold in 4 packs
JT Eaton Mouse Trap 4-pack
Expanded trigger and the strongest spring available. Heavy duty construction with adjustable trigger sensitivity. 4 per package.
JT420 Repeater Mouse Trap
Repeater™ Multiple Catch Mouse Trap with solid lid. Sold in singles or packed 12 per case with 12 service logs and instructions.
Little Pete Slim mouse trap
Little Pete® Slim Multiple Catch Mouse Trap with solid lid. Sold in singles or packed 12 per case with service logs and instructions.
AUF - Animal Urine Remover
AUF™ totally digests animal urine, marking scents and odors everywhere. It effectivley digests urine from animals of every shape and size.
Stop animals from getting into your home! Single flue guards are made in the USA from 18 ga. expanded metal mesh in stainless or black painted galvanized steel. Tamper proof bolt-on design that pests cannot remove.
Roof Vent Guards
Protect your property from pest birds and animals with Roof Vent Guards. Made in the USA from 18 ga. expanded metal mesh in stainless steel or black painted galvanized steel. Other sizes available. Use screws/nails to install (not supplied).
Crown Vent Guards
Crown Vent Guards prevent over hanging tree debris from blocking the needed air flow to your roof vents. They also stop squirrels and other wildlife from gaining entry and nesting in unscreened rooftop PVC vent pipes.
Dryer Vent Guards
Stops persistent birds, squirrels and other pests from living in exhaust vents. Fits over most 3 and 4 inch dryer/bathroom vents. Made in the USA from white, powder coated stainless steel wire mesh. Use screws to install (not supplied).
Defender Access + Dryer Vent Guards
The Defender’s vertical bars keep the air flowing, allowing lint to pass through and minimizing blockages. New style has a drop down front for easy cleaning. The Defender stops birds and squirrels from entering the dryer exhaust system and making it their home. Made in the USA from zinc coated steel with a powder coated finish. Building code compliant for dryer applications
SolaTrim Pest Barrier
The SolaTrim Pest Barrier is an all-weather, long lasting pest, bird and debris abatement system designed to prevent Pigeons and Rodents from nesting under or damaging residential solar panel system arrays.
Solar Panel Exclusion
Protect solar panels with SolarGuard bird screen wire mesh and clip system that prevents pest birds and animals from getting behind the solar panels. This no drill solution provides long lasting and discreet exclusion.
Galvanized Wire Mesh
Nixalite offers full rolls of galvanized wire mesh barriers. Ideal for keeping out nuisance animals and birds, the welded wire mesh barriers can be cut to fit, molded into shapes and installed over, under or around all types of objects, gaps, openings and more.
Stainless Steel Wire Mesh
Nixalite offers full rolls of stainless steel wire mesh barriers. Ideal for keeping out nuisance animals and birds, the welded wire mesh can be cut to fit, molded into shapes and installed over, under or around all types of objects, gaps, openings and more.
Mouse Fact Sheet
Rat Fact Sheet
Mice Impact on Human Health:
How to locate rodents in your home:
House mice can transmit lethal diseases to humans. A few of these include; leptospirosis, murine typhus, rickettsial pox, tularemia, lymphocytic choriomeningitis and bubonic plague. House mice regularly consume and contaminate grains and seeds with their urine, droppings, dander and hair.
Mice Impact on Property: House mice cause millions of dollars of damage to stored products and food all over the world. Most of this loss is due to contamination with their droppings, urine, dander and hair. House mice damage buildings with their gnawing and nest-building activities. They often make nests in stored or infrequently used appliances, cars, trucks, boats and RVs. They chew up wires and insulation, causing short circuits and electrical fires.
Rat Impact on Human Health: Like other rodents, brown rats can transmit pathogens to humans. These can cause Weil’s disease, rat bite fever, cryptosporidiosis, viral hemorrhagic fever, Q fever and hantavirus pulmonary syndrome. They also spread the Toxoplasma gondii parasite that causes toxoplasmosis in humans.
Rat Impact on Property: Brown rats cause millions of dollars of damage to stored products and food all over the world. Most of this loss is due to contamination with their droppings, urine and hair. Rats damage property with their gnawing and nest-building activities. They often make nests in stored or infrequently used appliances, cars,
trucks, boats and RVs. They chew wires, causing short circuits and electrical fires.
These pests are most common in wall and roof spaces, cupboards, and other storage areas, and may not be immediately obvious. If you have a sneaking suspicion that rodents may have made your house home, there are a few things you can watch out for (other than an actual critter) that may signal an infestation.
Probably one of the more common signs you have rodents in your home is the presence of droppings, which can range between 3 and 6 millimeters long, depending on whether you're dealing with mice or rats.
You'll often find droppings in areas where food is kept, as well as under sinks, along baseboards and on top of wall beams, and even inside cardboard boxes. Since mice droppings can trigger allergies, carry harmful bacteria, and even transmit serious diseases like salmonella, it's important to use gloves and some antiseptic spray to quickly clean up the mess and dispose of it outside your house right before you call pest control.
Definitely one of the creepier signs of an infestation is the sound of rodents scurrying around in your walls, attic, or heck, right across your living room mainly at nighttime. Rats and mice are especially fond of wall and roof spaces since they're secluded areas where nests can easily be built.
If you're worried about critters getting to family heirlooms or other valuables in your attic or storage areas, it's best to store those items in sealed plastic containers rather than cardboard boxes, which can be easily chewed through.
Believe it or not, rodents can cause major damage just by chewing. And they can chew through materials you wouldn't even suspect — including plastic and lead pipes, electrical wiring, and more — leading to pricey repair bills and even safety hazards. If you see gnaw marks around your place, there's a good chance pests are inhabiting your home and it's time for further inspection.
Typically built in secluded areas like attics or wall spaces as to remain undisturbed, you won't necessarily see a rat or mouse nest right off the bat. What you may see first are the materials typically used to build them, seemingly strewn randomly throughout your place (since rodents generally operate at night). These items may include shredded paper, packing materials, cotton, pieces of fabric, and wall insulation.
Upping a rat's nasty quotient is its naturally oily fur, which attracts all kinds of dirt and grease. After a few trips between their nest and their food source, they often start leaving dark tracks or rub marks along your home's floorboards and walls. These tracks are often signs of rats as opposed to signs of mice, which can help you narrow down which rodent you're dealing with.