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The Flip N Slide Mouse/Rat Trap
Turn an ordinary 5-gallon bucket into the best trap on the market. No more dealing with 1 time use traps that are often ineffective and unsanitary. With our new Flip N' Slide bucket lid all you have to do is snap it on to a standard sized 5-gallon bucket and boom you're catching mice and rats.
Why buy the Flip N Slide over conventional traps?
- Proven higher catch rate. In a quantitative test, we setup 5 different traps in a barn infested with Mice/Rats. We used the same bait for each and set them up all in a row in order to receive accurate results. The test concluded that the Flip N’ Slide had beaten the other “Multi Catch” traps by almost 4x
- Automatically resets and holds upwards of 30 mice and 10+ medium sized Rats; Unlike conventional traps which only catch 1 or 2
- No mess that you must clean up afterwards; simply release or dump your friendly intruders outside(Far away from your house preferably)
- Reusable: The Flip N' Slide is not a one and done throwaway product. You can use our trap repeatedly without having to toss it out.
I've tried other no-kill or humane methods of reducing my mice around the chicken coops, but I could only catch them one or two at a time. This has been my best investment yet! In 2 nights I caught all these... I make sure I add a small cup of water throughout the day and some food and then I drove far enough away from the house and dropped the contents in the woods. Some were still hiding in their shavings when I left. I feel like I gave them their best start at a new home.
This is that better mouse trap that people were trying to build for years. I got 3 the 1st night. So chipmunks have also been caught. Peanut butter on the inside lid worked ok but the black seeds from bird seed is what they really want. I use a Lowe’s bucket. The little ramp is just alittle too short but I just made due.
After watching th YouTube videos on this trap I was very impressed and hopeful, but the first night we caught the mouse that's been in our pantry.
This worked perfectly. Left it in the garage over night with the suet these two had been snacking on. Next morning they were waiting in the bucket to be released outside where they belong. Easy installation, minimal effort. Just need the 5 gal bucket and an enticing snack for the critters.
Well that didn't take long! Wonder how many I will catch tonight. Won't be eating my plants anymore!! Very easy to set up and apparently very effective.
I bought this gadget to humanely catch chipmunks and redeem myself in the eyes of God. I was using the old-fashioned and highly effective "chipper dipper" bucket method. After scooping a few struggling chipmunks out of my new in-ground pool, I noticed the little guys can actually swim pretty well. This led to the awful realization that my bucket of death is a cruel method of pest control where they swim around terrified for way too long until completely exhausted and then they die. I am surely going to Hell. After 10 Hail Marys, 5 Our Fathers, and a donation to a wildlife rehab, I tried snap traps thinking this would at least be quick and they wouldn't know what hit them. I caught mice. I guess that's to be expected and is technically a bonus, but the chipmunks were still digging around my foundation, nesting in my lawn tractor and generally mocking me by shrieking every time I walked around the corner of the house. I prayed for a solution and Facebook answered with the Flip N Slide Bucket Lid. Praise Jesus and the inventors of this device. I can now rest easy knowing I am not needlessly murdering small critters and I may see St. Peter after all. In the video, you can see that I don't even have the trap set up correctly. The ladder is on the ground (because a fat squirrel tried to climb it in a previous video) but the chipper hops right up and takes a nosedive moments later. I saw a video where a mouse was able to jump back out of the bucket by bumping the opposite end of the trap door open. It's possible, but that mouse was either super smart or extremely lucky, jumping in exactly the right spot. My chipmunk wasn't so lucky or smart and stayed trapped for several hours, according to the timestamp on my trailcam. I took my first step towards atoning for my sins by releasing this guy in a nice wooded area several miles away. I'm no fool. I drove him across a river first. They're good swimmers, but I feel fairly confident that the CT River is wide enough and will not be parted by the Moses of chipmunks. Back to the bucket, though. You need to buy your own. They are a few bucks at Lowes and this lid fits perfectly. It snaps on very easily. The trap door sets in two grooves and is very tippy as you can see in the video when my guy falls in. The ladder attaches in a slot and I think it would've stayed in place if the chunky squirrel didn't climb it. At one point, several birds landed on it and the bucket lid. I used peanut butter and sunflower seeds as bait. I smeared the peanut butter on the inside of the trap and stuck seeds to it, then sprinkled seeds on the lid and around the base and ladder. I was worried one of the birds might fall in and injure itself in a panic. Luckily that didn't happen as they were not willing to go underneath where the peanut butter and seeds were stuck. The squirrels are big enough to hold on and get under to steal the bait. A few lost their grip and almost fell in, but easily jumped clear. I think if a squirrel did fall in, he would be able to pop the top off the bucket to get out. It's not a super tight fit but it would definitely hold mice and chipmunks and anything else that couldn't easily reach the top. Other people gave advice to tape the trap door closed and bait the trap a few times so the critters can get used to it. If they get the bait without falling in a few times, they'll feel safe going up there. I did not do this and plenty of critters seemed to feel perfectly safe. I caught the one I wanted, so it's a win. You could also put water in the bucket and end it, if you're heartless and mean. If you're going to do that, save your money. They will jump in without the fancy ladder and lid, trust me. As far as the trap goes, it seems sturdy enough and is extremely easy to use. I thought the price was a little high, considering it doesn't even come with a bucket, but it is made in America and it works, so I won't complain. This real Flip N Slip definitely does work and was worth a couple of more bucks to me. I'm hoping that also scores me a few extra points with the big guy. I thank you for reading my short novel and ask that you'll say a little prayer that I inch closer to a spot in line at the pearly gates (when my time comes, many many years from now) with each chipmunk I safely ferry across the river. Amen.
This trap is great. I recommend putting in your five gallon bucket with a large glass planter jar. Then fill the bucket with lots of seeds. DO NO ADD WATER YET! Wait a day to check and if you have mice then fill the bucket up with water this will drown them. Feed the wet meals to other wild life. The glass planter jar will keep them from eating the plastic bucket. Smear peanut butter on the inside lid roof and stick with seeds.15 mice caught near my chickens! NOT FOR RATS,
After trying all sorts of devices, both purchased and DIY, I FINALLY found this! What a great invention...makes it simple, clean and cheap to capture mice before they make their way into the house!
I got mouse infestation at rental property. Rats crawled into attic away from cold and started going after tenant's dog food making holes in the drywalls. I used peanut butter at the top of the trap and put some peanuts in the bucket. After 3 weeks I checked and it smelled pretty bad in the bucket. Wow it works and caught 5 of them and seem to removed the rodent infestation in the property. Exterminator who stop by was impressed by it. I dumped the rats and reset the trap just in case.