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Using a sticky surface to catch unwanted pests, Our Rat Glue Boards provide effective rodent control with no setting or baiting.


Box of 10 Industrial Rat Glue Boards


  • No Smell, No Odour
  • 10 x Boards in the box
  • Fantastic Price
  • Non-Toxic
  • Industrial Strength
  • Weather Resistant
  • No Baits Needed​

Size (length*width*height): 34cm x 22cm x 4cm
Availability: In Stock



Pest Control in a Box Glue Boards uses super adhesive glue to eliminate rats and mice. This glue is non-toxic so it is safe for everyone.
Rats can be seen dead right on their tracks therefore, you need not look for stinking and rotting rats all over your house or offices.
There are no harmful micro chemicals inhaled or scattered around the area (like poisonous feeds). Thus, preventing asthma, food poison, or ingestion by household pets or children.

You may or may not care, but poisonous feeds are by far the least humane way to deal with rats. The rats suffer as they die of internal bleeding and haemorrhaging and it is also a bad idea to put poison out in the environment.

Pest Control in a Box Glue Boards protects you and your family from the deadly LEPTOSPIROSIS and more than 70 diseases rats carry.
Pest Control in a Box Glue Boards is the ultimate rat and mice catching traps essential for every household and business establishments. It contains super adhesive and non-toxic glue that catches pesky rodents faster and more convenient than that of poisonous baits.

Pest Control in a Box Glue Boards protects your family from the deadly leptospirosis and over 70 other health-threatening diseases rats carry. Pest Control in a Box Glue Boards’ superior rat catching power leaves your household and business establishments free and protected by instantly stopping rats dead on their tracks.

How do you use Pest Control in a Box Glue Boards?

Pest Control in a Box Glue Boards are easy to use, just place them under the sink cabinet, near the garbage bin, drainage hole or to areas in which rodent activity are visible. Most of the time, there will be fecal matter (small and black pellets in appearance), holes, food or paper crumbs lying around the areas in which the rodents have been present. Wait for a few days (or even hours especially when placed at night) for these pesky rats to be trapped in the glue then, dispose properly.