2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale
2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale__after
2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale__front
2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale__left

Brand
J T Eaton
Color
Multi
Material
Multi
Item Dimensions LxWxH
0.88 x 5.12 x 11 inches
Item Weight
0.42 Pounds


JT Eaton 844 Pest Catchers Large Spider and Cricket Size Glue

Stick'em captures all types of pests

The famous STICK-EM non-drying, non-flowing glue retains its superior holding power indefinitely and is ecologically friendly. Our thermo-formed, Ready-To-Use plastic trays help prevent glue seepage problems. Non-Poisonous, solvent free, and without noxious odors, JT EATON Glue Traps are perfect for people-sensitive areas such as home, apartments, and more.

  • Captures spiders and other insects without the use of poisons. Works in a wide temperature range.
  • Will also trap and hold mice.
  • No bait needed
  • Instruction in both English and Spanish

Description

JT Eaton Cricket and Spider Glue Trap is non-poisonous, providing long lasting and optimal protection. Specially designed to work on every crawling, hopping and slithering insect. Available in a 4 pack.

Product information

Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

Related posts

Customer Questions

Sorry, we were unable to perform your search at this time.

There was a problem completing your request. Please try again later.

Don''t see the answer you''re looking for?

Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product.

Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.

Please enter a question.

Q: Anyone ever catch scorpions in this?

A: Big spiders and a small mouse, but no scorpions - however, if a scorpion stepped on it, he…

Vlad | 5 years ago

Q: Is it so attractive to crickets that they will come into the house in search of it? That''…

A: No, I don''t think they will as the scent doese not carry far. I use them in the basement f…

Anna | 5 years ago

Q: How to remove from bottom of shoe? The packaging had tips but I threw t away already and c…

A: I''m sure you''ve thrown the shoe out by now, but for anyone else who needs it...package rea…

Summer | 2 years ago

Q: catch roahes?

A: I would say it would. I despise glue traps and never bought any because it’s one the most …

Melissa Lowe | 2 years ago

Customer reviews

4.6 out of 54.6 out of 5
1,188 global ratings

Top reviews from the United States

wannabe perfectionist 💬
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Works wonders for Camel/Cave/Spider crickets + TIP ** UPDATED **
Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2019
There is nothing like waking up to your wife or kids screaming top of their lungs in your family room in basement because they see a jumping cricket once in a while. These crickets are known as camel cricket, spider cricket, or cave cricket. You don''t see them... See more
There is nothing like waking up to your wife or kids screaming top of their lungs in your family room in basement because they see a jumping cricket once in a while. These crickets are known as camel cricket, spider cricket, or cave cricket.

You don''t see them during the summer but when outside temperature drops during late fall or early winter, they find their ways to make it inside your home as their winter survival instinct kicks in.

They are completely harmless and have no effect on your house but they certainly do have huge effect on making your kids and wife scream and run for their lives.

I was skeptical the very first time I purchased this back in 2014 but they really do work wonders because JT Eaton somehow figured out how to create a scent that attracts these crickets. I place them in the corner against the wall as soon as I encounter first cricket in the late fall and I usually don''t see them afterwards because they are attracted to the scent and get trapped by the glue.

You will be amazed how many crickets this trap can catch. Many times, I have to replace the trap because it''s full of crickets and there''s no more opening to catch more crickets. I know it sounds and visually disgusting but this thing really works wonders and I would rather deal with throwing away a trap full of dead crickets than hearing my kids and wife screaming whenever they see a cricket inside our house. I wish I can give 6 stars for this amazing product.

TIP: I usually lean a cardboard against the wall to make a "tunnel", which seems to attract the crickets even more. Placing it under the sofa or behind a furniture also works very well.

** UPDATED on 11/19/2019 **

It''s getting cold now in NY and I saw first cricket in my finished basement couple of weeks ago so I placed few traps and it didn''t fail me (see 2 new photos). This thing is really a wonder... It even managed to catch a fly and a centipede
If you have a cricket problem, look no further and just buy this trap. You won''t regret it.

I hope the pictures and my tip was useful to you!
40 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
Meredith
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I knew we had a lot of crickets in the garage, but I had no idea we had THAT many!
Reviewed in the United States on September 25, 2018
September on the coastal plain of Maryland, slab house, lots of rain, and in come the camel crickets, invading like it''s Beach Week in Ocean City. These guys don''t make noise like "regular" crickets, but they are CREEPY, they jump in your face when you get close to... See more
September on the coastal plain of Maryland, slab house, lots of rain, and in come the camel crickets, invading like it''s Beach Week in Ocean City. These guys don''t make noise like "regular" crickets, but they are CREEPY, they jump in your face when you get close to them, and some fraction of the invading population always ends up in our showers, where naked people are VERY THRILLED to encounter them. Sorry not sorry camel-cricket guys, I JUST DON''T LIKE YOU!

We finally realized ground zero is the garage (I suppose this should have been obvious), and after debating various methodology (flame throwers, chemical weapons, relocating, etc.), we decided to try these traps.

Um, WOW!! I think the pictures say it all. Everyone decided to come to the party!! Whatever''s in the sticky glue, it was like dollar beer night at Coconuts -- couldn''t keep ''em away! These things WORK!!

I should say, they''re still kind of squirming in there, and it''s a little sad, that they''re all just stuck hanging out and watching their friends die. I should probably feel pretty bad about it, really, but the fact that these guys will not be showing up in my shower brings a happiness much stronger than any reservations I might have about being a cold-blooded killer.

The reviewers who didn''t catch anything, I''m guessing your crickets must be extra smart and/or completely sober, perhaps evolved in some way that mine are not. Or your garage is not nearly as disgusting and creepy as ours is. It was literally one overnight for the traps to fill like this!

Eww eww and eww. Ordered more. Come one, come all -- the sticky glue party awaits!! Bring your friends!
33 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
JOAT
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
We''re going to need a bigger boat!
Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2014
I have a LOT more crickets than I thought. Before I got these traps I used an electronic swatter to kill them, one at a time. It was electrifying, but the thrill was wearing off. These were delivered on Monday and I put two of them down that same day in late afternoon.... See more
I have a LOT more crickets than I thought. Before I got these traps I used an electronic swatter to kill them, one at a time. It was electrifying, but the thrill was wearing off. These were delivered on Monday and I put two of them down that same day in late afternoon. By Friday morning, both traps are covered with dead crickets. I don''t mean just one or ten; you can barely see the yellow tray underneath the horde of crickets.
It''s nice to get a product that works so well.
Update: It''s only been a week, but I''ve ordered another box of traps. The four that came in the original box have filled up with dead crickets. I''ve uploaded an image to show what has happened - lots of dead crickets. These things are great. It was easy to throw out the "used" traps. The crickets all seem dead (no movement at all), so it''s just a matter of picking the trap up by the edges and tossing it in a garbage bag. Nobody fell off, so I''m pleased with capture and cleanup.
101 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
El Duderino
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Crickets Check-in But They Never Check-out
Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2019
These things catch crickets, and HOORAY for that. Now you have to be patient. Crickets are not attracted to the pads, they land there by mistake so where you put them is important. I like to put them between 2 things, to narrow the path cricket has to jump. I put them in an... See more
These things catch crickets, and HOORAY for that. Now you have to be patient. Crickets are not attracted to the pads, they land there by mistake so where you put them is important. I like to put them between 2 things, to narrow the path cricket has to jump. I put them in an area I frequently heard crickets as well, which aided in catching them. The image is the result of about a month. No more crickets left.

Oh, they catch humans too. My wife stepped on one in the crawl space, and was screaming she was stuck to it and couldn''t get it off. I found it difficult to pull it off for 2 reasons. One that the glue is HELLA sticky. Two, I was laughing too hard to get the job done easily.
4 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
KD
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
R.I.P. Pests!
Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2017
I purchased this to catch crickets in my basement because I had seen 1 or 2 down there. Plus, I like to exterminate my entire home every season to keep it clear of pests. Anyway, I put two glue boards down hoping it would be filled with crickets. The glue board only caught... See more
I purchased this to catch crickets in my basement because I had seen 1 or 2 down there. Plus, I like to exterminate my entire home every season to keep it clear of pests. Anyway, I put two glue boards down hoping it would be filled with crickets. The glue board only caught one. The other one was bare. The next day I kept it in the same spot hoping to catch more. Again, only one cricket was on the glue board. The other one was still empty. The next day I moved them to other areas in the basement. Still no crickets. I did this for about a week or so. Still less than 4 crickets were on the glue board. Finally, I purchased some glue tents from Wal-mart and BAM....3 were in one and 2 were in another one. I put more glue tents down and again more were in them. After third week the glue boards and tents were empty (aside from the occasional ant that got caught on it.) I gave the remaining glue boards to my neighbor who was also having a pest problem. Lo and behold hers were filled with crickets and even a small mouse. She was over the moon happy! She''s now ordering her own home. Overall, the product works. Easy cleanup. Easy way to get rid of unwanted pests.
3 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
Not A Lot Of Money "Mom"
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A REALLY GREAT PRODUCT --
Reviewed in the United States on May 27, 2021
We didn''t have indoor crickets (camel crickets, they''re called) for about 30 years while in this house. Didn''t know they existed. Never had them in any house. Then, suddenly, I went into my basement to get something one day, years ago, and something jumped onto my leg.... See more
We didn''t have indoor crickets (camel crickets, they''re called) for about 30 years while in this house. Didn''t know they existed. Never had them in any house. Then, suddenly, I went into my basement to get something one day, years ago, and something jumped onto my leg. Scared the **** out of me, of course - then another one, onto my thigh. Got rid of them, of course, and went online to find out what they were. I learned they were camel crickets. Come into homes in the Fall and stay through the winter. Also go into sheds, etc. and group together in bunches, there. Also then saw them in my garage. I don''t care about them there but DO care about them in my home. They don''t make noise and don''t harm anything but, don''t want them hopping around in my house, of course.

I buy these every year, also Harris cricket traps (which was recommended online) and Terro cricket traps. I can''t believe the amount of crickets it traps just overnight, the first time I put them down (routinely now) in the Fall. All of the traps have a peanut butter scent that I can''t smell but they can, because they are drawn to peanut butter. I actually witnessed a huge cricket waiting "in line" for the one in front of him to move forward. It''s easy to see when they need changing because there is no cover over this trap. I put one in the storage room, 4 or 5 in the main room in the basement and 1 or 2 in the laundry room. They ALL fill up. I have NO idea where these crickets come in but, they''re here every Fall ever since the first year they appeared.

Because these traps are open with the very, very sticky glue exposed in the trap (it once tipped over onto the carpeting on my basement stairs and it was next to impossible to get it off), I also buy the Terro glue traps that you make into a tent so they are covered and easy to move and handle, as well as the Harris cricket traps that are also covered. They also work very well. I put them on the basement steps to catch any that are attempting to join us in our main floor living quarters. I am then taken aback at catching some who were doing just that. I guess the scent that draws the crickets in any of these products really does it''s job because, none seem to walk past them without going into the trap.

The 2 camel crickets that jumped on my thigh that very first time that I found out about their existance? Well, that has never happened since. I read that it''s because of how their eyes work. w/their body. That they see something and want to run away but their body goes in the other direction and in this case, jumps high. Sounds crazy but that''s what one article read. They DO hop in the air from one spot to another VERY quickly and it is nearly impossible to get them. I don''t want animal/bug/insect lovers to get mad at me but, I don''t want them in my home. I keep a can of hair spray on my basement steps and a fly swatter. If I see a cricket that will be in my path, I spray it till it can''t move & swat it. Works. These traps are amazing in how great they work. You''ll find out just how many crickets you have by the amount that these traps catch. First, it''s the bigger ones and then, the smaller ones seem to be caught. Some are quite big.

Remember that these are NOT the same as the black, outside, chirping crickets that are in your yard. They''re outside and I leave them alone. I actually enjoy the sounds of crickets in the evening. I''d not bother the camel crickets in my basement from Fall to Winter either, if they were outside? I forgot to timely set up the traps last Fall and my reminder was when I had 2 or 3 in my main bathroom and (🤢) one crawling on a side table next to my sofa where I was sitting. At first I thought it was a roach which really disgusted me because that is a problem I DON''T have. I chased it and was unable to get it for a couple of days. Very fast. Seemed to disappear as I chased it. Then I put a Terro tented trap in my family room and sure enough, got it. Again, the Eaton Traps work FANTASTIC. I just don''t like an open trap with it''s "residents" in full view, in certain areas that people might get bummed out seeing it or, somehow get the open trap stuck to them. And, when you take the covering off to use them, be VERY careful not to touch the glue accidentally. It is REALLY sticky and hard to remove anything that touches it. If you''ve never had crickets in your house, good for lucky you. But, it appears that once you do get them, it will be the same every year, in the Fall and Winter. I usually clean up the traps in mid-late Spring, still astonished at how full they are. Nothing I do wrong causes this influx of crickets. I don''t know what they do all summer but, home in my basement is where they like to be in the cooler/cold weather. I now buy the traps only at Amazon but when I used to shop at Ace for them, there''d be others there buying them, with the same story as mine - never had them, not they do, every year. My garage has them too but, I don''t hang out in there and use it less for storage and use of gardening products in the winter so, that''s not a big deal to me. This is another of those products that I watch the prices and buy them when on sale, ahead of time, so that I''m ready when I need them.
Helpful
Report
Grant
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Catches Bugs Fine, but the Traps Draw the Eye and Don''t Fit in Nooks and Crannies
Reviewed in the United States on October 19, 2020
We noticed a few spiders and other bugs crawling around our apartment, so we bought these traps to see if we could catch and remove them! Here are some highlights: *WHERE TO PLACE THE TRAPS: Basically, you should put the traps where you''ve seen bugs walking... See more
We noticed a few spiders and other bugs crawling around our apartment, so we bought these traps to see if we could catch and remove them! Here are some highlights:

*WHERE TO PLACE THE TRAPS: Basically, you should put the traps where you''ve seen bugs walking around! Spiders, cockroaches, and such aren''t particularly intelligent and won''t learn how to avoid traps, so you can expect to use these to catch bugs in "high-traffic" areas. (Note that mice, however, are smart and can quickly learn to avoid traps like this.) We were looking to trap bugs, so we stuck our traps in out-of-sight places (e.g., under the bed, in the space between the couch and the wall, etc.) and were periodically gratified when we moved the furniture and saw that they had worked!

*DON''T LOOK PARTICULARLY NICE: One of the reasons why we''d stick these traps out of sight is that they don''t really look nice. They''re bright yellow, so they draw the eyes of houseguests if they''re left out in the open. And they''re even less attractive when they''re sporting a stuck spider or two. Also note that the traps look worse (and stop working) after they''ve been out for a while and have collected too much dust and hair.

*NOT GREAT FOR NOOKS & CRANNIES: These sticky trays are long and rigid with plastic bottoms, which makes it hard for them to fit into tight corners or other smaller nooks around the house. After some experimentation, I prefer cardboard-sheet sticky traps that I can cut up and adjust to any space/corner where I want to catch pests.

All told, these traps are best used to catch bugs traveling through high-traffic, out-of-sight areas in your house. If you''re looking for something a little more flexible and/or unobtrusive, you might want to look for a different brand. Happy hunting!
Helpful
Report
Amazon Customer
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Did not catch crickets
Reviewed in the United States on February 10, 2019
In the 25 years of owning my home we have never had an issue with crickets. A herd of them recently took residence in my garage. I tried making a trap shown on u-tube but it did not catch anything. Then purchased 4 brands of sticky traps for crickets on amazon. After... See more
In the 25 years of owning my home we have never had an issue with crickets. A herd of them recently took residence in my garage. I tried making a trap shown on u-tube but it did not catch anything. Then purchased 4 brands of sticky traps for crickets on amazon. After two weeks the traps only caught one cricket. I am now cricket free, so what worked? When I would hear them chirping I would go into the garage with a flash light, spot them crawling around, and them squish them with my shoe. took a couple days but 10 crickets later, no more crickets.
3 people found this helpful
Helpful
Report
Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.
Brands related to this category on AmazonSponsored
Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale

2021 new arrival EATON J T 2021 844 online sale 4PK Crick/Spid GlueTrap outlet sale