About Hygenic Traps

  • Clean and Safe Victor Traps


  • Easy to Use


  • Seals in parasites


  • No need to touch a mouse


  • Why Victor


Why Victor® Hygienic Traps?

  • The only mousetrap with a patented seal
  • Safe to use around kids and pets
  • Can be used anywhere
  • 100% Kill Rate and 100% Seal Rate

See How It Works

With a No-Touch, No-See, No-Cleanup Design, the Kill & Seal is increadibly easy to use.

  • Unscrew the Bait sealing hatch
  • Place a little bit of peanut butter inside the hatch
  • Screw the hatch back into the trap
  • Push the red trap handle down to open the patented red fluid-tight door and set the internal kill bar
  • Place the trap next to a wall with the red door closest to the wall
  • For best results, place multiple traps at 60-90cm intervals along walls in different areas of the home where rodents travel
  • When a mouse and its disease-carrying parasites are caught, the red trap handle will move to the upward position and the red fluid-tight door will seal shut
  • Simply throw away the one-time use disposable trap. Do not push the red trap handle back down as parasites may then escape when the door opens

By stopping parasites from spreading diseases, you will give your family the kind of protection they deserve.

Mice carry parasites which can carry diseases. Those parasites feed off blood so when the mouse dies they must find another warm body immediately. That can be anyone in your family: you, your pet or your children. When the parasites bite they can transmit a number of diseases.

Lyme Disease

Description: Skin lesions, fever, headaches, arthralgias
Carrier: All rodents
Mode of Transmission: Rodent tick bite
Comments: This is the most common and tick-borne disease in the northern hemisphere.


Description: Fever, headache, rash, respiratory attack
Carrier: Rats, Mice
Mode of Transmission: Rat flea bite
Comments: Port cities or riverine environments often serve as havens for rats harbouring fleas.


Description: Attacks circulatory & respiratory systems
Carrier: Various rodents
Mode of Transmission: Rodent flea bite or by handling an infected animal
Comments: Millions of people in Europe died from plague in the Middle Ages; plague still occurs in many part of the world

Rickettsial Pox

Description: Lesion followed by fever, headache, rash
Carrier: House Mouse
Mode of Transmission: Bite of a mite which lives on mice
Comments: An outbreak of this disease occurred in 1946 in housing developments in New York City which were overrun with mite-infested mice