Protecta Micro Bait Station


One of our smallest tamper-resistant mouse bait station.


  • Specifically designed for use in tight baiting situations.
  • Can only be used for mice.
  • Fits where other tamper-resistant bait stations don’t.
  • Dimensions: L: 9,5cm x W: 7,8cm x H: 3cm
  • Made of rigid, heavy-duty polymer plastic to withstand temperature extremes.
  • Guards wax bait blox from children, pets and other non-target animals.
  • Holes on either end provide a direct runway for mice into the station.
  • Only wax bait blox can be used inside – wax bait blox are sold separately.
  • It is easy to use and automatically locks when closed.
  • Can only be unlocked with a universal bait station key.
  • For indoor and outdoor use – suitable for all weather conditions.
  • Can house up to 1 x Tomcat Poison bait wax blox.
  • Product is sold as singles.
  • Please Note: If you are using poison to control rodents you must follow the directions on the label.
  • Place the bait station in an area in which you’ve noticed evidence of mice, such as next to a wall, in a dark corner, in the attic, below a window, etc.
  • Make sure the entryway to the station is facing out from the wall or corner.
  • When placing bait stations outside, you will need to consider all areas where bait should be placed such as by wood piles, storage sheds and fence rows.
  • When placing bait stations outside they should be placed about 2 to 4 meters apart around buildings or along landscaped areas surrounding buildings.
  • Secure poison bait blocks on rods inside of the bait station. This prevents mice from carrying bait outside the bait station and dropping the poison on the ground.
  • Place the bait station so that it will not become disturbed and overturned.
  • Rule of Thumb: Place bait stations every 2 to 4 meters apart for mice, or 9 to 15 meters for rats.
  • Place the bait stations in the same areas where you have found mouse droppings, rub marks and damage to stored food products.
  • Don’t leave food debris around the house and ensure that food is stored in tightly sealed containers.
    • Cover pet food bowls and clean the leftover contents.
  • Seal cracks and holes in walls and foundations that lead outside the property.
  • Often there is a high mice activity in corners of rooms and in cabinets, where two surfaces join at angles.
  • Mice may be living above their food a source such as attics and ceilings and they also might be living below their food source in such areas as crawl spaces, floor voids, and basements.