Effective solution for pest control TRIGGER SENSITIVITY ADJUSTMENT If you do not want to change the default sensitivity trap adjustment, go to the paragraph TRAP SETTING. At first, set the trap without bait. Then use a suitable tool and push the metal pedal to check the trap sensitivity. Never put your fingers into the set trap. In particular, do not touch the metal pedal. The required trap sensitivity is easily adjustable by bending the rear bar of the trap. Very fine bending downward increases the sensitivity and vice versa. (see enclosed image) Choose the appropriate sensitivity of the trap. Too high trap sensitivity can cause unwanted triggering when handling the trap. While too low sensitivity may mean the mouse eats the bait and the trap does not trigger. Repeat the whole process until the trap sensitivity is according to your needs and then continue by TRAP SETTING. TRAP SETTING 1. Place a bait (such as peanut butter, chocolate, hazelnut spread) on the metal pedal of disabled trap using a toothpick, Q-tip or another tool to mask the human scent. 2. Set trap by pressing the rear set bar. Do not put fingers in the bait area of the activated trap. Trap’s spring force may cause injuries! 3. Carefully place the trap in areas of high rodent activity. The end of the trap with bait should be placed closest to the wall. 4. After the mouse is caught, dispose of the dead rodent. Open the trap to drop the trapped mouse into the trash. No need to touch the rodent. We recommend using disposable gloves. The traps come in retail packaging in solid and eco-friendly carton box (see enclosed product image). The box containes 6 mouse traps and user manual.