J.T. Eaton: Stick-Em Bigfoot Cave

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February 15, 2024

IMAGE: J.T. EATON

IMAGE: J.T. EATON

The new Stick-Em Bigfoot Cave (188-4) is a 16- x 10-inch glue board that can be folded into a dome, with 360 degrees of catching area. Rats can even crawl on top of them without collapsing the units. Its blacked out-design makes this trap discreet. The Caves also feature easy-peel release paper and professional-strength glue. Each bulk pack (188BULK) contains 24 traps.

About J.T. Eaton

Founded in East Cleveland, Ohio, in 1932 by Jasper T. Eaton as a mail-order house for pest control products for professional use, J.T. Eaton was brought to prominence when Pest Management Professional (PMP) Hall of Famer Stanley Baker (Class of 1999) purchased it in 1949 for $2,500. In the first year, Baker did $35,000 worth of business. And before his death in 2005 at the age of 87, he built it up to a multi-million-dollar company. Baker was a lifelong innovator, and is credited for creating the paraffin rodent bait block in 1962. He is also credited with developing the modern glue board design, in 1980. In 1999, he helped patent an ant and cockroach product that uses just 1 percent boric acid.

Still family-owned and -operated by the Baker family in Twinsburg, Ohio, J.T. Eaton’s product line includes products for rodents, wildlife, bed bugs, mosquitoes and other flying insects and more.

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