Wholesale Mouse Traps From China

X-Pest manufacture white label and private label rodent control products.

Our China mouse trap factory provide bulk rat traps and wholesale humane mouse traps to Consumer Brands, Ecommerce Stores and Amazon Sellers across the USA and throughout Europe.

Our evergreen products can quickly and efficiently take care of a rodent infestation, from one single critter to a full-blown invasion.

Buying direct from a China mouse trap manufacturer will increase your profits when selling direct to consumers or wholesale sourcing for Amazon.

Our range of humane rodent traps include the electric mouse trap and the electronic rat trap to deal with larger rodents.

Our precision engineered plastic humane mouse trap range are perfect to offer your customers with a full range of no-kill mouse traps to stock in your store – online, retail or both.

Your customers will be delighted with the quality of the product and you will save money when you buy mouse traps in bulk from X-Pest.

Rodent Facts To Buy Mouse Traps In Bulk

Rodents (from the Latin word Rodere, meaning “to gnaw”) are mammals that are part of the order Rodentia.

Small animals with long tails and short limbs, the most identifiable feature of the rodent species is a pair of sharp, open-rooted incisors that continually grow, requiring maintenance through gnawing to wear them down and ensure they don’t breach the skull of the rodent.

Found in large numbers in all parts of the World except Antarctica, rodents are smart critters that learn quickly to avoid traps and poisons, making them difficult pests to control.

Mainly active at night, rodents have enhanced hearing and sense of smell, helping them to locate new food sources, consuming almost all types of food scraps.

They destroy the structures they inhabit, causing damage to walls, floors and pretty much anything else they can gnaw.

Some of the species like the house mouse, the brown or black rat, adapt well to urban areas and are dangerous pests.

They spread disease through their bodily fluids, droppings and the fleas and ticks that live on them.

This can cause vomiting, diarrhea and fever in humans and in some cases, much worse, like the Hanta Virus.


The Mouse (Mus Musculus) is a small rodent with rounded ears, an extended snout and a long, thin tail.

The most common species is the house mouse, known for its extremely high reproduction rate and living year-round in homes & other structures when left unchecked.

Home infestations are typically established during winter, when the mice enter homes seeking easier sources of food and warmth, although they are active year round.

Once mice become established inside a dwelling, the population can grow rapidly and become extremely difficult to control & eradicate.


Rats (of the Rattus species) are usually distinguished from mice by their size.

The best-known rat species are the black rat (Rattus rattus) and the brown rat (Rattus norvegicus), together they are the world’s worst invasive species.

Spreading disease and damaging the structures they invade, the real danger is from contamination of food and spaces, with a single rat producing around 25,000 droppings and shedding around 500,000 hairs each year.

They are omnivores, feasting on plants and animals and like their smaller cousin, the house mouse, they reproduce at an extremely fast rate when left unchecked and with access to an ongoing food source.

This is why they are so prevalent in urban areas, rats in New York City for example are known for their size and prevalence.