Use to control house mice indoors and outdoors within 15 meters of buildings accessible to children, pets and non-target animals. Do not locate bait stations where they may contaminate food or surfaces that come in direct contact with food or where it is possible to contaminate possible water sources.
Selection of places to treat: Determine the places where mice frequent the most so that they find and consume the bait. These are usually: along walls, near rodent holes, in burrows and their surroundings, in corners and hidden places, between walls and floors, or where rodents have been observed . Remove as much food as possible.
Use 1 bait station at the highest point of activity near burrows, along a wall, or in areas where mice or their signs of activity have been observed. If it is necessary to use surplus bait stations, place them at intervals of 2 to 4 meters. Ensure an uninterrupted supply of fresh bait for at least 7 days. Continue to stock bait stations until all signs of mouse activity cease.
Pick up and dispose of uneaten bait stations and exposed dead rodents in accordance with local requirements and / or as per the instructions provided on this label. To prevent re-infestation, eliminate sources of food, water and shelter as much as possible. If a new infestation occurs, repeat the treatment. If there is a continuing source of infestation, establish permanent bait stations and replenish them as needed.
May contain the following allergens: wheat, soy lecithin and milk.
Health Canada license number: 31464
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