If you have a mouse infestation, now is the time to call on Deadfast Mouse Killer Bait Station. The bait stations get to work as soon as you put them out and kill within 24 hours after rodents consume the poison. A single dose is lethal to all rodents.
The multifunctional bait stations also house Deadfast Easy Set Mouse Traps and are required by law, if you plan on using poisons at home for mouse infestations.
Deadfast Rat Killer Bait Stations are a tamper resistant station containing ready to use bait blocks. The design lends itself to positioning in corners and next to walls, where rodents like to move. The bait is stable in dusty and high moisture conditions. The blocks are safely secured inside the bait stations providing protection for children, pets and non-target animals.
The bait stations are easy to store, handle and use. For refills, use Deadfast Mouse and Rat Killer Plus Blocks. If you are looking to fight off a rat and mouse infestation or want to use Deadfast rodent poisons outside, you can choose to use the Deadfast Rat Killer Bait Stations with the same bait blocks.
The bait blocks contain 0.025g/kg Difethialone, the most innovative anticoagulant in the biocidal market, with no known resistance in rodents. Developed to be effective as low as only 25ppm, it ensures that rodents consume a lethal dose the first time.
The bait blocks are stable at a wide temperature range (-15° to +50°C) and are simple to spike, rod (vertically or horizontally apply the bait) and replace.
Bait stations, like Deadfast Mouse Killer Bait Station are required by law for poison baiting. Intended for indoor use against Mice.
Before using bait, remove all readily available food, such as spilled grain or food waste. Apart from this, do not clean or disturb the affected area before treatment. This will only act to disturb the rodents and make acceptance of bait less likely.
While using the bait, visit bait stations after application to:
Always wear disposable gloves when installing or recovering any traps. Keep baits away from children, pets and non-target animals. It is an offence to place the trap in a location which may endanger wild birds or other protected species.
Q: How do I dispose of dead rodents?
A: Wearing suitable gloves, remove the dead rodents and place them in a double bag. Put this bag into a secure household refuse bin.
WARNING: May cause damage to Organs through prolonged or repeated Exposure. Harmful to Aquatic Life with Long Lasting Effects.
Store in a cool dark place away from children and pets. Always wear gloves and never eat drink or smoke when handling this product. Wash hands immediately after use. Take necessary
Contains 0.025g/kg Difethialone
Have product container or label when obtaining treatment advice. In case of emergency call a local poison control centre or doctor immediately for treatment advice.
Direct or in-direct adverse effects:
In less severe poisoning:
Poisoning symptoms Clinical symptoms:
Note that poisoning symptoms may develop over the course of several days.
If on Skin:
If in Eyes:
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