1. Clean area: eliminate possible rodent food sources. Store food in sealed containers and sweep up food spills.
2. Select areas for placement: Focus on areas where rodents have been active, generally along walls, between floors or walls, inside cabinets, under appliances, in basements, attics or garages. Be sure to place out of reach of pets.
3. Bait Station: Remove bait station from package and place station in horizontal or vertical position against wall with both entrances exposed. When using multiple bait stations, space them 8 to 12 feet apart.
4. Dispose: Maintain a constant supply of fresh bait for 15 days or until signs of mouse activity cease. See refill instructions on how to refill bait station. When rodents are eliminated, wear waterproof gloves to collect and dispose of any visible dead animals and remaining baits.
5. Prevent: To prevent another infestation, limit sources of rodent food and water as much as possible.
Seeing a mouse or seeing droppings is the #1 sign you have a rodent issue.
Other rodent detection signs include:
- Erratic pet behavior
- Neighbors complaining about rodent issues
- Finding "oily rub marks" on baseboards and walls
Use in areas where mice will most likely find and consume the bait. Generally, these areas are along walls, by gnawed openings, in corners and concealed places as well as between floors and walls and locations where mice or their signs have been seen.
Areas accessible to children or pets