Pest-Stop Mouse Killer Packs contain 0.005% Difenacoum. The cut wheat bait contains a unique aniseed attractant and comes in waxed paper sachets that are easy for mice to chew through. Use with Protecta or Protecta Micro Mouse bait stations.
Pre-measured sachet; no handling of bait
Always read the label. Use pesticides safely
PFH • Professional Tip
Use with the Protecta Bait Stations to ensure that the bait is protected from children, pets and non-target animals. Try to locate the baits in dark, out of the way places, such as behind refrigerators, and cookers. Mice tend to stay close to walls for protection, so place your baits close to the skirting board rather than in the middle of the room.
Mice take small amounts of food from many different places. To eat enough to control mice they may need to feed from 4 or more different baits. When dealing with mice it is essential that several bait stations are placed in each infested room.
Once the mice have started to eat the bait inspect the bait stations every few days and replenish them until no more rodenticide is taken. At this point remove the bait boxes from site. Dead mice may still contain undigested rodenticide which may harm non-target animals. Search the site for rodent bodies and dispose of them by double bagging them and placing in the refuse. Mice may carry diseases so ensure that you are wearing impervious gloves when checking the baits and when handling carcasses.