Time’s Up Fast Action Block Bait
Now the timer has started with Time’s Up Fast Action Block Bait! Available in both 80g (4 pack) and 500g (25 pack) you’ll be using the best when it comes to rodent bait to quell any tricky infestations you’re dealing with!
A single feed kill bait block that contains the most powerful active ingredients in rodent control. The bait blocks are formulated for long-term palatability in all weather conditions, making them ideal for indoor and outdoor use.
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For Best Results
- Eliminate alternative food sources. This will make the rodenticide more attractive.
- Wear gloves when handling baits, not just for safety but because rodents can detect human odours and it might cause bait shyness.
- Place the bait station where there are signs of rodent activity such as droppings, evidence of feeding, or even chewed skirtings.
- You may want to MONITOR BEFORE BAITING like Pest Control Professionals do. Place a non-poisonous lure (like peanut butter, nuts, chocolates, marshmallows, or soft cheese) in the bait station and monitor. When you see evidence of bait take, remove the Lure and replace it with Times Up Bait. This way you are ONLY using Poisons where you are likely to get the best result. Space bait stations about 2-3 metres apart.
- Place the station along a wall so the wall guides the rodent into the station.
- Leave the Bait Station in place for 2-3 days. Inspect baits daily for evidence of feeding. Rats can be shy and may monitor the station a few times before feeding.
- Replenish baits until you see no more evidence of bait take.
- Remove the bait station when feeding activity ceases and there is no more evidence of mice. This may take up to 2 weeks if there is multiple mice present.
Always Play it Safe
If rodenticides are used carefully and in accordance with their instructions, they are safe to use. The active ingredients in rodenticides are toxic to rodents and may be dangerous to other species if they are used incorrectly.
- ALWAYS read and follow the instructions on the label.
- Baits are not to be used for any purpose or in any manner contrary to the label unless authorized.
- ALWAYS use a Bait Station. DO NOT place baits in the open.
- DO NOT place baits in locations that are accessible to children, pets, other animals, and birds.
- Record the number and location of baits for later replenishment or removal.
- DO NOT place bait stations on or near exposed food or food utensils, food preparation areas, or food storage areas.
- DO NOT let cats and dogs eat poisoned mice. The use of this product for the control of protected native rodents and rodent-like animals requires permission from wildlife authorities.
- LOOK for dead carcasses around your property. Dispose of dead carcasses by wrapping them in paper, placing them in a plastic bag, and putting them in the garbage.
- This product is restricted to use in and around (within 2 m) buildings, structures, and enclosed spaces.
- This product is hazardous to pigs, cats, dogs, poultry, birds, and wildlife and care should be exercised in its use.
- DO NOT allow chemical containers or wax blocks to get into drains, sewers, streams, or ponds.
- Containers that have held bait should not be used for any other purpose.
- Remove the bait station when feeding activity ceases and there is no more evidence of mice. This may take up to 2 weeks if there are multiple mice present.
- Poisonous if swallowed. Do not touch bait. If contact with skin is made, and also, after each baiting, wash thoroughly with soap and water. Wash hands after use.