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First Strike Rat/Mouse Bait

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Target Pests

Liphatech's First Strike Soft Rat and Mouse bait kills Deer Mice House Mice Norway Rats Roof Rats and more.

For Use In

First StrikeSoft Bait can be used indoors or outdoors. Common places to use First Strike rat and mouse bait include agricultural buildings residential homes garages attics yards commercial food service facilities food manufacturing plants food processing establishments dumpsters sheds cabins deer leases.

Application

Place First Strike Soft Bait in locations out of reach of children, pets, and non target animals. In some situations a tamper resistant or tamper-proof bait station such as the Aegis RP Rat Bait Station may be required.

For rats: Apply 2 to 8 packs (1 to 2oz) of First Strike Bait per placement. Rat baiting placement varies by location. Generally placements are 15 to 20 feet apart as rats will travel quite some distance in search of food. You must maintain a constant supply of bait for 10 days for best results.

For Mice: Place 2 to 4 First Strike packs at 10 foot intervals around the infested area. You must maintain a constant supply of bait for at least 15 days for best results.

Replace consumed bait immediately to keep a constant supply.

To prevent re-infestation you must limit alternate food sources and seal entry points.

Coverage Area

First Strike Soft Rodent Poison will treat between 750 and 1400 linear feet depending on infestation and rodent type.

It is best to identify the infestation source and concentrate placements near entry ways to the rodent's nest.

Remember to maintain a constant supply of bait for 10 to 15 days depending on rodent.

Time to Kill

First Strike Soft Bait takes 4 to 5 days to kill rats and mice after they eat it. Bromadiolone is a slow acting poison that prevents and overcomes bait shyness.

Active Ingredient

Difethialone .0025%

First Strike Rat/Mouse Bait

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First Strike Soft Rat Mouse Bait with difethialone is a unique bait from Liphatech that contains no wax and will provide a lethal dose in one feeding. The packaging of each bait allows for the aroma of the bait to escape making First Strike the most attractive bait on the market. First Strike Soft Bait will also not melt in bait stations making cleaning and servicing of bait stations much easier and faster.
First Strike Soft Rat Mouse Bait with difethialone is a unique bait from Liphatech that contains no wax and will provide a lethal dose in one feeding. The packaging of each bait allows for the aroma of the bait to escape making First Strike the most attractive bait on the market. First Strike Soft Bait will also not melt in bait stations making cleaning and servicing of bait stations much easier and faster.

Product Q & A

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When using a bait box, should I empty the packet contents into the box or leave it in the pouch? If the pouch is untouched should it be replaced after some amount of time, and what is that amount of time?

Thanks for your help.
j on Feb 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You can leave it in the pouch or empty some in the trays, either way the rodents will get access to the bait. Small amount in trays, with stations staked well, will reduce lost bait and the chances of accidental poisoning. Replace after you start seeing mold, or insect activity. Not set time, depends on area, moisture, etc.
How long does the product last in storage
Duane on Sep 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You can store the First Strike Rat Bait for about 2 years in the sealed pail.
Will it harm my cat if he finds a mouse with the poison residue on the mouse's mouth/fur? How long is the poison effective? I'm wondering how long I need to worry about my cat finding dead mice (6 months, 3 years,??). Thanks
Jeff on May 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Firststrike does have a risk of secondary poison, you would need to try and locate any of the dead mice in the area, and dispose of them. The good thing is that cats do not usually like to eat dead mice.

But there still needs to be a certain amount of precaution.

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This is the best product that I have ever used and it works immediately! You have to make sure you check the stations and add fresh bait. No mice! I will forever be a customer. I have told everyone about this product.
June 8, 2016
Rat Problem
This rodenticide was recommended by the Washington DC office of rodent control. It works perfectly in burrows and traps.
May 29, 2014

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