Mortein Dual Action Throwpacks

Mortein Rat & Mice Dual Action Throwpacks kills rats & mice and the fleas they carry. Contains 4 sachets. For hard to reach places.

Mortein Dual Action Throwpacks is a convenient and effective solution for the control of rats and mice. Simply throw the ready-to-use sachets into HARD TO REACH places for effective control. Rats and mice can smell the bait inside the sachet and will chew through the sachet to consume the poison. Mortein Dual Action Throwpacks contains a human taste deterrent (bittering agent) to help prevent accidental consumption by children.

1. Kills rats and mice and the fleas they carry in a single feed
2. Easy to use sachets for use in hard to reach places
3. No direct act with bait
4. Kills fleas and ticks that live on rats and mice which may spread disease •
5. Kills rats & mice resistant to warfarin

1. Select treatment area: Determine areas where rats and/or mice will most likely find and consume the bait. These are areas such as along walls, in corners and concealed places such as the roof, under floorboards and between walls or any other locations where rodents or their signs have been observed. Eliminate, as far as possible, all alternative food sources from these areas.

2. Application: Do not open sachets. Toss unopened sachets into areas where rats or mice are active. Rats and mice will chew through the sachet to consume the poison inside. Note that rats and mice have different feeding behaviour: - Rats: Require large quantities of bait in one or two locations. Use 2-4 sachets per location, with no more than 9m between locations. - Mice: Require small quantities in several locations. Use 1 sachet per location, no more than 3m apart. Place 2-3 sachets at points of very high mouse activity if needed.

3. Maintenance: Most rats and mice will die 4 to 7 days after eating the bait. Continue baiting for at least 2 weeks or until signs of rat or mouse activity ceases. Ensure fresh bait is available at all times. Replace spoiled bait immediately. To prevent reinfestation, eliminate food, water and housing as much as possible. Remove any unused bait after rat and mice activity has ceased. If reinfestation does occur, repeat treatment.

Determine areas where rats and/or mice will most likely find and consume the bait. These are areas such as along walls, in corners and concealed places such as the roof, under floorboards and between walls or any other locations where rodents or their signs have been observed.