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Oct 17 2017

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Indoor and Outdoor Use – Holes under a patio, around ponds and water, under garden features, access points to buildings or under a greenhouse, holes in lawns, around houses, near livestock/poultry housing and more

INDOOR USE: Prior to treatment, all likely food sources must be removed or made unavailable to rodents. Place bait trays at bait points where there are signed of rodent activity, like fresh droppings, inside or near rat runs and feeding areas. Place 40-60 grams or 1 1/2 to 2 ounces of RatX per rat and 10-15 grams or 1/3 or 1/2 ounce per mouse into small bowls or feeding trays approximately 6 feet apart throughout the infested area. Protect bait points from non-target animals and from water. Inspect bait points frequently and replace any eaten bait. Replace any baits which become wet and re-site in a dry locations. Keep topping up bait points until there are no more takes for 48 hours.
OUTDOOR USE: Place bait points where there are signs of rodent activity, like fresh droppings or near burrows, runways, feeding places and at points of entry around the perimeter of buildings. Place 40-60 grams or 1 1/2 to 2 ounces of RatX per rat and 10-15 grams or 1/3 or 1/2 ounce per mouse into bait stations or wrap in clinging food packaging film and place in drainpipes, open ended boxes or under sheets of metal/wood secured at an angle against a wall (to keep the bait point dry) at intervals of approximately 6 feet. reducing to approximately 4 feet in areas of high infestation. Protect bait points from non-target animals and (as the baits must be kept dry) from water. Inspect bait points frequently and replace any eaten bait. Replace any baits which become wet and re-site in a dry location. If you require more bait trays within the activity area, we suggest you use flowerpot saucers or something similar. RatX can also be placed directly into rat holes, nesting or feeding areas. Wrap 40-60 grams or 1 1/2 to 2 ounces of RatX per rat and 10-15 grams or 1/3 or 1/2 ounce per mouse in clinging food packaging film and push down the burrow. Rats carry disease so never use unprotected hands. Push product into burrows with a long stick or similar. Replenish packets daily until there are either no more takes, or no rat activity, for 48 hours.

48 Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Reviews

I thought, no way will this work. I put some in a sandwich bag and put it on the garage wall. I noticed it was chewed open and less bait each day. day 3 nothing, no smells, no dead rats that I can. Read Full Review

I thought, no way will this work. I put some in a sandwich bag and put it on the garage wall. I noticed it was chewed open and less bait each day. day 3 nothing, no smells, no dead rats that I can find? Now 2 weeks, can’t believe it. All clear! The best part, I did not have to worry about my 2 get into everything dogs. Awesome!

By in Houston, TX on 08/04/2013

I am so impressed. I bought this at the recommendation of a friend and set up baggies around the yard, MY DOG FOUND THEM AND ATE THEM. (He eats everything as his name is “Chomper”). I was so scar. Read Full Review

I am so impressed. I bought this at the recommendation of a friend and set up baggies around the yard, MY DOG FOUND THEM AND ATE THEM. (He eats everything as his name is “Chomper”). I was so scared as he took down at least 3oz of the stuff. The Amazing part was NOTHING was wrong with Chomper at all. Not that day or even a few days later. No Vet bills, no Rats and it was inexpensive. This product is Amazing.

By Catrina in Naples, FL on 08/08/2013

Don’t waste your money. Pay for professional service.

By Bob in Sarasota FL on 10/14/2014

Rat X is a multi-feed bait, so rodents do have to consume quite a bit over time to get a lethal dose. You also want to be sure the eliminate any competing food sources when using Rat X. This bait is excellent when there is concern about non-target animals coming into contact with the bait, however, since it is not toxic to pets or people.

14 Customer Questions

Q How long before you will star seeing results with Rat X?

Asked by April from New Jersey

A The kill time for Rat X can take anywhere between 5-7 days. The mice and rats will eat the bait like a food source and Rat X will cause dehydration. Mice and rats have stomach sensors that tells them. Read Full Answer

A The kill time for Rat X can take anywhere between 5-7 days. The mice and rats will eat the bait like a food source and Rat X will cause dehydration. Mice and rats have stomach sensors that tells them when they are thirsty. When they eat this bait, it turns off their stomach sensors and it can no longer tell their brain to drink water. They have no desire for drinking water so they will just go back to their burrow, and begin the cycle – dehydration, failing kidneys, coma and then death.

Q Will Rat X kill other rodents (non target species) such as squirrels, prairie dogs, ground squirrels, beavers, etc?
I am not finding any clear answers whether this product will kill rodents other than rats and mice. For example, some squirrels are protected where I live, and I don t want to inadvertently kill them. As far as I know, all rodents share the same digestive system, not exclusive to rats and mice.

Asked by Norm from Seattle, Wa

A Rat X is only labeled to eradicate mice and rats. However, it is possible that the product will harm those that are also in the rodent family such as chipmunks, squirrels, etc.

Q After a mouse eats Rat-X, but before it dies, will the mouse leave greenish blue droppings?
I put some out to get rid of a small mouse problem in my house and noticed some black droppings a few days later. But there were also a few really bright blue or green droppings as well. I know other poisons can cause green droppings, but those poisons are also green, which makes sense. But since Rat-X is brown, I am confused. Help! I m confused and a little worried, but still hopeful! Thanks!

Asked by Robin from Guthrie, Oklahoma

A Yes, the droppings of the mice and/or rats will become bleached in color and larger in size after consuming Rat X. This is an indicator of the product acceptance and consumption and can be up to three. Read Full Answer

A Yes, the droppings of the mice and/or rats will become bleached in color and larger in size after consuming Rat X. This is an indicator of the product acceptance and consumption and can be up to three times larger than pellets from non-treated rodents.

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