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This product may only be used inside and within 50 feet of buildings or inside transport vehicles (ships, trains or aircraft). Keep out of reach from children.,


For best performance, remove other food sources from the area.
Rats: Apply 3-15 blocks per placement in intervals of 15 to 30 feet in infested areas. Maintain bait supply for 10 days.
Mice: Apply 1 block per placement in intervals of 8 to 12 feet. Maintain bait supply for 15 days.
Use tamper-resistant bait stations when children, pets, or non-target wildlife are present.

Time to Kill

7 to 10 days

Active Ingredient

Diphacinone .005% Imidacloprid .20.%

How To

Studies have shown that in times of aggressive baiting with traditional rodenticides, flea populations actually increase, contributing to disease outbreaks as the fleas search for new hosts. Adios Combo Bait Cubes significantly reduce the spread of these diseases by targeting the fleas with imidacloprid, as well as effectively helps in rodent control with diphacinone.

These active ingredients are effective at extremely low concentrations, making them a lower risk for use in and around the home. However, in cases of accidental poisonings of children or pets, Vitamin K1 is a readily available antidote.

Formulated with paraffin, the Adios Combo Rat Bait Cubes are moisture-resistant and durable. The blocks have ridged surfaces to facilitate rodent gnawing, and a center hole that allows the blocks to be secured inside a rat bait station. Quality grains and sweetners ensure that the rodents are easily attracted to the blocks, and continue to feed on the bait.

Adios Combo Bait Cubes For Rats And Mice

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Adios Combo Bait Cubes For Rats And Mice

Adios Combo mouse Bait Cubes is the first rodenticide that also reduces flea populations for an all-around approach to pest control. The bait is effective against Norway and Roof rats; house mice; and the fleas that live on these rodents and may be carriers of infectious diseases.
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