Rats Mice, and Fleas,
For Use In
This product may only be used inside and within 50 feet of buildings or inside transport vehicles (ships, trains or aircraft). ,
Rats: Apply 4-16 blocks per placement in intervals of 15 to 30 feet in infested areas. Maintain bait supply for 10 days. Mice: Apply ¼ - ½ oz bait per placement (or entire package in highly infested areas) in intervals of 8 to 12 feet. Maintain bait supply for 15 days. Voles: Apply directly to burrows or runways and cover well to prevent non-target exposure. Maintain bait supply for 15 days. Use tamper-resistant bait stations when children, pets, or non-target wildlife are present
Time to Kill
10 to 14 days
Ready to Use
Imidacloprid and Warfarin
House Mice: Open pack and apply 1/4 to 1/2
ounce of bait per typical placement. Larger
placement – up to one unopened 2-ounce pack –
may be made at points of extremely high mouse
activity. Space bait placements at intervals of 8
to 12 feet in the infested area, at locations
consistent with the requirements on this label.
Maintain an uninterrupted supply of fresh bait for
15 days or until there no longer are fresh signs
of house mouse activity or signs that house mice
are feeding on the bait.
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. Kaput Combo Bait Pellets are effective for flea control and hence prevent the spread of these diseases by targeting the fleas with imidacloprid, as well as effectively killing the rodent population with warfarin. These active ingredients are effective at extremely low concentrations, making them exceptionally safe for use in and around the home. However, in cases of accidental poisonings of children or pets, Vitamin K1 is a readily available antidote.
Kaput Combo Bait Pellets are packaged in two ounce place packs. The convenient packaging ensures easy application of the bait in appropriate quantities according to your specific needs. The Rat bait can be placed as a whole, unopened package (the specialized design of the packaging material allows the rodent to scent the bait and gnaw through the pack to access it) or in portions if smaller applications are required.