Entrap Rodent Poison
Entrap is formulated for use indoors or outdoors. It will control rats and mice, including those that may be resistant to warfarin. Prebaiting is not required as individual rodents can readily consume a lethal dose at a single feeding. Most deaths occur four to seven days after consumption of bait.
- No prebaiting required
- One feed is sufficient to kill rats and mice
- Controls species which are resistant to warfarin
- Contains human taste deterrent Bitrix, prevents accidental consumption by children
- Active ingredient – Brodifacoum
Direction of use
Place baits in areas frequented by rodents but inaccessible to children, pets, domestic animals and wild life. Avoid sites liable to flood. Remove as much rodent food as possible.
For rats, place Entrap baits along walls or runways, by rat burrows and in sheltered areas where rats are known to live or feed. The most economical method is to have many small bait points, each containing one block with replenishment every 5 to 7 days until no more bait it taken. Where number of available bait points is limited, place 5 to 10 blocks at each point and top up as consumed. For mice, placement should be as set out for rats except that closer spacing of bait is desirable.
May be harmful if swallowed. Repeated oral exposure to high dose may cause damage to the blood system. Harmful to aquatic organisms and terrestrial vertebrates.
Keep out of reach of children. Wear gloves and avoid skin contact. Wash hands and exposed skin after handling. Avoid contamination of any water supply with products or empty container. Do not place baits in places accessible to children, pets, domestic animals, livestock, birds or where feral animals may have access to baits. Dispose of any carcasses by burial or by wrapping in paper, placing in a plastic bag and putting in the garbage. Empty containers should not be re-used but disposed of safely.
If swallowed do not induce vomiting. Immediately seek medical advice or contact the National Poison Centre on 0800 POISON (0800 764 766).