Types of Rodenticides
Humane method of catching and releasing mice
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is there risk for poisoning children/pets?
A: The bait station provided is not tamper-resistant. Always place the station indoors only and in areas inaccessible to children and pets as a precaution to avoid accidental poisoning. This product is not recommended for outdoor use.
Q: Where does the mouse die?/How will I know if the mouse died?
A: Poisoned rodents may die anywhere, including in some very inconvenient areas. There is no evidence that rodents exit the building and die outside. Most times, the rodent will die quietly somewhere in the home and most often, poisoned rodents succumb in their nests. This should not pose an odor problem unless near a heat source or you have a large population of mice. You will know the mouse problem is gone when you no longer see new droppings or other signs of rodent activity.
Q: Where should the bait station be placed?
A: Place the bait station where you have seen signs of rodent activity or along the wall where rodents primarily travel. The end of the trap with the entrance hole should be placed nearest the wall. Be sure to place the station in an area that is inaccessible to children and pets. An instruction sheet and video are available that will give detailed step-by-step instructions on how and where to place the Victor® Fast-Kill Brand Disposable Bait Station.
Q: Where can I buy this product?
A: The Fast-Kill Rodenticide can be bought at multiple retail locations and online at victorpest.com. To find a store near you, please use our store locator. Click to access the Store Locator.
Q: How long will the rodenticide take to kill the mouse?
A: The mouse will die approximately 1-2 days after consuming the rodenticide. Most times, the mouse will die quietly somewhere in the home and most often, in their nests.
Q: Is it useful for rats?
A: This Fast-Kill Brand Rodenticide is only recommended for mice. The bait station provided is only large enough to allow the mouse to enter and access the bait.
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