Rats and mice can't resist the flavor and highly palatable formulation of Final Blox rodent bait, made with more than 16 human food-grade ingredients for unsurpassed acceptance and control. Final Blox is the preferred bait of rats and mice when tested against other Brodifacoum baits on the market. The active ingredient brodifacoum is an anticoagulant, meaning that when it is ingested, the poison is transferred from the digestive system to the bloodstream where it hinders clotting, causing eventual death. A hole in the center of each block allows it to be placed on bait securing rods in tamper resistant bait stations.
|Active Ingredient:||Brodifacoum .005%|
|Target pests:||Norway Rats, Roof Rats, House Mice, Meadow Voles|
|For use in:||Urban Areas: This product may be used in and around the periphery of homes, industrial, commercial, and public buildings. May also be used in transport vehicles (ships, trains, aircraft) and in and around related port or terminal buildings. May also be used in alleys.|
Non-Urban Areas: This product may be used in and around homes and agricultural buildings.
|Application:||RATS: Place 5 to 22 blocks (usually at intervals of 15 to 30 feet) per placement.|
MICE: Place 1 block per placement. Space placements at 8 to 12 foot intervals. Two blocks may be needed at points of very high mouse activity.
|Pet safe:||Do not expose children, pets, or non-target animals to rodenticides. We recommend using this product with only a tamper resistant bait stations.|
|Yield:||Each 4 lb. pail contains approx. 88 x 20 gram blocks measuring 1.75 in. x 1 in. x .75 in.|
Each 18 lb. pail contains approx. 400 x 20 gram blocks.
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||CA|
|Shelf Life:||Product should last the season if kept from extreme temperatures.|
|Coverage Area:||All bait placements must be inside or within 50 feet of buildings.|
|Special Features:||Multiple edges appeal to a rodent's desire to gnaw,distinctive cog-like shape, is made with more than 16 human food-grade, inert ingredients for a flavor rats and mice can't resist, work well in any condition -- wet or dry, indoors or out, strongest, single-feeding anticoagulant, manufactured from Bell's unique extrusion process that yields a hard, multiple-edged bait with the palatability of a meal bait and the weatherability of a paraffinized bait.|
An antidote (Vitamin K1) is available for this product in case of accidental ingestion by a pet.
|Time to Kill:||Single feed, 1-5 days|
|Manufactured By:||Bell Labs (Manufacturer Product Number: FB4040)|
Determine areas where rats or mice will most likely find and consume the bait. Generally, these areas are along walls, by gnawed openings, in or beside burrows, in corners and concealed places, between floors and walls, or in locations where rodents or their signs have been seen. Protect bait from rain and snow. To increase effectiveness, remove as much alternative food as possible so that rodents will seek the bait first. For rats, place 5 to 22 blocks per placement (usually at intervals of 15 to 30 feet). For mice, use 1 bait block per placement at intervals of 8 to 12 feet in infested areas. Maintain an uninterrupted supply of fresh bait for at least 10 to 15 days or until signs of rodent activity cease. Recommended for use with Protecta brand Bait Stations or other secure, tamper-resistant bait station.
Final Bait Blox does have an antidote in case of accidental ingestion by a pet. The antidote is Vitamin K1, which most veterinarians should have on hand. Consult the MSDS sheet for more information.
IMPORTANT: Do not expose children, pets, or nontarget animals to rodenticides. To help to prevent accidents:
1. Store unused product out of reach of children and pets.
2. Apply bait in locations out of reach of children, pets, domestic animals and nontarget wildlife, or in tamperresistant bait stations. These stations must be resistant to destruction by dogs and by children under six years of age, and must be used in a manner that prevents such children from reaching into bait compartments and obtaining bait. If bait can be shaken from bait stations when they are lifted, units must be secured or otherwise immobilized. Stronger bait stations are needed in areas open to hoofed livestock, raccoons, bears, or other potentially destructive animals, or in areas prone to vandalism.
3. Dispose of product container and unused, spoiled, or unconsumed bait as specified on this label.
USE RESTRICTIONS: Do not place bait in areas where there is a possibility of contaminating food or surfaces that come in direct contact with food. When used in USDA-inspected facilities, this product must be applied in tamper resistant bait stations. Do not broadcast bait.
SELECTION OF TREATMENT AREAS: Determine areas where rats or mice will most likely find and consume the bait. Generally, these areas are along walls, by gnawed openings, in or beside burrows, in corners and concealed places, between floors and walls, or in locations where rodents or their signs have been seen. Protect bait from rain and snow. Remove as much alternative food as possible.
RATS: Place 5 to 22 blocks (usually at intervals of 15 to 30 feet) per placement. Maintain an uninterrupted supply of fresh bait for at least 10 days or until signs of rat activity cease.
MICE: Place 1 block per placement. Space placements at 8 to 12 foot intervals. Two blocks may be needed at points of very high mouse activity. Maintain an uninterrupted supply of fresh bait for at least 15 days or until signs of mouse activity cease.
For use in sewers, thread wire through block and securely attach to a stationary structure such as the bottom step of a manhole ladder or a sewer grate. Allow just enough wire for the block to rest on manhole benching. If benching is not present, suspend block a few inches above the high water mark or secure block on a board supported by opposing steps of the ladder. Securing block in this manner will prevent removal by rats or water. Use at least 15 blocks per manhole. Maintain an uninterrupted supply of fresh bait for at least 10 days or until signs of rat activity cease.
FOLLOW-UP: Replace contaminated or spoiled bait immediately. Collect and dispose of all dead, exposed animals and leftover bait. To prevent reinfestation, limit sources of rodent food, water, and harborage as much as possible. If reinfestation does occur, repeat treatment. Where a continuous source of infestation is present, establish permanent bait stations and replenish as needed.
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25 of 28 people found this review helpful:
Final Blox, Mice Can't Resist it !!!!!
By Scott in Greenville, MI on September 12, 2010
I put out 8 of the EZ Klean Bait Stations that are sold on here, loaded them up with Final Blox. I went back to check stations 3 days later to find that mice had been hitting the Final Blox hard. I was checking the 7th station, I put in the key & unlocked the top of the EZ Klean only to find a mouse setting there eating away, & this was at 1:00pm in the middle of the day. I was shocked. I had to run him off, so I could load more bait into the station!!! I have used different baits for years & Final Blox is by far the best to use for your Mouse, Rat, Small Rodent Problems.
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By Patrick in San Diego, CA on August 25, 2010
I was due for more rat bait and decided to upgrade to Final Blox after discussing it with one of their Representatives. I, literally, put this side by side with the Contrac Bloc that I had been using regularly for 2 years (though that worked very well too). The Final Bloc was eaten 1st 100% of the time. The Norwegian Roof Rats that we have in San Diego definitely prefer this bait! Even though I occasionally get these rats in my attic, they never die up there (thankfully!). They go outside in search of water because of the way these baits kill. I highly recommend these products!!!!
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By Vinnette in Ossining, NY on July 6, 2011
Great product overall. I was rat/mice free within a week. Three placements, and they were gone. The fourth placements are still in the same spots, untouched. I would recommend this product to anyone getting plague with these little critters. I would purchase them again. Yesterday, I was explaining my mice situation to the exterminator, who comes to my job once monthly, and he had the nerves to tell me that only professional/commercial exterminators can get these stuff to buy. I nodded my head and smile, with no explanation. I could not help myself from thinking, that that is the line that he uses to rip people off.
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By John in Memphis, Tn on January 28, 2009
I have spent hundreds of dollars on baits that didn't work. My rat problem was way out of control. My self and my workers keep the shops clean and disposed of all trash at the end of each day but the rats keep coming back. This has stopped since we started using this product. NOT ONE DARN RAT. Thank goodness! I have been told that it is a good idea to change to 3 different baits every 3 months. I can tell you Final Blox works. Hope this helps.
15 of 17 people found this review helpful:
Reduced mice population
By Donald on January 18, 2008
This bait used in mouse bait stations around my house has been very effective. I believe that the formulation of 16 food ingredients makes it desirable to the mice. I have had no incidents of secondary raptor poisoning so far. Mice population has been reduced. I tried several brands, and colors, and found this was fed on more. So all my bait stations will use the Final Blox from now on.
By TG in CA on January 9, 2016
This is the only product my company uses. If it isn't working for you, then you need to find the alternative food sources (fruits, garbage, dog food etc). If you don't have alternative food sources for the rodents, it will work. Simple as that. Highly recommended from a PMP.
Killed my dog !!!!!To: Vinnette in Ossining, NY
By Pamela in ROCHESTER NY on January 9, 2016
the rating will not let me put 0 stars This product killed my best friend, my German Shorthair pointer that I raised from a pup. I have 2 other pets still clotting problems. These animals were my life. Just because you put this in the rafters doesn't mean the mouse won't move it. My landlord was not a proffesional so Vinnette in Ossining NY that is why they know what there doing. I was even told by there company that mice move this all the time. I am going through my open tubs in the basement and already found 2.
By Kim in Mesa, AZ (Groves) on December 30, 2015
I have roof rats because of the citrus trees I have. I bought this stuff because of the good reviews. I have had it for a month in six different stations with three blocks in each station. Not ONE block has been touched. I understand they are neophobic and are hesitant to new things, but I think a month should be long enough. I know they are still out there because my grounds are free from fallen citrus. Every once in a while an orange will fall and the next day I will see it pitted out. My only thought is that the rats prefer the sweet orange over this hardened red colored block. Like putting a candy and an apple in front of a child. I wouldn't have spent $150 on this + stations if my problem were to remain unfixed. So for this reason I am unsatisfied and will give 3 out of five stars. I think I'm being generous too.
By Scott in NEW YORK on November 15, 2015
Product is as good as advertised.
By BR in Boston, Ma on October 19, 2015
I love these, they work really well and quickly! We get mice in the fall and living by the river there are rats outside, takes care of both nicely!
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Final Blox waiting for Mice to enjoy
By Walt in Chicago, IL on September 19, 2015
I have a 6 flat apartment building in Chicago. Mice have regularly been a seasonal problem. I still have a supply of Traps and Glue boards from previous order that I had provided to the Tenants. I decided to Use the Poison Bait on the Outside of the Building. After reading the Info and Coments on the various Mice Rodenticides; I chose a 18# Pail of Final Blox... seemed like a good deal. I ordered a Dozen Protecta RTU Mouse Bait Stations. The Order arrived in 3 days...free shipping. As soon as I opened up the box of Bait Stations, I was impressed with them..Clean, Secure, and Safe for Children and Pets; and the First Tenant that I showed it too; wanted 5 of them. The other Tenants have taken 2 or 3 Stations. (keep the Tenants satisfied.) So, I immediately ordered 3 dozen more Bait Stations. The Order arrived in 3 days...free shipping. I've given a 4 Star Rating since the Stations are all set (20 Outside the Building and about 25 Inside the Apartments and Basement) It is a bit early in the Mice Season to Report on the effectiveness of Final; but as I've told the Tenants... Be Prepared so that the Mice do not establish Families in their Units or in Basement, etc. :)
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By John in Visalia,California on September 4, 2015
Good product, fair price, fast shipping.
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By Mike in Fair Haven, VT on March 23, 2015
Final. Blox works the best for me over any other rodent bait I've tried.
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By W. in Salem, Oregon on January 27, 2015
I have made many purchases from this co. and all have been excellent, thanks.
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By Robert in Miami Florida on January 5, 2015
I tried cheaper baits with no success. Tried "Final" based on "You get what you pay for". Placed four bait stations out and one board with bait stick mounted so I could observe activity with a Dropcam. Several rats sniffed then showed no more interest. I must have finicky rats. Will try wrapping with bacon...
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April 23, 2012
Susan from Encinitas, Ca asked:
QWhat is the difference between FINAL and FASTRAC?
Is there a difference in the length of time until rodent death after ingestion? I believe FASTRAC is 12-48 hrs.. We are baiting 5 acres of common area landscape in a community. Thanks
AFastrac contains the active ingredient Bromethalin .01% and Final contains Brodifacoum .005%. Fastrac does have a faster kill than Final. Fastrac kills within 12-48 hours and Final kills with 3-7 days of ingestion of a lethal dose.
July 21, 2010 Paul asked:
QIs Final Blox stronger than the Contrac blox?
I live in NYC, and I have a rat infestation under a ground level outdoor deck. I have three tamper proof bait stations outside with Contrac Blox in them. Should I be using Final for an infestation?
September 21, 2011
Tim from Rockford, Mi asked:
QDid the EPA ban anticoagulant baits in June?
AThe EPA did not ban anticoagulants in June. They did however pass laws regarding how anticoagulants can be sold. The federal government has decided that certain types of rodenticides should not be sold in the same manner they have been after June 4, 2011. These regulations were passed to try to prevent over the counter sales of rodenticides to homeowners and minimize secondary poisoning and misuse of rodenticides. Unfortunately too many people have placed rodenticides in locations they should not be, such as easy to access places that children and pets can easily get to. Basically all of the smaller quantities of rodent bait that you have been able to purchase over the counter will no longer be available. You will only be able to purchase bait already inside a rodent station that is a one time use product. It will come pre-baited in a sealed rodent station. This will be the general rule for big box stores like Wal-Mart and Home Depot. For a specialty store like ourselves, Do My Own Pest Control, we will no longer be able to sell certain rodent place packs, liquid rodenticides, or bait blox in smaller quantities than 16 pounds. This was passed to discourage homeowners from purchasing rodenticides since they have to now purchase them in large quantities. Most homeowners do not need 16 lbs worth of place packs. We will be able to continue to sell the current stock that we have of currently labeled product while supplies last. However, after June 4th, once we sell out of our current stock and start receiving newly manufactured bait, we will no longer be able to sell it in less than 16lb increments. There will be some baits that we can continue to sell in smaller quantities but they will be very few and only the ones that have a minimal secondary poisoning risk.
June 5, 2011 Chad asked:
QWhy does the description of Final Blox talk about an antidote if one doesn't really exist?
AAn antidote does really exist and is readily available at veterinarian hospitals, doctors offices and hospitals in case of accidental ingestion. Please take a few minutes to review the Final Blox MSDS. Review page 2, SECTION VI. HEALTH HAZARDS where they refer to the antidote Vitamin K1.
May 15, 2012
Val from Butler Pa asked:
QWhat is the size of each piece of Final Blox?
Curious as to how large each individual piece of poison is and roughly how many come in the buckets.
AEach 4 lb. pail Final Blox contains approx. 88 x 20 gram blocks measuring 1.75 in. x 1 in. x .75 in.
Each 18 lb. pail contains approx. 400 x 20 gram blocks.
April 22, 2015 Nick asked:
QMore rats than before.
A few months ago I noticed some rat activity around my house, so I bought and installed a few Protecta bait stations and a pail of Final blox and place them around the house. It did the trick and soon I noticed no more rats. Just to be on the safe side, since then I've been replenishing the stations with fresh bait from time to time. To my surprise, over the last few nights, I started seeing rats again. This morning I checked the bait stations and they were all empty. There were 3 stations with 8 blox inside each, so I now wonder how come they are all eaten: a) either it takes many days for the bait to kill the rats so they keep coming back and eat what has left, or b) there are many, many of them to eat all those blox. So, my question is - is it good idea at all to have these blox in the bait stations all the time. Could they actually attract rats. Would one rat bring others to the feast? I know, they will eventually die, but they can also multiply in vicinity while still alive. Also, how many of these blox are sufficient to kill a rat. Thank you in advance.
A Final Blox Rodenticide is a single feed kill. If the the bait is over a year old it could be less effective. Often times if there is an suitable environment for them to live in they will keep thriving. For example, if there is a body of water of chicken coups next door not maintained, more and more families od rats/mice will keep coming for the bait.
April 1, 2015
Dee from Kingston, Tn asked:
QIs the Final Blox harmful to dogs and cats?
Final Blox are safe for dogs and cats if used in a tamper resistant bait station. There is also an antidote that is available through your local vet if a pet gets a hold of the bait. Keep stored at room temperature out of their reach. Also, a dog or cat would have to get a hold of numerous dead rodents to feel the effects of a rodent bait, usually more than 10, and the pet would have to actually consume the entire rodent. Most pets might play around with a dead rodent, but not consume it.
March 28, 2015
Ben from Smithville, Texas asked:
QWhat is the best mouse bait for field mice in Texas?
I am using ten Protecta LP bait stations on my place for mouse control. The blox I am currently using are the green Tomcat bait chunx with 0.01% Bromethalin. They seem to be disappearing, but I want to make sure I am using the most potent thing you have. They seem to work, but can I get more bang for my buck with something else? I know they say "if it ain't broke, don't fix it". At this point I don't know if it is even broke! Please advise...and Thanks.
A Our quickest killing bait uses .01 Bromethalin. You could try Final Blox which contains a more attractive bait matrix. It will kill with a single feed.
September 4, 2014
Cindy from Warwick, Nd asked:
QWill Final work around grain bins to get rid of rats and/or mice?
Final Blox Rodenticide is labeled to eradicate rats and mice.
July 20, 2014
Jim from Dana Point, Ca asked:
QIf I can't use Final Blox in CA, what do you recommend and what bait station for voles in my yard & slope?
March 30, 2014
Derek from Dallas, Tx asked:
QWhat is the shelf life of Final Blox Rodenticide?
I don't really need an 18 pound bucket of this stuff, so I was wondering what the shelf life is. Would it keep better if put in the freezer?
Final Blox Rodenticide has a one year shelf life if stored away from extreme (hot or cold) temperatures.
March 27, 2014
Barbara from Texas asked:
QWhat is the shelf life of the Final Blox in opened and unopened pails?
Final Blox 4 lb containers
A The shelf life of the Final Blox once opened is typically 1 year and if unopened up to 2-3 years as long as you store it out of extreme temperatures and the lid is kept tightly closed.
March 23, 2014
D. from Denton, Tx asked:
QHow long do the Final Blox last once opened?
The shelf life of the Final Blox once opened is typically 1 year and if unopened up to 2-3 years as long as you store it out of extreme temperatures and the lid is kept tightly closed.
October 23, 2013
Thomas from Stagecoach, Nv asked:
QIs Final hazardous to lizards?
A Final might be hazarous if the lizards ate the bait but in most cases lizards will not be attracted to the bait as it does not contain the items lizrds feed on.
August 13, 2013
Jerry from Indiana asked:
QShould Final Blox be used in restaurants? Dead and decaying rodents most certainly would leave a foul smell.
The best way to get rid of the rodents that are already in your restaurant is to trap them with rat snap traps, rat glue boards and/or live catch rat traps. We do not recommend using poison baits indoors because after the rodents eat the bait they may go into an inaccessible area to die causing a terrible odor and possibly even a secondary insect infestation (it is a myth that there is a poison bait that will cause the rats to dry out and not smell or to leave the house in search of water). It is important that you place the traps directly in the rodents travel path and bait them with an attractive bait such as nuts, dog kibble, canned tuna or peanut butter. Be patient, it could take several days or even a couple of weeks before the rodents are comfortable enough with the traps to approach them and be captured. After you have eliminated your current infestation you must take the time to exclude rodents from entering your building in the future. Please take a few moments to read our article: How to Rodent Proof Your Home, which can also apply to your restaurant