|Active Ingredient:||Sodium Salt of Dipahcinone, .106%|
|Target pests:||Norway Rats, Roof Rats, and House Mice|
|For use in:||In and around homes, industrial and agricultural buildings, and similar man-made structures. Do not use in areas where there is a possibility of contaminating food or food-preparation surfaces.|
|Pet safe:||Keep away from pets.|
|Yield:||Each pouch mixes with 1 qt. (32 oz.) of water. 32 pouches per box|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||AK, NY, CT|
|Manufactured By:||Bell Labs|
Liquatox II is a liquid concentrate rodenticide created by Bell Laboratories, noted for its outstanding rodent acceptance and control of Norway Rats, Roof Rats, and House Mice. Liqua-Tox II offers exceptional quality control when conditions are dry and there is little liquid available. It is also ideal to use in places such as grain elevators or food storage warehouses where competition from other food sources is high. Liqua-Tox II works because rats need water daily, and mice will drink liquids when they are accessible. Using Liqua-Tox II is as simple as mixing one 1.68 fl oz envelope with 1 quart of water, and distributing the liquid bait in to bait stations or dispensers in areas where rats and mice will most likely find and consume the bait. Selection of treatment areas may include along walls, by gnawed openings, in corners or concealed places, in or beside burrows, between floors and walls, or where rodents have been seen.
Tips for using Liqua-Tox II safely and effectively:
- Wear waterproof gloves while mixing to avoid direct contact of the rodenticide with skin.
- Protect bait stations from rain and snow.
- Do not expose children, pets, or non-target animals to rodenticides. Apply out of reach of children, pets, and non-target animals, or use tamper-resistant bait stations.
- When using Liqua-Tox II or any other rodenticide, remove as much alternative food as possible.
- Provide a minimum of 1 pint in each bait dispenser for rats, and ½ pint in each dispenser for mice.
- Replace contaminated or spoiled bait immediately.
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By Steve on July 28, 2011
Two days after starting to use Liqua-Tox II I started to find dead rats, I've been finding them everyday since, consumption has really slowed down, hopefully the population is gone, I plan to keep Liqua-Tox II in the baitbox all the time now to keep them from moving back in. This works great, very palatable.
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By Robert on May 20, 2011
I have used this product before and being in the grain business we have a hard time with mouse poison doing a good job when the mouse has plenty to eat. I can put this item out and two days later you start noticing less mice running around the area.
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By Mike on December 7, 2011
Has had zero results. Old fashion traps seem to work much better.
Liquid Rat Poison
By James on January 11, 2012
Rats don't seem to get attracted to it as well as other products, especially in cold weather. Also, it is harder to distribute and keep stations maintained. Just plain water just doesn't do the job. I tried adding a cup of sugar per gallon but that didn't work all that well either. YOu can put it beside the Weatherbloks and/or the Contrac pellets and the rats will always go to the liquid last if at all. Seems to work okay if they use it.
work for me
By Ramses on March 17, 2013
its really godd where you have a dry and non wather ambient. i used in a grain farm and found 20 to 50 rats dead per day. i am very happy with it. and also used 3 bags per galon of wather so is not need to use 4 per galon. 3 is perfect.
June 3, 2013
Great product. Fast acting. Had a horrible problem with rats in my barn. Two days after setting out the Liqua-ToxII, there was a dramatic decrease in the rat population. Don't know where most of them went, but there hasn't been any odor. I bought this product after talking with the sales lady and finding out this was safe to use around my dogs and cat. She said that my dog would have to eat many many many dead or dosed rats to be affected. Since the dogs don't eat the rats, just play with them until they stop moving, I was sold! I am extremely satisfied. Worth every penny to buy it and the bait stations.
June 21, 2013
I use this with peanut butter as the bait. (Mix it in a zip lock quart bag). Works GREAT for the target animal, no worry about the cat drinking the water.
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October 14, 2009Joan asked:
QHow long does it take for a house mouse to die from ingesting Liqua-Tox?
How long do I need to leave product out, assuming I don't actually see the mice consume it or happen to find little bodies laying around? How many doses does the mouse have to consume before it dies? If I happen to have a water source nearby, where would I put your product? What are the odds the little critters will consume the poison rather than the water?
ALiqua-Tox II is a product that takes advantage of the fact the rodents need moisture to survive. It works best in a situation where there may not be a moisture source nearby for mice or rats, like an attic or a crawl space. If there is a water source nearby then Liqua-Tox may not be as effective; you may want to try a bait. Once consumed, the product will usually kill within a few hours. A rodent only needs to consume a small amount, this is a single dose poison. You should remove all signs of droppings so you can monitor if there is still activity. When you do not see any new droppings or signs of activity then you know the Liqua-Tox II has done its job.
June 19, 2013Kirk from Desert Hot Springs,ca. asked:
QI'm concerned about secondary poisoning , how safe is Liqua-T product if a cat or dog were to eat a rat?
AThe risk of secondary poisoning with Liqua-Tox is very minimal. A mouse only consumes a very small amount of bait at a time and passes it very quickly only keeping a smaller amount in their liver until they succumb to the effects of the bait. A cat would have to actually eat 20-30 mice that have consumed the bait for it to have an effect. In most cases well fed domesticated animals will not actually eat a mouse or a rat that they come across. Instead they will play with it, chew it and then leave it behind.