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The T1 Pre-baited mouse bait station is the newest innovative rodent control product from Bell Laboratories. The T1 station is pre-baited with a 1 oz block of bromethlin, fast acting rodent bait that can kill up to 20 mice and has a lower risk of secondary poisoning. Each station has a clear lid so you can easily see if the bait is gone or how much has been eaten. Once the bait is consumed the station can be discarded. The T1 stations are classified as a tier 1 level station by the EPA, which is tamper resistant to children and pets and weather resistant. The station can be used indoors as well as outdoors.
Each box contains 4 individual use disposable stations.
|Active Ingredient:||Bromethlin 0.01%|
|For use in:||Indoors or Outdoors. Station is weather resistant|
|Pet safe:||Yes, station is tamper resistant to children and pets.|
|Yield:||one time use station, disposable|
|Shipping Weight:||0.81 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Bell Labs (Mfg. Number: DM4814)|
This bait station may be used in and around (within 50 feet of) buildings accessible to children and pets, consistent with all use restrictions and other requirements indicated on this label. This is for control only for house mice. T1 MOUSE bait station must be used in and around buildings consistent with all use restrictions and other requirements indicated on this label. Do not place this bait station in any area where there is a possibility of contaminating food or surfaces that come into direct contact with food.
SELECTION OF TREATMENT AREAS:
Determine areas where house mice will most likely find and consume the bait. Generally, these areas are beside burrows, along walls, by gnawed openings, in corners and concealed places.
Place the bait station at highest point of activity beside burrows, along a wall or in corner where mice or their signs have been seen. If additional units are purchased, the bait must be placed at 8 to 12 feet intervals. Maintain an uninterrupted supply of fresh bait for at least 15 days or until signs of mouse activity cease in infested areas. Replace bait station when bait is consumed or contaminated.
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17 of 17 people found this review helpful:
T1 Mouse Bait Stations are great.
By Kenneth in Hayden, Idaho on 11/11/2012
I really love these because I have a bunch of stray cats outside I take care of and house cats and they cannot get to this poison. Also, it is very clean, you don't have to touch the poison, just put the boxes around and only the mice can get to it. So I even put it under my parked car seats where the mouse invaded this year and I needed it. The traps also have a clear top so you can see inside, it the traps are empty of mouse poison. I have peace of mind my other animals are not able to have access it it.
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By Doris in LA on 05/28/2014
They are eating the bait & I'm not seeing the acitivy I was seeing Thanks
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
mouse-disposable-mouse bait stations
By Sandy in Niceville, Fl on 06/07/2016
I placed these outside seems to be working found a few dead ones will order more
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
No more mice!!!!
By Catalia in Rockford on 09/02/2016
I set these up according to the instructions and I have no more mice in my house! I have 2 small dogs and it hasn't been an issue with them getting near or in it. I haven't smelled any dead mice either! I know the mouse/mice is dead because no more poop and no more seeing them scurry through my house! I think it was just one and he almost became part of the family because the other store bait traps were not working!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Doing the job
By Cj in Cary on 10/02/2016
Found a few outside dead after putting these out. Never had any dead ones before. Using these in crawl space with glue traps. I have no mice at this time. Working well.
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01/21/2013 Manny from Hutto Tx
QWhat makes the T1 Disposable Mouse Bait Stations better than the ones in stores?
that the one that they sell in homedepot (tomcat) if it has the same active ingredients
AEven though the active ingredient is the same, the food based attractants are different. In order to get the rodent to eat the bait, the bait must be made from ingredients that the rodents find very attractive, especially if there are competing food sources around. Think about it like this, Mcdonalds hamburgers are beef, and steak is also beef. They both have the same basic ingredient but one of them is much more attractive.
10/31/2011 Emil from Huntley, Il
QDetails About T1
Is the T1 pre-baited and can it be used outdoors?
AThe T-1 does come with bait already inside, so it is pre-baited. It can be used indoors as well as outdoors. It is a one time use station, so when the bait is gone you cannot place more bait inside. It is meant to be discarded.
02/13/2015 Esther from Virginia
QIf my dogs chews on a T1 poisoned dead mouse, will it poison him?
ASecondary poisoning is highly unlikey with the T1 Mouse Disposable Mouse Bait Stations. Normally, a dog would have to consume alot more of the bait in pure form. There is not an anitidote for the active ingredient used. If your dog seems to be feelig sick please seek your veterinarian.
07/19/2015 Joel from Barbados
QIs this 12 boxes of 4 or 3 boxes of 4 of the T1 Mouse Disposable Mouse Bait Stations?
This says 12 stations but price point seems to be 12 boxes of 4.
A T1 Mouse Disposable Mouse Bait Stations are sold in a box of 4 or a case of 12 boxes (4 stations per box), which would be 48 stations total.
T1 Mouse Disposable Mouse Bait Stations are sold in a box of 4 or a case of 12 boxes (4 stations per box), which would be 48 stations total.
12/08/2014 Mary from Northbridge, Ma
QHow long does it take for the T1 Mouse Disposable Mouse Bait Stations to work?
How long does it take for the bait to work?
AThe bait in the TI Mouse Disposable Bait Station could take anywhere for 12-48 hour kill time after ingestion. The mice do have to eat the bait before they start to die out.
11/21/2013 Barb from Langhorne, Pa
QWhen the mice die from the poison if they die in your home don't they stink?
AUnfortunantly, rats that consume poison could die anywhere. If this happens and you can not locate the mouse you could use Bac-A-Zap. The only sure fire way to make sure the location of the dead mouse is known, would to use a Snap Trap
04/14/2015 Olivier from Omaha Ne.
QWill T1 Mouse Disposable Mouse Bait Stations out doors on voles that are near the foundation of my house
AT1 Mouse Disposable Mouse Bait Stations is not labeled for voles. You can use Kaput Rat and mouse bait. Place the bait in stations near runs.