First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide

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First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide

First Strike Soft Bait is a unique rodenticide bait from Liphatech that is highly effective against rats and mice.  The softness of the bait makes it easy to secure on bait station rods.  First Strike Soft Bait also has shown high acceptance by rodents, even when competing food sources are available. The unique bait packaging around each bait allows the aroma to escape, increasing the attractiveness of the product. First Strike maintains palatability and integrity in both hot and cold environments.  Unlike competing bait products, First Strike Soft Bait contains no wax, making it that much more attractive and palatable to both rats and mice. We recommend using First Strike Soft Bait in tamper-resistant bait stations.

Cannot be sold in quantities smaller than 16 lb total.




First Strike Soft Bait is a unique rodenticide bait from Liphatech that is highly effective against rats and mice.  The softness of the bait makes it easy to secure on bait station rods.  First Strike Soft Bait also has shown high acceptance by rodents, even when competing food sources are available. The unique bait packaging around each bait allows the aroma to escape, increasing the attractiveness of the product. First Strike maintains palatability and integrity in both hot and cold environments.  Unlike competing bait products, First Strike Soft Bait contains no wax, making it that much more attractive and palatable to both rats and mice.

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  • 18 of 20 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  This is the real deal!!
    By Joe in Boston, MA on 12/26/2011
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    When all other rodent (hard) baits fail for you, make sure there will be is no shyness or rejection of the rodenticide. Use First Strike for the kill! Even if you put hard block baits in the same bait station with First Strike or close by in other stations, they won't even touch the hard baits. Rodents go crazy over this stuff! Thanks Do My Own Pest Control for excellent customer service and Liphatech for their great products.

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  • 11 of 13 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Best Kept Secret
    By Ms in Chicago, IL on 06/19/2012

    I was irritated for over a year with mice in my home. An exterminator gave me a few of these and within a day we were finding dead mice and I put more down but the last one I made sure I got the name of the product and went online and ordered more. Now when friends say anything about mice I bring them some of the first strike for their homes.

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  • 10 of 10 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide
    By Michael in Fair Haven, VT on 11/27/2012
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    I used this product based on other Pest Control companies raving about if you have a current rodent problem that just doesn't seem to be clearing up, use this product. The good, it does work well, the bad, I noticed the rodents die inside alot more than when I used a product like Final Blox. I wished it had a hole made into the center of the bait like the new soft-bait made by the people that make the Final Blox line. But, I do like this product, if only it were not so expensive.

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  • 9 of 9 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  Controlling Rats inside and outside
    By Irving in Washington, DC on 03/09/2012
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    We had evidence of rats in the walls and ceiling of a basement room and there were burrow entrances in the back yard, obviously leading to a nest where the rats tunneled into an outside wall. The bait was placed inside the walls and ceiling where the rats were detected and into the burrows. Within the week the activity had stopped and dead rats were removed from inside. The burrows remain sealed.

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  • 8 of 8 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  No Doubt!!
    By Whan in Rockville MD on 09/28/2012

    I have an well know national exterminating company maintain one of my restaurants. When I told the tech that I had a small problem at home he gave me a few trap with first strike soft bait. The mice took the bait like it was cheeseburger and fries. Soon no more mice. believe me this stuff works!!

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Good stuff one flaw
    By Brandon in fayetteville arkansas on 10/16/2017
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    Bought a farm house on several acres last year and rats/mice were plenty come winter in the crawlspace of the home and out buildings. Stuff kills them and kills them quick. My only issue is that the bait is so soft that they rip it off the spikes in the bait station, taking the whole thing with them to their hidey holes. I have found a few nesting places with several packs in them. Literally refilled a rat station completely full 3 nights in a row when I first started. Stinks so much is wasted at the high price. To battle this I just put a few packs in and refill more often. But it does its job and the mice/rats/ and even gophers love it

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Great Product
    By Charlie in OK on 06/13/2017

    I prefer the First Strike over the Just One Bite. It works much faster and is very effective. It attracts the mice and rats. I first learned about it through a pest control company and they used it. I was impressed and I purchased a pail of it

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  RATS
    By John in BROXTON, GA 31519 on 06/01/2017

    WORKS! A RAT BAIT IS EITHER A KILLER OR FEEDER. THIS IS A KILLER.

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  • 2 of 5 stars  Doesn't seem to be working.
    By D. in las vegas,NV on 04/07/2017

    The customer service rep I spoke to said this stuff was the best, so I went ahead and made the purchase. It's been over two months now and doesn't appear that the rats have even touched the stuff in any of my three bait traps.

    Expert Response   Expert response:
    We are sorry to hear that the product did not work according to your expectation. There will be a Customer Service Representative in touch with you shortly.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 stars  R U Serious?
    By Thirty in Hyattsville on 03/24/2017

    I bought 2 bags of this in January. I run a route in Wash DC and Prince Georges County Md, 80% residential, balance commercial....and have had ABSOLUTELY NOT A NIBBLE AT THIS BAIT. These were locations where droppings and product damage was noted at floor and counter level. I am NOT badmouthing this product, just today, i removed the bait from the paper and placed it, maybe this will help.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Love, Love, Love
    By Connie in Pinconning, MI on 03/21/2017

    This product does the trick!!

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  • 1 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  This stuff is the best
    By James in North Brunswick on 12/24/2016

    I'm giving 5 stars for the product but I wish you guys could compete financially with my pesticide distributor so that I could purchase all of my products from you. You need to do some secret shopping with Univar and residex

    Expert Response   Expert response:
    Thank you for your comments! We hope you can understand that we cannot always compete with your local distributors since we do ship items directly to your door with Free Shipping. If you are purchasing with us regularly for your business, then we suggest registering with our Pro Division to see if there are any further possible discounts available to you. We appreciate your business!

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  • 4 of 4 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Best rat/mice bait ever
    By Highly in Freer, TX on 11/23/2016

    I have several ranches with barns. I have been using this bait for about 3 years with great results,highly recommend.

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  • 0 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide
    By Connie in Pinconning, MI on 09/27/2016

    Does the trick

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  • 2 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide
    By Connie in Pinconning, MI on 09/27/2016

    Does the trick

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05/08/2011 Lee

QDo we need to open the First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide packets before we put them out?
Does blue part come out of white pack???

AIt is not necessary to open the First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide packets. These packets are specially designed to allow the aroma from the bait to escape. Rodents like to gnaw and they will gnaw through the packets.

27 of 28 people found this answer helpful.
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03/26/2012 Elizabeth from Whitinsville Ma

QWillFirst Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide sicken cats and birds that eat mice killed by First Strike?
Concerned that mice ingesting difethialone in house will die outdoors and be eaten by other animals who might be harmed by First Strike.

AIn most cases secondary poisoning is not going to be a problem unless the predatory animal eats many rodents that have succumbed to the effects of the First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide. The exact amount of mice that must be eaten for the predatory animal to become sick will depend on the size and the health of the animal but usually they would need to consume near their own body weight of bait to get sick.

14 of 16 people found this answer helpful.
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04/29/2015 Iona from Toronto, Ontario

QHow much of the First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide is dangerous to a 10 lb dog?
A pest control company put two units in our garden. Our dog picked up the corner of the package they ripped open. It has a tiny amount blue residue in it and I am pretty sure that she didn't chew it. Will this be a problem for her and should we give her something or call the vet?

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In most cases, secondary poisoning is not going to be a problem unless the predatory animal eats many rodents that have succumbed to the effects of the First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide. The exact amount of mice that must be eaten for the predatory animal to become sick will depend on the size and the health of the animal but usually they would need to consume near their own body weight of bait to get sick. We do recommend that you contact your vet if your dog is sick or shows signs that are abnormal. Please provide the vet with the MSDS for more information.

7 of 19 people found this answer helpful.
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08/10/2013 Marsha from Woodstock, Va

QHow many First Strike soft bait bags should I put in lg pet-resistant plastic bait stations?
I have several large black plastic outdoor bait stations (5-sided, with the side against the wall being 12"). I opened it with a Proteca key & found the interior is divided into sections, with a thin aluminum rod laying across a couple of the dividers. What is the purposes of that small rod? In which sections of the base of the bait station do I place the bait? Thanks for your help.

AThe rod is for you to thread through the bait so that the bait is held in place so rodents cannot relocate it. We reocmmend you start off putting 3-4 baits per station (on the rod) and then checking the stations after 1 week. If all of the bait is gone you need to use more bait. If there is still a lot of bait left you should use less bait. The amount of bait you need to use will always be based on the rodent population in your area at any given time.

7 of 8 people found this answer helpful.
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09/24/2013 James from Deer Park N.y.

QHow long does the First Strike Bait stay fresh in the pail and the bait stations?

AFirst Strike Bait should be applied in a tamper resistant station and changed out every 40-60 days. The container is good for one year from the date of purchase if stored away from extreme temperatures.

5 of 5 people found this answer helpful.
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Most Recent Customer Questions

06/22/2017 Shaud from Baltimore

QWhat will happen if a child consumed First Strike Soft Bait?

A

Call a poison control center or doctor immediately for treatment advice. Have the person sip a glass of water if able to swallow. Do not induce vomiting unless told to do so by the poison control center or doctor. †You should have the First Strike Soft Bait label and the SDS†available when you call.

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06/22/2017 Janet from Fall River

QIs First Strike Soft Bait toxic to humans?

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If First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide†or any other rodenticide†is used improperly, then it can be hazardous to both humans and animals. ††It is, therefore, important to avoid any unnecessary contact with the bait and to keep it away from children and pets. †We recommend you read the product label and the SDS sheet to see if this product is right for you.

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06/20/2017 Barry from Peru, In

QWhat are the ingredients in First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide?
I need info for vet because my cat ate some.

A

The active ingredient in First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide†is†difethialone. Here is the SDS for more information.†

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05/23/2017 Deaondra from Ideal, Ga

QWhat happens if you touch First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide with your hands?

A

Just touching the†First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide†with your hands will not effect you though it should be avoided. †You would need to wash them well after contact to remove the product before handling food, utensils or other parts of your body. †It is recommended to always wear gloves when handling the bait to avoid contact.

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04/26/2017 Sandra from Chicago, Il

QMy 80lb dog ate two pouches of First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide, what should I do?

A

We recommend contacting your veternarian immediately to discuss the effects your dog may have if they consumed any amount of First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide.††

Product Label WARNING:

TREATMENT FOR PET POISONING: If animal eats bait, call veterinarian at once.

NOTE TO PHYSICIAN OR VETERINARIAN: Contains the anticoagulant difethialone. If swallowed, this material may reduce the clotting ability of blood and cause bleeding. For humans or animals ingesting bait and/or showing obvious poisoning symptoms (bleeding or prolonged prothrombin times), give Vitamin K1 intramuscularly or orally. Also for pets, if needed, check prothrombin time every 3 days until values return to normal (up to 30 days). In severe cases, blood transfusions may be needed.

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11/20/2016 Mike from Phoenix, Az

QHow many feedings will kill an average size rat when baiting with First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide?
I have a couple of rats and they seem to LOVE these. Assuming these are average size rats

A

First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide is a highly palatable bait second generation anit-coagulant, and will be preferred even when other food sources are available. You should use 1-4 pouches per placement usually spaced 8-12 feet apart. You should start to notice results in about 4-5 days. It can take multiple feedings over that time period for the bait to take effect.†

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11/17/2016 Frank from Chicago, Il

QWhat happens after a rat or mouse eats the First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide?

A

First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide is a second generation anticoagulant bait. So it works on the clotting agents in their blood and causes them to internally bleed to death after ingestion. It can take 3 - 5 days for it to completely take effect.†

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08/18/2016 Jon from Tucson, Az

QWhat is the lethal dose amount of First Strike for a large rat, and how long before death occurs?
There is a related question in Q & A, but it was not specifically answered. I'd like to know how much of the bait a large rat needs to eat for a lethal dose, and how long does it take, approximately, for a large rat to die after ingestion.

A

The SDS for First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide†states the†LD50 (oral-rat): >2000 mg per kg.†Time kill depends on how big the rat is and how much they ate but can range from 1- 5 days after consuming a lethal dose.

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04/12/2015 Victor from Mesa, Arizona

Qhow much first strike does a rodent have to eat before it dies?

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First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide is a 2nd generation anticoagulant rodenticide meaning that rodents are affected or killed after a single feeding of bait. 

For mice: Apply 1 pack per placement, usually 8 to 12 feet apart. Up to four packs may be needed at points of very high mouse activity. Maintain a constant supply of fresh bait for 15 days or until signs of mouse activity decrease.

For rats: Apply 12 to 48 packs per placement, usually spaced 15 to 30 feet apart. Maintain a constant supply of fresh bait for 10 days or until signs of rat activity decrease. 

4 of 6 people found this answer helpful.
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01/17/2015 Larry from Boynton Beach, Florida

QIs there any special handling or precautions needed when baiting the stations

AWe would recommend wearing gloves when handling First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide. Also, make sure the bait is put in places where it will not be necessarily available for other animals, such as dogs and/or cats.

3 of 3 people found this answer helpful.
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