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 JT Eaton Bait Blocks

The active ingredient in Eaton Bait Blocks (Diphacinone) is toxic to pets, fish and children. It is best to place bait in areas inaccessible to pets and children.
JT Eaton Bait can be used indoors or outdoors. Common places to use Eaton rat and mouse bait include agricultural buildings, residential homes, garages, attics, yards, commercial food service facilities, food manufacturing plants, food processing establishments, dumpsters, sheds, cabins.
We Recommend JT Eaton Bait Blocks for:
Use to get rid of Cotton Rats, Deer Mice, House Mouse, Norway Rat, Roof Rat, Black Rat, Brown Rat, Pocket Mouse, Kangaroo Rat, Harvest Mouse, Jumping Mouse, and more.
Place Eaton Bait in locations out of reach of children, pets, and non-target animals!
For rats:
Apply 2 to 8 blocks (4 to 16oz) of Bait per placement. Rait baiting placement varies by location. Generally placements are 15 to 20 feet apart as rats will travel quite some distance in search of food. You must maintain a constant supply of bait for 10 days for best results.
For Mice:
Break Eaton Blocs into 3 pieces and place 1 to 2 small blocks at 10 foot intervals around the infested area. You must maintain a constant supply of bait for at least 15 days for best results.
Replace consumed or spoiled bait immediately to keep a constant supply.
Tip: To prevent re-infestation you must limit alternate food sources and seal entry points.
See our Pest Depot Sales Associate for more information.
JT Eaton Bait Blocks will treat between 250 and 500 linear feet depending on infestation and rodent type. It is best to identify the infestation source and concentrate placements near entry ways to the rodent’s nest. Remember to maintain a constant supply of bait for 10 to 15 days depending on rodent.
Eaton bait will last 36 months in an unopened sealed bucket. Once opened, the bait should be used in 12 months.
JT Eaton Bait takes 2 to 4 days to kill rats and mice after they eat it. Bromadiolone is a slow acting poison that will not create bait shyness.

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