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Rat Poison is a highly effective method of killing rats but needs to be placed in the correct location. For example where there are fresh droppings, inside or near burrows, runways and feeding places. Use 100g per bait point and place 10 metres apart, reducing to 5 metres in areas of high infestation. For the protection of pets and children, use a bait station to prevent from accidental exposure.
Pest Expert Rat Killer Kits combine the best products on the market, to rid you of your rat pest problem quickly and efficiently. Pest Expert Rat Killer Kits provide all the necessary equipment for the control of small to large scale rat infestations, helping to reduce the economic costs and health risks associated with having a rat infestation in your home.
Pest Expert Rat Bait Boxes (also known as Bait Stations) are designed to prevent accidental exposure to poison rat baits. If you wish to use Rat Poison when there are children and pets in the house, a Rat Bait Box will help ensure only rats can gain access to the bait. For added safety, some of our Rat Bait Boxes come with securing rods to hold bait blocks in place, should the bait station get knocked if not fixed to a wall.
Rat Poison Bait Blocks are easy to use and highly attractive to rodents. The Pest Expert Rat Bait Blocks have been cleverly shaped to encourage feeding, ensuring rats and mice eat their lethal dose fast. Our bait blocks have been designed with a hole through the centre, so that they can be easily secured on the baiting rods, which come supplied with our Lockable Mouse & Rat Bait Stations.
Pest Expert Rat Poison Bait Grain provides fantastic value and is also irresistible to rodents. Our Blue to Green in colour, Pest Expert's Rat Poison Grain is probably the most popular bait in the professional service market, used in domestic, commercial and farm environments. For best results and to remove the risk of accidental exposure use poison baits with a bait station. For example - Pest Expert Rat Poison Bait Boxes with Locking Mechanism.
Pest Expert Rat Poison Paste Bait Sachets are also highly palatable to rats, due to their unique soft paste blend and sweet smelling aroma. Paste sachets are extremely effective in the control of rats indoors and outdoors around buildings. The bait packs are edible to rodents and cleverly designed to allow the smell of the attractants to seep out, while still keeping the bait in good condition.
Many of the rodenticides available from Pest Control Supplies for the DIY amateur market are also used by professionals, with professional strength active ingredients for fast and effective control of rat & mouse problems within the home or work place, some of which can be seen listed below.
Bromadiolone is a second generation anticoagulant which was introduced to the UK in the late 1970s. To this day it is still the most widely used rodenticide in the professional sector, delivering excellent results when used to control rats. In tests, Bromadiolone has repeatedly shown itself to far outperforming the active ingredient Difenacoum. It has also proven to be highly effective in killing rodents in areas where resistance to first generation anticoagulants exists.
Difenacoum was the first of the second generation anticoagulants introduced to the UK in the early 1970s. The reason for its development was due to nationwide resistance to Warfarin and the need to create an alternative poison. It is still a good quality rodenticide and one we recommend for use as an alternative, following the initial use of Bromadiolone rat poison products
Brodifacoum is a second generation anticoagulant introduced to the UK in the early 1980s, and has perhaps the highest toxicity of all the anticoagulant rodenticides. It is not necessarily any better than the Bromadiolone products, particularly when taking into account the higher price tag and it does not reduce the average time taken to control an infestation, however it does decrease the amount of bait needed to be consumed to achieve the lethal dose. As a result of this high toxicity, this active ingredient is not cleared for outdoor use in the UK.