Safest and Most Efficient Mice Rat Poison
- Vertox 25 contains brodifacoum, i.e. a single feed is enough to kill a rat or a mouse
- It is effective against rats and mice
- Vertox 25 can be used indoors and also around buildings in tamper-resistant bait stations. It is moisture and mould resistant
- It is shaped in an octagonal block which encourages feeding and gnawing
- A hole in the middle of each 20g. block allows secure placement in a bait box, preventing the mice rat poison to be carried away
- Formulated with a sweet cocoa smell which rodents find very attractive
VERTOX 25 OKTABLOK II Contains brodifacoum 0.0025% w/w and denatonium benzoate 0.001% w/w. It is used for the protection of public health, stored products and materials.
Read and follow the Vertox 25 label before using it.
How much Mice Rat Poison is required to get rid of rodents?
- Small and large mouse infestation: 1 tub.
- Small rat infestation: 1 tub. Large rat infestation: 2-3 tubs of Vertox 25.
Rats (Rattus norvegicus)
For a low level of infestation use 2-3 rat poison blocks in rodent bait stations every 10m, and for a high infestation use 2-3 blocks in bait stations every 5m. The bait stations should be visited only 5 to 7 days after the beginning of the treatment and at least weekly afterward in order to check whether the bait is accepted, the bait stations are intact and to remove rodent bodies. Re-fill bait when necessary.
Mice (Mus musculus):
For a low level of infestation use 1 mice poison block in bait stations every 5m, and for a high infestation use 1 block in mice bait boxes every 2m. The bait stations should be visited at least every 2 to 3 days at the beginning of the treatment and at least weekly afterward, in order to check whether the bait is accepted, the bait stations are intact and to remove rodent bodies. Re-fill bait when necessary.
Directions for Use
Prior to the use of rat & mice poison, non-chemical control methods (e.g. rodent traps) should be considered. Also consider preventative control measures such as blocking access holes, and removing potential food and drink sources as far as possible in order to improve rodenticide intake and reduce the likelihood of reinvasion.
Remove food that is readily attainable for rodents (e.g. spilled grain or food waste). Do not clean up the infested area just before the treatment, as this only disturbs the rodent population and
makes bait acceptance more difficult to achieve.
Use rat & mice poison only in tamper-resistant bait stations. Bait stations should be placed in the immediate vicinity where rodent activity has been observed (e.g. rodent runs, nesting sites, holes, burrows, etc.).
When used for the control of mice, bait stations must only be placed indoors. Replace any rat & mice poison in a bait station in which bait has been damaged by water or contaminated by dirt. Where possible, bait stations must be fixed to the ground or other structures.
Place bait stations out of the reach of children, birds, pets, farm animals, and other non-target animals. Place bait stations away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs, as well as from utensils or surfaces that have contact with these.
Place the bait stations in areas not liable to flooding. Do not place bait stations near water drainage systems where they can come into contact with water. When using rat & mice poison do not eat, drink or smoke. Wash hands and directly exposed skin after using rat & mice poison. Remove the remaining bait or the bait stations at the end of the treatment period.
Search for and remove dead rodents during treatment, at least as often as when bait stations are inspected.
Vertox 25 Storage and disposal
Store in a dry, cool, and well-ventilated place. Keep only in the original container. Keep the container closed and away from direct sunlight. Store in places prevented from the access of children, birds, pets and farm animals. At the end of the treatment, dispose of uneaten rat & mice poison and the packaging in accordance with local requirements. In Ireland dispose of uneaten bait and the packaging in accordance with EPA requirements for the disposal of hazardous waste.
Use of gloves is recommended. Dispose of dead rodents in accordance with local requirements. Poisoned rodents should be double-bagged using plastic bags and either disposed of in a
household waste bin with a secure lid to prevent access of wildlife or pets, or collected by a specialist waste contractor. Rodents can be disease carriers. Do not touch dead rodents with your bare hands. Use gloves or use tools such as tongs when disposing of them.
Can I buy Rodenticide in bigger tubs?
Unfortunately, it has been decided at the European level (European Biocide Directive 2018) that rat & mice poison placed on the market for untrained users should not be sold in packs bigger than 300g. We sell the strongest rat & mice poison available on the market (brodifacoum 0.025%) in the highest quantity tubs (300g.).
If you require higher quantities of rodenticide you can purchase several tubs. We offer discounts for higher quantities purchased. If you are distributing rodenticides please contact us directly, we can offer pallet quantity discounts.