There is no guarantee as to where rodents wil die when using any kind of rodenticide. Neither Liqua-Tox nor any other bait will cause rodents to move to a different location in search of water. Liqua-Tox is attractive because of its liquid formulation, but it will not remove rats from a location. Rat-X bait is a natural bait that reduces some of the smell of decomposing rodents and has been very popular. Be sure to use enough bait and placements and to follow the product label instructions.
The best option for finding and removing dead rodents in an interior area is to use traps such as Trapper T-Rex Rat Traps or Trapper Rat Glue Boards. Using traps allows you to check your exact placements and remove rodents quickly.
Liqua-Tox II only kills those rodents that ingest the product directly so it would only kill the mother.
Liqua-Tox II should not be used in areas where there is a possibility of contaminating food or food-preparation surfaces. Rats and mice are notorious for finding their way indoors. They can find even the tiniest crack in a structure and force there way in.
Liqua-Tox II contains Diphacinone, sodium salt 0.11%. The inert ingredient part of any product is a trade secret and not disclosed to anybody.
Liqua-Tox II is registered for sale to California. You would need to check with your state regulations on whether you can use on your own property though, generally your agricultural department can assist with this.
It is recommended to mix one pouch of Liqua-Tox II with a quart of water.
One box of Liqua-Tox II contains 32 1.68 oz pouches.
No. Liqua-Tox II can only be used in Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial, and Public Buildings. It canot be used inside residential buildings at all.