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Maxforce Fleet contains the active ingredient Fipronil, for fast and effective control of ants in 3-5 days. The speed of Fipronil is formulated for ants trophallaxis, which is slow enough for foraging ants to return to the colony to feed the bait to larvae and the queen so entire colony is killed in a domino effect. The gel is a moist, carbohydrate-rich gel to enhanced the bait's attractiveness to target ants and enable it to stay where it is applied-even through vertical applications. It offers broad-spectrum control on carpenter, argentine, pharaoh, pavement, honey, acrobat, odorous house, thief, big-headed, cornfield and field ants. It can be applied indoors and outdoors in commercial, industrial and residential areas. Super attractive bait that works on hard to kill ants and has better formulation.
|Active Ingredient:||Fipronil .001%|
|Target pests:||Carpenter, Argentine, Pharaoh, Pavement, Honey, Acrobat, Odorous House, Thief, Big-Headed, Cornfield and Field Ants|
|For use in:||Commercial, Industrial and Residential areas: Indoors & Outdoors|
|Application:||Gently squeeze the trigger until the gel flows out
Reservoirs that still contain gel can be sealed with the end cap for future use
|Pet safe:||Yes, if used as directed on Label|
|Time to Kill:||3-5 Days|
|Shipping Weight:||0.45 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Bayer (Mfg. Number: 85363883)|
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
APPLICATIONS IN FOOD/FEED HANDLING ESTABLISHMENTS:
Application within food/feed areas of food/feed handling establishments is limited to crack and crevice treatment only. Apply with syringe applicator or bait injector directly into cracks and crevices. Place applicator tip into cracks and crevices and where ants may travel. Apply gel (up to 1 gram) per spot. Apply bait in small amounts between different elements of construction, openings leading into voids and hollow spaces in ?oors, walls, ceilings, equipment legs and bases, around plumbing pipes, doors and windows, cabinets, sinks, stoves and other places where ants may enter the establishment. During follow-up visits inspect bait placements and reapply when necessary. Do not apply bait to areas where food/feed, food utensils or food processing surfaces may become contaminated. Do not apply bait in cracks and crevices of areas that are routinely washed, tops of tables, food/feed preparation and prepared food/feed holding surfaces as bait may be removed by washing. Do not apply bait to surfaces where the temperature exceeds 120° F as bait may run. Examples include, but are not limited to. Portions of stoves, ovens, grills, fume hoods, heat lamps, coffee urns, steam tables, toasters, fryers, dishwashers and hot water pipes. Care should be taken to avoid depositing gel onto exposed surfaces. If gel contacts an exposed surface, remove it and wash exposed surface. Food/feed areas include areas for receiving, storage packing (canning, bottling, wrapping, boxing), preparing edible waste for storage, and enclosed processing systems (mills, dairies, edible oils, syrups). Serving areas are also considered a food area when food is exposed and facility is in operation. Application of this product in food/feed areas of food/feed handling establishments after then as a crack and crevice instrument is not permitted.
DIRECTIONS FOR USING THE MAXFORCE BAIT INJECTOR, LOADING RESERVOIRS AND OPERATION:
With the teeth of the drive rod facing up, pull the drive rod all the way back. Attach ant gel reservoir to the bait injector with a twist-locking movement. Remove the reservoir outlet cap and attach the dispensing tip. Push the drive rod until the drive plunger seats against the piston in the reservoir of gel. Turn drive rod knob until teeth are facing down. Gently squeeze the trigger until the gel ?ows out. Reservoirs that still contain gel can be sealed with the end cap for future use.
DIRECTIONS FOR CHANGING RESERVOIRS:
With the arrow on the drive rod pointing up, pull the drive rod out as far as it will go. Remove the empty reservoir, wrap and place in trash can. Reservoirs that still contain gel can be sealed with the outlet cap for future use. To attach a new reservoir of gel follow the above directions.
- To apply gel: Remove cap from tip, touch tip to surface and depress plunger. Recap after use.
- Apply gel in spots in cracks and crevices. For best results, place many spots or dabs of gel where you see ants foraging and entering the structure.
- Do not apply the gel to areas which have been recently sprayed with insecticide or contaminated with foggers and do not spray insecticide over gel as this may cause the bait to become repellent. Do not apply gel to areas that are routinely washed, such as counter tops, as gel will be removed or diluted and spread onto the surface. If you have recently sprayed, remove the dead ants and thoroughly clean the area before applying the gel.
- Place the bait as follows: Gel can be placed in cracks, crevices, corners and any out of the way place, such as under and behind kitchen appliances, along baseboards, under sinks, in pantry, around pipes and water heater, window and door frames, and in the garage, attic, or crawl space.
Maxforce Fleet may be placed into re?llable bait stations designed for interior or exterior/perimeter use; when placing bait in the station, do not exceed the capacity of the station’s reservoir. Close bait station securely after application. During follow up visits inspect placements and reapply as needed. For best results, place stations near ant trails, nest sites, where ants are actively foraging or suspected areas of ant activity. Stations may also be placed along fence lines and property lines to intercept foraging ants entering the property.
FOR INDOOR USE:
Visually inspect for ants and place bait in areas of known or suspected ant activity. Place bait along foraging trails and into nest sites. A careful inspection will help to identify sites suitable for bait placement. Apply bait in small spots or beads into cracks, crevices, holes or other small openings where ants travel including: wall voids, cracks and crevices in kitchen, bathroom under sink, window sills, screen vents, garage, attic, and crawl spaces. Do not treat food preparation surfaces.
Place gel outdoors into, on or adjacent to structures where you see ants, next to ant trails and suspected areas of ant activity. Likely locations for ants and gel placements are points of entry into structure and areas with potential water damage including eaves, weep holes, where wires and pipes come into the building structure, trees, stumps, roots, wood decks, fences, planter boxes, woodpiles, landscaping, and railroad ties. Extreme heat or cold, direct sunlight and water may reduce the residual effectiveness. Pest population reduction will be apparent within a week.