Protecta RTU Mouse Bait Stations CASE (12 stations) with Fastrac Blox

4.5 out of 5 stars 13 Reviews | 5 Q&A

Protecta RTU Mouse Bait Stations CASE (12 stations) with Fastrac Blox

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4.5 out of 5 stars Rating: 4.5

13 Reviews | 5 Q&A

Product Overview

Save Money! This kit includes a case of Protecta RTU Mouse Bait Stations (12 stations), one Protecta Bait Station Key and one 4lb pail of Fastrac Bait Blox.  Each pail of Fastrac Blox contains approximately 128 blox of bait.  Fastrac Blox kills faster than most bait on the market and rodents will die with just one feeding. Extra Protecta Bait Station Keys can be purchased separately.

Features and Specs

Target pests: Mice
For use in: Indoors and outdoors
Application: AK
Pet safe: Yes, if used as directed on label
Parts Included: 1 Mouse Bait Station
1 pail (4 lb) Bait
Shipping Weight: 6.45 lbs
Manufacturer: Bell Labs
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  • 5 of 5 Stars

    Great service from DMOPC

    By Stan on 09/22/2011

    Verified Purchase

    Fantastic service from DMOPC. Bait stations with Fastrac arrived pronto and the savings over my "former" pest company are over a couple hundred dollars to start, not to mention the return visits to refresh the stations.

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    7 of 7 people found this review helpful

  • 5 of 5 Stars

    Well Worth It!

    By Duane on 10/12/2011

    Verified Purchase

    I went from novice in the rodent game to expert with this purchase! DoMyOwnPestControl.com is a great resource and I highly recommend them. In fact, I have already given out the cards that were included in the package. As for the Fastrac Blox, I was shocked at how efficient it is! I have turned the whole rodent game around and have gained control. There was immediate results the same day I placed the bait. This stuff really works!

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    7 of 7 people found this review helpful

  • 4 of 5 Stars

    fastrac and bait staitons

    By Mike on 07/27/2012

    The bait stations work - I have used them for years. Now i just tie them down so i don't lose them and have to buy them anymore. I snap a cord through the lid befor I close it and tie it to something. If you are on concrete put a nail. The bait I am not 100% sure about compared to say Contrac - maybe no difference. some boxes were fully eatan and smelled like urine so thats good. Others looked partially eatan but I am not sure if it was by mice or insects I find on the blocks. This is the same for all the blocks. So far it seems to work. Try it. Anyone know how to keep the rolly polly insects and grubs out?

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    5 of 5 people found this review helpful

  • 5 of 5 Stars

    Mice, mice, mice!

    By Anne on 10/30/2012

    Verified Purchase

    Easy to use and, most importantly, effective. To win this "war" is critical for me, and keeping mice away from the inside of my house and garage is critical. Bait stations and rodenticide are both cost effective and are keeping the mouse out of my house.

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    4 of 4 people found this review helpful

  • 5 of 5 Stars

    Great Pest Control Solution

    By Michael on 07/09/2014

    Verified Purchase

    Our lake cabin had a fairly large mouse infestation when we visited for the first time this year. When I returned home, I purchased this kit and immediately deployed a few stations in and around the cabin. The following week, there was no more droppings or any signs that the mice were still in the house. The key lock function of these units works very well. I am not worried about kids or pets getting into these units. I would recommend this to anyone dealing with a mouse problem.

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    3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Questions & Answers

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How often should you replace the bait in these stations with fresh bait?
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How often the bait should be replaced depends on how much mouse activity there is around.  You should check the Protecta RTU stations daily to start with to see if they are eating all of the bait in a day.  The key to control is to keep enough bait in the station to supply the population around the structure.  The goal is to not have it be empty when mice go inside to look for food.  You may find that you have to replace the bait daily at first but after the population dwindles you will have to add bait much less frequently (1 timer per week or even 1 x per month). Bait should also be replaced if it is insect infested or moldy.

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How does the Protecta RTU Mouse Bait Station work?

Is it a trap where the mice cannot escape? Do they eat the bait and die inside for easy cleanup?

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The Protecta RTU Mouse Bait Station is a tamper resistant container that will keep non-target animals from consuming the poison bait. The Protecta RTU does not trap the mouse in any way, the mouse enters, eats the bait and is free to exit. If you would like a covered box that the mouse enters and cannot leave, you do have a couple of options. You can use the Victor Kill and Seal Mouse Trap Model 265. This is a small container that the mouse will enter, be killed and contained. The other option would be to purchase a Protecta Mouse Bait Station and place a wooden snap trap or a Mini-T Rex snap trap inside. With either of these options you would not need to use a poison bait as the mouse will be killed anyway. You can bait the traps with peanut butter (not recommended for the Mini-T Rex), pieces of cereal, bits of cotton or other baits.

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Does the Protecta RTU work well for mice?
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Using a rodenticide bait inside mice bait stations in combination with mice traps will work best. Since mice are so much smaller than rats, rats would not be able to access the bait inside the mice bait stations.  Please read the articles below for some great tips on how to treat inside your home.  

How To Get Ride Of Mice In Your Home Article Here.

Baiting Tips For Mice Here.

Protecta RTU Mouse Bait Stations with Fastrac Blox

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Is this safe for children and pets?

My exterminator used this particular product last year and said it was safe to use with pets and children, but you literature indicates otherwise. I live in a very old house and was surprised to see a small mouse jet across my living room, it's not even cold outside. What do you recommend? Are the traps interchangeable? Can I use the same traps I have from last year and just purchase a few more if I can't buy the kit that is safe.

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The Protecta RTU Mouse Bait Stations are tamper resistant and lock when closed. They are safe for use around pets and children, but bait should always be kept out of reach of children and pets.
This kit would be excellent for your mouse problem. The stations are also reusable, so you can use the same ones that you had from last year. You can refill them with bait as needed. How often the bait should be replaced depends on how much mouse activity there is around.  You should check the stations daily to start with to see if they are eating all of the bait in a day.  The key to control is to keep enough bait in the station to supply the population around the structure.  The goal is to not have it be empty when mice go inside to look for food.  You may find that you have to replace the bait daily at first but after the population dwindles you will have to add bait much less frequently (1 timer per week or even 1 x per month). Bait should also be replaced if it is insect infested or moldy.

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I have domestic pet rats, since I run a pet rat rescue from my home. But I have mice.

The mice are not pets and never will be! They were here when we bought our home and we did not know it. I notice the mice stay out of the rooms that have the rat cages, but they are driving me nuts by destroying our food! I bought a large box of mouse traps from you today, and want to know what tips you have for being successful with them? We have only caught two mice so far using snap traps we bought locally.

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Using a rodenticide bait inside mice bait stations in combination with mice traps will work best. Since mice are so much smaller than rats, rats would not be able to access the bait inside the mice bait stations.  Please read the articles below for some great tips on how to treat inside your home.  
How To Get Ride Of Mice In Your Home Article Here.
Baiting Tips For Mice Here.

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