RodentStop is a barrier paste that is animal friendly for pest control, reinforced with metal fiber for excellent protection and metal detectable. This paste formula functions as a physical barrier, sealing cracks, seams, joints, holes, and crevices to prevent ingress and close any entryways for rodents, mice, and other pests. Highly ideal for a wide range of locations making it a versatile and flexible choice. It can be incorporated into both existing and new buildings especially in hygiene sensitive areas such as hospitals and food preparation facilities. It can also be painted over once set and dry and remains potent and effective. It is pesticides-free and is instantly waterproof, making it a highly effective formula. Also, it is compliant with the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach. RodentStop comes in a 12 oz. tube. This product must be applied with a caulking gun (not included).
Kitchens and food preparation facilities, supermarkets, manufacturing and distribution centers, bakeries and restaurants, buildings with vulnerable electric cabling, domestic properties, hygiene sensitive areas, and many more.
Gnawed openings, cracks, joints and holes in brickwork, brick walls, sidings, settlement cracks, steel, cast iron, PVC, drains, sewage pipes and electrical ducts.
Ensure surface is clean and dry. Openings should be at least .25 inch (6 mm) wide for RodentStop to achieve proper adhesion.
Connect the RodentStop cartridge to a caulking gun and cut the nozzle of the cartridge with pliers, scissors or a sharp knife to your desired bead size.
Apply RodentStop to the area that needs to be sealed, with a depth of at least .75 inch (18 mm).
Make sure the area is completely filled to the edges on all sides. To finish, smooth the RodentStop putty with a small trowel.
The required layer depth may vary in order to achieve maximum blocking capacity. RodentStop can be installed in cold or warm weather conditions. Check label for temperature range.
The surface will be dry after 48 hours in normal weather conditions, at which point it can be painted if so desired.
Kitchens and food preparation facilities, supermarkets, manufacturing and distribution centers, bakeries and restaurants, buildings with vulnerable electric cabling, domestic properties, eaves and roof joints, plumbing and pipe areas.
The RodentStop paste came as expected and appears to be everything that the advertisement states (one can see the metal flakes in the paste). It seems to do the trick of effectively filling in small exterior gaps in our house. I used the paste two weeks ago and we have not had any mice (nor have I heard any scurrying mice in the usual places) since that time. I also don't see any evidence of mice attempting to disturb those areas. RodentStop is relatively easy to use, even for someone like me who is not an efficient "DIYer". I would definitely recommend this product.