Vendetta Cockroach Gel Bait is labeled for all varieties of cockroaches, not just German roaches.
The active ingredient and bait matrix are the main differences between Vendetta Roach Bait Gel and Alpine Roach Bait Gel. The active ingredient in Vendetta Roach Bait Gel is abamectin b1. The active ingredient in Alpine Cockroach Bait Gel is dinotefuran. This active ingredient is considered reduced risk meaning that it is more safe around people, pets and for the environment, yet strong enough to eliminate roaches.
You should re-apply the Vendetta Cockroach Gel Bait as often as needed if the roaches are eating it. If the roaches do not eat it all, it will harden over time. It should be replaced after 30 days. The gel will work even after it hardens, though it does work best when it is soft. The gel will dry out quickly if you place it on a porous surface or if you place it in an area where it is exposed to air currents (heating or cooling vents). You can help avoid these situations by placing the Vendetta Cockroach Gel Bait in disposable bait plate stations. Bait Plate Stations are low-profile, economic, and easy-to-use plastic stations that hold gel, liquid and granular baits for ants, roaches and other crawling insects. Please check out our Bait Placement Guide for appropriate areas to treat with the bait gel.
Vendetta Roach Bait Gel does contain food grade materials that are meant to attract roaches. The product only needs to be used if there are roaches present. We would recommend waiting 30 days before removing the product once you have stopped seeing activity.
No, Vendetta Cockroach Gel Bait does not contain any pyrethrins.
We recommend that you contact your veterinarian if you believe your pet may have eaten Vendetta Roach Bait Gel.
No, Vendetta Plus Roach Bait Gel does not come with a bait gun, but an order will come with a plunger. Roach bait guns can be purchased separately here.