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The Giant Destroyer, 4 tubes, 2 oz
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- 2 oz
- Giant destroyer cartridge rodent gasser
- 4 tubes per card. cartridge can be instantly extinguished with water
- Gas cartridge kills rats, gophers, ground hogs, skunks, ground squirrels and moles
- Rapid gas killer for tunneling and burrowing rodents and animals in their holes, tunnels and burrows
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The trick to using them is in technique and vigilance. First, I take them all out of their packages and put the fuses in a plastic bag where they'll stay dry. It's easy to lose the fuses if you don't do this. Cut a piece of 1/2" garden hose about 18" long. Take the sticks and put them in a pail with a lid (an old paint can, powdered laundry detergent box, etc) along with your hose and a narrow hand shovel. Go to a mound, and probe for an opening with the shovel. The fresher the hole the easier. Once you find the opening, make sure it's free of dirt by pushing the hose down into the opening. Otherwise, it may be blocked partway down and the smoke won't get down into the burrow. Light the fuse, wait for the fuse to burn down a little, and shove it into the hole FUSE FIRST, covering it with dirt. You will be able to hear the stick burning even though it's covered.
Sometimes you won't be able to find the opening - in that case, just stomp down the dirt to compact it - put a little water on it if you have to - and the moles will push a new hole up overnight to breathe. Once you have things under control, it gets easier. Since moles are active at night, the best time to bomb them is first thing in the morning.Read more ›
OK, I purchased a bigger and better trap. Now the groundhog walks all around it and refuses to eat the gourmet meals I have put into the cage for him. Not only is he big and strong but he is also smart, wonderful! Now I feel like Bill Murray in Caddy Shack and the groundhog is winning. By this time he has eaten all of my wife's flowers, tulip bulbs and potted plants. Now it is time for war!
I can only find one entry hole in the front of our home in the shrubs so I find a large landscaping stone, then I tape two of the smoke bombs onto a stick and light the fuses and quickly jam them into the hole. Top it off with the large stone and cover it with some dirt and voila, no groundhog! Now I am making sure we don't have more of the dirt devils in our yard!
I used two of the smoke bombs as the hole was more than 8 inches in diameter and I wanted to make sure that the large volume quickly filled up with smoke.
They didn't work. The sticks were defective and GREAT HOUSEHOLD refused to take them back.
The sticks burned less than half way. I tried to restart them but they still would not burn all the way through. GREAT HOUSEHOLD sold a defective or expired product.
GREAT HOUSEHOLD claims that Amazon sold the product to me and therefore were to blame; Amazon.com clearly states that GREAT HOUSEHOLD sold the product.
I asked for a replacement product but GREAT HOUSEHOLD refused, saying it was up to Amazon.
1. The smoke is noxious -and you want in in hole, not yard. So prepare:
2. Be ready with dirt fo fill crevices / holes. We used top soil - so it was loose and easily filled.
3. Identify as many holes as you can - be ready at each.
4. Pick a time when you believe critters will be in hole - we did it at dusk.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We have a large back yard which has been plagued by pocket gophers. Nothing worked until we tried this. I'm so glad we found these!Published 4 days ago by SnowKnitty
Scares away chipmunks temporarily but doesn't kill or repel them. They put on a nice display of smoke when lit, but chipmunks return to their nest weeks after use.Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
Worthless. Unless you can be absolutely sure that it is going in within a few feet of the little monsters, probably not going to work. If you know that, just dig them up. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Stompngrounds
Well I will say this, they do fire every time, but you never really know if you get the little sob (Voles) I fight them every year and this seems to be the best.Published 14 days ago by S. Demeritt
Many on reviewing this have complained. The very first thing I discovered was that the fuse goes into a hole that is 25% bigger than the fuse itself.
That's a problem. Read more