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MOTH BALL STATION 6CT by ENOZ MfrPartNo E63.6
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These Old Fashioned Moth Balls Stations will help you contain your moth balls while eliminating them in the process. The station is refillable to continuous use.
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Listen, I want the bunnies to get lost. I don't want to directly harm my puppy or kids, so this is a great solution to the evil garden eating bunny problem. I am pleased with this product. It's easy to use, the container is well made, and it is working. I've spent too much money on repellents, motion controlled sprinklers, pinwheels, and bottled coyote pee (!!!) to care about the toxicity to fish label.
Mothballs are pesticides intended to kill clothes moths and other fabric pests. They are regulated in the United States by the Environmental Protection Agency. The label of any pesticide, including mothballs, specifies exactly where and how you can legally use the product. Using mothballs in a way not specified by the label is not only illegal, but can harm people, pets or the environment.
Some mothballs for sale may be illegal, which means they were imported without oversight of the product contents or labeling. Because they have not been evaluated, the risks they pose are unknown.
Proper Use of Mothballs
Mothball labels typically direct users to place mothballs in a tightly closed container that will prevent the pesticide fumes from accumulating in living spaces where people and pets can breathe them in for long periods of time. Inside airtight containers, the vapors released by the mothballs build up and kill the clothes moths.
One common mistake is using mothballs in containers that aren't airtight, allowing the toxic vapors to escape into the surrounding air. This can lead to long-term exposure, which may cause health problems.
Another common mistake is using mothballs in gardens or other outdoor locations to control insects, snakes or other wildlife. Using mothballs outside can harm children, pets and other animals. Mothballs used outdoors can also contaminate soil, plants and water.