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Protecta LP Rat Bait Station
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- Dimensions: 13" across by 9" Deep by 3 and 3/8"
- Its "Low Profile" makes it ideal to use indoors under pallets and in other tight baiting locations
- The Protecta LP rat bait station is a triangular shaped bait station that fits in corners and along walls where rodents travel.
- One key per order with a rod inside
- The Protecta LP rat bait station locks automatically when closed and uses a special 2-prong key to open.
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|Item Dimensions||13.6 x 9.1 x 3.35 in||11 x 11 x 10 in||—||4.4 x 4.4 x 1.25 in||4.4 x 4.4 x 1.25 in||10 x 10 x 10 in|
Protecta LP is a "Low-Profile"(LP) bait station that is shaped to fit flush along walls on rodent travel paths. Tamper-resistant for child and pet protection. Protecta LP is compatible to hold Bell's Blox & Super-Size Blox. Great in wet areas, where bait is elevated and water drain hole is present. One-piece inner liner makes cleaning a breeze! 13' across x 3 3/8" tall x 9" deep.
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My last recommendation with these bait stations are to place them as much as possible in areas maybe under pallets, or under smaller low space areas as raccoons will try to access the stations and will try to take them away if they are accessible to the point raccoons can grab them and pull them away. As such, I place a cinder block on top of my bait stations and it seems to work for the most part. You can also drill a hole through the bottom of this bait station and drill a hole through a flat piece of masonry block and run a bolt or anchor through them both so the bait station is essentially attached to the flat piece of masonry to avoid raccoons from dragging it away - they WILL try!
Remember...if you tackle the rodent issue outside, the less it is likely you will have to worry about trying to tackle any issues inside...
So, even though these are several times the price of mouse stations, I bought a few of them and loaded them all up. Two days later they were nearly EMPTY - confirming the exterminator's statement that if he were being paid to maintain mouse stations, he'd have to come out twice a week at least. I refilled them, and several days later the consumption was much less. On the 3rd refill, they've shown almost no signs of activity. So, bombing them with a seemingly endless supply of bait seems to have done the trick.
Emailed Ann at Todd's and they will now put a note or display where key is in a prominent place......
Play it forward to make ecommerce easier for the next person.
Update: I discovered the key was inside a plastic bag, locked inside the trap. I was able to shake the bag out eventually. Some written indication that this is the case (or making the bag more accessible) would have made sense.
These stations are a bigger than many that I looked at, and not suitable for living areas (aesthetics) - but are perfect for the attic and in the yard and out buildings.
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it is the exact same one my old pest control company used
when they raised their prices too much for my liking I took...Read more