Droppings in your hallway? Gnaw marks in your furniture? Empty traps and bait boxes? When rodents run wild and conventional traps and fast-acting baits let you down, try the Victor® rodenticide blocks for impressive, no-nonsense rodent control. Refined by our product engineers to ensure that the taste of the active ingredient is fully masked, bait-shyness is no longer a problem as rats and mice are lured to consume, eliminating them from your property, indoors and out.
Victor® rodenticide blocks contain only fresh, high quality ingredients disguising the taste of the active ingredient, tempting mice and rats to eat for longer. The multiple gnawing edges boost appeal, allowing rodents to gnaw the bait at the same time. Our active ingredient, Difenacoum offers an exceptional balance of toxicity to rodents and comparative safety to humans and non-target species. In the unlikely event of accidental poisoning, the 5-7 day delayed mode of action allows time for an antidote of vitamin K1 to be quickly administered, providing extra reassurance.
All Victor® products are designed with convenience and ease-of-use in mind, and securing the rodenticide blocks in and around your property is simple using the centre holes, thus minimising the risk of being dragged away and split. Alternatively, the Victor® rodenticide blocks can be used with other Victor® products, such as the Victor® refillable bait station. For best results, secure the rodenticide blocks between the rodents’ nest and food source, or alongside a wall or vertical structure where rodents commonly travel. Containing minimal wax content, Victor® rodenticide blocks are weather resistant, perfect for eliminating rodents outdoors too.
For powerful, large-volume rodent control, pick up a 1kg box of Victor® rodenticide blocks and become pest-free today!
Easy to use compressed rodenticide blocks with centre holes to secure bait
Bait contains only fresh, high quality ingredients
Active ingredient offers toxicity to rodents and low-risk to humans and non-rodent species
Multiple gnawing edges to boost appeal to rats and mice