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Raid Roach Baits, Large, Double Control, 8 - 0.70 oz (19.8 g) baits

Item# 029W416079110001P | Model# 1619 | Added on October 22, 2010 |
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Raid Roach Baits, Large, Double Control, 8 - 0.70 oz (19.8 g) baits
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Relief from severe roach problems. 2 foods to kill the roaches. 8 child resistant baits. A family company since 1886. Kills the roaches you see, kills the ones you don't see. Starts killing within hours. Keeps killing roaches continuously for up to three months. This is how Raid Double Control Large Roach Baits work: 1. Raid Double Control Large Roach Baits fit snugly in corners and along paths commonly traveled by roaches. 2. Roaches are attracted to the bait to feed. 3. Roaches eat the bait and return to nesting area to die. 4. Bait carried back to the nest continues to kill other roaches. Satisfaction guaranteed.

Directions: For best results, use all 8 baits at one time as shown. For maximum effectiveness, replace baits before they are completely consumed. For Household Use: It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. For thorough roach control, use all baits at one time. To keep roaches from returning, replace all baits every three months. 1. Break Raid Double Control Large Roach Baits apart before placement. 2. For thorough roach control, all 8 baits must be used at one time. For larger kitchens or particularly heavy infestations, we strongly recommend using additional baits. 3. For best results, place the baits next to the wall along baseboards, in corners, under sinks, in cabinets and near plumbing fixtures. You can even place baits in cabinets. Do not contaminate feed or food products or food preparation surfaces ... read more
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