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How do rodent tracking powders work?How do rodent tracking powders work?

What is fluorescent tracking gel for rats?What is fluorescent tracking gel for rats?

Rentokil’s innovative Fluorescent Tracking Gel is a specially formulated non-toxic fluorescent gel that can be applied to virtually any surface where rats and mice can run or climb. The gel is painted onto a surface using the applicator in an area where there is evidence of or suspected rodent activity.

Why are rodenticide tracking powders classified as restricted-use pesticides?Why are rodenticide tracking powders classified as restricted-use pesticides?

This is why all rodenticide tracking powders are designated as Restricted-Use Pesticides. These products do not provide long-term solutions to rodent infestations and should never be used to “protect” structural wall, ceiling, or floor voids from rodents.

How does tracking dust work for rats?How does tracking dust work for rats?

For decades pest controllers have used a simple powdery substance, generically called tracking dust, to show where rats and mice are running around. Tracking dust consists of talcum powder, flour or china clay, but more recently a range of branded products, some with fluorescent dyes, have entered the market.

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