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5.0 out of 5 stars These have worked - other options failed, 8 Dec. 2013
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This review is from: Rentokil FH15 Water Proof Mouse and Rat Killer Bait - Packs of 12 (Kitchen & Home)
Bought these and after the rodents started taking them bought some more. I am told thats the secret, put them out where the Mice or Rats are, and when they take them keep giving them more until they take no more ( means they have departed this life) Before that tried traps, which they managed to get bait out of and leave the trap OR just plain ignored them and went round them, tried adhesive sheets - same effect they went round them - and even tried rat/mice cage which has worked before when we had some in the garage but again they went round and ignored it now ( various bait used in all traps, peanut butter, chocolate, the proprietory bait sold for traps - all to no avail this time)

I wanted to catch and release them far away but they caused there own demise by ignoring all attempts at trapping so this was a last resort - and within 6 days seems to have done the trick. I also have the ultrasonic mice and rat repeller working and will leave that running for safety.

So for all who say this or that doesnt work, dont give up - just throw everything at them and you WILL win. These blocks are very effective and the rodents seemed to love them !!
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Initial post: 5 Jan 2014 08:10:25 GMT
J. E. Pitt says:
Hope you don't mind me contacting you but since you gave such a good review I'd like to ask you a question. We live by a forrest and therefore have to expect the odd mouse in our walls and loft. Sometimes they find their way down to the kitchen behind the dishwasher. If our cat is alert she catches them but if I out these poison blocks down, isn't it the case that the mice will simply die behind the inaccessible units and will rot - and smell? Or do these things work differently?
Any advice greatly appreciated.
Nick in Denmark

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jan 2014 12:50:21 GMT
John2412 says:
Hi Nick
Yes if they die in the house they will smell subject to where they are. They will not die on the spot, they will likely take the pellets back to their nest and it depends where that is, and can take a good few days. However it wasnt my choice to have to use poison but all else had failed so whatever works had to be done. One DID cause a smell coming through the floorboards BUT we used oil scent diffuser to camouflage that until it had run its course.
They do work .............:)
John

In reply to an earlier post on 23 Feb 2016 09:13:32 GMT
bonny king says:
hi i have just purchased these blocks can they be broken into pieces thank you
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