Due to the behavior of mice, it is vital to maintain fresh product inside bait stations. Have you ever noticed that block type rodenticide is designed with alot of edges? This is because mice are rodents and like to gnaw. The design encourages rodents to take a bite. Mice are nibblers and tend to gnaw on corners and places where their teeth can lock into. As our team demonstrates in the photo, over time, mice will round out the product. This makes it less attractive to rodents that pass by at a later date.
The product contains wax, and holds up pretty good in weather situations. However, if too much time passes, they do get moldy. Also, slugs can get into them and help break them down. This makes the rodenticide less attractive to rodents.
In Michigan, the frequency of replenishments depends on the amount of mouse pressure on your home. However, we do recommend that you replenish stations at least every 10 weeks or so.