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Rat poison (SHOCKBOOM)

Rat poison powder containing nanoparticles
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Finding mice in your home or business can be very distressing. Mice are known to spread disease as they search for food and shelter. This poses great health risks particularly in kitchens or where children might play. The natural and constant gnawing habit of mice means they can also cause damage to the property, furnishings and equipment. There are some ways to eliminate mice. The most common ones are trapping and poisons. Using various poisons gives rise to serious damage to underground and surface water sources. They also may cause human poisoning or death in pets through eating them wrongly. Hence, it is very remarkable for researchers to produce nontoxic mice repellent.
Mouse powder-like pesticide is used for murdering mice and various species of them. It is widely used in fields, gardens and places for storing food and perishable materials.
This product is nontoxic mouse repellent containing spherical-like nanoparticles. The average size of particles is 48 nm.
High surface to volume ratio and consequently high chemical reactivity of nano-scale particles cause further efficiency of the product.
Tear the marked edge of the package and put it in mouse path. Repeat this act for 3 days. Avoid mixing this product with other foods. Store the product away from moisture and put it in a dry place. It could be usable for 2 and 4 weeks in humid and dry areas, respectively.
Use gloves as using this product. Although it is not toxic, avoid swallowing and touching that.
It should be noted that there are limited investigations on safety of nanoproducts because of their new history.

Product Standard

  • NanoScale Certification

    NanoScale Certification

    Standard Date : 2018/02/14

    Expire Date : 2019/02/13

  • Plant Protection Organization Certification

    Plant Protection Organization Certification

    Standard Date : 2015/09/17

    Expire Date : 2016/09/17

  • Health approval of Food and Drug Administration

    Health approval of Food and Drug Administration

    Standard Date : 2017/08/01

    Expire Date : 2018/08/02

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