Peanut butter is a food source that induces a pest to feed on a product in order to allow it to work, for example in an ant bait.
Vegetable oil is an emollient that can also be found in skin care products, bath products and eye makeup. It is extracted from seeds, such as safflower seeds, and is used to help soften and smooth the skin. Vegetable oil can also be used as a food source that induces a pest to feed on a product in order to allow it to work, for example in an ant bait.
Peanut oil is a food source that induces a pest to feed on a product in order to allow it to work, for example in ant bait.
Microcrystalline wax is a film former that can also be found in cosmetics, chewing gum and eye drops. It creates a coating or shine on a surface. This means that the surface has an added level of protection, and also has the shine that helps the surface look its best. It can also be used as a binder that holds a product's ingredients together. We add microcrystalline wax to products so that when other ingredients are compressed, they hold together in a solid shape.
Powdered sugar is a sweetener. Adding it to our baits makes them more attractive to sweet feeding insects.
Indoxacarb is an active ingredient. We use active ingredients in our biocide products, such as in an insecticide, antimicrobial or repellent product, to control a specific pest.