Active Ingredients: Thiamethoxam... 0.003%, Other Ingredients: 99.997%.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Read entire label before using this product. Do not treat areas that are easily accessible to children and pets. If the area to be treated has been recently treated with insecticide, thoroughly clean the area before applying Raid Ant Gel. Do not spray insecticide over gel or the gel may become repellent to ants. Do not apply gel in or on electrical equipment or wiring due to shock hazard. Where to Apply: Indoors: Place bait where ants are foraging, where they are entering the structure, or areas of high moisture such as under and behind kitchen appliances, under sinks, along baseboards, cracks, crevices and holes, near pipes and water heaters, around windows, door frames and screens, food storage areas, in the attic, crawl space and garage. Do not treat food preparation surfaces. Do not place bait in areas that are routinely washed, as washing will remove or dilute bait or spread the bait onto the surface. How RaidAnt Gel Works: After ants, excluding fire, harvester, and Pharaoh ants, feed on the gel, they return to the nest and transfer the bait to the queen and the young, thereby killing the entire colony. How to Apply: 1) Twist the cap to the LEFT to open.2) Squeeze gently to create multiple spots (about the size of a pea) of gel.3) Place the bait near ant trails so the ants will be attracted, stop and take the bait back to the nest.4) When finished, twist the cap to the RIGHT to close. For convenience, you can store the tube standing up. Keep the cap on the tube to prevent the gel from drying out. Recommended placement of gel bait: A family company since 1886. Ant Control Tips: Place the gel near ant trails without disrupting the ants to ensure the ants take the bait back to the nest. Inspect regularly after placing gel. If gel has been consumed and ants are still present, re-apply. Do not apply gel where the surface temperature is exceedingly hot because the gel could liquefy.
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