As a professional pest controller, I aim to equip the home user with products that are either the same as I use or as close as possible within the confines of the UK Control of Pesticides regulations.

For poison, I recommend Racan Force Paste & Grain. This poison has the active ingredient Brodifacoum and is a highly toxic pesticide specifically intended to target larger mammals, such as rats.

Our Racan snap traps and BORA bait boxes are the same ones I use professionally. The boxes are designed for outdoor use and will hold either traps or poison.

Product Bundles

RATS INSIDE

VALUE PACK!
£29.99

Pack Includes:

8x Racon snap trap

4x Disposable gloves (pair)

£19.99

Pack Includes:

4x Racon rat snap trap

4x Disposable gloves (pair)

VALUE PACK!
£24.99

Pack Includes:

2x Racon Force Grain (150g)

2x Racon Force Paste (150g)

8x Bait tray

2x Disposable gloves (pair)

£14.99

Pack Includes:

1x Racon Force Grain (150g)  

1x Racon Force Paste (150g)

4x Bait trays

2x Disposable gloves (pair)

RATS OUTSIDE

When setting poison or traps outside you should always use a bait box (station). Otherwise you risk inadvertently harming birds or other mammals – including pets.

VALUE PACK!
£44.99

Pack Includes:

4x Bait station

4x Rat snap trap

4x Disposable gloves (pair)

£24.99

Pack Includes:

2x Bait station

2x Rat snap trap

4x Disposable gloves (pair)

VALUE PACK!
£54.99

Pack Includes:

4x Bait station

2x Racon Force Grain (150g)

2x Racon Force Paste (150g)

2x Disposable gloves (pair)

£29.99

Pack Includes:

2x Bait station

1x Racon Force Grain (150g)

1x Racon Force Paste (150g)

2x Disposable gloves (pair)

A Helping Hand

You may be a little confused about where to start. Should you use traps or poison? And then where do you put them? To help you we have written a blog detailing the pros and cons of using traps or poison and detailed step by step ‘how-to’ guides.  Just click on the buttons below.

How To Guide

Rats

What is Best

Traps or Poison?

This handy 5 step process will give you an overview of how to treat your rat infestation.

5 Step Process

  1. Locate areas of rat activity. Look for droppings (slightly larger than a grain of rice, moist when fresh and have a rough texture), rat runs, gnaw marks and holes in wooden structures.
  2. Place your rat poison or traps in the areas located above. Use poison bait trays and open traps inside and bait boxes (stations) with traps or poison outside. These should always be along a perimeter, never in an open area.
  3. If using open traps, check every 2 days but for bait boxes, leave for 7 days before checking.
  4. Leave bait boxes, trays and traps in place until you’ve had a 2 weeks period without activity.
  5. Once you are happy the infestation has been dealt with, fill in any entry holes

However, before treating for rats it is recommended that you do read the full How To Guide which contains far more detail on where to look, what to look for and some important safety advice.

Other Products

£2.99

10x Bait tray

£7.99

1x Rat Bait Station (B.O.R.A)

£5.99

1x Racan rat snap trap

£9.99

15x 10g paste sachets

£9.99

6x 25g sachets

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