Q: What tools are needed to apply Blue Diamond MRF 2000?
A: You will need a 1/2 wide putty knife (or a dinner knife, for that matter!) and a small stepladder (or a chair!). You may want a damp cloth to wipe away any excess, if necessary. For dark places, we find headlight glasses are more convenient than a hand held flashlight. The Pro-Joe Baiter Gun works best under these conditions with MRF 2000 in the handy 35 gram cartridges.
Q: What tools are needed to apply Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15?
A: None. Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 comes pre-loaded in a disposable syringe-type dispenser. Easy to use!
Q: To get total elimination with Blue Diamond MRF 2000 or Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 , do you need to drill holes in the wall?
A: NO, the attractants in Blue Diamond MRF 2000 and Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 do the work for you by drawing the roaches from within the walls, woodwork and hiding places to come and feed.
Q: How quickly does Blue Diamond MRF 2000 harden?
A: Blue Diamond MRF 2000 hardens within 24 hours.
Q: Does Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 harden?
A: No. This is a gel formula and stays soft.
Q: What’s the difference? Does one work better than the other?
A: They both work the same – they completely eliminate rocahes! We’ve found that different Pest Control Operators in the US simply prefer to have a soft bait, while others prefer a bait that hardens. Also, as the nymphs develop their mouthparts, it’s easier for them to feed on the Gel Formula. As always, we strive to satisfy our customers, and we developed a roach bait in a formula that remains soft! Plus, you don’t need any tools at all with Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 . It comes pre-packaged in disposable syringe-type dispensers.
Q: At what temperature does Blue Diamond MRF 2000 freeze?
A: Blue Diamond MRF 2000 starts to freeze at 32 degrees Fahrenheit, as does Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15.
Q: If Blue Diamond MRF 2000 or Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 freezes can it be thawed and used again?
A: YES, although freezing is not recommended.