Pro-Joe-S Ant Bait

Q: Can Blue Diamond MRF 2000 and Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 be used in food processing areas?

A: YES, according to label instructions, Blue Diamond MRF 2000 and Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 both are used in cracks and crevices, and spot treatments, so use in food processing areas and restaurants is easy!

Q: Is Blue Diamond MRF 2000 and Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15 harmful to people suffering from asthma or lung disease?

A: NO. The inhalation is 0%, so people with allergies, asthma, or lung disease can feel secure about using Blue Diamond Baits.

Q: Are there any special precautions to take when using Blue Diamond MRF 2000 paste or Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15?

A: Like any pesticide, it is best kept out of reach of children. The label also calls for both baits to be confined to cracks and crevices, with some spot treatment.

Q: What is the primary skin irritation?

A: Classified in toxicity Category IV, the lowest EPA toxicity level.

Q: What is acute dermal toxicity?

A: Classified in toxicity Category IV, the lowest EPA toxicity level.

Q: What is the acute oral LD/50?

A: Classified in toxicity Category IV, the lowest EPA toxicity level.

Q: What is eye irritation?

A: Classified in toxicity Category IV, the lowest EPA toxicity level.

Q: What are the EPA registration number for Blue Diamond’s Roach Baits?

A: 54452-2 MRF 2000

55452-6 Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15

55452-7 Pro-Joe-S Ant Bait – Gel Formula 4.5

Q: Are there any special preparations necessary before using Blue Diamond MRF 2000 or Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15?

A: No, you can work around normal habits of people. That convenience is one of the big advantages of using Blue Diamond MRF 2000 paste or Pro-Joe-S Roach Bait – Gel Formula 15.