Giant Destroyer is a small explosive device designed to control rodents and other small mammals in lawns. Giant Destroyers are basically smoke bombs that resemble large firecrackers. With the addition of sulfur, the smoke produced by ignition produces sulfur gases that are extremely lethal when inhaled. Tunnels and galleries are immediately filled with poisonous gases, instantly killing off its inhabitants.
Giant Destroyer offers a control method that is quicker and more effective than pesticides. Within minutes, rodent populations are significantly reduced.
|Target Pest(s):||Rats, Moles, Gophers, Ground Squirrels and other rodents|
|Manufactured By:||Atlas Chemical|
|Active Ingredient:||Sodium Nitrate - 46.2% Sulfur - 34.8% Charcoal - 8.7%|
|Size:||1 Pack with 4 Destroyers|
|Not For Sale To:||NC|
Giant Destroyer is strictly for use in burrows. Do not use the product inside buildings. The product emits poisonous gas when ignited, extreme care must be observed when handling or using the product. Once burrows and nests are located, seal all entrances with soil or any physical barrier to prevent rodents and gases from escaping. Leave one hole open for cartridge insertion. Prepare Giant Destroyer by inserting the fuse into the cartridge, leaving two inches of fuse exposed. Insert the primed cartridge into open tunnels fuse-end first. Cover the hole with soil to keep the smoke inside. Carefully read the product label for safety precautions before using this product.
Giant Destroyer is for outdoor use only. Do not use this product inside buildings and other confined spaces. Use this product to treat rodent burrows in lawns, golf courses, landscaped areas and immediate areas adjacent to buildings.
Please refer to and follow the instructions on the Product label.
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