Combat Max Ant Killing Bait Stations, Indoor/Outdoor Use - 6 ct

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Combat Max Ant Bait contains a powerful insecticide, Fipronil, which gets rid of ants commonly found in households. Best used in areas like under sinks, behind toilets, and behind appliances, Combat Max Ant Bait kills ants in a Domino-Effect, and eliminates at the source of the infestation. This package includes 6 ant killing baits.

  • Kills the colony.
  • Provides long-lasting ant killing power
  • Kills ants quickly
  • No vapor, fumes, or odor.
  • This package contains 6 ant killing bait stations.
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Product Name Combat Max Ant Killing Bait Stations, Indoor/Outdoor Use - 6 ct
Package Count 6
Container Type box


Country of Manufacture South Korea
Prop 65 No
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It is a violation of federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.Do not remove or puncture label on bait stations.1. Use all 6 baits. Break baits apart. Place baits near ant trails or where you frequently see ants. Place additional baits anywhere ants may enter your home.2. Do not spray insecticide on or around the bait stations. Sprays will contaminate baits and reduce effectiveness.3. Replace all 6 baits every 3 months, to keep ants from returning. Storage and Disposal Storage Store in a cool, dry area out of reach of children. Disposal If Empty Nonrefillable container. Do not reuse or refill this container. Offer for recycling, if available. If recycling is not available, place in trash. If Partly Filled Call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions. Never place unused product down any indoor or outdoor drain.


Active Ingredient: Fipronil...0.01%Other Ingredients...99.99%Total...100%CAS No. 120068-37-3


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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including , which is known to the State of California to cause . For more information go to