A few years ago, the pest control company we use for our house decided to use "tracking powder". (They did that one visit only.)
Anyone have an idea how I can safely remove it? It'd be nice to just use a vacuum, but I'm worried that would spread the powder.
On Tuesday, July 16, 2013 10:19:24 AM UTC-5, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote
use "tracking powder". (They did that one visit only.) Anyone have an idea
how I can safely remove it? It'd be nice to just use a vacuum, but I'm wor
ried that would spread the powder.
I would try wet-mopping it with a disposable mop head, or just some rags on
Contrary to what most of these replies stated, tracking powered can indeed
be harmful. At least one type (ZP tracking powder) contains phosphine whic
h is released as phosphine gas when it hits water or acid (in a stomach or
mouth). It is not intended to track where rodents go, but for them to trac
k through it and then ingest it during grooming.
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