Maxforce Fleet Ant Gel Bait
- Product Overview
- Target Pests
Product OverviewMaxforce Fleet is a fast-acting ant gel bait that typically eliminates ants within 3-5 days of application. It is a fipronil-based ant gel that works inside and outside against acrobat, argentine, big-headed, carpenter, cornfield, field honey, odorous house, pavement, pharaoh, and thief ants. Its thicker consistency enables it to retain its integrity on vertical or horizontal surfaces, and its fast-acting, long-lasting formulation makes it an ideal choice for battling most commonly encountered ant species.
Benefits & UseUsing the powerful active ingredient, fipronil, Maxforce Fleet uses a process of trophallaxis, whereby foraging ants ingest the bait and then to return to the colony and feed the bait to larvae and the queen(s) so that entire colony is effectively eliminated.
Target PestsArgentine, Pharaoh, Carpenter, Pavement, Honey, Acrobat, Odorous House, Thief, Big-headed, Cornfield, and Field Ants.
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Label / SDSProduct Label
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Tech SpecsActive Ingredient: Fipronil .001%
Manufacturer: Bayer Environmental Services
Formulation: Gel Bait
Approved Sites: Residential and Commercial. Indoors and Outdoors. Per label instructions.
Application Information: Please refer to the Maxforce Fleet product label for complete and specific application instructions.
FOR INDOOR USE: Visually inspect for ants and place bait in areas of known or suspected ant activity. Place bait along foraging trails and into nest sites. A careful inspection will help to identify sites suitable for bait placement. Apply bait in small spots or beads into cracks, crevices, holes or other small openings where ants travel including: wall voids, cracks and crevices in kitchen, bathroom under sink, window sills, screen vents, garage, attic, and crawl spaces. Do not treat food preparation surfaces.
OUTDOOR USE: Place gel outdoors into, on or adjacent to structures where you see ants, next to ant trails and suspected areas of ant activity. Likely locations for ants and gel placements are points of entry into structure and areas with potential water damage including eaves, soffits, weep holes, where wires and pipes come into the building structure, trees, stumps, roots, wood decks, fences, planter boxes, woodpiles, landscaping, and railroad ties. Extreme heat or cold, direct sunlight and water may reduce the residual effectiveness. Pest population reduction will be apparent within a week.Not For Sale To:
EPA Registration: 432-1264