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BorActin Now Available in Mop Packets

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The non-repellent insecticide dust is now available in a 4-ounce mop packet.

| July 7, 2014


NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. — BorActin Insecticide Powder, a non-repellent insecticide dust from Rockwell Labs Ltd, is now available in a convenient, 4-ounce mop packet. 

BorActin contains 99% boric acid and kills a wide range of crawling insects. The expanded label now permits the product to be used not only as a dust, but also as spray, a foam, a mopping solution and a drain treatment.

BorActin is ideal for use in accounts with lots of organic build-up where pests can feed and breed. Treatment with BorActin will add a toxicant to the pest’s food source. BorActin is not negatively affected by the use of bleach or disinfectants by the account, Rockwell Labs reports. Each 4-ounce packet is fully labeled for individual sale and makes one gallon of mop solution. BorActin mop packets are available in cases of 36.

For more information, visit www.rockwelllabs.com, contact your Rockwell technical representative, or contact your Rockwell distributor.
 

 

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