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Todol’s Duo-Fill 400 is a Sealant for Rodent Control

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Todol's Duo-Fill 400 Two-Part Urethane Foam Sealant can be used in combination with its Stuff-It copper wire mesh for rodent and rat control by stopping heat, light, odors and flowing water.

| March 17, 2010

NATICK, Mass. — A new instant cure two-part foam sealant and copper wire mesh system for rodent and pest control applications that augments their Pur-Black gun foam is being introduced by Todol Products of Natick, Mass.

Todol's Duo-Fill 400 Two-Part Urethane Foam Sealant can be used in combination with its Stuff-It copper wire mesh for rodent and rat control by stopping heat, light, odors and flowing water. Featuring a can-inside-a-can package, this instant cure foam sealant expands directly in the actuator head of its dispensing tube which is available in 9- and 24-inch-long rigid sizes to dispense up to 24 inchdes deep into a crack or void.

Providing a chemical cure in one minute that stops flowing water, Todol Duo-Fill 400 Two-Part Urethane Foam Sealant dynamically expands to 3.5 gallons of foam sealant, adheres fully, and the rigid dispensing tube permits visual quality control.

For more information visit www.todol.com

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