Dry-Up Bars, Mouse and Rat Killer, 16oz Bait Block Bars (4-Pack)

  • Versatile - For use in wet or dry areas all year round
  • Mold Resistant - Resists mold growth caused by moisture
  • Kills Mice & Rats - Kills norway rats, roof rats, house mice & more
  • 4lb Bait Bars - 4 1lb bait bars included for dispersement in multiple areas
  • Irresistible Bait - Flavored bait is irresistible to hungry mice and rats
  • Weight: 4 lbs      Dimensions:  9 x 4 x 4

Dry Up, by Harris, is a mouse and rat killer that uses the anticoagulant Diphacinone to kill mice and rats. Each pack includes 4 bars that are each 16oz (1lb) in weight. The bars can be used year round in wet or dry areas, are mold and moisture resistant, and contain an irresistible bait to lure hungry mice and rats.


  • For Use in Wet or Dry Areas
  • Mold and Moisture Resistant
  • Includes 4 16oz Bars for a Total of 4lbs of Bait
  • Kills Mice and Rats
  • For Use Indoors or Within 100ft of Buildings
mouse and rat blocks

How to Use Dry Up Mouse and Rat Killer Bait Bars:

Store product not in use in a location that is out of reach of children and pets. You will want to wear plastic gloves when placing the rodent bait in openings or bait stations. Apply bait in location out of reach of children and pets, domestic animals and non-target wildlife, or in tamper-resistant bait stations.  These stations much be resistant to destruction from dogs, and by children. If the bait can be shaken from stations when they are lifted the bait stations should be secured or otherwise immobilized.  Even stronger bait stations need to be used in areas where hoofed livestock, raccoons, bears or other potentially destructive animals, or in areas prone to vandalism. Discard empty containers and any unused, spoiled, and unconsumed baits specified on this label.  Bait stations are mandatory for outdoor, above ground use.  Tamper-resistant bait stations must be used if children, pets, non targeted mammals or birds may gain access to the bait.

Where to place bait stations:

Rat Bait Stations

Rat Bait Stations You will want to place the stations where rats travel.
  • Behind appliances
  • In corners
  • Garages
  • Basements
  • Attics
  • Around the Exterior of the Home
Where to Place rat boxes Identify areas around the exterior of the home that allows rats to move with protective coverage, such as behind garages, side of home that has bushes or little to no human activity. Bait stations help to keep the bait safe from pets and children, tamper resistant locking bait stations are ideal when using bait in open areas.  Also, provide long term control options because the bait will always be available to the rodents. Keep populations down and out of your home. Checkout Our Ultimate Rodent Control Guide

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