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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where can I purchase PIC® products?

A: Please send us an email to info@pic-corp.com with your location and the item you are looking for. We will reply with retailer options.

Q: How do I remove glue from my skin?

A: Use vegetable oil (or similar) and let it sit for a few minutes. Begin to rub the glue off your skin and wash with soap and water.

Please download the Treatment/Protocol for PIC® Products and Private Label Products PDF for other glue and adhesive removal from humans and pets.

Q: Do I have to open the lure packet that comes in the Raid® Fruit Fly Trap before I add the water?

A: No, the packet is water soluble and dissolves in warm water.

Q: How do I get the PIC® wood mouse trap to stay set?

A: This is usually due to putting too much bait on the trap, making the sensitive trap too heavy. We advise you to give them a tiny appetizer, not a meal!

Q: How do I open and pull the PIC®/Raid® fly ribbon without it tearing?

A: Rubbing the tube in your hands for a few minutes warms the glue, making it easier to open. Always pull carefully.

Q: My PIC® Insect Killer Bulb isn’t working. Is it defective?

A: While the PIC® Insect Killer Bulb fits in most standard fixtures, it does not work in all fixtures. First, ensure you are using the bulb in the proper fixture. The bulb will not function properly in a fixture that is dimmable, lights on a timer, is light/photo sensitive or in some 3-way lamps. Next, try another light fixture to test the bulb following the directions in your Owner’s Manual.

Q: Do I need to remove the plastic ring from the PIC® plastic ant baits?

A: Once the ant bait stations are separated from each other, they are ready to use. Place them where you see the most ant activity with the label side down.

Q: How do I set up the Homeplus™ Metal Ant Killer AB cans?

A: Punch open the 4 holes with a screw driver or pen and place them Homeplus™ logo side up.

Q: How long do my PIC®/Homeplus™ ant traps last?

A: Maximum effectiveness for each ant trap is approximately 30 days.

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