Dipping Traps Using Formula One

A dipping solution named “Formula One” has become popular because, being water based, it does not involve the use of petroleum products. In addition, whatever dipping solution you don’t use in one session can be set aside (in a tub having a lid) and then used again later. This is great for refreshing previously treated traps and for dipping new ones throughout the year as they are purchased.

For new traps, 3 dips are generally required and, when re-dipping those done previously, one dip should be sufficient. Drying time between coats is only an hour and traps can be used in the field after only 24 hours, having a hard finish by that time and with no odor. If spillage occurs during dipping, clean up is easy.

This video is a good reference for anyone interested in using Formula One for the first time. All setup requirements and the dipping procedure itself are clearly demonstrated and explained in detail.

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