Cockroaches, Ants, Boxelder Bugs, Centipedes, Crickets, Dermestids, Firebrats, Fleas, Palmetto Bugs, Silverfish, Sowbugs, Ticks and Waterbugs: Apply as a spot and crack & crevice treatment to areas where these pests crawl and hide, especially in hidden areas around sinks and storage areas, behind baseboards, around doors and windows, behind and under refrigerators, cabinets, sinks and stoves, the underside of shelves, drawers, bookcases, and similar areas. Cover all food handling surfaces and cover or remove all food and cooking utensils or wash thoroughly after treatment. Exposed food should be covered or removed. Repeat as necessary but not more than once per week.
•Spiders: Apply along and behind baseboards, to window and door frames, corners, pipes, storage localities, attics, crawl spaces and other areas over which these pests may crawl.
•Centipedes, Ground Beetles, Pillbugs, Sowbugs, Scorpions and Ticks: Apply around doors and windows and other places where these pests may enter premises. Treat baseboards, storage areas and other locations where these pests are found.
•FLYING INSECTS: Houseflies, Gnats, Mosquitoes and Small Flying Moths: Spray localized resting areas, such as under eaves, porches, inside surfaces of window and door frames, surfaces around light fixtures and cords, railings, etc. and anywhere these insects may rest. Insects coming to rest on treated surfaces will be killed.
Remove all exposed food and cooking utensils. Cover all food handling surfaces or wash thoroughly after treatment and before use. Do not use on edible crops.
For outdoor use only as an aid in controlling these insects. Point sprayer away from face. Hold sprayer on a slight downward angle, approximately 12 inches from surface to be sprayed. Spray with wind if breeze is blowing. Do not contaminate fish ponds or apply directly to water.
•PEST ON OUTSIDE SURFACES OF BUILDINGS: For control of building infestation to Ants, Clover Mites, Crickets and Sowbugs (Pillbugs). Spray foundation of building where insects are active and may find entrance up to a height of 2 to 3 feet. Apply to outside surfaces of buildings where insects tend to congregate. Repeat treatment as necessary, but not more than once per week.
•CRAWLING INSECTS: Ants, Cockroaches (Including Asian Cockroaches), Centipedes, Crickets, Mole Crickets, Waterbugs and Silverfish. Hold sprayer 12 to 18 inches from surface to be treated and spray on infested surface of patio or picnic areas, hitting as many insects as possible. Spray to slightly moisten the surface. Also spray legs of tables and chairs.
•FLYING INSECTS: Houseflies, Gnats, Mosquitoes and Small Flying Moths.Spray outside surfaces of window and door frames and other areas where these pests enter the home. Also spray localized resting areas, such as under eaves, porches, surfaces around light fixtures and cords, railings, etc. where these insects may rest. Insects coming to rest on treated surfaces will be killed.
Insecticides can be classified in any of several ways, on the basis of their chemistry, their toxicological action, or their mode of penetration. In the latter scheme, they are classified according to whether they take effect upon ingestion (stomach poisons), inhalation (fumigants), or upon penetration of the body covering (contact poisons). Most synthetic organic insecticides penetrate by all three of these pathways, however, and hence are better distinguished from each other by their basic chemistry. Besides the synthetic organics, some organic compounds occurring naturally in plants are useful insecticides, as are some inorganic compounds. Most insecticides are sprayed or dusted onto plants and other surfaces traversed or fed upon by insects.