Why Using Insect Killing Powders?

Pest professionals use insect-killing powders on a daily basis in conjunction with other insecticide formulations such as Liquids insecticides and Gel baits.

Insect killer dusts have some unique advantages:

  • Ease of application and lower cost
  • Last for months in dry, undisturbed cracks and voids
  • Porous surfaces such as concrete or timber do not absorb dusts (unlike liquids)
  • Make life impossible for insects on all treated surfaces
  • Offer an ideal solution for treatments in undisturbed spaces, e.g.: under floor boards, kitchen presses, wall cavities, etc.
  • They are easily picked up by insect legs and body as they walk across treated surfaces
  • Low to no odour

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Killing Crawling Insects for Longer Periods of Time

Tags: Residual Insecticide – Insect Powder – Ant Killer Dust

Why Using Insect Killing Powders?

Pest professionals use insect-killing powders on a daily basis in conjunction with other insecticide formulations such as Liquids insecticides and Gel baits.

Insect killer dusts have some unique advantages:

  • Ease of application and lower cost
  • Last for months in dry, undisturbed cracks and voids
  • Porous surfaces such as concrete or timber do not absorb dusts (unlike liquids)
  • Make life impossible for insects on all treated surfaces
  • Offer an ideal solution for treatments in undisturbed spaces, e.g.: under floor boards, kitchen presses, wall cavities, etc.
  • They are easily picked up by insect legs and body as they walk across treated surfaces
  • Low to no odour

Where Insecticide Dusts are Not Recommended…

Where insect-killing dusts should not be used:

  • You should not treat exposed surfaces with insect powders
  • Most insect powders are not effective in wet areas and can become ineffective when a treated area gets wet.
  • Voids that contain insulation do not permit good penetration of dust throughout the void.
  • Insecticide dust is not suitable on floors where young children and pets (cats/dogs) have access.

Further Advice

  • Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after use.
  • Prevent access to bait by children and animals.
  • Keep in a safe place.
  • Hazardous to bees.
  • Do not use where food, feed or water could become contaminated.
  • Do not contaminate surface water or drains with chemicals or used container.
  • Do not re-use container. Store in original container.
  • To avoid risks to human health and the environment, comply with the instructions for use.
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