CimeXa™ Insecticide Dust is the premier industry-leading insecticide for control of bedbugs and many other pests. Its engineered silica composition achieves rapid control while remaining viable for up to ten years when undisturbed. With its broad label usage, CimeXa™ Insecticide Dust is a comprehensive asset for pest elimination to service professionals.
For control of bed bugs, fleas, ticks, lice, roaches, ants, firebrats, silverfish, spiders, mites and drywood termites Kills bed bug adults, nymphs and nymphs hatched from dusted eggs – including pyrethroid-resistant bed bugs The preferred treatment for brown recluse, yellow sac, hobo and other persistent spiders indoors Labeled for treating cracks, crevices, voids, mattresses, carpets, pet rest areas, attics and many other areas Odorless, non-staining desiccant structure will not absorb water vapor except in very high humidity conditions, preventing clumping and maintaining its active ability once applied Easy to apply - can be used as a dust or mixed with water and sprayed Low toxicity, engineered silica base exhibits exceptional absorption of water (in liquid form) and oil, which destroys the waxy cuticle of insects, resulting in rapid dehydration and death Much better consistency and over three times faster compared to diatomaceous earth Remains viable for up to 10 years when undisturbed Should not be used in damp areas
To treat general pests, apply at a rate of 2 oz per 100 square feet where insects have been spotted such as behind fixtures and areas with voids like closets, attics, garbage chutes and pipes.
To eliminate bed bugs, apply at approximately 2 oz per 100 square feet or 1 quart per 250 square feet. Be sure to treat under the mattress, behind bedding, along base boards, in rugs and carpet and any other areas where there is a sign of a possible infestation.
To kill fleas, ticks or lice, treat kennels, pet areas, cracks and crevices and any other places where pests may harbor.
To prevent drywood termites, apply at a rate of 1 lb per 1000 square feet in attics and crawl spaces. Be sure the wood is coated and drill periodic access holes into wall and ceiling voids to inject the dust.