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FastOut CS Foam - 20 oz. Ready to Use Insecticide Cyfluthrin

    FastOut CS Foam - 20 oz. Ready to Use Insecticide Cyfluthrin

    3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5
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    $19.95 - $108.95
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    1 Can 1 Can $19.95
    6 Cans/1 Case 6 Cans/1 Case $108.95
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    FastOut CS Foam is the only microencapsulated, ready-to-use foam with non-repellent activity that provides PMPs with an immediate customer solution against a broad array of termite and general insect infestations.

  • Microencapsulated Formulation Delivers Fast, Non-Repellent Results: FastOut contains microencapsulated cyfluthrin with SmartCapTM Technology which exhibits non-repellent activity with a fast-acting formulation to solve problems quickly.

  • Broad, Flexible Label Includes Termites Plus 34 Insects: FastOut is the only foam spot treatment your technicians will ever need to cover 34 pests, including the ability to utilize in commercial food handling areas.

  • Easy FoamDelivery Makes Treatment Quick and Hassle-Free: FastOut comes with an effective, dry foam solution in a 20 oz. can from the leader in aerosol technology. FastOut offers quick, hassle-free delivery of SmartCap microcaps

    General Information

  • Treatment Technique: Void Application
  • Active Ingredient: Cyfluthrin
  • Insecticide Class: Pyrethroid
  • Food Handling: YES
  • Registration: Registered in all states
  • Sizes Available: 20 oz
  • Packed: 6 cans/case

    KILLS: Ants (except Fire and Harvester), Asian Lady Bugs, Bed Bugs, Bees, Boxelder Bugs, Carpenter Bees, Carpet Beetles, Centipedes, Clover Mites, Cockroaches, Crickets, Earwigs, Firebrats, Flies, Flour Beetles (Confused, Red, Sawtoothed), Fruit Flies, Fungus Gnat Larvae, Hornets, Indianmeal Moths, Mediterranean Flour Moths, Millipedes, Scorpions, Silverfish, Sowbugs, Spiders (also Brown Recluse), Thrips, Ticks, Wasps, Wood Destroying Insects (Powder Post Beetles, Old House Borer, Wharf Borer, Subterranean and Drywood Termites*) and Yellowjackets

    *Not a substitute for mechanical alteration, soil or foundation treatment.

    FOR USE IN: Apartments, Homes, Hospitals, Hotels, Food Handling Establishments, Restaurants, Hotels, Hospitals and Nursing Homes (Non-patient Areas), Motels, Hobby Greenhouses, Interiorscapes, Office Buildings, Schools*, Transportation Equipment (Buses, Boats, Ships, Trains, Planes†) and Warehouses and Other Commercial and Industrial Buildings

    * Do not apply to classrooms when in use.

    † Do not use in aircraft cabins.

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    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 (1 Reviews)
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    Reviewer: Damian Nygaard, 10.2.2012 (Dearborn, MI)
    Works, sort of
    I have a wasp nest inside an outer wall where the vinyl siding meets the brick. I hung 3 bag traps that catch 10-20/day each, but it's not enough. I tried both Eco plant oil spray and dryer sheets thinking they'd abandon the nest because of the smell-not. I tried wasp "foaming" spray, but they just disperse when you spray, then fly back. I sprayed it into the cracks, but wasn't effective as it dissolves instantly. So after all these attempts I thought I would try CS Foam. I zip tied a metal rod to the plastic tubing so I could jam it 3-4 inches under the siding. It foams up like crazy, similar to insulation foam, but less dense and thick. More like a light shaving cream foam. The foam lasts an hour. I stuck it into 3 mortar joints and sprayed 4-5 seconds until it spewed out. I did it midday when they were still active and soon there were a lot buzzing around trying to get in the cracks. Some landed on the foam and got stuck, but didn't die instantly. I put a rat glue board on a pole and left it at the main entrance. When I came back 1 hour later the glue board had 50 wasps plus a queen. I repeated this 2 more days and caught a second queen on day 2. So the glue board in combination with the foam seems to work best as it catches workers PLUS queens trying to get in. Not sold on the effectiveness of the foam by itself. I was hoping wasps would try to crawl through it. It seems it just prevents them from entering or leaving. There is no nasty smell. It would be nice if it had an attractant that lured them to the foam and get stuck, otherwise not sure if it does anything.

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