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Temprid Ready Spray 15 oz.

    Temprid Ready Spray 15 oz.

    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
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    Original Price: $19.50
    Our Price: $17.50 - $186.00
    Restrictions: CA, NY
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    15 oz. can $17.50 15 oz. can $17.50 $17.50
    (2) 15 oz. cans $35.00 (2) 15 oz. cans $35.00 $35.00
    (4) 15 oz. cans $70.00 (4) 15 oz. cans $70.00 $70.00
    (6) 15 oz. cans $99.00 (6) 15 oz. cans $99.00 $99.00
    (12) 15 oz. cans $186.00 (12) 15 oz. cans $186.00 $186.00

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    Temprid Ready Spray combines the fast-acting, broad-spectrum control of beta-cyfluthrin with the systemic residual control of imidacloprid to provide premium performance and efficacy. Not only has it been proven to be incredibly effective against bed bugs, but it also controls ants, roaches, termites, and tons of other pests.

    Features:

    • Ready-to-Spray technology uses no added solvents or propellants.
    • Kills most of a population immediately, and offers up to 6 months of long-lasting protection.
    • Effective against bed bugs of all ages and their eggs, even bed bugs resistant to pyrethroid insecticides.
    • Labeled for hardwood, upholstery, carpet, and other fabrics. (Always read the label carefully before use)
    • Low odor, non-staining solution.

    Target pests: Ants (excluding fire ants), bed bugs, black widow spiders, boxelder bugs, brown recluse spiders, brown widow spiders, carpenter ants, carpenter bees, carpet beetles, centipedes, clothes moths, cluster flies, cockroaches, crickets, earwigs, elm leaf beetles, firebrats, fleas, flies, fruit flies, flour beetles, globular stink (kudzu) bugs, gnats, grain weevils, hide beetles, house flies, leather beetles, millipedes, mosquitoes, moths, multicolored Asian lady beetles, phorid flies, pill bugs, sciarid flies (fungus gnats), scorpions, silverfish, sow bugs, spiders, springtails, stable flies, ticks, wood-infesting beetles, and wasps.

    For use in: Apartment buildings, bakeries*, bottling facilities*, breweries*, cafeterias*, correctional facilities, factories, hospitals, hotels, houses, industrial buildings, kitchens, laboratories, livestock housing, pet kennels, manufacturing establishments, nursing homes, poultry houses*, processing and packing plants*, restaurants*, schools, stores, warehouses, and modes of transport (airplanes, automobiles, buses, marine vessels, rail cars, trailers, trucks). * non-food/non-feed areas

    Directions

    Shake well before use. For cracks and crevices, use the low-volume tube attachment and insert the injector tip into the space, then spray to fill the void. For spot treatments, hold the nozzle about a foot away from the treatment surface and spray for about 2 seconds per foot.

    For bed bugs, you can spray Temprid as a spot treatment on mattress seams and folds where bed bugs are found. You should also apply Temprid to your box spring, the inside of the bed frame or headboard, or as a spot treatment to upholstered furniture where bed bugs are found. Then, move onto cracks and crevices in baseboards, moldings, under floor coverings and carpets, inside closets and shelves, and behind curtains and picture frames. You can also use Temprid to treat the inside of empty luggage.

    Always allow whatever you sprayed to dry before coming in contact with it again. The safest approach would be to treat everything you want to treat in a room at once, then leave the room unoccupied while it dries.

    Avoid inhaling any vapors or mists. Always wash your hands with soap and water after spraying.

    Restrictions: CA, NY

    Customer Reviews

    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 (1 Reviews)
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    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5
    Reviewer: Lily, 12.10.2014 (, MS)
    Spiders gone!
    I had a horrible spider problem in m garage and I sprayed this in there. After 2 days I found 6 dead spiders!

    Ask a question about this product.

    Q: Do I need to treat my whole house all at once. Can I start with the bed 2 bedrooms first and then do the living room and other parts of the house. How many cans would I need to purchase for a 2 and 1/2 bedroom house?

    A: Yes you can start in the bedrooms and treat the areas that you would suspect the pest is located, if we are asking about bed bugs they do not travel very far and will stay close to the food source, those areas should be treated first.


    Q: How long after can we sleep in our beds/bedrooms so that the chemical won't harm us or the children?

    A: For bed bugs, you can spray Temprid as a spot treatment on mattress seams and folds where bed bugs are found. You should also apply Temprid to your box spring, the inside of the bed frame or headboard, or as a spot treatment to upholstered furniture where bed bugs are found. Then, move onto cracks and crevices in baseboards, moldings, under floor coverings and carpets, inside closets and shelves, and behind curtains and picture frames. You can also use Temprid to treat the inside of empty luggage. Always allow whatever you sprayed to dry before coming in contact with it again. The safest approach would be to treat everything you want to treat in a room at once, then leave the room unoccupied while it dries.


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    Directions

    Shake well before use. For cracks and crevices, use the low-volume tube attachment and insert the injector tip into the space, then spray to fill the void. For spot treatments, hold the nozzle about a foot away from the treatment surface and spray for about 2 seconds per foot.

    For bed bugs, you can spray Temprid as a spot treatment on mattress seams and folds where bed bugs are found. You should also apply Temprid to your box spring, the inside of the bed frame or headboard, or as a spot treatment to upholstered furniture where bed bugs are found. Then, move onto cracks and crevices in baseboards, moldings, under floor coverings and carpets, inside closets and shelves, and behind curtains and picture frames. You can also use Temprid to treat the inside of empty luggage.

    Always allow whatever you sprayed to dry before coming in contact with it again. The safest approach would be to treat everything you want to treat in a room at once, then leave the room unoccupied while it dries.

    Avoid inhaling any vapors or mists. Always wash your hands with soap and water after spraying.

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