Adult and immature fleas hatching flea eggs,
For Use In
Alpine Flea Insecticide can be used in and around the following locations; Apartments, Commercial Structures, Homes, Hotels, Kennels, Motels and Veterinary Clinics.,
See label for complete application instructions
Each 20 oz. can of Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR Aerosol will treat up to 2,625 square feet. An area of 80-100 square feet can be treated in approximately 10 seconds. Keep in mind that most infestations will require at least one follow-up treatment after two weeks.
Time to Kill
Kills the adult and immature fleas, will kill fleas for up to 30 days, this will also kill jatching flea eggs for up to 7 months.
Dinotefuran - .25%, Pyriproxyfen - .10%, Prallethrin - .05%
You always want to Vacuum before treatment and after treatment has dried.
Treat infested areas, or potentially infested areas, including rugs, carpets, upholstered furniture, pet beds and pet resting areas. Think about where you pet is hanging out the most and make sure you thoroughly treat the area.
Hold can at arm's length and direct spray toward the area to be treated.
Use a sweeping motion to apply product and back away from treated area while holding the can 36" away from the surface being treated.
We recommend starting at the back of the treatment area and working your way out of the house.
An area of 80 − 100 ft2 can be treated in approx. 10 sec with this product. When treating upholstered furniture, treat under cushions and areas where flea development occurs.
- Kills adult fleas for up to 30 days.
- Prallethrin for quick knockdown.
- IGR pyriproxyfen kills hatching eggs for up to seven months.
- Reduced Risk* active ingredient dinotefuran for fast kill of adult fleas.
- Advanced pressurized formulation Won't soak carpets; reduces treatment time and labor.
- Application can take just 15 minutes.
- Minimizes homeowner re-entry time
This product kills fleas and prevents flea infestations for a full season. Adult fleas may be seen in the treated areas when brought in on infested animals or when adults emerge from pupal cases; however, populations will not develop in the treated area.