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Hot Shot Bedbug and Flea Fogger

Hot Shot® Bedbug & Flea Fogger



  • Reaches fleas hidden in carpets, upholstery and other hiding places
  • Effective, long-term control
  • Kills bedbugs, fleas, lice and ticks
  • Each can treats a room up to 16 ft x 16 ft with an 8 ft ceiling of 2,000 cu ft of un obstructed space 
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Product Info

Sizes Available

UPC - 071121959119

Size - 3-2 oz


Where to Use

Indoors

Apartments, attics, basements, boats, cabins, closed porches, condominiums, drive-ins, garages, homes, kitchens, pet sleeping areas and rooms


Active Ingredients

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS:
Pyrethrins..............................................................................................................0.05%
(S)-cyano(3-phenoxyphenyl)methyl-(S)-4-chloro-alpha-(1-methylethyl)benzeneacetate...0.10%
*Piperonyl butoxide..................................................................................................0.10%
**N-Octyl bicycloheptene dicarboximide.......................................................................0.16%
***2-[1-Methyl-2-(4-phenoxyphenoxy) ethoxy] pyridine .................................................0.10%
OTHER INGREDIENTS............................................................................................99.49%
*(butylcarbityl) (6-propylpiperonyl) ether and related compounds
**MGK® 264, Insecticide Synergist
***Nylar®, Insect Growth Regulator

MSDS

1021-1374-8845

Labels

071121959119

This product controls the following: bedbugs, beetles, boxelder bugs, cockroaches, earwigs, fire ants, fleas (eggs), fleas (larvae), fleas, flies, flying moths, gnats, grain weevils, hornets, lice, millipedes, mosquitoes, Palmetto bugs, pharaoh ants, pillbugs, silverfish, sowbugs, wasps, ticks and yellow jackets

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I opened the door and two small windows in my basement for 10 hours, and the defogging smell remains. Is it safe to use the room with the odor, or does it need additional airing?
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Air out for at least another hour. Can you use fans to speed the process?
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I now have a fan in front of the open door. There is still an odor (I probably used too many foggers for the space) though not as strong as before. The main question is: If there is any odor, is it safe to use the room? I am going on the assumption that it is not, and am limiting my use of the room until the smell dissipates completely. That seems the safest to me!
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Yes, using too many foggers for your space can definitely do it. Stay out of the room and continue to air out until you can no longer detect an odor.
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Yes, it contains NYLAR, which is an IGR for fleas. A professional would likely use the same chemicals in this product for flea control, but for severe infestations, it might be helpful to have a pest-control operator do the heavy lifting when it comes to seeking out fleas' many hiding places and moving/disassembling furniture when needed.
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Yes, it has "Nylar®, Insect Growth Regulator" as stated on their website. Not sure about the other question asking about professional spraying...(I just used the product today and was surfing the web killing time waiting for the 2hr air out time to pass when I saw your question!)
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Given the product works for bed-bugs, you must use any insecticide twice. Once to kill the live bed-bugs, second time to kill the newly hatched eggs about 10 days later. You MUST fog all adjacent rooms at the same time.
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You need to bomb 4 times once every 7 days to kill off the bedbug population!!!! Eggs can take up to 21 days to hatch!!!!
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Newborns are a special case because of developmental reasons. I, personally, would never subject a newborn to any pesticides. Reference the ATSDR.gov human health effects based on the ingredients on the can.
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As long as you follow the directions for use on the box. Once you set off the fogger, you and your baby should leave the building for at least two hours, and you should air out as directed before bringing the baby back in the house.
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Please call our first aid hotline at 1-800-633-2873.
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Ingestion of food that may have been contaminated with pesticides--one should look at the ingredients and how much you believe you actually ingested (based on percentages on the can). Reference the ATSDR.gov site. Most of the chemicals should be eliminated via urine within 2 days. When the ingredients are metabolized by the body, they may release free radicals--so take anti-oxidents.
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