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Hot Shot® No-Mess!™ Fogger



  • Kills on contact
  • Kills hidden bugs
  • Deeper-reaching dry fog formula
  • Leaves no mess; non-staining
  • Neutralizes odors 
  • Each can treat up to 2,000 cu ft

Product Info

Sizes Available

UPC - 071121201775

Size - 3-1.2 oz


Where to Use

Indoors

For use in homes, apartments, attics, basements, garages, pet sleeping areas and cabins.


MSDS

9688-252-8845

Labels

071121201775

This product controls the following: black carpet beetles, brown dog ticks, carpenter ants, crickets, earwigs, firebrats, fleas, gnats, houseflies, mosquitoes, palmetto bugs, pillbugs, rice weevils, roaches, sawtoothed grain beetles, silverfish, small flying moths, spiders, waterbugs

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2 years, 6 months ago
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BJo
State: New York
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Although you can use Hot Shot No-Mess Fogger in your attic, wasps aren't listed for control. We recommend a standard wasp & hornet product, like Hot Shot Wasp & Hornet KIller.
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No, it's not labeled for use against wasps, but you can use Hot Shot Bedbug & Flea Fogger. Learn more here: http://www.hotshot.com/~/media/Hot%....
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like cleaning cloths or washing bedding before you use it.
2 years, 9 months ago
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trish
City:ORANGE PARK
State: Florida
Age: 25 to 34
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Intermediate
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Trish, you just need to make sure you air out the treated area for at least 30 minutes before you reoccupy the area. Anything you don't want to come in contact with the fog -- like foods, dishes, utensils, food-processing equipment and surfaces, pets and pet/children's toys -- should be covered or removed from the area before you fog,
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State: Iowa
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The inactive ingredients are made up of propellant and hydrocarbon solvent used for dispersing the fogger throughout the treatment area.
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I want my pets to be safe. We live in a split level. I can put the pets in the basement will they be safe? A rabbit, a hamster and a big dog.
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Karen
State: Illinois
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To be safe, you should remove them from the house.
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You can leave pilot lights on?

Most products say you have to turn them off. Why is it safe to use this product with pilot lights on?
 
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State: California
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The propellant in this product is not flammable.
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