Along with termites and bed bugs, fleas are on the list of one of the hardest and most annoying pests to get rid of. In some circumstances, fleas can even require more work and treatment than termites because they are so hard to see and erratic. Due to their persistent and elusive nature, fleas are likely to cause as much emotional and mental stress as they are to cause itching and rashes. In order to aide the unlucky homeowners who were assaulted with a flea infestation, Pest Mall has teamed up with numerous different manufacturers to supply a large quantity of effective, professional grade liquid insecticides that will thoroughly treat flea infestations.
Listed below is a collection of flea insecticides professional flea control operators depend on everyday against flea infestations. Each and every flea pesticide is a professional grade product that will help you eradicated and ultimately get rid of your flea problem. If you have any questions concerning these products, please don't hesitate to contact us.>> Read More
Although all flea pesticides, whether they are in aerosol, dust, or liquid form, are effective flea killers, liquid concentrates are essentially one of the most vital and basic components of flea treatment. While flea aerosols will provide a contact kill effect and are more convenient to use, they only have a residual time of about 2-3 weeks and will only be able to kill the fleas that are visible; the fleas that manage to escape into a pet’s fur or a crack in the wall will remain safe and able to reproduce more. On the other hand, flea dust insecticides will last 3-4 months, but can only be applied to areas of very low traffic, such as wall voids. Therefore, flea liquid concentrates are a nice balance between the two types, providing expansive and thorough coverage while also having a relatively long residual time of about 2-3 months. In addition, they do not have a drift hazard like dust insecticides do. Liquid insecticides can also be mixed with an IGR to create an even more thorough pesticide treatment for fleas.
For flea infestations, the ideal method of utilizing a flea liquid insecticide is to mix it with an IGR and dilute it in a gallon of water to apply it where needed. For heavier infestations, using a liquid insecticide alone may not be enough, especially if the infestation requires that furniture or mattresses be treated. When diluting a flea insecticide, one should confirm that he or she is following the instructions and dilution rate exactly as stated on the product label. Failure to do so can result in the insecticide becoming a repellent or even losing its efficacy entirely. Flea liquid concentrates can be applied under and around furniture, along walls, in cracks, crevices, and wall voids, and so on. Although they are potentially dangerous initially, these products will become safe for humans and non-target animals alike once they dry completely (in a few hours).
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