Mop Up Boric Acid Insecticide is one of the easiest products to use. Mainly used in commercial buildings to get rid of pests. After mopping add Mop Up Boric Acid to the rinse water and just mop. Avoid any areas that might come in contact with food.
|Target Pest(s):||Cockroaches, Waterbugs, Palmettobugs,Ants and Silverfish|
|Active Ingredient:||Disodium Octaborate Tetrahydrate - 98.0%|
FOR USE IN:
Nursing Homes, Hospitals, Grocery Stores, Hotels, Restaurants, Food and Feed Handling Establishments, Warehouses, Schools, Theaters, Markets, Apartment Buildings and Military Bases.
HOW TO USE:
Add 1 cup of powder to each gallon of rinse water. Apply to floor areas only. Make only enough for each application. Supplemental treatment only. Reapply as necessary. Avoid treating surfaces likely to be contacted by food. This product contains a heat-treated form of boric acid which is substantially more water soluble than other borate products. This product is a nonflammable, non-staining, odorless powder that will help control cockroach infestations and should be used in conjunction with a residual boric acid powder, or with your regular exterminating service.
Please refer to and follow the directions on the Mop Up Boric Acid Insecticide product label.
This insecticide is the one I like the most. It’s so easy to use without any hassle. Just add 1 cup to a gallon of rinse water, mop on the floor and the pests especially those cockroaches, water bugs, and ants are all gone! What more can ask for? Pest Mall is truly the number 1!
Highly recommended product! It’s so useful inside our grocery store. I always let my brother mop the floor with this product and I’m satisfied that our store does not have any pests infesting our items. Thanks!
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