Some insect pests cause more problems than others do, such as bedbugs and termites. Bedbugs infest interior buildings and feed on people as they sit and sleep. Termites raid wooden structures and consume them whole, costing people thousands of dollars to repair the damages. When pests invade properties, it's important to treat them with the appropriate insecticides. Otherwise, they could reinfest the space soon after treatment.
Insecticides come in many different forms, from liquids and dust to granules and wettable powders. D-Force Insecticide Aerosol comes in a convenient aerosol spray for easy application. It can be used as a spot treatment or as a crack-and-crevice application indoors to kill hidden pests. It may also be used outdoors for treating perimeters against crawling insects.
D-Force Aerosol Insecticide, formerly known as D-Force HPX Insecticide, provides maximum pest control against 50 different insect species.
How D-Force Insecticide Works
Many insecticides contain a synthetic pyrethroid or a natural pyrethrum for killing pests. These ingredients work similarly to one another; however, synthetic versions tend to provide more effective results for longer periods when compared to natural alternatives. All pyrethroids act on various insect pests and have lower toxicity to mammals, making them safer to use around people and pets.
D-Force Insecticide aerosol contains deltamethrin, a synthetic pyrethroid that comes in liquid, powder, dust and granular forms. This active ingredient has no incompatibilities. Therefore, it can be used in combination with other insecticides for maximum pest control in residential and commercial areas. Because it's in aerosol form, it applies easily to target surfaces without the need to use mixing or spraying equipment.
The active ingredient Deltamethrin attacks the pest's nervous system, causing hyperexcitation in its muscles. It works on contact and by ingestion, providing two ways to target the intended pest. The pest becomes paralyzed within minutes of application and dies soon afterward. This ingredient knocks down the insects quickly and leaves behind a dry residual for up to two months of preventative control.
Where to Use D-Force Aerosol Spray
Use D-Force aerosol spray indoors and outdoors to eliminate numerous flying and crawling insect pests. The convenient spray can be directed at any angle to knock down flies in living areas and to kill roaches in cabinets. It's safe to use outdoors as a perimeter treatment to prevent infestations around foundations and to keep pests from raiding the property.
It's labeled for use not only indoors and outdoors but also in vehicles such as ships, campers and trucks. It keeps pests out of warehouses and bedbugs out of hotels; it also controls many other resistant pests like fleas. Use D-Force aerosol insecticide in and around the following places and more:
Insects are more susceptible to pyrethroids than mammals are. The active ingredient in D-Force prevents the pests from grooming, feeding and performing other actions. When treating specific insects like fleas and bedbugs, remove the infested pet bedding before applying the product. Destroy or clean the bedding, and spray the pet area. Never apply D-Force directly to an animal. Although it's safe to use around pets, the active ingredient poses some risk before it has dried.
Treat the cracks and crevices in the target area to reach hidden pests like fleas, bedbugs, ticks and roaches. Spray it in voids to target spiders and other invasive pests that may be lurking out of sight. D-Force can be sprayed directly on insects and their nests to kill individuals or entire colonies at once. It's also a good idea to treat the areas along baseboards, inside cabinets and under furniture where pests travel and rest. Because the ingredient remains active after application, it continues to kill pests for eight weeks.
Use D-Force aerosol insecticide to kill as many as 50 pest species. It eliminates ants indoors and outdoors and prevents silverfish from infesting bathrooms and kitchens. Apply this contact and residual pesticide to eliminate:
Reasons to Use D-Force Aerosol Insecticide
Kills 50 different insect species on contact
Provides up to two months of residual pest control
Prevents reinfestation thanks to the active ingredient deltamethrin
Targets resistant pests like bedbugs, fleas and termites
Works indoors and outdoors for all-around pest protection
Pet safe when it's dry
Sprays easily and accurately with the applicator straw
No need to mix the insecticide or to spray with bulky equipment
Control Insect Pests Easily With D-Force Aerosol
Aerosol insecticides such as D-Force make it easy to treat various pests indoors and outdoors. There's no need to mix a liquid insecticide with water or to apply the solution with sprayers in the target area. The applicator straw directs the spray to the target, making the application quick and accurate. The active ingredient in D-Force is safe around children and pets once it's dried.
If pest insects invade indoor buildings and exterior properties, eliminate them with D-Force aerosol insecticide. It has an active ingredient that not only works on contact but also provides residual control for eight weeks. It's the ideal pesticide to use indoors to treat roaches, bedbugs and other invasive pests, as well as outdoors to eliminate ticks, fleas and termites. Whether it's a long line of ants or a colony of termites, D-Force insecticide spray completely eradicates the insects and keeps on working for months.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.
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