PT Alpine Pressurized Insecticide - 20 0z can EPA Reg No 499-531
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Insecticides in the form of aerosol sprays make it easy to exterminate insects without the need to mess with mixing supplies or to use various hand or power sprayers. It's even better when these pest control sprays provide quick contact kills and eliminate pest infestations on the spot. PT Alpine pressurized insecticide aerosol comes in an easy-to-use spray can and contains 0.5% Dinotefuran to control many different crawling and flying insects.
Features and Specifications
Reduced Risk Nonrepellent Aerosol Insecticide for fleas, spiders, roaches, earwigs, and bedbugs
How PT Alpine Pressurized Insecticide Works
PT Alpine is a pressurized aerosol insecticide and contains the active ingredient dinotefuran 0.5% formulation, a paralysis-inducing ingredient that targets numerous pests. PT Alpine Pressurized Insecticide is a reduced risk nonrepellent aerosol that targets the central nervous system, it's not a pyrethroid as is seen in other contact-kill insecticides. Dinotefuran belongs to the neonicotinoid class and has a low toxicity to people and other mammals. It targets the nerves and overexcites the muscles, leading to hyperactivity to the point of paralysis; the insects die within minutes after contact.
The active ingredient Dinotefuran in PT Alpine Insecticide isn't a repellent and doesn't provide residual control. Therefore, Alpine should only be used for killing insects on the spot, not for long-term pest prevention. The insects must directly come into contact with Alpine for it to work. The active ingredient has no effect once it has dried on the surface.
Where to Use PT Alpine Insecticide Aerosol
Use PT Alpine aerosol insecticide indoors and outdoors to kill various nuisance pests on contact. It's not only labeled for use in and around homes but also commercial businesses such as offices and restaurants. It's safe to use Alpine in transportation vehicles to knock down insects, such as ships and trains. Spray it directly on the insects in cracks, crevices, voids and spots where they travel, nest or breed.
PT Alpine insecticide aerosol EPA has granted Reduced-Risk status for public health use. Therefore, it can be used in and around sensitive areas like hospitals and nursing homes. The reduced risk EPA status not only makes it safe to use around people and pets but also in the environment without posing harm to plant life. Some common areas for use include:
Note: PT Alpine insecticide aerosol should only be applied to nonfood areas of restaurants, food-processing plants and other similar sites.
PT Alpine Pressurized Insecticide aerosol spray targets many nuisance pests such as ants, flies and stink bugs. It also eliminates disease-carrying insects such as German cockroaches. Hard-to-kill pests like bedbugs are also no match for the active ingredient in PT Alpine. It eliminates silverfish in bathrooms and powderpost beetles on decks. It also exterminates various stored product pests such as confused flour beetles, grain weevils and Indian meal moths. Other common target pests include:
Asian lady beetles
Reasons to Use PT Alpine Insecticide Aerosol Spray
Kills pests on contact
Targets more than a dozen insect species
Works indoors and outdoors
Reduced risk EPA status
Active ingredient: Dinotefuran 0.5%
PT Alpine Insecticide Kills Pests on Contact
PT Alpine Pressurized insecticide can be used most anywhere to eliminate insect pests. It kills the pests on contact and exterminates the most resistant species such as bedbugs and German cockroaches. Whether it's wood-damaging insects outdoors or nuisance flies indoors, eradicate the infestation quickly with Alpine dinotefuran 0.5% aerosol insecticide.
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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