36.8 % Permethrin SFR 32 oz Pest Control Insecticide
- Active Ingredient: Permethrin 36.8% ~~Target pests: Subterranean termites, and general broad insect control.
- For use in: Residential, commerical, and recreational areas.
- Application area: Perimeter treatment of lawns, ornamentals, recreation areas and athletic fields. Indoor spot, crack and crevice treatment. also labeled for kennels for fleas and ticks see label for details ~~Yield: 20-96 gallons
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Top Customer Reviews
I bought this product to use primarily as insect repellant. I noticed that Permethrin, the active ingredient in this product is the active ingredient in many popular and expensive insect repellants that are being sold for as much as $12 for a 16 ounce bottle at stores like Cabelas and Bass Pro Shops. Permethrin is not just a repellant, but it kills just about any insect or arachnid that comes into contact with it. The repellants sold at the sporting goods stores have a concentration of .5%. This one quart bottle of 36.8% permethrin will make between 64 and 80 32-ounce bottles of the same repellant being sold for $12 for 16 ounces. Additionally, this concentrate can be mixed in various dilutions that are appropriate for killing bugs by spraying them directly, or even using as a flea and tick wash for your dog. A word of caution here... DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT ON CATS, FISH or AMPHIBIANS. YOU WILL KILL THEM IN A HURRY!!!
I tried this product out as a repellant today when I went out to mow my my 12 acre yard and two smaller yards for my neighbors. In the past, even when dousing myself with Deep Woods Off, I'd finish the day with more than a few bug bites and often find a tick or two stowing away on my clothing. I mixed one tablespoon of concentrate into a 32 ounce spray bottle and treated my clothing liberally with the product.Read more ›
Permethrin SFR is a fantastic product for any pest you can think of ...save the brown dog tick.
Apparently, in my neck of the woods, at least, we have created a permethrin resistant or possibly permethrin immune variety of this common tick. The University of Florida is even in the midst of a three year long study on this problem. Unfortunately, I did not see this study until I had already ordered and used this to fight it myself.
We treated three times with about a ten day interval between each time. By the third time, we actually more than doubled the recommended concentration of the product and had given up all pretense of conservative application. Not only did we spray from the ceiling down, ( destroying the popcorn along the way )every baseboard, 1/4 round, carpets, door frames,windows,blinds,closets, but sprayed the laminate floors to the point of saturation and needing to literally use a mop on the heavier puddles. Flies, mosquitoes,japanese beetles, wasps, roaches,you name it, dropped dead at contact with this. By contact, I don't just mean a direct hit, but two or three days later walking on a surface which had once been sprayed. Great stuff.
For the ticks...all it did was annoy them and move them to previously uninfested areas of our home. To be sure of this, we actually collected up ticks that had been directly hit with the spray, sprayed them again, and placed them in sealed containers to see how long it would take them to die. They never did. I don't mean one or two out of the bunch..Read more ›
Mixed up a couple of gallons in my pump-up sprayer, donned my rubber gloves, and ventured out into the insect battlefield to engage the enemy. I sprayed everything from eye-level to the ground. I sprayed around the windows and doors of the house. I sprayed the shrubs, fence, trees, and anything else standing still. Then I waited...
In my mind's eye, I had just dropped the "big one" on the ticks that were crawling about with their front legs extended into a "hey buddy can I catch a ride" pose. And it went "kaBOOOOOOM". Ticks dead, but lots of other bugs too. No more ants, no more stink bugs, or other creepy crawlers. In fact, I suspect that any bug merely flying over my yard will probably keel over in mid-air and drop to the ground.
Funny thing is this stuff isn't all that toxic to humans and dogs. Cats, on the other hand, need to steer clear. Not sure what the marauding raccoon is feeling, but I don't give a hoot about him. He's bringing ticks into my yard.
Two years later and update.
This has been a banner year for mosquitos in the Houston area. Right now they are swarming in unheard-of numbers. I mixed a two-gallon batch (uses 3 ounces of Permethrin SFR) and ventured into my yard. Spraying as I walked, I was knocking mosquitos to the ground and showing them who is boss. I found a couple of low spots in the yard where they are breeding and gave it a short burst of spray. That will do the trick.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I diluted and sprayed some work/yard clothes and so far no tick bites, so that's a plus.
I also used a more concentrated dilution to spray the entire yard. Read more
I love this stuff. Works great on ant mounds and creating a barrier around my property. Sprayed on my deck and it fixed my carpenter bee issues as well as mosquitoes.Published 16 hours ago by h-a-l
I'm not sure I want to use this product with animals around and the way the instructions read you almost need to wearing a hazmat suite. I have never opened the container.Published 4 days ago by Gerald Marlin
I actually had a flea infestation so bad that the regular 10% permethrin didn't work good enough. I actually had to put a one foot wide strip of salt under my bed, in front of k... Read morePublished 8 days ago by michael c.
I actually think the bifen xts does a better job even though permethrin is stronger percentage wise.Published 8 days ago by Frank Aguilar