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Chemtech Permethrin 10% Ec Qt*
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- Size: Quart
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Add water to dilute to the concentration you want for clothes. I used 15 to 1, although 20 to 1 usually matches the sprays.
Once you mix it, be sure to keep it tightly capped or in a very well ventilated area. I kept/used it in the garage with the big door open. Still fumigated the entire garage and crept into the house every time the house door was opened for a couple of seconds. I'm not sure the vapors are really harmful, but they sure drive you out of the house just on odor alone.
Soak your clothes you want treated until they are thoroughly wet, wring out, hang to dry. I hung mine in the garage. Kept the garage fumigated for several days. The shirts dried in a couple of days. The jeans took almost a week.
No problem with any bugs while in Ecuador. No problem with the clothes either (i.e., no skin rash, no irritation, nothing.)
This Permethrin smells pretty bad (apparently because of an additive, not the permethrin itself); some people are more sensitive than others. It really doesn't bother me too much. But the good thing is that it has a very low toxicity to humans and *most* mammals. I was using it for bed bugs, and it seems to do the job. But it can be used for just about any insect, indoors or outdoors. Just read up on it before you use it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
product was not clear about containing fuel petroleum.. do not use for indoor applications, no inside petsPublished 17 months ago by c
Dilute 20:1. Soak clothing for 24 hours and the bug stay away.Published 20 months ago by fredrick burse
worked as stated. Delivery very good. I would recommend this product and vendor any day!!!Published on May 5, 2014 by Terry Miller
This might sound strange but I soak clothes and bedding and a tip in shampooing carpets since theres been outbreaks of infestations bugs people carry and the regular pestilences. Read morePublished on July 31, 2012 by Lisa Mitchell