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- Kills on contact and eliminates the nest
- Also kills yellow jackets, tent caterpillars and scorpions
- Up to 27ft jet spray
- Non-staining, water-based formula
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|Manufacturer Part Number||HG-13415|
|Package Height||2.5 x 2.5 x 10 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.05 pounds|
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|Item Dimensions||—||5.56 x 2.78 x 10.06 in||2.78 x 2.78 x 10.06 in||—||5.25 x 2.62 x 9.75 in||2.63 x 2.63 x 10 in|
|Item Weight||—||—||1.45 lbs||—||2.7 lbs||1.28 ounces|
|Size||Case Pack of 1||Case Pack of 2||18 oz||—||17.5 oz. - 2 Pack||14 oz.|
Kills on Contact. Kills wasps, hornets, yellow jackets, scorpions, and tent caterpillars. Kills insects that return to the nest. 20-Foot Jet Spray. Water-based formula is non-staining and leaves no oily residue.
Active Ingredients Prallethrin (.025%), Lambda-Cyhalothrin (.01%). In Active Ingredients Other Ingredients (99.965%).
Top customer reviews
The wasps are happily buzzing about their nest again. I am kicking myself for trying to save a couple of bucks by trying Hot Shot. It's useless.
Plain and simple, this stuff doesn't work. Either the wasps have another 30 seconds to fly, seek you out and attack you, or they fall immediately and recuperate hours later.
So far, only one reviewer claims this stuff killed his wasps. This could be due to poor quality control in the factory. Maybe bogus Amazon reviews are being planted by those wanting to sell more product. I don't know. Please heed what other reviewers are saying to you. Find a lone wasp that has settled on a bush, and then spray it. See for yourself whether it kills that single wasp instantly. It is does, lucky you. If not, you'll be glad you tested that can before spraying it all over the big boy's nest.
As mentioned in another review, the 27-foot range must be all downwind, because I could barely reach the eaves of the one-floor house from almost directly under that corner over the shed.
I had noticed several yellow jackets climbing in and out between the boards in the shed below that corner, so after spraying maybe a third of that first can, I concentrated my efforts on the far corner of the small shed. I shook the first can and sprayed almost all of it in two shifts, with retreat into the screen door between sprays, at the hornets coming and going and they just flitted around in the mist. I realized that the can barely had any left in the bottom and I had dropped maybe three bodies with direct spray on at least two dozen or so.
I stayed behind the screen door for a few minutes each time between my several-second burst to let the hoard settle down.
I shook up a second can and attacked that section of the shed again (about 2 feet wide at eye level, with 3/8” breaks between the 4-inch vertical slats, and about 2 feet high vertically). I soaked those boards with the overspray from concentrating on the gaps between the slats, and the bugs still kept coming and going with only a lot more activity while I was spraying, so I'd spray about a third- to a half-can and make my retreat for a few minutes.
After 2-1/2 cans, I decided to leave the shed for then and go after the plastic storage container where we had stored cushions for my step-mother's lawn swing, where she had been stung about a dozen times earlier in the day when we went to get the cushions.
I finished off that third can against the few stragglers in the container from earlier. One of the bugs I had soaked walked around a bit in the puddle and then flew up toward my bare leg while I continued to spray the heck out of him and he finally just flew away.
I have news for you! Do anything else but waste your money on Hot Shot. Carry a fly swatter against the nests you find – anything but Hot Shot. Do not buy Hot Shot if you are serious about avoiding stings while you try to get rid of any of those beasts. You might drop a few, but if you attack more than a dozen or two at once with HOT SHOT, you might not come away unscathed and you’ll still need to plan another strategy. I plan to buy RAID this weekend and go after those buggers again when I go back down to take care of my folks on Monday.
DO NOT BUY HOT SHOT! Even if they give it away, you will regret taking it home. DO NOT BUY HOT SHOT! It’s only barely better than worthless.