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- Hot Shot No Pest Strip. Chemical Pesticides and Herbicides
- Manufacturer: UNITED INDUSTRIES/SPECTRM
- Manufacturer part number: 5580
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Keep bugs where they belong: out of your home. The Hot Shot unscented hanging insect repellent kills flying and crawling insects with a penetrating, odorless vapor. Just hang or stand the strip up in attics, garages, storage areas and other spaces, including boats, RVs and cabins (when not in use). One unit will treat a 10 by 13 foot room with an 8 foot ceiling for up to 4 months.
Clean, Odorless Insect Protection
Kill flying and crawling bugs in attics, garages, storage spaces, boats, RVs, and cabins with Hot Shot No-Pest Strip. This hanging insect repellent uses advanced controlled-release technology to slowly diffuse a deep, penetrating vapor throughout the enclosed treatment space for up to four months. Its clean, odorless vapor is evenly distributed, killing both visible and hidden insects on contact and preventing new insect infestations.
Because it continuously emits vapor, Hot Shot No-Pest Strip is designed to be used in areas occupied by people less than four hours per day, such as garages, attics, or sheds. You can also hang one in your vacation home, cabin, mobile home, or boat while it's not being used.
One Hot Shot No-Pest Strip will treat a 10-by-13-foot enclosed room with an 8-foot ceiling. When more than one strip is required--such as larger rooms--keep the strips at least 10 feet apart. Treatment usually lasts for four months; replace with a new, fresh, full-strength strip at the end of four months. Hot Shot No-Pest Strip should not be used around food or in food-handling areas.
Before using a treated room or area that has not been occupied for a while (such as a vacation home or RV), remove Hot Shot No-Pest Strips and open doors and windows for a few hours to allow any lingering vapor to dissipate.
Hot Shot No-Pest Strips work against both flies and mosquitoes. For flying insect control specifically, hang or stand the strip in the middle of your treatment area, away from windows. You can even use the strip inside your trash dumpster if you're having a fly problem there. Stand up one strip inside your dumpster and keep the lid on the dumpster closed.
Do not use the strip around edibles.
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I had already had a mild fruit fly problem in my small apartment (about 750 square feet).. and like a bubblehead... I left one morning in a hurry after making a smoothie and neglected to clean up.. I managed to leave a few strawberries on the counter right next to an unfinished glass of wine.. I then left and didn't return for about three days..
I came home to the Fruit-FlyAgeddon.. Fruit-Apocolypse... It was HORRIBLE. I spent the entire weekend, swatting flies away from my face, my laptop screen, my television screen.. I even tried vacuuming them from the various areas they would land.. I spent hours over the course of a weekend waving my vacuum hose around in my living room like some cracked out Ninja with a lame sword trying in vain to suck up the little mutants as they flit around my apartment.
And then it happened. I went to open my bedroom window; and there it was.
The Fruit Fly Village. In my bedroom window.. hundreds of them... milling about.
Shopping, playing, singing, dining, mocking me.
It was 20 degrees outside and I had to sleep with a fan blowing towards me to keep the little mutants from landing on me while I tried in vain to sleep beneath Fruit Fly Village.. I literally cried myself to sleep. Because I realized.. those little freaks had been in my apartment.. all along. Just waiting for me to mess up.. and I did..
I fought them over the long Thanksgiving Weekend.. and first tried the vinegar/dishsoap thing.. I freaked out when I saw all the bodies floating.. but the vinegar just seemed to draw them out.. it wasn't alleviating the problem.. It was merely punctuating the severe issue that I had..
Then, after returning home one evening It was then that I cracked. I could not cook in my kitchen as they would land everywhere.. I couldn't even hang out in my living room.. While trying to watch the Mindy Project I spent the entire show swatting them away from my face... And I definitely couldn't enjoy a glass of beloved wine.. I couldn't even put my makeup on in my bathroom without one of the mutants landing on my foundation on my face, I even swallowed a couple of them during a workout... Yes.. I couldn't even enjoy my Tae-Bo... They had taken over..
I'd had it...
I hopped online and immediately ordered the No-Pest Strip... Prime Membership.. spent the extra $3.99 to get it the next day..I thought to myself... I will risk the adult onset ADD..
This must end... I want my life back.
I hung it up... and after a few hours.. noticed that nothing was flying around my head as I watched television.. but I think it was all in my mind.. I decided to go to bed.. place it in my tiny kitchen.. and see what would happen. I closed myself up in my bedroom to try to minimize the ADD fumes..
The next morning.. I noticed not much.. I dressed for work and left. Upon arriving home.. I began to notice.. the tiny carcasses on my kitchen counter.. I cleaned them all.. In my bathroom, I noticed a few carcasses in my tub. OMG.. could it be working? There was a faint smell.. not intrusive.. but just enough to remind me that the ADD stick was working.. Then, the big test.. I sat on my sofa to watch television.. I was only accosted by one lone fruit fly..
I was winning..
And now.. the battle is almost won. It has eliminated 90% of the mutants.. I made the mistake of forgetting to plug in the drains in the kitchen and just went and found quite a few plotting their attack.. I attacked them with a bottle of Clorox and some very hot water.. I am strong now Mutants..
I am winning.
Yeah.. this stuff works..
I have my bedroom back.. they are gone.. only a few here and there.. Easy to kill..
I will let it hang for two more days.. and then discard my ADD stick..
I have my apartment back!
Owner was not having that extra charge, so I was on my own. Tried the vinegar/soap 2 liter trick, tried the little apple looking product in the bug aisle, then I found these strips, I believe at Lowes, and tried it. We hung these under the sinks, near the drains after our weekly hardcore scrub and bleaching. Swap them out every 7-10 days in the summer, winter you can go much much longer. It isn't healthy, it isn't natural, it's full of carcinogens, but no food or people were near them enough to really cause that much concern. All this strip does is emit a pesticide into the air. It made a huge, immediate difference. Every now and then we'd see one but not like it was. We also used to toss the old ones in a netted bag (I think it was an old orange bag, with the plastic netting) that someone hung up near the dumpster and grease bin, and it was definitely not as fly-ey and gross. A nasty old bag full of old fly killer cancer chemical plastic strips, but it was 10x better and bug free over there by the dumpster! All about being comfortable in the present. If I glow green one day, at least I know my syrups and grenadine were bug free. : )