[Talstar] Professional Insecticide tcyjw, 3/4 Gallon
- Active Ingredient: 7.9% Bifenthrin; Target pests: Talstar Pro controls over 75 different pests; everything from spiders, mosquitoes, cockroaches, ticks and fleas to pillbugs, chinch bugs, earwigs and millipedes
- Application area: Inside, outside, around the perimeter, and even in food handling areas
- Pet safe: Yes, when dry.; Always read the label before use
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Seemingly overnight the tables were turned. I'll remember the event vividly until I die. I opened the door and walked into numerous, well-made webs with HUGE arachnids on them. These guys must have been alive for months, training for this day. Caught off-guard, I started swiping and stumbled my way out of the back door into more spider webs. I tripped over and landed in bushes CRAWLING WITH TICKS, ANTS AND EARWIGS. Only one thought was in my head now: "ITS AN AM-BUSH." They instantly crawled onto me and invaded my hair. Instantly I got up and ran into the shower scratching my hair and clawing at my skin like a schizo. The enemy began working together. At night, they kept me from enjoying the back yard with air attacks. During the day cobwebs were laid out like boobie traps with giant 8-legged freaks waiting for one wrong step. Getting to my car was like stealing the mona lisa from a museum.
I went to Lowe's and bought every insecticide possible. The bill was over $150. Begin, OPERATION: INSECT MASSACRE. I went ham sandwich on the back wall of my house.Read more ›
I looked it up online and bought a quart myself and have been using it in my hand-pump sprayer ever since. Like the other reviewer commented about his stink bugs, I kill so many flies/moths & wasps I use the shop vac to clean them. literally thousands. This is a cattle ranching area and flies are to be expected, just not an invasion. In the spring we get the Miller moths that are migrating from Kansas to the Rockies, so for about 2-3 weeks they are a pest, but then are gone as quickly as they appeared. The wasps arrive in September and only leave when it turns cold. So, I needed a spray that would last, month after month, and this is it. It appears to resist rain, and we get major T-storms here. It even lasts year to year, as I see major insect kill off before I do the first yearly spray, telling me that last years spray is still killing.
Once dry, which is quick, it is safe around pets/livestock. Use a mask when you spray, not a white paper type, one with cartridges, gloves, log sleeve shirt, long pants and shoes/socks. Spray on a calm day. I also mix a small hand held spray bottle for applying to window sills, and door thresholds.
It is available at other outlets, but Amazon has the best price by far. Its very potent the 3/4 gallon bottle will mix close to 20 gallons of spray.
Now for the math. My service was costing me $66/Mo. for 2 homes times the required 10 Months of the year (they allowed 2 months vacation skip). That comes to $660 for the year. Now I spray the two homes on my property and my son's home down the street and don't quite use all the 3/4 gal container in 1 1/2 years. If I had all 3 homes treated commercially the cost would have been $990/yr. My cost was $45 using the product myself.
This material is EFFECTIVE on crawling bugs and I highly recommend it.
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Have been buying these excellent product for years.Here in New Mexico, had a little bit of every insect there is. Read morePublished 14 hours ago by Missyb - Goleta, Ca.
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Great product. This really works. A certain big name exterminator uses this product. Perfect.Published 3 days ago by blee