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I used my with bed big spray. I have a large sprayer and I mixed the two and it worked great.
JaTilya T.
· August 12, 2018
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No clue. I use it to spray inside my house to kill spiders and any other insects that try to come in. Does a great job in the house. I wouldn’t be scared to give it a try myself.
David Brown
· July 28, 2019
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I use it and don’t have roaches. Can’t say I ever had a roach problem. Does great on spiders.
David Brown
· July 28, 2019
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No clue. I use it to kill spiders and other insects in my house. Does a great job from what I can tell.
David Brown
· July 28, 2019
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We just spray around the foundation of the our house and the windows. I would never want to spray anything that would harm bees. Just keeping bugs out of house.
Allie909
· April 26, 2019
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Yes liquid insecticide is.

The best prevention for clothes moth damage is vacuuming the home regularly and cleaning woolen garments before storing them in airtight containers. … see more
Yes liquid insecticide is.

The best prevention for clothes moth damage is vacuuming the home regularly and cleaning woolen garments before storing them in airtight containers.

You can spray a broad-spectrum liquid insecticide around the perimeter of rooms and closets and in cracks and crevices.

All insecticides should be applied as a rather fine wet spray, directly to material being treated.

Follow label instructions carefully. see less
Yes liquid insecticide is.

The best prevention for clothes moth damage is vacuuming the home regularly and cleaning woolen garments before storing them in airtight containers.

You can spray a broad-spectrum liquid insecticide around the perimeter of rooms and closets and in cracks and crevices.

All insecticides should be applied as a rather fine wet spray, directly to material being treated.

Follow label instructions carefully.

EcoClean Solutions
Seller · April 26, 2019
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Yes it will definitely kill moth larvae
EcoClean Solutions
Seller · May 19, 2018
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The product works great on wasps, bees and hornets! It will not effect the nest unless the product is carried by the wasp or bee and comes into contact with others
EcoClean Solutions
Seller · September 21, 2018
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I do not use it that way. I spray the Redwood Shake exterior walls of my home to keep the spiders away, used it twice about six months ago, and the spiders have not comeback.
Sailor Hank
· March 4, 2018
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Yes it will. It's guaranteed to work or your money back :)
EcoClean Solutions
Seller · June 6, 2018