Invader Aerosol with Propoxur
Invader Aerosol with Propoxur ( formally called Invader HPX) provides rapid knockdown and kill of residential and industrial pests. . Another popular aerosol, Propoxur 250 has been discontinued.The replacement is Invader Aerosol with Propoxur
- Active ingredient: 1.0% Propoxur
- Fast knock down with quick kill
- Last for four weeks
Invader Aerosol with Propoxur Application
Spray into hiding places such as cracks and crevices, moist areas, openings around pipes and sinks, under refrigerators, behind baseboards, coffee makers, meter boxes and manholes. Spray directly on insects in these locations where possible. Repeat as necessary.
Invader Aerosol with Propoxur is for use only with injection tube and for injecting into cracks and crevices where insects may be hiding, living and breeding. Place injector tip inch into cracks, crevices, holes and other small openings where insects may be a problem. Release approximately 1 second spray per spot. In serious infestations, if possible, place spots approximately 12 inches apart. In light infestations or preventative treatment, place spots approximately 3 feet apart. See the additional directions on the product label
Works for Crawling Pests:
- Cockroaches, Water bugs, Spiders(excludes Brown Recluse and Black Widow Spiders, Earwigs,Crickets,
Grain Weevils , Millipedes, Centipedes, Book Lice, Flour Beetles,
Drugstore Beetles , Boxelder Bugs, Silverfish and Booklice, Carpenter Ants, and Termites.
Can not be shipped by expedited choices, per air regulations.
- Additional Information
Pro Tips We don't ship aerosols like the Invader Aerosol with Propoxur with the tops attached because they tend to leak. Putting the top on an aerosol can be a challenge sometimes. Take the can outside, point the crack and crevice away from you and firmly press down. A small amount will spray out, so don't get alarmed. Now the top is locked in, and you won't need to repeat that again. Packaging 14 oz cans Manufacturer Waterbury Product Label Invader Aerosol Label MSDS Invader Aerosol MSDS Target Pest cockroaches, spiders(excludes brown recluse and black widow), water bugs, earwigs, crickets, book lice, silverfish ants, floor beetles, clover mites, box elder bugs, carpenter ants and more. Active Ingredient (s) 1.0% Propoxur (2-(1-methylethoxy) phenyl methylcarbamate) For Use : Homes, hospitals, schools, warehouses, nursing homes, restaurants, and other commercial buildings. Yield Depends on usage Mixture|Application Place injector tip inch into cracks, crevices, holes and other small openings where insects may be a problem Application No Retreatment As needed Shipping Restrictions N/A More Instructions No
Customer Reviews 5 item(s)
- Invader 1% Propoxur
This combined with Gentrol applied 2 or 3 days in advance IS the magic bullet for residential bed bug elimination.
- Nice stuff to have around
This was used initially to kill carpenter bees along with Temo dust a few years back.
Now, i tend to use it on active bugs like apple borers.
It's just nice to have around. This was a purchase to replenish my supply.
Another product Tempo dust was able to kill a root insect of an Evergreen tree, The tree still hasn't recovered from the infestation, but there is no signs of infestation, The pest was so hard to identify. It went much better when I saw one.
- Works great, if used correctly.
This works GREAT, if you use it correctly. Don't spray too much, don't spray too little.
Yes, the smell is off-putting, put it clears in a day or two. Just air the apartment out really well -- there is a residual in the spray that will stay in the treated areas for up to 4 weeks.
I live in a big city (San Francisco) in a multi-unit highrise apartment building. I treat my apartment every month from top to bottom -- (alternating between deltamethrin, propoxur, and permethrin) -- and the pest control problem in my unit has been minimal.
It's a VERY GOOD IDEA to alternate the chemical treatments every month in order to avoid the insects developing any resistance.
CB Invader is GREAT STUFF to have in your pest control arsenol. I'm glad it's still on the market.
- Kills millipedes
Invader was the only thing that killed my Millipedes.
didnt much care for the product it worked but it is harmful to animals and you have to wear a mask to use it and then you have to leave your home for a day just like bombing your house you can choose to use this but i wouldnt recommend it to you if you live a busy life