Fastout CS Foam with cyfluthrin has been discontinued. We carry a good alternative foam called, Temprid Foam. We also carry other insecticide foams such as D-Foam Termidor Foam, and Alpine Foams. Click here, Cyfluthrin products, for a list of cyfluthrin products.
||20 oz can
||BASF / Whitmire Micro-Gen
||Ants (except Fire and Harvester), Asian Lady Bugs, Bed Bugs, Bees, Boxelder Bugs, Carpenter Bees, Carpet Beetles, Centipedes, Clover Mites, Cockroaches, Crickets, Earwigs,
Firebrats, Flies, Flour Beetles (Confused, Red, Sawtoothed), Fruit Flies, Fungus Gnat Larvae, Hornets, Indianmeal Moths, Mediterranean Flour Moths, Millipedes, Scorpions, Silverfish, Sowbugs, Spiders (also Brown Recluse), Thrips, Ticks, Wasps, Wood Destroying Insects (Powder Post Beetles, Old House Borer, Wharf Borer, Subterranean and Drywood
Termites*) and Yellowjackets
|Active Ingredient (s)
|For Use :
||Apartments, Homes, Hospitals, Hotels, Food Handling Establishments, Restaurants, Hotels, Hospitals and Nursing Homes (Non-patient Areas), Motels, Hobby Greenhouses, Interiorscapes, Office Buildings, Schools*, Transportation Equipment (Buses, Boats, Ships, Trains, Planes†) and Warehouses and Other Commercial and Industrial Buildings
* Do not apply to classrooms when in use.
† Do not use in aircraft cabins.
||1 oz. of FastOut CS produces approx. 1 quart of foam. Each can will produce up to 20 quarts of foam.
||Self contained, included hose applicator.
Apply as a spot, void or crack and crevice treatment.
- Cockroaches, Spiders, Silverfish, Crickets and Firebacks: Apply where these insects crawl and hide. Suggested areas include cracks and crevices, voids and hidden areas around sinks and storage areas, behind baseboards, around doors and windows, behind and under refrigerators, cabinets, sinks and stoves, the underside of pantry shelves, drawers, bookcases and similar areas.
- Ants (except Fire and Harvester): Apply FastOut CS around entry points where the ants travel, such as windows, doors and utility connections. If a void is suspected as an ant infestation, treat the void areas.
- Carpenter Ants: After you find the source of infestation of the Carpenter Ants, inject FastOut CS into the void, tunnel, cavity or void. Use FastOut CS around doors and windows, if they are entry and exit points. You may treat void areas of non-structural areas such as trees or fences.
- Carpet Beetles: After locating the source of these insects and where they are crawling, use FastOut CS. Spray on and under carpets, rugs or furniture; look for source locations in closets.
- Bed Bugs: After inspection of bed bug activity, useful places to spray in order to kill bed bugs would be around headboards, bed frames, and box springs. Spray cracks and crevices in dressers and clothe closets, any wall moldings and along carpet edges. Do not use FastOut CS on mattresses or bed linens and remove any articles in dressers and nightstands before spraying. FastOut CS is to be used with other bedbug control products such as Transport and Phantom. Use bed bug encasements or Cimexa Dust on your mattresses.
- Stored Product Pest: After removing or covering food, spray FastOut CS to specific areas of infestations as a spot or crack and crevice treatment on areas such as shelves, cupboards and shelves where the food products had been infested. Throw out all infested foods as part of your treatment.
- Wood Destroying Insects (Beetles, Boers, Carpenter Ants, Carpenter Bees, Termites and Wood Wasps): After locating suspected infestation, spray into insect tunnels and galleries. It may be necessary to drill pivot holes into these areas in order to get a distribution of FastOut CS in infested areas. Be careful not to spray around electrical switches outlets or junk boxes.
- Carpenter Bees: Inject into entrance holes. Seal up the holes during the fall months.
- Termites: Can be injected into termite galleries. Use of FastOut CS by itself is not sufficient for a compete termite treatment.
- Crawling Insects Outside: Apply FastOut CS to voids or cracks and crevices where insects may be hiding. These areas may include wall voids, around attic vents, soffits, openings around windows, pipes, doors and cable tv or telephone lines. You may also inject in suspected fencing, trees, large shrubs or landscape timbers.
||AK, CT, NY