Silverfish and Firebrat Insecticides
Using Residual Insecticides For Silverfish Control
- Insecticide concentrates, such as LambaStar UltraCap 9.7, Cyper WSP, and D-Fense SC are used for spraying a residual insecticide for silverfish control. These residual insecticides, sprayed around entry points and foundation of the house would be the first step. Spray along the foundational wall, with a two or three-foot band around the perimeter of your home.
- After this, add to your program an insecticide bait or an insecticide dust to your attic area.
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Starting at: $49.90
LambdaStar UltraCap 9.7 is a micro-encapsulated lambda-cyhalothrin formulation that is easy to measure and mix. It has a long residual protection with excellent results. Compared to Demand CS, also a lambda-cyhalothrin 9.7% formulation, LamdaStar UltraCap has a higher mortality rate after 12 weeks of testing.Learn More
Starting at: $10.06
Now Cyper WP comes in water-soluble packets for mixing convenience. Cyper WSP compares to the popular Demon WP envelopes, with the same active ingredient, 40.0% Cypermethrin.
Cyper WSP achieves a quick knockdown and long-lasting control of 30 nuisance pest.Learn More
$53.50Get Rid Of Silverfish Kit contains LambdaStar UltraCap 9.7, Intice 10 Bait, and Trapper Monitor/Insect Traps. Use LambdaStar UltraCap 9.7 to spray as a residual insecticide both inside and outside, Intice Bait to sprinkle in the attic and Trapper Monitor/ Insect Traps placed in areas where they are hiding. The Trapper Monitor Traps may also be used as monitoring tools. Learn More
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Spectre 2 SC, with Chlorfenpyr 21.45%, may be compared to the popular non-repellent Phantom Insecticide, but more economical. As a non-repellent insecticide, Spectre 2 SC is not detectable to the insects (so the insects do not avoid it). It is a very low odor (almost odorless) and a long-lasting residual insecticide. It will kill many types of ants (see label), bed bugs, grain beetles, boxelder bugs, house crickets, roaches, spiders, scorpions and more. As these pest come in contact with it, they share it with other insects, spreading it to those that have not come in contact with it.Learn More