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What are Insecticide Aerosols?

Insecticide Aerosols are sprays that contain active pesticides and other inert ingredients that kill insects. Aerosols produce less waste than other insecticides because they are metered and each spray is designed to deliver a specified amount of poison. There are three types of aerosols that contain pesticides: contact, residual, and IGR (insect growth regulator) sprays. Some products are a combination of the three types.

Contact Insecticide Aerosols:

Contact sprays are most effective when sprayed directly onto the target insect for a quick kill. Many contact sprays contain pyrethoid or other active ingredients composed of synthetic toxins that target the central nervous system of the insect. Many contact sprays do not eliminate eggs and the insect cycle can continue. Some insects, such as bedbugs, can become resistant to the active ingredients in contact sprays and a different treatment is required for the remaining resistant insects.

Residual Insecticide Aerosols:

Residual insecticide aerosols remain active for an extended period of time after the application. Residual aerosols are applied to surfaces instead of directly on the insects to kill the bugs as they come into contact with the treated area.

Insect Growth Regulator Aerosols:

Insect Growth Regulator sprays disrupt the insect lifecycle by rendering the insects sterile.

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  1. PT Fendona Pressurized Insecticide

    PT Fendona Pressurized Insecticide with alpha-cypermethrin as its active ingredient kills over 65 arthropod pests providing a fast knockdown and long-lasting control. Alpha-cypermethrin is three times more powerful than cyfluthrin, even with a less active ingredient. PT Fendona Pressurized Insecticide kills such key pests as houseflies, Indian meal moths, wasps, silverfish, black and brown recluse spiders with a 100% mortality rate in 5 minutes.

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  2. SureKill LD-44T

    SureKill LD-44T is a dual-synergist, 1 percent pyrethrin metered insect aerosol for use in the ProMist’r Dispenser. It’s labeled for use against flying insects such as flies, mosquitoes, gnats and moths in commercial food handling and preparation areas, stores, food processing plants, factories, hotels, offices, supermarkets, warehouses and bottling plants. It provides approximately 30 days of protection covering 6,000 cubic feet. Learn More
  3. Gotcha Sprayer Pro Adaptor

    The Gotcha Sprayer Pro Adaptor is an adaptor to put on the end of an extension pole to spray an aerosol or dispense a dust for hard to reach areas. It is designed for daily use by a professional exterminator. Typical applications are for carpenter bee holes, wasp and hornet nests, dusting tall fruit trees and dusting gardens. With this adapter you can reach areas without ladders, reducing falling risks. It also has an adjustable angle so you can use it to apply dust without bending or climbing.

    A standard threaded extension pole found at home and garden centers will fit.

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  4. D-Fense NXT

    D-Fense NXT combines 3 different active ingredients providing three modes of action for quick knockdown and residual control of bed bugs and other listed pests. D-Fense NXT contains one residual insecticide active ingredient, deltamethrin and 2 IGR (Insect Growth Regulators), Novaluron and Pyriproxyfen. These 2 IGRs help to break the bed bug life cycle and to prohibit the insect from molting properly.

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  5. Stryker Wasp & Hornet Killer

    Stryker Wasp & Hornet with 0.1 Prallethrin is a fast-acting wasp killer. Prallethrin so quickly kills, that it kills wasps and hornets before it can release its stinging pheromone. It may be sprayed as a spot killer or contact killer. Stryker Wasp & Hornet acts quickly and leaves a residual to eliminate the entire nest.It may be used against stinging insects both inside and outside.

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  6. Stryker 5-4 Aerosol

    Stryker 5-4 Aerosol will provide a very quick contact kill with its synergized pyrethrin. It may be used as a crack and crevice treatment and is very handy in flushing insects out of their hiding places. It may be sprayed inside or outside.

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  7. Spectre PS

    Spectre PS aerosol can be compared to Phantom Aerosol with the same formulation of 0.5% Chlorfenapyr. Both Spectre and Phantom products are classified as non-repellents. As a non-repellent insecticide, the insects cannot detect its presence, allowing the insects to cross over its chemical placements, instead of avoiding the area. Spectre PS does not stain and may be combined with any roach baiting program and is an excellent product for fabric pests.

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  8. Shockwave 1 Flushing Killing and Residual Aerosol

    Shockwave 1 Aerosol combines two residual insecticides, two synergists (for a powerful synergy), and an IGR (insect growth regulator) for a total aerosol. Shockwave 1 combines flushing action (flushes them out of hiding areas and kills on contact) with a residual action (long-term action) and an IGR to cut growth cycles.

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  9. Phantom  II Aerosol

    Phantom Pressurized Aerosol Spray delivers the power and effectiveness of Phantom Insecticide in a convenient and easy-to-use aerosol can with an active ingredient Chlorfenapyr 0.5%. Phantom Aerosol by BASF has changed to "Phantom II", with the same active ingredient, Chlorfenapyr 0.5%. Phantom II now has less odor.

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  10. Alpine Aerosol PT

    Alpine aerosol pressurized insecticide with Dinotefuran  is not only a very safe insecticide (reduced risk ) but is a nonrepellent aerosol(insects don't know it is there) for residual control of crawling and flying insects. Alpine works great on insecticide-resistant bed bugs.
    Also labeled for ants, beetles, flies and more. 
    Three  great features: Reduced Risk , Non Repellent (insects don't know where it is) and residual(keeps working).
    Alpine Aerosol is approved for use in New York.

    Can not be shipped by expedited choices, per air regulations.

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Where are Residual Aerosols used?

Aerosols are easier to use than other insecticides and they are fairly clean. Residual Aerosols are used for hard to reach places such as cracks and crevices, baseboards and around plumbing. Aerosols are commonly used to control insects such as ants, bedbugs, bees, cockroaches, houseflies, silverfish, spiders, wasps and termites both indoors and outdoors.