Customer Reviews 5 item(s)
- Precor Fogger Works Great
We have 10 x 15 a sun room where the 10 barn cats get out of the weather with a major flea infestation. Cleaned the vinyl floor before using the Precor fogger. One can did the trick, its been weeks and no sign of fleas.
- Great Product
I bought this for a major flea problem in my basement and it worked perfectly to get rid of the fleas but did buy the spray especially for the carpeted areas-my boyfriend bought the fogger for his house also and it worked. After the fogging we did wash all the cats with Dawn dish soap (blue one only) which is a GREAT inexpensive way to get rid of fleas-cats we’re happy to be flea free but not so happy with the bath. Great product!
- It's worked for me.
I've used this product several times and it has worked for me. I used this under my house, in my house, a shed, and chicken coop (minus chickens). It has killed fleas, roaches, and assorted nuisance bugs. I'm not sure why other people didn't have a good experience but it's worked great for me.
- Don't bother
I used this as instructed and it did nothing. I don't have a huge flea problem but wanted to keep it under control. My problem has grown and now I am trying to find other solutions. Don't waste your $$!
- Simply did not work
Let me start by saying that we did NOT have a major infestation of fleas.
My Saturday started with me vacuuming the living room & the hall. We then loaded the dog into the car, I set off the 3 cans of Precor Plus foggers (2 in living room, 1 in the center of our small hall way) and left home going to Pet Smart for a grooming and a bath with flea shampoo (for our pup Fred). After some shopping [to kill the 2 hours wait time stated on the can] we picked up our now flea less Havanese Fred and returned home.
Within minuets I spotted fleas on Fred's white coat!
I'm not sure at this point what kills fleas....... but I can say that it is NOT Precor Plus!!!!!!
DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS PRODUCT!
DIY RESPONSE: It usually takes more than foggers to end a flea infestation. While foggers will kill active adult fleas, new fleas that were ready to hatch during the fogging will still hatch once the insecticide in the fogger breaks down (This happens within hours, for example after the 2 hours that you waited).
Foggers will decrease the overall population and they also spread a growth inhibitor to combat future fleas, but spot treatments are usually also needed to completely eradicate the population. You can spot treat heavily infested areas with a product such as Alpine Flea Spray: http://store.doyourownpestcontrol.com/pt-alpine-flea-insecticide-igr
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