Directions For Use
It is a violation of Federal Law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
Repeated exposure to etofenprox can cause skin irritation. Remove all exposed food and cooking utensils. Cover all food handling surfaces and wash thoroughly after treatment and before use. Do not use on edible crops.
For Outdoor Use Only - Shake Well Before Using
Hold container upright and spray.
Outdoors: Point spray nozzle away from face. Hold can on slight downward angle. For best results, spray when air is calm. Allow a few minutes for product to take effect. Spray with wind if breeze is blowing.
Repeat treatments to infested areas as necessary at intervals of 14 days or greater. Do not make more than 6 applications per site per year.
Pests On Outside Surfaces Of Buildings: For control of building infestation due to Ants, Clover Mites*, Crickets, Earwigs*, Millipedes*, and Sowbugs* (Pillbugs*): Spray foundation of building where insects are active and may find entrance, up to a height of 2 to 3 feet. Hold can 2 to 3 feet from surface to be treated and spray to slightly moisten surface. Apply as a residual spray to outside surface of buildings where insects tend to congregate. Spray areas include (but are not limited to) screens, window frames, eaves, porches, patios, garages and refuse dumps.
Flying Insects: Flies, Mosquitoes, Gnats, Small Flying Moths, Hornets and Yellow Jackets: Allow fog to drift over area. Direct spray toward bushes or grass from at least 4 to 6 feet away. Give special attention to breeding areas such as garbage cans and compost piles.
Crawling Insects: Ants, Cockroaches, Crickets, Mole Crickets, Centipedes*, and Silverfish*: Hold can 2 to 3 feet from surface to be treated and spray infested surface of patio or picnic area, hitting as many insects as possible. Spray to slightly moisten the surface. Also spray legs of tables and chairs to repel ants. Spray ant trails and hills.
Ants, Ticks, Crickets, Fleas and Earwigs*: Apply thoroughly to infestations in bushes, grass or weeds.