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Raid Concentrated Deep Reach Fogger, 1.5 oz, 4 cans

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Product Highlights

  • Emits penetrating fog that kills roaches where they hide
  • Kills Ants, Black Carpet Beetles, Crickets, Earwigs, Fleas, Houseflies, Mosquitoes, Palmetto Bugs, Pillbugs, Rice Weevils, Roaches, Saw Toothed Grain Beetles, Small Flying Moths, Spiders, Ticks and Waterbugs
  • Does not leave wet and messy residue
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Raid Concentrated Deep Reach Fogger uses a bug killing fog to kill roaches and fleas in the hard-to-reach areas of your home. The fog treats an entire room with residual killing action against roaches for up to 2 months. The fog covers an area of up to 5,000 cubic feet and can even dissipate into closets and small areas within a room.

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Raid Concentrated Deep Reach Fogger uses a bug killing fog to kill roaches and fleas in the hard-to-reach areas of your home. The fog treats an entire room with residual killing action against roaches for up to 2 months. The fog covers an area of up to 5,000 cubic feet and can even dissipate into closets and small areas within a room.
  • Emits penetrating fog that kills roaches where they hide
  • Kills Ants, Black Carpet Beetles, Crickets, Earwigs, Fleas, Houseflies, Mosquitoes, Palmetto Bugs, Pillbugs, Rice Weevils, Roaches, Saw Toothed Grain Beetles, Small Flying Moths, Spiders, Ticks and Waterbugs
  • Does not leave wet and messy residue
  • Keeps killing roaches with residual action for up to 2 months
  • Each fogger treats an entire 25 ft x 25 ft room with an 8 ft ceiling
  • Money back guarantee** (See label for additional detail)

Warning:

PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS HAZARDS TO HUMANS AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS CAUTION: User Safety Recommendations. May be harmful if swallowed or inhaled. Breathing spray mist may be harmful. Avoid breathing vapors. Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Users should wash hands with plenty of soap and water before eating, drinking, chewing gum, using tobacco, or using the toilet. Users should remove clothing immediately if pesticide gets inside. Then wash thoroughly and put on clean clothing. May cause contact sensitization following repeated contact with the skin of some individuals. Wash with soap and water after handling. DO NOT remain in enclosed areas during use. FIRST AID Call a poison control center or doctor immediately for treatment advice. IF SWALLOWED: Have person sip a glass of water if able to swallow. Do not induce vomiting unless told to do so by a poison control center or doctor. Do not give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. IF IN EYES: Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for 15-20 minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present, after the first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing eye. Have the product container or label with you when calling a poison control center or doctor, or going for treatment. PHYSICAL OR CHEMICAL HAZARDS EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE. Contents under pressure. Keep away from fire, sparks, and heated surfaces. Do not puncture or incinerate container. Exposure to temperatures above 130 ?F may cause bursting. This product contains a HIGHLY FLAMMABLE ingredient. It may cause a fire or explosion if not used properly. Follow the ?Directions for Use? on this label very carefully.

Ingredients:

Ingredients: Active Ingredient: CYPERMETHRIN 1.716% Other Ingredients:: 98.284%

Directions:

Instructions: It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Does not control bed bugs. General Precautions and Restrictions: Do not apply this product in a way that will contact any person or pet, either directly or through drift. Keep people and pets out of the treated area during application. Exit area immediately and remain outside the treated area until the area is thoroughly ventilated and until aerosols, vapors and/or mists have dispersed. Do not re-enter for four hours. Before reoccupying the area, open all doors and windows and allow treated area to air for 30 minutes. If an odor is still detected additional ventilation is required. Remove birds and other pets before application. Cover any water inhabited by fish (such as aquariums and ornamental fish ponds) during treatment, and turn aquarium systems off. Do not apply when food is present. Exposed food should be covered or removed. All food preparation surfaces and utensils should be covered during treatment or thoroughly washed before use. Do not use in greenhouses where plants are grown for food. TO USE THIS PRODUCT CORRECTLY: Turn off all flames and pilot lights. Call your gas utility or management company if you need assistance with your pilot lights. Do not use fogger in small confined areas, such as closets, cabinets or under counters or tables. Do not use in a room 5 ft. x 5 ft. or smaller, instead allow fog to enter from other rooms. Do not use more than one fogger per room. Use of a fogger in an enclosed space (or use of more than one fogger per room) may cause the product to explode, resulting in injury to people and damage to property. CLOSE outside doors and windows. SHUT OFF fans and air conditioners. 1. BEFORE YOU FOG: Open cabinets, cupboards, drawers, closets and doors in areas to be treated. REMOVE or cover exposed foods, dishes, utensils, food processing equipment and surfaces. REMOVE pets and birds, cover and turn off fish aquariums before spraying. Turn off air flow systems in aquariums. COVER waxed wood floors, waxed furniture and stereo or other plastic dust covers in the immediate area surrounding the fogger (newspapers may be used). Place a chair, table or stand in the center of the room to be fogged. Cover with several layers of newspaper or paper towels. 2. TO START FOGGING: Break off and remove tab on side of sprayer. Tilt sprayer AWAY from face. Press down firmly on sprayer pad until it snaps into place. Set fogger on covered stand. Fill out and place hang-tag on the door to the treated area to alert family and others with access to the treated area not to enter for 4 hours. Vacate the treated house, individual apartment unit, or other structure immediately. Do not re-enter for four (4) hours 3. AIRING OUT: Do not re-enter for four hours. Before reoccupying the area, open all doors and windows and allow treated area to air for 30 minutes. If an odor is still detected, additional ventilation is required. Do not allow adults, children or pets to enter the treated area until vapors, mists, and aerosols have dispersed, and the treated area has been thoroughly ventilated.

Safe Handling Instructions: DOES NOT CONTROL BED BUGS. GENERAL PRECAUTIONS AND RESTRICTIONS: Do not apply this product in a way that will contact any person or pet, either directly or through drift. Keep people and pets out of the treated area during application. Exit area immediately and remain outside the treated area until the area is thoroughly ventilated and until aerosols, vapors and/or mists have dispersed. Do not re-enter for four hours. Before reoccupying the area, open all doors and windows and allow treated area to air for 30 minutes. If an odor is still detected additional ventilation is required. Remove birds and other pets before application. Cover any water inhabited by fish (such as aquariums and ornamental fish ponds) during treatment, and turn aquarium systems off. Do not apply when food is present. Exposed food should be covered or removed. All food preparation surfaces and utensils should be covered during treatment or thoroughly washed before use. Do not use in greenhouses where plants are grown for food. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS. HAZARDS TO HUMANS AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS. CAUTION: User Safety recommendations. May be harmful if swallowed or inhaled. Breathing spray mist may be harmful. Avoid breathing vapors. Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Users should wash hands with plenty of soap and water before eating, drinking, chewing gum, using tobacco, or using the toilet. Users should remove clothing immediately if pesticide gets inside. Then wash thoroughly and put on clean clothing. May cause contact sensitization following repeated contact with the skin of some individuals. Wash with soap and water after handling. DO NOT REMAIN IN ENCLOSED AREAS DURING USE. FIRST AID. Call a poison control center or doctor immediately for treatment advice. IF SWALLOWED: Have person sip a glass of water if able to swallow. Do not induce vomiting unless told to do so by a poison control center or doctor. Do not give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. IF IN EYES: Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for 15-20 minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present, after the first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing eye. Have the product container or label with you when calling a poison control center or doctor, or going for treatment. PHYSICAL OR CHEMICAL HAZARDS. EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE. CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE. Keep away from fire, sparks, and heated surfaces. Do not puncture or incinerate container. Exposure to temperatures above 130°F may cause bursting. This product contains a HIGHLY FLAMMABLE ingredient. It may cause a fire or explosion if not used properly. Follow the ''Directions for Use'' on this label very carefully. HIGHLY FLAMMABLE INGREDIENT

Fabric Care Instructions: N/A

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95 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Works when used as directed
Raid Concentrated Deep Reach Fogger works as advertised when used as directed. Some homes are deeply infested and may require additional treatments. What I learned from experience: Insect eggs are not killed by Raid Concentrated Deep Reach Fogger. Suggest using this product for controlling live insects then other products to manage resistant insects like gels, boric acid like Roach Pruf, and diatomaceous earth. Diatomaceous earth looks like dust. It is created by nature so it controls nature (insects) when man made chemicals fail. For fleas - always wait a bit then use a product specifically designed to interrupt the life cycle of fleas. Flea foggers delay flea eggs from hatching. Because flea eggs are delayed from hatching, the new fleas die. Then wait a bit and treat the areas again. Always vaccum after treating for fleas. Immediately empty vaccum cleaner into a new trash bag and tie it tightly so fleas and eggs cannot get out. Try to empty vaccum cleaner outside or in bathtub. Immediately treat yard and wash bathtub. The goal is to break the cirvle of life. Roaches have a different life cycle. A dead roach will release its egg sac as it dies. When the timing is right - a lot of baby roaches hatch and can eat almost anything. Also roaches are bigger than fleas with millions of years of survival instinct. They know how to hide. This is what people are ecperiencing when they treat for roaches and the roaches dont die. Under-treating for roach infestations leads to resistant roaches. Stopping a roach infestation is a war. The concentrated fogger is only one battle. Think about it. The roaches that survive pass that survival trait to their offspring. This is why additional measures like gels, boric acid products, and diatomaceous earth products actually are best when applied first before treatment with the concentrated fogger. Roach run through the powder. One lady with a fully infested apartment refused to treat for roaches becsuse she worried her child would be poisoned. Hum - respiratory and asthsma triggered by roaches? Do you know that roaches transmit disease on their feet? Powders can be vaccumed. Another msn refused to use a fogger in a trailer home over run with fleas because his grandma had respiratory problems. Wonder what they thought grandma was breathing? You must open all cabinet doors. We remove all dishes and open boxes from cabinets. We remove all pets. We cover all aquariums and turn off pumps. These days we dont wait for an infestation to occur. We take preventative action. I keep this product on hand at all times. I used one today on a 10 x 16 newly built shed that was visited by creepy crawlies. I dont think so. Insects come from outside to the inside. If you do not feed them, they will die. Treat the outside too. If you live in an apartment, insist that the landlord treat the outside and other neighbors apartment. When we lived in an apartment, we made it unfriendly to roaches that tried to visit us. The concentrated fogger cannot do all the work for you. Insects have been around longer than humans. We can make other animals extinct but not fleas and roaches. Just in case you think rich people dont get fleas and roaches - think again. The can only has a small amount of liquid inside. The rest is a chemical air under strong pressure. The fog does not float well around corners. Consider corners when counting rooms. If you have a lot of stuff in your rooms, you may need morevthan one treatment. One treatment for exposed bugs then move stuff and treat the next round of hidden bugs. I have found that residual chemicals continue for several days. Please keep small children off the floor and dont let them put toys in their mouth that has fallen on the floor. Wash toys and bed linen before using again. I am unsure but i think this product kills dust mites - so wash bed linen. Use the fogging week as cleaning and refreshing tiime. Well - time to check on the shed. The product does not smell bad but dont be deceived. Fully ventilate rooms until that smell is gone.
Most helpful negative review
6 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Lousy
I used 4 raid concentrated deep reach fogger in my mobile home (14x64) after finding a few fleas ... well now we have even more!!!!!
Most helpful positive review
95 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Works when used as directed
Raid Concentrated Deep Reach Fogger works as advertised when used as directed. Some homes are deeply infested and may require additional treatments. What I learned from experience: Insect eggs are not killed by Raid Concentrated Deep Reach Fogger. Suggest using this product for controlling live insects then other products to manage resistant insects like gels, boric acid like Roach Pruf, and diatomaceous earth. Diatomaceous earth looks like dust. It is created by nature so it controls nature (insects) when man made chemicals fail. For fleas - always wait a bit then use a product specifically designed to interrupt the life cycle of fleas. Flea foggers delay flea eggs from hatching. Because flea eggs are delayed from hatching, the new fleas die. Then wait a bit and treat the areas again. Always vaccum after treating for fleas. Immediately empty vaccum cleaner into a new trash bag and tie it tightly so fleas and eggs cannot get out. Try to empty vaccum cleaner outside or in bathtub. Immediately treat yard and wash bathtub. The goal is to break the cirvle of life. Roaches have a different life cycle. A dead roach will release its egg sac as it dies. When the timing is right - a lot of baby roaches hatch and can eat almost anything. Also roaches are bigger than fleas with millions of years of survival instinct. They know how to hide. This is what people are ecperiencing when they treat for roaches and the roaches dont die. Under-treating for roach infestations leads to resistant roaches. Stopping a roach infestation is a war. The concentrated fogger is only one battle. Think about it. The roaches that survive pass that survival trait to their offspring. This is why additional measures like gels, boric acid products, and diatomaceous earth products actually are best when applied first before treatment with the concentrated fogger. Roach run through the powder. One lady with a fully infested apartment refused to treat for roaches becsuse she worried her child would be poisoned. Hum - respiratory and asthsma triggered by roaches? Do you know that roaches transmit disease on their feet? Powders can be vaccumed. Another msn refused to use a fogger in a trailer home over run with fleas because his grandma had respiratory problems. Wonder what they thought grandma was breathing? You must open all cabinet doors. We remove all dishes and open boxes from cabinets. We remove all pets. We cover all aquariums and turn off pumps. These days we dont wait for an infestation to occur. We take preventative action. I keep this product on hand at all times. I used one today on a 10 x 16 newly built shed that was visited by creepy crawlies. I dont think so. Insects come from outside to the inside. If you do not feed them, they will die. Treat the outside too. If you live in an apartment, insist that the landlord treat the outside and other neighbors apartment. When we lived in an apartment, we made it unfriendly to roaches that tried to visit us. The concentrated fogger cannot do all the work for you. Insects have been around longer than humans. We can make other animals extinct but not fleas and roaches. Just in case you think rich people dont get fleas and roaches - think again. The can only has a small amount of liquid inside. The rest is a chemical air under strong pressure. The fog does not float well around corners. Consider corners when counting rooms. If you have a lot of stuff in your rooms, you may need morevthan one treatment. One treatment for exposed bugs then move stuff and treat the next round of hidden bugs. I have found that residual chemicals continue for several days. Please keep small children off the floor and dont let them put toys in their mouth that has fallen on the floor. Wash toys and bed linen before using again. I am unsure but i think this product kills dust mites - so wash bed linen. Use the fogging week as cleaning and refreshing tiime. Well - time to check on the shed. The product does not smell bad but dont be deceived. Fully ventilate rooms until that smell is gone.
Most helpful negative review
6 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars
Lousy
I used 4 raid concentrated deep reach fogger in my mobile home (14x64) after finding a few fleas ... well now we have even more!!!!!
Raid Concentrated Deep Reach Fogger works as advertised when used as directed. Some homes are deeply infested and may require additional treatments. What I learned from experience: Insect eggs are not killed by Raid Concentrated Deep Reach Fogger. Suggest using this product for controlling live insects then other products to manage resistant insects like gels, boric acid like Roach Pruf, and diatomaceous earth. Diatomaceous earth looks like dust. It is created by nature so it controls nature (insects) when man made chemicals fail. For fleas - always wait a bit then use a product specifically designed to interrupt the life cycle of fleas. Flea foggers delay flea eggs from hatching. Because flea eggs are delayed from hatching, the new fleas die. Then wait a bit and treat the areas again. Always vaccum after treating for fleas. Immediately empty vaccum cleaner into a new trash bag and tie it tightly so fleas and eggs cannot get out. Try to empty vaccum cleaner outside or in bathtub. Immediately treat yard and wash bathtub. The goal is to break the cirvle of life. Roaches have a different life cycle. A dead roach will release its egg sac as it dies. When the timing is right - a lot of baby roaches hatch and can eat almost anything. Also roaches are bigger than fleas with millions of years of survival instinct. They know how to hide. This is what people are ecperiencing when they treat for roaches and the roaches dont die. Under-treating for roach infestations leads to resistant roaches. Stopping a roach infestation is a war. The concentrated fogger is only one battle. Think about it. The roaches that survive pass that survival trait to their offspring. This is why additional measures like gels, boric acid products, and diatomaceous earth products actually are best when applied first before treatment with the concentrated fogger. Roach run through the powder. One lady with a fully infested apartment refused to treat for roaches becsuse she worried her child would be poisoned. Hum - respiratory and asthsma triggered by roaches? Do you know that roaches transmit disease on their feet? Powders can be vaccumed. Another msn refused to use a fogger in a trailer home over run with fleas because his grandma had respiratory problems. Wonder what they thought grandma was breathing? You must open all cabinet doors. We remove all dishes and open boxes from cabinets. We remove all pets. We cover all aquariums and turn off pumps. These days we dont wait for an infestation to occur. We take preventative action. I keep this product on hand at all times. I used one today on a 10 x 16 newly built shed that was visited by creepy crawlies. I dont think so. Insects come from outside to the inside. If you do not feed them, they will die. Treat the outside too. If you live in an apartment, insist that the landlord treat the outside and other neighbors apartment. When we lived in an apartment, we made it unfriendly to roaches that tried to visit us. The concentrated fogger cannot do all the work for you. Insects have been around longer than humans. We can make other animals extinct but not fleas and roaches. Just in case you think rich people dont get fleas and roaches - think again. The can only has a small amount of liquid inside. The rest is a chemical air under strong pressure. The fog does not float well around corners. Consider corners when counting rooms. If you have a lot of stuff in your rooms, you may need morevthan one treatment. One treatment for exposed bugs then move stuff and treat the next round of hidden bugs. I have found that residual chemicals continue for several days. Please keep small children off the floor and dont let them put toys in their mouth that has fallen on the floor. Wash toys and bed linen before using again. I am unsure but i think this product kills dust mites - so wash bed linen. Use the fogging week as cleaning and refreshing tiime. Well - time to check on the shed. The product does not smell bad but dont be deceived. Fully ventilate rooms until that smell is gone.
I used 4 raid concentrated deep reach fogger in my mobile home (14x64) after finding a few fleas ... well now we have even more!!!!!

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Works when used as directed

Raid Concentrated Deep Reach Fogger works as advertised when used as directed. Some homes are deeply infested and may require additional treatments. What I learned from experience: Insect eggs are not killed by Raid Concentrated Deep Reach Fogger. Suggest using this product for controlling live insects then other products to manage resistant insects like gels, boric acid like Roach Pruf, and diatomaceous earth. Diatomaceous earth looks like dust. It is created by nature so it controls nature (insects) when man made chemicals fail. For fleas - always wait a bit then use a product specifically designed to interrupt the life cycle of fleas. Flea foggers delay flea eggs from hatching. Because flea eggs are delayed from hatching, the new fleas die. Then wait a bit and treat the areas again. Always vaccum after treating for fleas. Immediately empty vaccum cleaner into a new trash bag and tie it tightly so fleas and eggs cannot get out. Try to empty vaccum cleaner outside or in bathtub. Immediately treat yard and wash bathtub. The goal is to break the cirvle of life. Roaches have a different life cycle. A dead roach will release its egg sac as it dies. When the timing is right - a lot of baby roaches hatch and can eat almost anything. Also roaches are bigger than fleas with millions of years of survival instinct. They know how to hide. This is what people are ecperiencing when they treat for roaches and the roaches dont die. Under-treating for roach infestations leads to resistant roaches. Stopping a roach infestation is a war. The concentrated fogger is only one battle. Think about it. The roaches that survive pass that survival trait to their offspring. This is why additional measures like gels, boric acid products, and diatomaceous earth products actually are best when applied first before treatment with the concentrated fogger. Roach run through the powder. One lady with a fully infested apartment refused to treat for roaches becsuse she worried her child would be poisoned. Hum - respiratory and asthsma triggered by roaches? Do you know that roaches transmit disease on their feet? Powders can be vaccumed. Another msn refused to use a fogger in a trailer home over run with fleas because his grandma had respiratory problems. Wonder what they thought grandma was breathing? You must open all cabinet doors. We remove all dishes and open boxes from cabinets. We remove all pets. We cover all aquariums and turn off pumps. These days we dont wait for an infestation to occur. We take preventative action. I keep this product on hand at all times. I used one today on a 10 x 16 newly built shed that was visited by creepy crawlies. I dont think so. Insects come from outside to the inside. If you do not feed them, they will die. Treat the outside too. If you live in an apartment, insist that the landlord treat the outside and other neighbors apartment. When we lived in an apartment, we made it unfriendly to roaches that tried to visit us. The concentrated fogger cannot do all the work for you. Insects have been around longer than humans. We can make other animals extinct but not fleas and roaches. Just in case you think rich people dont get fleas and roaches - think again. The can only has a small amount of liquid inside. The rest is a chemical air under strong pressure. The fog does not float well around corners. Consider corners when counting rooms. If you have a lot of stuff in your rooms, you may need morevthan one treatment. One treatment for exposed bugs then move stuff and treat the next round of hidden bugs. I have found that residual chemicals continue for several days. Please keep small children off the floor and dont let them put toys in their mouth that has fallen on the floor. Wash toys and bed linen before using again. I am unsure but i think this product kills dust mites - so wash bed linen. Use the fogging week as cleaning and refreshing tiime. Well - time to check on the shed. The product does not smell bad but dont be deceived. Fully ventilate rooms until that smell is gone.

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Been using these for years. Results are amazing. Keeps insects gone for months. Use this inside the home and especially in outside storage and shop buildings. Simple and easy to control spiders and wasp in out buildings.

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Surprised it worked!

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Bought the foggers on the chance they might work. Price was good, so I wanted to try it. Seeing how small they were caused me some concern. Purchased two boxes of four as the house is 2,200 square feel. Set them out, left the house, came back 4.5 hours later, no more fleas. Long story but it starts with 25 cats living under an abandoned house on our block; when the house was fumigated, the fleas moved, my house was two away but got infested anyway. (Cats were adopted by many families, 2 put to sleep) Very pleased as well as surprised those little cans did the trick. There were a lot of fleas here & now there are not. Definitely would buy it again but hope I NEVER have to. Thanks.

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

This is the best

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My poor dogs had fleas, I would clean then and rid there bodies of them, then they would go out to use it, then BAM right back on them and in the house. My husband and I treated out lawns and other areas outside, and treated our pups again, and as an added feature we treated the inside of our house with this Raid bomb and no more inchy and scratchy pups. I am completely satisfied with this product, it truly surpassed my expectations. Thanks.

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Not great for fleas

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I read the reviews and chose this product due to the high ratings. We are in central Texas and maybe the fleas here are a bit different? I have been vacuuming daily for a month and treated the house 3 times with 4 of the 4-count boxes...and still have fleas! We picked up The Ultimate Flea Trap which,sadly, proves the fleas are still here!! See photo. We have treated the pets and exterior perimeter of the house as well. Pets have been kept outside while we work to control this infestation. We have seen lots of dead sow bugs, spiders, red ants, and some very lethargic scorpions have come out of the woodwork, only to be vacuumed up before they died or recovered. I contacted Raid and they pointed out there is a specific Flea FOGGER in a purple box. We will try that.

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by EdDawgJuly 15, 2010


1. Area needs to be closed up for at least 4 hours then vented for 30 minutes.
by lyingsaint
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2. approx. 3-4 hours , so taht the deffoger can be effective
by jfmorillo
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3. YOU WAIT 3TO 4 HOURS
by FOOY
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4. 4 hours, no exceptions
by PamMcD
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5. 3 hrs is more than enough but, I do it before a long shopping day and don't smell anything when i return many hours later.
by Mommie2Belle
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Last answer: September 14, 2010

by wesAugust 1, 2014


1. Avoid getting it on your clothes. If the fogger is far from your closet, you don't have to wash all your clothes, nor will they be stained. If you place the fogger very close to where you keep your clothes, they could potentially get stained or coated and would need washing or dry cleaning...depending on what type of clothing is affected.
by CJewel
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2. Wash your hands. Wash the clothes. Take a shower. Don't eat until after you're clean so you won't ingest the ingredients.
by fishnfool186
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3. If it gets on clothing wash immediately.
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Last answer: October 10, 2014

by margieFebruary 5, 2014


1. NO
by jimandsean
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2. No. There are other products that do and you can buy them over the counter, or online.
by CJewel
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3. It is not very effective on bed bugs. Raid also makes a Raid Max Bed Bug & Flea Killer (Walmart no. 550359652) that is more effective against these pests.
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Last answer: July 29, 2014

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