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Kills on contact Kills hidden bugs Deeper-reaching dry fog formula Leaves no mess; non-staining Neutralizes odors Each can treat up to 2,000 cu ft
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Will this product kill earwigs?

State: Virginia
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Yes, you can use it against earwigs.
State: Missouri
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Will this work on Springtails

State: California
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Redding
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No, it will not control springtails.
State: Missouri
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Does this work on No-see-um's?

Says it works on mosquitos, what about their nasty cousin the no-see-um??
State: California
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Sorry, it's not listed for control of no-see-ums.
State: Missouri
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Does the fogger kill moth larvae?

State: California
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Palm Desert
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No, it is not listed for control of moth larvae, although it will kill small flying moths.
State: Missouri
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I have garlic drying in my garage and forgot to remove it before activating the no mess fogger.

Will the garlic still be edible after peeling the skin off of it given more time for drying and airing out.
State: Alabama
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Male
City:Irvington
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Sorry, you should throw it out.
State: Missouri
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Is there any residue that remains on carpets, furniture and other surfaces that is toxic.

Is there a toxic residue left after treatment? How can this be safe for small children playing on the carpet and furniture after treatment?
State: Michigan
Age: 55 to 64
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Adrian
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No, there is no need to clean carpets, furniture or other surfaces after fogging (although doing so will not impede the peformance of the product). Items that your kids might put in their mouths, such as toys, should be removed before fogging.
State: Missouri
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Bedding Mattress and stuff

I have carpenter ants in my bed room and maybe through out my apartment. Since it is in my bed room what do I do about my Mattress, bedding, clothing in the closet and clothing in the drawers?
State: Montana
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If you fog and ventilate as directed on the packaging, you can reuse the treated area (and items in the treated area) as you would normally. If you would feel more comfortable, you could always cover your mattress and keep your drawers closed during treatment if those aren't problem areas. Washing your bedding after treatment won't affect the performance of the product, either.
State: Missouri
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This product, kill bed bags?

State: New York
Age: 25 to 34
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Queens
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No, it is not effective against bedbugs. We make a bedbug fogger, however: Hot Shot Bedbug & Flea Fogger (http://www.hotshot.com/Products-and...)
State: Missouri
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Will this product work on centipedes?

State: Kansas
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No, sorry, it's not listed for control of centipedes.
State: Missouri
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Will this product kill Brown Recluse and Black Widows?

I have a detached garage that we are about to demolish. It is infested with spiders of all sorts; namely black widows and brown recluse. Before we get started with tearing it down, we want to get rid of as many spiders as possible, in hopes that they don't find home in our home! Will it work to kill them? It is approximately 200 sq feet, how many cans should I use?
State: Alabama
Age: 25 to 34
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:Decatur
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Yes, you can use against brown recluse and black widow spiders. You should only need one can (which treats up to 2,000 cu ft).
State: Missouri
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I forgot to shake the can.

I forgot to shake the cans before setting off the foggers. Are the foggers effective without shaking? Or do I need to get more foggers and try again?
State: Arkansas
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It's possible that the propellant didn't work as effectively as usual to reach the entire room. If you're still noticing insects, you should try again.
State: Missouri
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Does this product have a growth inhibitor to deal with the larvae?

State: North Carolina
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No. Hot Shot Bedbug & Flea Fogger does, though. Just make sure the bug you're trying to kill is listed on the label: http://www.hotshot.com/Products-and...
State: Missouri
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Can I use more than one can in a room with 7,000 cu ft

My office is 58 x 16 x 8
State: New Mexico
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Expert
City:Santa Teresa
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Yes, you can use more than one fogger in large rooms.
State: Missouri
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will fogger set off smoke detector

State: Tennessee
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
City:Cleveland
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Yes, possibly. You should temporarily disconnect them before fogging.
State: Missouri
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Can I have the carpet professionally cleaned after fogging. Just don't want a chemical reaction .

State: Vermont
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Yes, you can clean the carpets.
State: Missouri
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what do i need to do if my wife left the air conditioner runnning dureing the fog treatment?

State: California
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You might need to re-fog -- the vapors from the fogger might not have stayed concentrated enough in your treatment area. If you continue to see bugs, fog again.
State: Missouri
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Can we stay in the downstairs area

if we seal the vents and doors upstairs really good thats where we will be using the fogger and open the windows downstairs will it be okay to stay inside? its a 5 bedroom house.
State: New York
City:argyle
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Most likely. But for safety's sake, we recommend leaving the home -- it's only for a couple of hours, and you can be sure that no one in your family will be exposed to any of the fog.
State: Missouri
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Does the No-Mess Fogger kill the different stages of the flea (ie: eggs)?

State: Pennsylvania
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No, but you can use Hot Shot Bedbug & Flea Fogger (the purple box) to kill fleas, flea larvae and flea eggs: http://www.hotshot.com/Products-and...
State: Missouri
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will it kill spider mites

have indoor garden have spider mites and white fly problem will this product kill them
State: Washington
Age: 35 to 44
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Beginner
City:marysvillew
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No, it won't kill spider mites. We recommend a garden insecticide, such as one of our Garden Safe brand products: http://www.gardensafe.com/Products-...
State: Missouri
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Do I have to remove house plants from the treated areas?

State: North Carolina
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No, you don't need to remove houseplants.
State: Missouri
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