Hot Shot Fogger with Odor Neutralizer

Hot Shot Fogger with Odor Neutralizer

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No need to turn off pilot lights! Deeper reaching dry fog formula. Kills on contact! Kills hidden bugs! Non-staining. No oily residue. No lingering odor. Each can treats 2000 cubic feet. Approximately 15.5 ft x 16 ft x 8 ft ceiling. Deeper reaching dry fog technology. Odorless. No messy residue
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Active Ingredients: Tetrameter (0.20%), Cypermethrin (0.86%), Piperonyl Butoxide (0.50%), Other Ingredients: 98, 44%


Read entire label before use. It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Apply this product only as specified on this label. Do not use in commercial food-handling establishments, restaurants or other areas where food is commercially prepared. Before you fog: 1. Open cabinets, cupboards, drawers, closets and doors in area to be treated. 2. Remove or cover exposed foods, dishes, utensils, food-processing equipment and surfaces. Remove pets and birds; cover and turn off air flow systems in aquariums. Remove or cover children's and pet toys. 3. Close outside doors and windows. Shut off fans and air conditioners and temporarily shut off smoke alarms. To Start Fogging: 1. Shake well before using. Tilt sprayer away from face (fogger can sprays up). Press valve all the way down, hooking the catch. Do not inhale the spray mist. 2. Set can in center of room and leave premises immediately. 3. Keep treated area closed for at least two hours. Keeping area sealed for a longer period will enhance fogger performance. Airing Out: Before reoccupying the area, open all doors and windows, turn on air conditioner and fans and allow treated area to air out for 30 minutes. Turn on smoke alarms and aquariums. Note: When treating for fleas or ticks, clean and treat pet sleeping areas. Also treat dogs and cats with a flea and tick control product registered for use on pets before allowing them to enter the treated areas. Storage and Disposal: Storage: Store in cool, dry area away from heat or open flame. Disposal: Do not puncture or incinerate! If Empty: Place in trash or offer for recycling if available. If Partly Filled: Call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions.

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