Homeowners should immediately address the pest problem before it’s too late and causes severe damage to your home.
One of the most common issues people notice when they’re dealing with a pest infestation is a collection of pest droppings in their home.
If the infestation has occurred on some parts of your house, it is best to treat it immediately with a fogger.
Total release foggers, also known as “bug bombs,” are pesticide products containing aerosol propellants that release their contents at once to fumigate an area.
What is Hot Shot Fogger with Odor Neutralizer?
The Hot Shot Fogger can kill pests and insects on contact and control heavy infestations. It can kill black carpet beetles, brown dog ticks, carpenter ants, crickets, earwigs, firebrats, fleas, gnats, houseflies, mosquitoes, palmetto bugs, pillbugs, rice weevils, roaches, sawtoothed grain beetles, silverfish, small flying moths, spiders, and waterbugs.
It creates a fine penetrating mist that reaches deep into cracks and crevices to kill the pests that you see and don’t see. It can keep on killing for up to two months.
The only downside with this fogger is it does not kill nor control bed bugs.
You can this in enclosed spaces such as apartments, attics, barns, basements, boat cabins, cabins, campers, crawl spaces, garages, homes, households, sheds, storage areas, and trailers.
The product comes in various sizes. There are 3 and 6 foggers with 2 oz content on each fogger.
Directions in Using Hot Shot Fogger with Odor Neutralizer
- 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 and cover and turn off air flow systems in aquariums. Remove or cover children’s and pet toys. Cover waxed wood floors and waxed wood furniture in the immediate area surrounding the fogger. You can use the newspaper to cover.
- Close outside doors and windows. Shut off fans and air conditioners and temporarily disconnect smoke alarms.
- Turn off all flames, pilot lights, ignition sources, and running electrical appliances that cycle off and on. Call your gas utility or management company if you need assistance.
- Do not use the fogger in a cabinet or under a counter or table.
To start fogging:
- Place a chair, table or stand in the center of the room to be fogged. Cover with several layers of newspaper or paper towels. Shake well before using. Tilt sprayer away from face (fogger sprays up).
- Press valve all the way down, hooking the catch. Do not inhale the spray mist. Set fogger on newspapers or paper towels and leave the premises immediately.
- Close doors and hang the “Fogger in Use” tag on the doorknob. Keep the treated area closed, and do not re-enter for at least two hours. Keeping treated area sealed for a longer period will enhance fogger performance. Vacate the treated house, individual apartment unit or other structure immediately.
- Open all doors and windows.
- Turn on the air conditioner and fans and allow the treated area to air out for two hours.
It is important to note that when treating fleas and ticks, clean and treat the pet sleeping areas. Treat the dogs and cats as well with flea and tick control products registered for use on pets before allowing them to re-enter the treated areas.
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Benefits of Using Hot Shot Fogger with Odor Neutralizer
Fogging uses disinfectant sprayed to create what looks like a fog in the room. It is effective in such a way that it can disinfect high levels of horizontal surfaces, hard to reach areas that are often missed or forgotten. It can also be effective at disinfecting vertical surfaces.
Hot Shot Fogger can treat up to 2,000 cu ft and can penetrate into cracks, crevices and carpet fibers to kill the hidden bugs and pests.
When used as directed, the odorless, non-staining dry fog will not harm drapes, upholstery, fabrics, carpeting, bedspreads, floor tiles, wood floors, linens, furniture, walls, clothing, ceilings, shades, or blinds. It won’t leave a wet and messy residue.
PRO TIP :
“Never use an excessive amount of fogger in a room since it may lead to a build-up of flammable vapors. Always read the label and find the coverage of the product.
FAQs for Hot Shot Fogger with Odor Neutralizer
What should I do if I inhale some of the vapors from the fogger?
Breathing fog can result in nose and throat irritation, difficulty in breathing, coughing, headaches, dizziness, vomiting, diarrhea, or allergic symptoms.
In case you inhaled some of the vapors from the fogger, you should immediately move to fresh air and seek medical attention if you have a severe or ongoing reaction.
How long does this fogger’s protection last?
Hot Shot Fogger can kill bugs and pests for up to two months. It creates an extremely fine, dry penetrating fog that stays airborne and reaches deep into cracks, crevices and under furniture and appliances to flush out and kill hidden bugs on contact. It kills both flying and crawling insects on contact and keeps killing for weeks.
Do I need to unplug appliances when using this fogger?
Yes, you need to unplug all appliances when using this fogger. Foggers are oil-based and the fog is flammable. It is important to make sure all ignition sources such pilot lights are out, and your main breaker is turned off. Call your gas utility or management company if you need assistance with your pilot lights.