PEST RID EXEMPT LIQUID REPELLENT

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Pest Rid Gallons and Quarts
 

 

Pest Rid Gallons and Quarts

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Liquid that uses Federally Exempt actives making it not harmful and safe for use around the home and garden. It works by producing an odor and taste which is disagreeable to a wide variety of home and garden animal and insect pests including but not limited to: aphids, beetles, bats, chipmunks, crayfish, curly tails, deer, ducks, frogs, geese, iguanas, leaf chewers, lizards, marmots, mealy bugs, mice, newts, porcupines, psocids, rats, rabbits, raccoons, rock chucks, scorpions, skunk, spider mites, snails, snakes, squirrels, termites, thrips, toads, voles, white flies, wood chucks and more.

WHERE TO USE IT: Spray PEST-RID thoroughly in all areas where animal pests bask, feed, are seen or there is evidence of their presence such as droppings, claw marks or chewed plants. This includes areas around trees, shrubs, flowers, vegetables, walkways, docks, roof tiles, pool decks, or any place where control is desired. For ground dwelling pests, be sure to apply some PEST RID GRANULES first and then spray over the top with the Pest Rid spray for maximum protection.

In the home, Pest Rid can be sprayed into attics, crawl spaces and other non living spaces where you need to repel unwanted animals or insects. Renew monthly.

RATE OF APPLICATION:  For optimum results on wet areas like pool decks, docks, patios, seawalls, irrigated gardens, and other large areas, a heavier saturation may be required. Initially applying liberal amounts will be most effective. A second, light touch up spray is recommended 2-4 days after the initial liberal application to reinforce the message that pests are not welcome. Animals are creatures of habit and since the product is a safe, natural deterrent, it can take several days to a week until the pests get the message. Re application is recommended to be done weekly till they leave. Once gone, treat every 3 to 5 weeks to make them stay away depending on the severity of the infestation and amount of rain.

Quarts will cover 125 sq/ft; gallons will cover 500 sq/ft.

PRODUCT DOCUMENTS:       SPECIMEN LABEL       MSDS SHEET


$20.00   (455658) 32 oz (Quart w/Sprayer)(2+ $16.00 ea)
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$50.00   (455659) 128 oz  (2 or 3 Gallons; $45.00 ea)(4+ $40.00 ea)

SPRAYER NEEDED SUCH AS:   TRIGGER SPRAYER     QUART SPRAYER    1 GALLON SPRAYER
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April 1, 2014

Kenneth Trevathan @ 1:23 pm #

You state that Pest Rid spray and granules have a taste and odor that repels lizards (in my case skinks). Is this odor also repellant to humans? I don't want to have to live in a bad odor environment to chase these skinks off.

May 10, 2014

Sharon @ 10:43 pm #

I live in the panhandle of florida. We live near a farm pond. We have so many green frogs our white siding is a mess. They are most frustrating on the front porch. I cannot sit on the porch because the chairs and cushions are dirty. I do not have any porch lights on and keep blinds pulled where I have them. They love the shutters and gutters and shrubs. What do you recommend for me?

May 11, 2014
August 6, 2014

Lori @ 5:57 pm #

Is this safe to use around dogs?

October 6, 2014

Lisa @ 9:09 am #

WOW.. We bought the Pest Rid exempt 32 oz spray bottle to rid ourselves of tree frogs in our hunting blinds in the woods. Never have we seen a product work so fast! The frogs were actually racing out of the shooting house. Thank you for a great product that really does the job. We will be ordering more soon.
Sincerely , Lisa

October 9, 2014

ash @ 3:27 pm #

i live on the ground floor in an apt in SC – i have these green lizards and a black lizard ( which looks like a snake with legs !!! ) that are in my small covered blacony – what is the best and cheapest method of getting rid of them so that i can sit in my balcony?
Thanks

March 30, 2015

Rachel Macias @ 11:02 am #

I sprayed vinegar, lemon juice, set traps, used lizard repelling granules and got rid of their food source with a pesticide but this Pest Rid Spray worked the best….it smells pretty strong but the scent does fade and there will be no more reptiles in site! Highly recommend! Thank you!

May 2, 2015

James Poddany @ 4:28 pm #

Haven't had the toads chirping since applying.

June 8, 2015

Kenneth Goodkin @ 5:15 pm #

Great! I have not seen a gecko near my door since I used this spray. This product is great.

July 8, 2015

James Holewka @ 7:55 am #

Frogs! Squirrels! Our neighbor has a abandoned pool which has led to heavy frog activity. This year they started to take over our yard too! Hundreds of them big and small. Bought both the dry pellets and spray and treated the mulch surrounding our back yard. That night the frogs are gone! It's been two weeks so far still no frogs. We also have squirrels or a really big frog digging up our mulch, with this product they have seemed to stop also. Now the mulch in the front is being dug up, gotta order more! Very pleased with product and results!

July 30, 2015

Richard Wade @ 1:29 pm #

This stuff worked great the first day. Chased 3 frogs away. Still working after 2-3 weeks. The frogs were making a mess in two corners of my outdoor cabana every night. Since spraying there is no mess anywhere. Only issue is the nozzle provided with the quart size. The "stream" and "spray" openings both worked about the same as a spray.

December 11, 2015

Larry Scott @ 7:17 pm #

Will this spray product stop mice and other rodents from chewing electrical wiring in my cars, trucks, and farm equipment?

December 12, 2015
February 20, 2016

JOHN PRESCOTT @ 5:54 am #

CAN I USE THIS PRODUCT TO CONTROL THRIPS IN PEPPER PLANTS?

July 11, 2016

Shannon Parker @ 2:48 pm #

Really works! It's been two weeks and I only seen one toad after a heavy night of rain and it did not stay. I have almost 3 acres and used it around my home and walk way. Before using pest rid I had many holes and in my fenced area and toad around my home and walk way. I was worried about my dog getting a hold of one. I was doing salt, coffee grounds, rocks in holes and would of done a toad dance if I thought it would get rid of them. I am so amazed how fast and long Pest Rid has worked. I will be using it again in another week and if it keeps the toads away again and for a longer time, I will order more. Right now this is the only product that has worked.

August 21, 2016

Jim Melloy @ 6:46 am #

Fantastic! I have had a frog problem next to my pond for years. They would make so much noise, many of my neighbors couldn't sleep. I had to wear earplugs every night. Just after one use, the frogs were gone. I had at least a dozen frogs. They loved my pond to lay their eggs – thousands of them. Please advertise this product more! There are many people begging for this product. I was one of them. My recommendation; Buy it, you will not be sorry. I can't give this product any higher praise!

September 29, 2016

Terry Molnar @ 11:17 am #

Poof! No more pesky tree frogs! We built a waterfall in our backyard in order to enhance our experience hanging out there. Then along came a swarm to tree frogs to ruin it all for us. They croaked, hollered, chattered, howled and generally carried on a racket from early evening until early morning. Every night. All through the spring and summer. We ended up retreating into the house and shutting all the windows. Even then, we could hear them.

We also scoured the internet looking for solutions. We found a lot of suggestions, many unusable and none effective for us. Then we discovered Pest Rid Exempt. One spray, half the bottle, and they were gone the next night and haven't returned. The treatment was quick and easy, taking less than a half hour to mix and spray. What a relief!

October 21, 2016

Marcia Reese @ 10:59 am #

It works! It does take a few days to work but it is working now and I am celebrating no more skinks!

May 16, 2017

Matt @ 7:59 pm #

Will this stain my siding?

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