VIPER CYPERMETHRIN

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VIPER CYPERMETHRIN

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:     Low odor concentrate which is mixed with water and has a broad inside and outside label. Works well for several pests and not only kills insects quickly but also repels them. Please note this product comes in many different sizes as listed here.

TARGET PESTS:     Most insects including Ants, Bees, Boxelder Bugs, Centipedes, Chiggers, Cockroaches, Crickets, Earwigs, Elm Leaf Beetles, Firebrats, Fleas, Flies, Kudzu Beetles, Ladybugs, Millipedes, Mosquitoes, Pillbugs, Silverfish, Sowbugs, Bees, Cockroaches, Scorpions, Spiders, Stinkbugs, Ticks, Wasps, Wood Infesting Beetles and just about any pest found on the outside of homes.

WHERE TO USE IT:    Outside or inside as needed.

RATE OF APPLICATION:   1 ounce to a gallon of water; 1 gallon of mixed solution can cover 500-1000 sq/ft of surface area depending on what you're treating. For porous surfaces like raw wood,  you'll only get 500 sq/ft per gallon. For painted surfaces, vinyl siding, etc., 1 gallon of mixed material can cover 1000 sq/ft.


PRODUCT DOCUMENTS:       SPECIMEN LABEL       MSDS SHEET


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$15.00  1 oz (455859)(CANNOT SHIP TO CA, CT or NY)(Free Standard Shipping)
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$50.00    8 oz (455865)(CANNOT SHIP TO CA, CT or NY)(Free Standard Shipping)
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$65.00  16 oz  SALE PRICE:  $54.50 (455861)(CANNOT SHIP TO CT or NY)(Free Standard Shipping)
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$90.00    32 oz (455229) (CANNOT SHIP TO CT or NY)
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$125.00     128 oz (455870)(CANNOT SHIP TO CT, CA or NY)
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$200.00     256 oz (455871)(CANNOT SHIP TO CT, CA or NY)
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May 9, 2014

Corrie @ 8:05 am #

I have three cats in the house; will this be safe for them to be around if I use it indoors? Also, my problem is with ladybugs. Is it more effective to use this outside, around my home, or inside around windows and doors?

June 17, 2014

tommie scalley @ 12:03 am #

Can I use Viper in an insecticide smoker? Would it be safe?

June 18, 2014

dan @ 6:06 am #

I have a 1 year old son and a small dog. Is this safe to use indoors and if so what areas?

Thanks!

July 12, 2014

Bill @ 8:26 pm #

Can this be used with a hose end sprayer such as the GILMOUR DIAL-A-MIX 499?

Thanks!
Bill

July 13, 2014
July 14, 2014

Chris @ 12:26 pm #

Hello,

Will this product work for killing Cicada killer Wasps?

August 17, 2014

Jeff @ 12:44 pm #

Will the Cypermethrin hurt my vinyl siding as in stain or discoloring it? My wife sprayed some bee's with a spray I get from work called CRC wasp and hornet killer and it stained my siding. Also, I'm having an issue with hornets under my deck. It's a little wet at times and they seem to love going into the mud. Is this product going to keep them away from area? I'm currently redirecting water away to get rid of the problem but just in case I can't keep it totally dry will this help?

August 21, 2014

Beth @ 4:58 am #

I'm looking for a way to keep the bald-faced hornets off of my balcony but one that won't hurt the hummingbirds that feed there. Is Viper-C a good product for this (spraying the railing, floor, etc.)? Currently using EcoSmart Organic Pest Control which I had on hand. It does repel them for a day or two but it doesn't last very long. I'm 3 stories up and have no idea where the nest is.

Thanks for any advice!

September 2, 2014

Michael @ 2:12 pm #

My son recently developed a severe and potentially deadly reaction to Wasps and Hornets. Will this product kill both of these? Also, I see that this product is used as a preventative measure which is what I am mainly looking for along common walkways, sitting areas, etc. around our property. I read the component breakdown of Cypermethrin and it seems that it breaks down very rapidly once dispensed, especially in soil (1 to 2 days). How is it considered preventative? My last question relates to other animals. We are on a farm that has chickens, goats etc., is this product safe for all these type animals?

Michael @ 2:45 pm #

@admin: Thank you for the quick response! I got the info about cypermethrin from Wikipedia. Although I may have been confused concerning the 1 to 2 days (I've looked at several options for this). It says that it breaks down quicker in sunlight etc. but does not give a time frame. I do see that bifenthria and essentria ic3 also seem to be potentially good at the use I am looking for. Can you give me your opinion on the best option? I am looking more for a repellent than a killer. Although killing is just fine. Include some links for the best product for me. Thanks!

March 30, 2015

Chris McNeil @ 10:13 am #

Purchased this just in case I have issues with carpenter bees later on. I've been dealing with these for 2 years and just now thought that I can spray their nests (sort of). Turns out their galleries should be dusted and corked first, then you can spray the fence posts with this pesticide, but I'd already had a local pest company spray my posts before this purchase. But rather than stain the posts right away (to hold in the pesticide), I decided to purchase additional pesticide (a concentrate) that I could spray on in a couple months. An alternative is to purchase a paint/stain additive that will inhibit the bees from boring new holes.

April 10, 2015

Mel Davenport @ 11:52 am #

I used this product mixed in a pump sprayer to treat the inside of my house for a sudden bug infestation (small roach looking insects). That was four days ago and I haven't seen any moving since I sprayed. It does, however, have a pretty strong odor that took about 4 or 5 hours to dissipate. I also used it in my old barn this morning to try and reduce the wasps and carpenter bees. It seems to have worked.

April 20, 2015

Michael Hoxter @ 3:40 pm #

Great product!

May 1, 2015

Robin Vasichek @ 11:13 am #

This product is amazing! I live in a cedar sided house and the carpenter bees were a big problem. I spray the house 3 or 4 times a year, depending on rain, and no more bees dive bombing you and no more holes in the siding. This even keeps the wood peckers away.

May 16, 2015

David Ludwig @ 4:25 pm #

Viper Really Works. I have been using the Viper and the bugs are dead usually in 24 hours. Using as directed, in the spring and fall, has kept my hone bug free for several years now. Living in a rural area where you'll find many different bugs is a must do in my case. Anyone that has a bug problem should do as I have. The service I have received from Bug Spray has been the best I have ever received when ordering and the shipping has been great. Dave Ludwig

May 20, 2015

Chau Tran @ 7:37 am #

Good. Works on stink bugs.

June 6, 2015

Lana Toews @ 6:16 pm #

Is Viper and Drione Dust safe around edible plants like Rhubarb? The earwigs and sowbugs are eating on the stalks. Thank you, Lana

June 7, 2015
June 30, 2015

Vivian Campbell @ 7:23 am #

Great product! Worked like a charm. Perfect size for the job that I needed it for. Came to me in record time. Instructions for use and well packed. Thank you and I will continue to do business with this company.

July 14, 2015

Barrett Hanson @ 5:46 am #

Spiders be gone! This is a very reliable product, quick action, low application odor that quickly fades. Very carpet friendly. I have never had an issue along a carpeted edge. Quick action and lasting effects. I would recommend this product.

August 30, 2015

Richard Nobile @ 4:02 pm #

Great product and a Great company! I have purchased from BugSpray.com for a number of years to rid my property of Cicada Killers. At one point a few years ago, they had taken over virtually all of my lawn. I went to Bug Spray .com, purchased the Viper, and Spreader Sticker, and have now almost eliminated them entirely. Their products worked much better than the insect service I had used to get rid of these pests!

September 5, 2015

David @ 11:08 am #

Hey. Can this product be applied with a pressure washer with a chemical injector?

September 29, 2015

Barbara Freeburg @ 8:04 am #

This does work well. What a relief!! So tired of being bombarded by stink bugs, and this gets rid of them. I would recommend this product to anyone who has a bug problem.

October 20, 2015

Bernard VanEaton @ 10:16 am #

Great product!

October 29, 2015

Karen Terrell @ 10:41 am #

Used this outside around the house & in basement. Worked well for camel crickets , spiders, and Beatles. Would recommend.

December 29, 2015

Frank Garner @ 8:28 am #

AWESOME! As you go On-Line today searching for an acceptable solution for the problem you are experiencing at the time, you ALWAYS wonder what will be the outcome. After I did my research, I placed an order…. WELL, this was a Bull's-eye. I cleaned my home in preparation of spray applications. Applied the product and within the week or so, I began to see a full reduction in the pest (Hister Beetles). I am convinced that the product works. Thank You. Today, they are almost gone and I have spray leftover.

March 14, 2016

Charles Zhe @ 9:13 pm #

Use: Carpenter Bee spray
Fast ship, great product. Excellent transaction.

March 27, 2016

Alexa @ 11:17 am #

Hi there. I was wondering if this is safe to use in a household with many reptiles (lizards) as pets? I've read that it can repel lizards by destroying their food source, but not sure if it would harm the lizards themselves if the product was used in the same room or in the house. Thanks!

April 16, 2016

Alexa @ 2:08 pm #

We have a wasp problem and they now live both inside and outside of our house, so looking for a product that would be safe for our pets (bird, dog, cat, and lizards).

April 17, 2016
April 20, 2016

Joyce Miltenberger @ 8:13 am #

It looks like it's working! This product, combined with the Drione dust, appears to be doing the job. We sprayed the whole exterior of the cabin this weekend after doing a complete exterior dusting last week. I usually find 10+ wasps in the Master bedroom every day. Today, 2 days later, I found zero. Zero! Finally it looks like we can stay in the cabin overnight. I found some stink bugs, but they were pretty much dead. Also see less activity outside with carpenter bees. They are awful this year in VA. I like it!

May 29, 2016

Shannon Thompson @ 6:37 pm #

Prompt delivery. Waiting for weather conditions to improve to use product.

June 1, 2016

Terry McClure @ 10:26 am #

Can this product be put on horses to keep the horse flies from biting them?

June 4, 2016

Lindy Carter @ 10:55 am #

Very good product. Easy to use and so far has worked as advertised.

June 6, 2016

Ronald Mizell @ 5:40 pm #

Super fast shipping ! Added to my favorites. Really good packaging. And above all friendly.

June 8, 2016

Ryan Morris @ 4:03 pm #

Hi,
I have wasps that are attracted to my children's wooden swing set/jungle gym. Is this a safe product for this type of application seeing that my youngest WILL put his hands in his mouth after touching the wood? Thank You for taking the time to read my comment.

June 9, 2016
June 8, 2016

Robin Vasichek @ 8:15 pm #

Works A-OK! This stuff works very well. Good packing and fast shipping too.

July 1, 2016

Cheryl S. @ 6:19 pm #

WOW'd – Great Stuff! OH MY!!! I am WOW'd by this product! I diluted it with water and put it in a pump-sprayer. I sprayed my entire house. (even though the wasps were only by my garage) I did it in the evening when the mud daubers are not active, and by the next day….I saw one wasp kinda look around and then he flew off…..I haven't seen them since. I was not expecting it to work soooo quickly, but it did. Now, I will do it again in 30 days whether I see more wasps or not, and then do it again 30 days later, I'm hoping I should be good till next spring. I combined 2 gal of water with 2 oz of viper cypermethrin into the pump sprayer. I put it on pretty heavy around garage area….and normally everwhere else. I have a fairly large house, so the nex! t treatment I will just do 1gal to 1oz. My recommendation is to start out with 1gal to 1oz and see if you need to mix more. Definitely buy this if you have a problem with Mudd dauber wasps.

August 1, 2016

Maureen Nichols @ 7:14 pm #

Finally!! I have had a problem with Cicada Killers in my backyard for about 5 years. This year I decided to try something new to get rid of them. I get up at the crack of dawn everyday, before the bees are moving about and spray this inside each new nest. I have had great success as there has been a female in each nest. Once I fill the hole, the bee crawls out and I stomp on it. Hoping for it it continue to work. Now, to find something to get rid of the males that are flying about.

August 5, 2016

Dave Kaufman @ 3:36 pm #

I could not trap the carpenter bees and after just 1 use they disappeared.

August 21, 2016

Karen @ 6:36 am #

Good product. This product worked really good. It took care of our cicada wasps.

August 23, 2016

richard @ 2:18 pm #

My hummingbirds can't feed at their feeders since honeybees found them. What can I use that will repel the bees without killing them but also not drive off the hummers? Thanks very much.
Richard

August 24, 2016
August 28, 2016

Rea Bohnsack @ 7:29 am #

This stuff is great. We use this every year along with spreader sticker for boxelder bugs. I watch so when they start to hatch I spray a couple times a day until I don't see any more. Its so nice not to have those pesky bugs all over the buildings. I recommend this to everybody.

September 18, 2016

Gary @ 5:22 am #

It's stink bug season. For several years we have been spraying a mix of dish detergent and water directly on bugs. It kills them but has no deterrent effect. Our goal is to prevent Fall swarming and late Fall nesting.

What is the best product and application? — Thx

September 27, 2016

Gaylord Smart @ 4:24 pm #

I've used Viper before in my home for German roaches and it broke their backs!! I've never seen anything like it!! I'm back in my home now so can I use it in a chest of drawers where clothing will be stored later? In kitchen cabinets, can goods, dishes, counter tops, etc?? How long should I wait before use after application?? Thanks!!

September 28, 2016
October 17, 2016

Earnest Klaus @ 10:03 am #

Looking for fire ant control, for about two acres, can this be used for this? We spot treat the mounds but with no real headway.

Abbie @ 12:24 pm #

Hi, I have major stink bug issues all over my front porch & really all over the side(s) of my house for that matter. Their driving me insane, they really come out on warm days. From what I've read they live under the vinyl siding. I want to buy the above spray. How do I spray to kill the ones that are living under the siding? Or should I just spray on warm days when their out? I have thousands and thousands of them.

Thanks you for your HELP!

October 20, 2016

Jola Harvel @ 8:17 am #

We had an infestation on our Black Locust of twig bores. We killed them with PT-Cykick. We're waiting until spring to spray the tree with this to keep the parent moths away and kill any eggs they lay.

November 30, 2016

Laminda Roberts @ 12:16 pm #

Hello, I have a major major major roach problem I have been calling bug man after bug man and they want too much to treat. I got some viper from a friend of mine. Bugs are dying, so how long do I need to wait before I can use my kitchen cabinets again? I just read about the gel, and honestly I have never seen them this bad before in my life. I sprayed so much that i left a puddle in places. So live ones will wall through it. I haven't done the bottom cabinets yet. So just needing a time frame to clean up dead bugs and put my dishes back.

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