Bugspray Cart https://www.bugspraycart.com bugspray, repellents, traps, treatments, pest products, do your own pest control, quarterly treatments, foundation spraying, nuisance animal control, weed, odor, spray Tue, 21 May 2019 20:49:33 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.1 multi purpose insect spray https://www.bugspraycart.com/multi-purpose-insect-spray.html https://www.bugspraycart.com/multi-purpose-insect-spray.html?noamp=mobile#respond Sun, 08 Jul 2012 20:46:31 +0000 http://www.bugspraycart.com/?p=9987  

Hi,

Is this a concentrate that will mix up more than the amount in the bottle? Also, do you accept paypal? How many gallons will the product make? Also how often does one need to apply it? Thanks.

MULTIPURPOSE INSECT KILLER is an organic spray that you mix with water and spray with any standard PUMP SPRAYER. If you refer to it’s label, you can see more details but in general, one will mix 5 oz of it with 1 gallon of water. So the size we carry, which is 24 oz, will make almost 5 gallons of finished product.

Now since it’s organic, treatments won’t last long. Expect to get 3-7 days of residual but if  you need to apply it more frequently, you can.

Lastly, we gladly accept PayPal. You’ll see it as a payment option during checkout when using our cart.

Organic Insect Killer: www.bugspraycart.com/organic/liquid/multi-purpose-insect-killer-24-oz

Eliminator: www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/sprayers/eliminator-gallon-sprayer

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hand duster with small tip https://www.bugspraycart.com/hand-duster-with-small-tip.html https://www.bugspraycart.com/hand-duster-with-small-tip.html?noamp=mobile#respond Sat, 23 Jun 2012 14:15:50 +0000 http://www.bugspraycart.com/?p=9943  

Hi there :

Really find value in the videos you have on Youtube. Good job with them.

My question is regarding an unfortunate Carpenter Ant problem I have. I can hear them distinctly in the wall in my office and they can be so loud that I cannot concentrate.

I would like to find a duster with a small tip so I can inject dust into pre-drilled holes in the wall. I was hoping to keep the holes I drill into the wall 3/16″ of an inch or smaller.

I am aware of the Crusader and the Centro Bulb. The Crusader’s tip is about 1/4″ and I feel that is a bit too big for making holes in the wall and stud. The Centro Bulb has a Curved Tip on the end which I do not think would fit into the small holes I want to drill into the wall.

Do you have any thoughts on getting dusts into the Carpenter Ant nest in my wall studs?

Thanks for your time, David.

Both the CRUSADER and the CENTROBULB dusters have extension tubes which are wider than 3/16″. But the actual opening through these extensions is much smaller.

In fact, I just now measured the opening on my  Crusader and it’s about 1/16th of an inch or at most, just over it. Certainly less than 2/16th’s.

That means if you were to lay the tip flush over the holes you make, you should be able to direct the dust into the holes with little if any over spray of the DRIONE. And even if some did spill out sideways, it can easily be cleaned with nothing more than water and a paper towel.

I have actually used it to dust through very small holes so I know it can be done. But if you’re not comfortable trying, consider getting the drione in a can known as PT-230. This comes with a small tube straw that is smaller than 3/16th’s of an inch. This means you’ll be able to fit the tube easily into the holes you’re willing to make. So too treat, you’ll just have to slide the tube in the hole and press the actuator. PT-230 is ideally suited for small jobs but even in this case, if you know where the nest is located you should be able to get it covered with just one can.

Hand Duster: www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/crusader

Centro 14 oz: www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/dusters/centrobulb-14-oz-w12-ext

PT Tri-Die: www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/aerosol/pt-230-tri-die-8-oz

Drione:  https://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/dust/drione-dust

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how much permethrin to mix with water https://www.bugspraycart.com/how-much-permethrin-to-mix-with-water.html https://www.bugspraycart.com/how-much-permethrin-to-mix-with-water.html?noamp=mobile#respond Mon, 18 Jun 2012 16:10:52 +0000 http://www.bugspraycart.com/?p=9929  

Hello, would you please help me with how much PERMETHRIN 10 I should mix per gallon of water to use in a 62o8 fogger? Thanks.

If you review the Permethrin Label, you’ll see there is a wide range of mixture rates. In general, 2-4 oz will cover most any flying insect pest. So I would say to go with 2 oz per gallon if you’re doing a maintenance spray. This type of spray is what you’ll do whether you’re seeing insect pests or not. In other words, if you’re treating to make sure you don’t get any pests, using just 2 oz per gallon will be fine.

But if you have an active problem, 4 oz per gallon or even more is acceptable in order to get a quick knockdown of the targeted pest. Permethrin can be mixed stronger as the label shows as much as 6 oz can be used per gallon of water if needed.

Permethrin 10:  https://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/permethrin-10

FM 6208: www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/foggers/fogmaster-6208-trijet-120-v

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fogmaster 5330 tank size https://www.bugspraycart.com/fogmaster-5330-tank-size.html https://www.bugspraycart.com/fogmaster-5330-tank-size.html?noamp=mobile#respond Mon, 23 Apr 2012 21:12:26 +0000 http://www.bugspraycart.com/?p=9820  

How big is the reservoir of the Fogmaster Jr.? In other words, how much fluid does it hold?

It has a 32 oz (quart) tank making it ideal for small tasks.

Fogmaster Mini Fogger: www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/foggers/fogmaster-5330-120-volt

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rough and ready https://www.bugspraycart.com/rough-and-ready.html https://www.bugspraycart.com/rough-and-ready.html?noamp=mobile#comments Mon, 23 Apr 2012 11:11:38 +0000 http://www.bugspraycart.com/?p=9815 Is this product safe on all surfaces, carpet, drapes, furniture etc.? Thank you.

No. If you review the label located on the ROUGH’N READY product page, you’ll learn it’s only for non porous surfaces such as countertops, tiled floors, ceramic tiles, etc. So if you’re looking to reduce an odor problem on something “fabric” like carpet or drapes, go with the NNZ. It won’t promote or cause color changes and in fact is made for such application sites.

Rough’n Ready: www.bugspraycart.com/sanitizer/liquid/rough-and-ready

NNz:  https://www.bugspraycart.com/sanitizer/liquid/nnz-64-oz

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bug spray question https://www.bugspraycart.com/bug-spray-question.html https://www.bugspraycart.com/bug-spray-question.html?noamp=mobile#respond Mon, 19 Mar 2012 18:37:16 +0000 http://www.bugspraycart.com/?p=9667  

Hi,

I bought a FOGMASTER from you last year along with some VEGETABLES PLUS and EXCITER to control bugs and mosquitos. I’m in Virginia and we’ve had a VERY mild winter, which I fear will cause a bug-filled spring and summer. Do you have any suggestions as to what I should do now?

I live in a townhouse with a common area and a lake 100 feet from my back door and I have a large garden out there also. Or should I just begin regular treatments with the Veg Plus (2 parts) and Exciter (1 part)?

Thanks, Jim

We’re in GA and no doubt the bugs are out in full force! In fact I have already fogged and I suggest you do the same. The good thing about fogging now is that you can stay ahead of the problem which will allow you to use less product which will effectively allow you to save cost and time.

Now do you need to include the Exciter right now? Probably not unless you’re seeing bugs and want a fast kill. But if they’re barely active, the Vegetables Plus alone mixed 2 oz per gallon would be fine to start. Now if at any point you feel you need a longer residual (due to excessive rain or heat), move to 4-6 oz of the Vegetables Plus per gallon and/or add some Exciter. But to start, less will usually be fine. That’s what we call “maintenance”.

Vegetables Plus Perm: www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/veg-plus-10-perm

6 % Pyrethrin: www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/exciter-16-oz

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foam treatment for yellowjackets in wall https://www.bugspraycart.com/foam-treatment-for-yellowjackets-in-wall.html https://www.bugspraycart.com/foam-treatment-for-yellowjackets-in-wall.html?noamp=mobile#respond Tue, 13 Mar 2012 12:22:56 +0000 http://www.bugspraycart.com/?p=9587  

Hello,

A year ago we used a foam spray from you to use on honey bees that were in our walls. The foam killed them on contact and was dense enough that the bees couldn’t come out thru it. The last person to use the can threw it away so we don’t have the name of the product but it was white. When we call you no one seems to know what we used even though we bought it from you. I am hoping that someone there can tell me what we used so that we can buy more to use on the bees. It was a dense foam and had a straw applicator, in a small can. Please let me know what you have. Regards.

Had to have been PT TRI-DIE DUST. This is very similar to a dust we sell called Drione but in a can. It’s ideal for treating wall voids and other spaces where you can make a small opening through which the applicator straw can be inserted to direct the dust.

Tri Die comes out as a white, foamy type material and will stick to the surface where applied. It’s kind of like shaving cream but will dry hard and not be as fluffy. Tri Die is excellent for wall and ceiling void treatments when insects are hiding. This is especially true for pests like bees and wasps because the access hole needed to spray the Tri Die into the space need only be very small. In fact so small the bees or wasps won’t be able to come out and sting you.

PT Tri-Die: www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/aerosol/pt-230-tri-die-8-oz

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Drione and Tri-Die https://www.bugspraycart.com/drione-and-tri-die.html https://www.bugspraycart.com/drione-and-tri-die.html?noamp=mobile#respond Mon, 12 Mar 2012 03:27:08 +0000 http://www.bugspraycart.com/?p=9525  

Is drione dust the same thing as Tri Die? I show where I bought Drione dust from you as 1lb….but I have a 7lb bucket which says tri die…empty! I’m confused! The wasps are coming…..need to spray. Which is it? Thank you!

Sorry for the confusion but hopefully this will clear things up.

Originally we offered DRIONE DUST in both a 1 LB and 7 LB size. Then we found someone making it in a smaller 6 oz package and that size was added to our product list. Though it’s label does not say “Drione”, the ingredients are exactly the same.

Now we also have another product that is very close to Drione known as TRI-DIE. It has very similar components but in a less concentrated form. It comes standard packed in 5 lb pails, loose, much like Drione and I’m guessing that’s what you have. Of course, you state it’s a 7 lb tub which makes me think it’s the Drione 7 lb’er since these products only came packed as I explained above.

Lastly, Tri-Die also comes in an aerosol can making it ideal for small application needs since the aerosol form does not need any special applicator to apply the product like the loose dust.

Fast forward to present time… In recent years there has a been a series of problems getting all the components to make Drione and Tri-Die so not all sizes have been available at the same time for a few years. But for the time being, we are able to offer Drione in the 6 oz, 1 lb and 7 lb tubs which can be seen here:

Drione:  https://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/dust/drione-dust

As for the Tri-Die, it’s only available in the small 8 oz can with no expected arrival of the 5 lb tubs anytime soon. It can be seen here:

Tri-Die:  https://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/aerosol/pt-230-tri-die-8-oz

Hope this helps to clear up any confusion on this matter.

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nat problem in backyard https://www.bugspraycart.com/nat-problem-in-backyard.html https://www.bugspraycart.com/nat-problem-in-backyard.html?noamp=mobile#respond Tue, 06 Mar 2012 14:10:09 +0000 http://www.bugspraycart.com/?p=9324  

I live on Lake Monroe in southern Indiana. I have 1500 sq ft of deck . We have a heavy concentration of nats that I have been treating with a burgess fogger and Black Flag Pyrethrin product. I am considering using your mini fogger with a mixture of 6% Prethrin (16oz jar), Premethrin Super concentrate (qt) and Nylar (4 oz) and also using your Linalool Large candles. I have a couple of questions.

First, do I mix all this in water?

Also, the Premethrin concentrate comes in a couple of options; which do you recommend?

Thanks.

One of the big advantages of going from a “hot” fogger to a cold fogger is that you can now use nothing but water to mix up chemical. This will save you “cost wise” big time. It will also be more “environment” friendly. So to answer your question, you can use water whether you decide to spray or mist the products you want to get.

Second, the PERMETHRIN is available in what we call PERMETHRIN SFR which is a formulation that’s 3-4 times stronger than the traditional Permethrin 10%. Performance wise there isn’t any difference. But with the super concentrate, you’ll only need to mix 25% as much active. So instead of using 4 oz of Perm 10 you’d only need 1 oz of Perm SFR.

Here are direct links to the information and products listed above:

Permethrin 10:  https://www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/permethrin-10

Permethrin SFR: www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/perm-sfr

6 % Pyrethrin: www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/liquid/exciter-16-oz

Nylar: www.bugspraycart.com/insecticide/igr/igr-nylar

Fogmaster Mini Fogger: www.bugspraycart.com/equipment/foggers/fogmaster-5330-120-volt

Nats: www.bugspray.com/nats.html

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muskrat bait for trapping https://www.bugspraycart.com/muskrat-bait-for-trapping.html https://www.bugspraycart.com/muskrat-bait-for-trapping.html?noamp=mobile#respond Tue, 06 Mar 2012 13:29:33 +0000 http://www.bugspraycart.com/?p=9321  

Will you ship your muskrat bait to Ontario Canada?

We can. For United States billing, use the following link in our shopping cart:

MUSKRAT BAIT

For billing addresses outside the United States, use this link:

inter.bugspraycart.com/traps/lure/muskrat-bait

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