PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Compared to ordinary sprays that kill quickly and tend to “repel” insects, Alpine uses a “different” approach. First, its fast acting. Like immediate. But it won’t repel or chase insects; they don’t even know they’re about to die once treated.

ALPINE is a superb way to knock out pest “pockets” or nests quickly without chasing them!

Low odor and fast acting, the only limitation with Alpine is that its gone in a day. So unlike most products, it does not leave a residual. This means if pests are active the next day in this same area, you clearly “missed” the nest and need to treat again.

WHERE TO USE: Apply as a spot and/or crack and crevice and/or void treatment where pests harbor, nest, trail, run, and/or breed or hide. Treat voids or surfaces beneath cabinets, furniture, spaces between equipment, expansion joints, surfaces behind sinks, floor drains (to sewers), lockers, and water pipes. Exterior treatments around the listed areas are limited to spot and/or crack and crevice treatments where pests enter around doors, windows, eaves, attic vents and holes in exterior walls where utilities enter.

WHEN TO RETREAT:    As explained above, Alpine is fast acting (contact killer) and for this reason, you will see immediate results. But if pests return in a day or two, it means you treat again. This approach is aggressive and designed to allow the user complete results compared to traditional sprays that take days to work based on “residual”. And unlike “over the counter” products, this same approach is unique in that it will not chase insects around which typically happens when using regular fast acting sprays.


$40.00  (20 oz can)   (783550)
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September 12, 2019

George M. @ 9:56 am #


Awesome Product! The Alpine spray is absolutely exactly how nesting insects should be handled. It acts like a virus and is spreadable to the nest. A light misting over a line of ants ends the story. You just have to get used to spraying briefly and watching them continue on their way to make the whole group die away.

October 1, 2019

John C. @ 7:27 am #


THIS WORKS! My home shop bay doors are always open (no A/C) and mud daubers love it! They build nests in everything. But, when they get inside my power equipment and cause them not to operate, I am PO’ed!! Buy this spay, watch where they go, spray, and they’re done! No more taking equipment apart to remove the nest(s). You have to be proactive and spray before nest development to keep them out of your equipment. Spray into any openings where nests would impede the operation of your equipment. It goes on ‘dry’ and won’t effect components. The mud daubers were gone in one day! A little goes a long way.

November 25, 2019

Bonnie @ 11:42 pm #

Is this safe for pets? One of the cats keep bringing these beetles in the house to play with.

November 26, 2019
January 30, 2020

Debbie @ 1:02 pm #

Is this safe to spray on furniture and underside of furniture.

July 17, 2020

Kathy Haithcock @ 6:58 am #


Sprayed for springtails. I had my pest control company spray for spring tails that I had observed around the door an a window in my sunroom. Within 24 hours they were back. I ordered Alpine sprayed the whole sunroom area perimeter and outside deck area. The next day I observed 1 or 2 then no more. I plan to spray again to keep away. Alpine is great stuff!!!!!

July 19, 2020

Ralph Bennett @ 11:58 am #


This spray is working wonders. Since purchasing this and the traps I see less and less of those little critters. Glad I found these products. 5 stars for sure!

August 15, 2020

Farah Hayek @ 3:54 pm #


I’m very excited to find this company and purchase insect treatment materials which helped me better then two other companies that came to my house to treat the same problems.

December 24, 2020

Nancy Rollins @ 8:08 am #


Works great!

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