PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Lemon smelling agent designed to control malodor and insects down your drain. Use as needed during the week to control bad odor or insect activity.
WHERE TO USE IT: Drain lines from the kitchen sink, bathroom sink, showers, tubs and food disposals.
The following video shows just how easy it is to use:
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RATE OF APPLICATION: 2 ounces per gallon gallon of water and use 1/2 gallon per drain in the evening before you retire. Will control drain pests like flies, gnats, mites, moths, ants, crickets, springtails and more. Generally used in conjunction with NO SURVIVORS ENZ A BAC.
$50.00 (775296) 128 oz (2+ $46.00 ea)
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Comments on LEMON PLUS INSECTICIDE DOWN THE DRAIN TREATMENT 128 OZ
Heather @ 6:33 am
Would this hurt a drain pipe if left in there for a few days?
Tech Support @ 6:36 am
NO. If anything it will have a better chance to purge unwanted insects and smells from the system. There is nothing “corrosive” about this item so it poses no hazard to the drain pipes regardless of the material being used (copper, steel, pvc, etc.).
Heather @ 6:43 am
Thank you! How about the No Survivors….will that be OK in a drain for a few days?
Tech Support @ 6:47 am
No Survivors won’t “hurt” anything other than the organic matter and waste that might be present. Its not corrosive like acid, bleach, etc. so even if left for a few days will not impact drain lines.
Enz A Bac: www.bugspraycart.com/sanitizer/liquid/survivors-enz-a-bac-lemon-fresh
Larry @ 3:44 pm
Is this septic safe?
Tech Support @ 3:47 pm
It’s fine for use in septic systems as well as french drains, drains to city lines or sumps.
Andrew Blanchard @ 8:31 am
I bought this product to help with some issues I have been having with camel crickets. We bought a new house and noticed some Camel Crickets on floors in the evening or early morning. Pretty creepy. We have had the house spray inside and out by a professional so we have made a lot of progress but I wanted to clean out the drains as well. I used Pequa to clean the organic matter first and then used this product to further clean and kill any bugs that may be lingering. Really seems to be working. Probably not a bad thing to do with drains even if you are not having some bug issues. Good company. Quick and easy. They also provide some good videos on camel cricket treatment.
Lita @ 12:25 pm
We have cave (camel) crickets and i think they are coming from the sump pump. Would this product be safe for the sump pump and to sit in there till it drains out due to rain?
Tech Support @ 1:12 pm
This product was made specifically for use down drains and won’t hurt pvc, copper or other metal nor will it impact the pump, pump seals, hoses or housing of the pump. Remember, you’re only mixing 2-4 oz per of the material per gallon of water so essentially its water being applied with enough “insecticidal” action to kill off target pests like crickets, springtails, roaches and more. But it does this NOT being “corrosive” so no need to be concerned about letting it sit. In fact the longer it sits, the better results you’ll get.
Lita @ 10:36 am
Thank you! placing my order now! Can’t wait to get ride of these crickets!!!
Ryan @ 12:05 am
I have an infestation in my kitchen sink, front bathroom tub, and back bathroom sink.
In the sinks there’s these little tiny very narrow orange things. I think they baby roaches (I kill these things all the time). In the tub there were a couple “fuzzy spiders” but they had four legs. I always see them near the drain in the sink and tub so they have to be coming from inside the drain.
Do both of your products destroy most common drain insects including any eggs?
Tech Support @ 7:39 am
Our Lemon Air down the drain, mixed 2 oz per gallon and using 1/2 to 1 gallon per drain will control anything “hatched”. Plan on using it twice a week for two weeks and then after that once every week or two assuming the problem is gone.
The NO Survivors should be used once a week on any evening when you don’t use the Lemon Air. This should be used all summer to prevent anything from “growing” down the drain.
Lastly, the Lemon Air can be “wiped down” over the counter tops or used in a light spray bottle to control anything that might be living up top.
Amy A @ 9:25 am
Will this help with springtails coming up the drain? We have springtails for the first time and had the house treated by a pest control company and the outside we see a decrease of them however, I still find a few coming up the kitchen drain where the garbage disposal is and also the master bath sink. I have already purchased twice the No Survivors drain treatment and also that pt cy-kick and still have them come up.
Tech Support @ 7:13 am
The Cykick will not be nearly as effective as the Lemon Air. Remember, the Lemon Air is mixed with water and since you’ll be applying 1/2 gallon per drain, you’ll be filling the void they want to use so none can continue living.
Remember too that many springtails who came up probably relocated themselves to other parts of the countertops. For this reason taking some of the Lemon Air and using a sponge, wipe the countertops to insure none are nesting in locations or gaps by letting the treatment soak in. Lemon Air is perfectly safe for this, it breaks down in 10-20 minutes, and will seep into all the places they might be hiding. You can’t treat effectively with the Cykick in these areas.