Since Alpine PT Insecticide Aerosol is a contact kill, it contains no residual. It is non-repellent because the insects don’t know that there has been any insecticide sprayed in that area, so it won’t cause the insects to avoid the sprayed areas and look for other areas to invade.
Alpine PT Insecticide Aerosol is a contact kill (non-residual) insecticide for use as a crack and crevice, void, spot, or injection treatment for listed pests. PT 221L Residual Aerosol has a long residual (3-4 weeks) and is labeled to control a wide variety of insect pests including roaches. For more information on controlling roaches, please take a few moments to review our treatment article on How to Get Rid of Roaches for a successful eradication program. We would suggest the products in one of our Roach Control Kits.
Alpine PT Insecticide Aerosol comes out in a mist form.
No, Alpine PT Insecticide Aerosol is not specifically labeled for rat mites; it is only labeled for clover mites.
You do not state what you are treating for, for yes Alpine Pt Insecticide can be used inside for the majority of these uses. Draperies. floor junctions, crack and crevices, furniture (accept for sitting surfaces) can all be sprayed with this product. It is not however labeled for broadcast sprays over carpets and tile floors.
PT Alpine Flea and Bed Bug Aerosol would be the better option out of the two cans as it is labeled for bedbugs. If treating bedbugs, it is recommended to apply multiple products such as the ones offered in our Bedbug kits. Please take a few moments to review our treatment article and videos on a successful program.
Alpine PT Insecticide Aerosol does not include any information on application to plants on the product label, and is intended for use as a crack and crevice, void, spot, or injection treatment for the listed Insects. You can contact the manufacturer BASF directly with product questions at 1-800-526-1072, or via their website's contact page here.
Temprid Ready Spray Aerosol would be the best insecticide aerosol product to use as part of treatment program for German Roaches as it contains 2 active ingredients that will work in 2 modes of actions (contact and residual). One product alone is not going to eradicate German Roaches due to the size of the roach colonies and how fast they reproduce. Repeat treatments every 7-14 days using a combination of products are required for a successful treatment program.