Bonide Termite and Carpenter Ant Killer

Bonide Termite and Carpenter Ant Killer

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Product Overview

Bonide Termite and Carpenter Ant Killer kills listed pests on contact in and around structures. Use the attached Snorkel tube (crevice straw) to spray into cracks, crevices, nests, holes, and voids.

This is not a professional grade product.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient S-bioallethrin - 0.05% Deltamethrin - 0.02%
Target pests WOOD DESTROYING INSECTS: Carpenter Ants, Termites and Carpenter Bees

SURFACE INSECTS: Cockroaches (Including Adult and Immature Stages of Both Non-Resistant and Organophosphate and Carbamate Resistant Strains), Ants, Booklice, Boxelder Bugs, Centipedes, Crickets, Dermestids, Firebrats, Fleas, Palmetto Bugs, Silverfish, Sowbugs, Ticks, Waterbugs, Roaches, Ants, Ticks and Fleas (ON SURFACES), Spiders, Ground Beetles, Pillbugs, Scorpions, and Earwigs

PANTRY PESTS: Grain Beetles (Rusty, Merchant and Saw-Toothed), Flour Beetles (Red and Confused), Chocolate Moths, Cigarette Beetles, Clover Mites, Cluster Flies, Drugstore Beetles, Elmleaf Beetles, Rice Weevils, Lesser Grain Borers, Spider Beetles, Tobacco Moths, Carpet Beetles (Black, Furniture and Varied), and Webbing Cloth Moths
For use in Residential areas
Permitted areas: Apartments, Attics, Basements, Bathrooms, Carports, Clothes Storage, Condominiums, Decks, Garages, Kitchens, Patios, Porches, Storage areas, Utility rooms
* See label for complete list
Application * See label for complete application instructions
Pet safe Yes, when used as directed on label
*Remove pets, birds and cover fish aquariums before spraying
* Prevent re-entry of dogs and cats into treated area until spray deposits are dry
Shipping Weight 1.21 lbs
Manufacturer Bonide (Mfg. Number: 370)
UPC 037321003700
EPA Registration 1021-1701-4

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This is not a professional grade product.

Please review our Termite Control or Carpenter Ant Control page to learn more about controlling termites and protecting your home with professional grade products.

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Can I use Bonide Termite and Carpenter Ant Killer where pets walk? Will the dried residue absorb into my dogs feet?
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As long as you keep the animals out of the areas while treaing and until the Bonide Termite and Carpenter Ant Killer is dry, it will be safe for your pets. The dried residue will be bonded to the surface that you have sprayed and should not adhere to your dogs feet.

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Is it safe to use Bonide Termite and Carpenter Ant Killer in areas where food is stored?
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Bonide Termite and Carpenter Ant Killer can be applied to areas of storage such as pantries, etc. per the product label instructions. You will want to remove or cover any exposed food, cover food handling surfaces and utensils and wash them thoroughly after treatment with the product.

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Does Bonide Termite and Carpenter Ant Killer come in a bomb spray?
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Bonide Termite and Carpenter Ant Killer is not available as a fogger or “bomb” and that type of application would not be effective for carpenter ants or termite activity in wood as they only kill what is out in the open at the time you fog.  Please review our Termite Control or Carpenter Ant Control page to learn more about controlling termites and protecting your home with professional grade products.

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Can Bonide Termite and Carpenter Ant Killer be used on firewood and used after?
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Bonide Termite and Carpenter Ant Killer is not labeled nor recommended to be applied to firewood. Any insecticide should not be breathed in, and when burned these toxins can become airborne. It would be suggested to not burn the wood. 

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