Copaiba from Bakersfield, Ca writes
Cimexa Insecticide Dust can only be used in cracks and crevices where it won’t be easily disturbed or moved. Per the label:
When treating cabinetry areas, if there is no gap between the lower cabinets and the kickplate, then small holes can be drilled to access the voids. Escutcheon plates around pipes can also be pulled back to allow access to voids. The bottom drawers in kitchen and bathroom cabinets can be removed and dust applied into drawer wells. No dust should be left exposed when drawers are replaced. Electrical switch plate covers can be removed to allow access to voids, but dust shouldn’t be applied directly in electrical boxes If there are cracks between baseboards, cabinets, doorframes, hinges, counters or trim, and walls, these cracks can be lightly dusted with product. If practical, these areas can be sealed once insect problems have been eliminated, to help prevent future problems.
In order to help determine what the best option is for your needs we need to know what you’re treating for. You can contact us Monday – Friday, 9 am to 5 pm EST at 866-581-7378.
Answer last updated on: 06/27/2019