Yes, Cyper WSP is safe to use around pets if used as directed. Pets and people need to be kept out of the area during application but can safely return once everything has dried.
Cyper WSP is targeted to treat for cockroaches to be used indoors and outdoors mixing at 1-2 packets per gallons of water that will leave a residual for up to 3 months after applying. Please see our Roach Pest Guide for more tips and important information about how to Identify, Inspect, Treat, and Prevent Roach infestations.
Cyper WSP has the same active as the WP products Demon or Cyper it just comes in a water soluble packet instead of a loose powder for safety restrictions.
Cyper WSP does leave a white residual that is noticeable on darker surfaces.
Cyper WSP has the same active ingredient as Cyper WP. Cyper WSP comes in water-soluble packet formulation. The loose powder formulation of Cyper WP is no longer available due to safety restrictions.
Cyper WSP does have the potential to leave a white film on dark colored surfaces. If you wipe it away, you would be taking the product back up.
Yes, Cyper WSP would be great to use for brown recluse spiders. It is mixed at 2 packs per gallon of water (envelope contains 4 packs).
Yes, the Cyper WSP are water soluble. You will place 1-2 packets in a gallon of water.
Yes, Cyper WSP can be used for spiders.
There are no toxic products labeled for lizards, geckos or any reptiles or amphibians, and given the highly beneficial nature of these creatures there is not likely to be any products for them any time soon.The reason they are on your property is because they can find food and harborage. Take away their food and they will forage somewhere else. Take away the conditions they need for hiding and they will seek refuge someplace else.
You really have two options here:
1.Exclusion. Total exclusion can be hard to achieve particularly around the roof-line where there are going to be gaps that would be very hard to close off, but there also could be some obvious flaws such as broken vent screens, holes around cables, pipes or wires, or gaps under doors. All of these can easily be closed with brush strips, caulking, copper mesh (Stuf-fit), or some other suitable material. Exclusion is the best choice, because it is permanent, and eliminates or reduces the problem in the future too.
2.Outdoor habitat modification. In short get rid of the reasons lizards are there in the first place. They are there because they are finding the food they need to survive (insects) and a place to harbor. If you can eliminate either of these essentials, you can get rid of the lizards. Spray a good residual insecticide such asCyper WSP around the outside of your home to help cut down on the number of insects the lizards are eating. If lizards cannot find enough food they will either move on or starve. Eliminate as much clutter and debris around the outside of your home as possible to eliminate the places lizards like to hide. Rake back mulch or rocks at least 6 inches from the structure
If you need to get rid of the lizards that are already indoors the only options are catching them by hand or using glueboards placed in areas where the lizards travel.
Cyper WSP like any wettable powder insecticide cannot be used in any type of fogging equipment. It is only applied with a standard pump sprayer.
Cyper WSP can be mixed with an IGR. However, it should not be mixed with any other insecticides.
Cyper WSP would be mixed at the rate of 1-2 packets per gallon of water.
Cyper WSP works great on roaches that contact a treated surface. However, we highly encourage you to use an IGR (insect growth regulator) such as Gentrol Point Source to prevent roaches from reproducing which will lessen the time it takes to gain complete control. Also to use a roach bait. We have a great guide here on How to Treat for Roaches that might be helpful as well. We have put together kits that contain the most effective products to treat.