We advise to do any insecticide spray applications with the Equil Lambda 9.7 CS within the early morning or late evening during the cooling hours of the day so that the product can dry and settle into the area without affecting the chemicals in the product for the best result. You should avoid spraying in an area where the direct or overspray would contaminate the pool.
Equil is labeled for controlling bedbugs and will leave a residual that can last up to 10 days for bedbug control. We do not recommend that you use any product by itself for bedbug control as bedbugs can build resistance to products. Instead you should be using a dust insecticide and an aerosol with the Equil in a bedbug treatment plan. Please take a look at our bedbug kits as they contain the products we recommend for bedbug control.
Equil Lambda 9.7 CS is not a true repellent meant to keep bugs away, bugs cannot see but can detect it and it cannot be used in a thermal fogger. It is designed to provide a long residual to continue to kill insects that contact a treated surface.
Is labeled to treat midges. You want to mix at a rate of 12ML per gallon of water.
No, it is not necessary to vacuum the area that was sprayed with Equil Lambda. This will dry on its own and continue to kill pests indoors for approximately 90 days.