By DoMyOwn staff
Temprid FX is a multi-purpose suspension concentrate insecticide that can be used both indoors and outside. Temprid FX can be used on a large variety of pests in many settings.
Temprid FX is a dual-active insecticide that is effective for up to 90 days, controls more than 50 insect pests, and requires a lower dilution rate, allowing you to get more product for less money.
The two active ingredients in Temprid FX are co-milled which results in pests being exposed to both active ingredients with every application for a quick knock down and long lasting residual control of hard to kill pests.
The FX in Temprid FX stands for flexibility, because the product can be used on a variety of pests in many applications, both indoors and outside.
To use Temprid FX, begin by shaking the concentrate well. Dilute the proper amount of Temprid with the appropriate amount of water in a hand pump tank sprayer.
For maintenance or preventative treatments, use 8 milliliters of Temprid per 1 gallon of water.
For severe infestations, longer lasting control, and faster knockdown of flying insects, use 16 milliliters of Temprid per 1 gallon of water.
1 gallon of diluted Temprid FX will treat 1,000 square feet.
For indoor use, pay special attention to the cracks and crevices around doors, windows, baseboards, pipes, behind and under large appliances, and under sinks.
After treating indoors, we highly recommend you treat outdoors, around the barrier of your home or structure, to create a powerful barrier against outdoor pests.
With a sprayer, apply Temprid FX from the base of the foundation up and out about 3 feet from the ground, spraying all ground cover around that area.
Spray from the base of the foundation up 3 feet on exterior surfaces.
Make sure to read all instructions and the entire label carefully to safely and effectively apply Temprid and keep pests away from your home.
For easier measuring and convenience, Temprid FX also comes in 8ml single-dose bottles.
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