InVade Bio Cleaner - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Mark from Cambridge Minnesota
    04/28/2017
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    I've just gotten rid of bats and now I need to clean up the waste they left behind, just wondering what would work the best for me. Which one of your products would work the best for me?
    I had a bat infestation in my attic and on a hot humid day I can smell it in the house. Would be using it on unsealed wood and insulation
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    InVade Bio Cleaner  would be a good product to use or you can also use Nisus DSV. Nisus DSV is an all-in-one solution with a powerful disinfectant that is highly effective against disease-causing bacteria. But it's also a sanitizer that can rid an area of germs and fungi that can cause sickness and mold. And it's a powerful virucide, capable of killing the viruses you've read about in todays headlines, as well as many others that you may not even be aware are stalking your home. 

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  • Asked by Ruth from Anaheim, Ca
    03/31/2015
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    Can InVade Bio Cleaner be used in toilets?
    I have drain flies and wonder if I can pour the cleaner down the drain
    A
    Yes, InVade Bio Cleaner can be used in toilets. Since you are dealing with Drain Flies, we recommend you use some glue boards, like the Trapper LTD Mouse/Insect glue boards, in a triangle shape over the drains overnight in order to determine which drain the infestation is coming from. If you determine that the drain flies are coming from a sink drain, you can also use Gentrol Aerosol IGR along with InVade Bio Cleaner.
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  • Asked by Becky from Cedar Park, Tx
    05/24/2018
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    What is the difference between Bio Drain and Bio Cleaner?
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    InVade Bio Drain Gel combines citrus oil and premium microbes in formulation thick enough to coat the insides of drains. It is not meant to be diluted. The InVade Bio Cleaner is a formulated cleaning agent that contains different actives and can be diluted for mopping, spraying, or foaming, or used in drains. Since the Bio Drain is a thicker formulation, it is better for drain treatments, but it does not have the versatility of the Bio Cleaner.

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  • Asked by Witalis007 from Pennsylvania
    04/14/2017
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    Can InVade Bio Cleaner be used in a fogger or a mist blower?
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    No, InVade Bio Cleaner should only be used in a hand pump sprayer, a foamer or mixed in a mop bucket, per the instructions on the product label

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  • Asked by Mike
    12/07/2014
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    How well does InVade Bio Cleaner eliminate odor?
    I am renovating an old house with horrible animal urine smell. I am afraid that the smell has permeated the wood frame of the house especially the open area from the basement rafters. Will your product eliminate the odors for good if it's applied by spray on the exposed wood?
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    InVade Bio Cleaner is a 4 in 1 cleaning agent that contains bacillus bacteria, surfactant and citrus oil. It can be used in manual spray applicators, power sprayers, hose-end sprayers, foamers, or mop applications.

    Bac-A-Zap is a very good product that is used to eliminate odors, urine and feces smells included. It can be used on walls, floors, carpets, wall voids, crawl spaces, basements, floor drains, refuse containers, dumpsters, garbage cans, bathrooms, and compost piles. Simply spray Bac-A-Zap on the affected area, and Bac-A-Zap continues to work for you until the job is done.

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  • Asked by Sharon from The Villages, Fl
    03/23/2017
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    Can I use Invade Bio cleaner in my kitchen disposal?
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    Yes, Invade Bio Cleaner can be used inside your garbage disposal. It is recommended that you warm the drain first with 1-2 gallons of water and apply the product around the edges to coat the drain. Typically, you will use about 4 fl oz of product. The amount can be adjusted depending on the drain size. Repeat every other day for the first week and 1-2 times a week as needed for maintenance.

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