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using at Apartments
By Jason on 01/20/2015
it's me, Jason, again. I've been spraying Bio Zap weekly on grease spillage by the BBQ's and on areas where birds poop regularly, and other random spills/stains. The bird poo clears up surprisingly quick, the grease may be slower, or maybe just more messy people are there... Other plant & food stains & spills disappear with a few treatments. Those old gum does not; but I tried scraping it first this week so we'll see if it can eat that. I do want to know which is better/stronger - Bio Zap, Bio Cleaner, Bio Drain, or Bio Remediation. They all have very similar descriptions. I want to order something to spray in our dumpsters.....
Thank you for your comments! BioZap is a ready-to-use version of the InVade products, so it is most convenient for your spot treatments. BioZap can be used in garbage cans, just keep in mind that it is ready-to-use. You may want to consider the InVade Bio Cleaner for use in larger dumpsters or similar areas: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/invade-bio-cleaner-p-10138.html. The Bio Cleaner is a concentrated formula, so it is a versatile product that you can dilute it with water for mopping, spraying, foaming, or drain treatments. InVade BioDrain is a thicker formulation made especially for treating drains, while InVade BioRemediation is an extremely concentrated formula primarily used for grease trap maintenance or slow drains.
cleared out a dead skunk
By Jason on 06/25/2014
sadly, a skunk died under the shrubbery next to my house. Double bad smell!! I poured a liberal amount of Bio Zap all over it 2 days in a row, and by the next week it was gone.
Odor Problen Solution
By Michael on 11/11/2014
This will tackle some of your worst Odor control problems.
Biozap worked as advertised!
By Chris on 05/19/2016
price is good, easy to spray and smells pretty good. we had a moderate rat problem in our attic crawl spaces with a lot of old rat poop, urine staining and grease trails and the associated smells. we vacuumed up all the poop then I sprayed the heck out of the crawl space. next day the smell was neutralized!