Sara from Hays, Ab writes
I understand that you wait 4 hrs till its completely dry to be in contact, however I worry about my baby crawling on the grass after I've sprayed it. If you don't recommend using it on furniture or anything with prolonged skin contact, how can the grass be safe for my baby?
The Tempo is not Labeled for use on furniture and skin contact surfaces as this is not a tested area. It takes manufacturers millions of dollars to go through the testing and research to be approved to have "skin surface areas" on the label so most dont do it. Plus, you normally come into contact with bare skin on furniture in your home more than any other part so it lessens any adverse reaction since every persons body is different. Once the product has thoroughly dried on the grass, the solution at that point after being diluted and spread across the yard is only toxic enough to kill something the size of an insect. As long as you give the adequate wait time, your baby should be fine. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
Answer last updated on: 08/01/2013