The Nature-Cide Outdoor is 100% all natural insecticide, pesticide, and repellent made to kill and repel against any outdoor pests around the home perimeter, lawns, shrubs and bushes. It is designed to prevent any insects from returning to your property. It targets to repel snakes, rodents, and insects like bed bugs, cockroaches, ants, wasps, fleas, ticks, mosquitos and many others. It contains the active ingredient Cedar Oil and Cinnamon Oil. Nature-Cide Outdoors comes pre-mixed and ready to use. Only one spray in any problem area will fight and repel most pests. May be used daily. This product is non-staining, non-hazardous and non-flammable.
Insects: Ants, Bed bugs, Cockroaches, Fleas, Mosquitoes, Ticks, Wasps and others, Rodents and Snakes
For use in
Residential & Commercial - Outdoors
1. Shake well before using.
2. Spray liberally onto targeted areas.
3. Contact as many pests as possible with the spray.
4. Nature-Cide Outdoors will repel and cause them to migrate out of the area immediately after treatment.
5. Repeat daily as necessary.
Nature-Cide can be used daily without any harm to most surfaces. However, always spray a small amount to test and confirm the surface is safe for treatment. The product is safe to use in gardens, but be sure to wash produce thoroughly before consumption. Also safe to use in patio, furniture, or anywhere around pest infestations. To store, put in a cool dry area out of reach of children. Be sure to dispose bottle, do not reuse or refill this container.
This product works really well. There are times when I want to eliminate pests (ie, a red fire ant colony) and other times where I just want pests to stay away. I bought this product in hopes that I could use it around the exterior of my home to discourage spiders, wasps and ants. When I first sprayed the perimeter of my home, a carpenter bee landed close to the still-wet spray and he did die. A few days later, another carpenter bee was bugging me while I was painting outdoors. I sprayed in the area but not close to the bee. He went away and didn't return. Since I've sprayed my homes perimeter, I'm just not seeing the same pests hanging out on my porch. So yes, "natural" stuff can be pretty effective!