ProZap Insect Guard will provide broad-spectrum control of flies, moths, mosquitoes, and a variety of other insects for up to four months. ProZap is formulated for indoor use and one 80 gram unit will treat 900 to 1,200 cubic square feet. To use, remove unit from packaging and place in the desired location. Make sure to place to strip away from windows and out of reach for children. Record the date of placement and at the end of four months replace the strip with a new one.
Controls flies, mosquitoes, gnats, moths, silverfish, roaches, spiders, beetles, earwigs and other flying and crawling insects as listed.
Garbage Cans, Trash Dumpsters:
For control of flies in garbage cans and dumpsters, attach appropriate sized strip inside can or dumpster. Keep lid on can and dumpster closed.
Controls flies, mosquitoes and gnats in horse barns, calf parlors, hog parlors, stables, poultry houses, tack rooms and dog kennels. Do Not Contaminate food, water or foodstuffs. DO NOTContaminate milk or milking equipment.
Bulk storage of raw grains such as: corn, soybeans, cocoa beans and peanuts. For control of stored product insects including Almond Moths, Cocoa Moths, Indian Meal Moths, and Mediterranean Flour Moths infesting non-perishable bulk-stored raw agricultural commodities. Calculate cubic feet of air space above the commodity to determine the number of 80 gram strips required for treatment. Treat in early Spring before moths begin to emerge. Replace strip when needed to prevent egg laying by moths. Hang strips so as not to impede air circulation. When multiple strips are required, distribute them uniformly over the treated space.
Attics, Garages, Sheds, Basements and Enclosed Crawl Spaces
DO NOT USE IN AREAS OF A HOME WHERE PEOPLE WILL BE PRESENT FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME.
Kills flies and other insects as listed for up to four (4) months. Remove from sealed bag and hang or stand, out of reach of children and pets, in an open space of an enclosed area, away from windows. One 80 gram strip* will treat 900 to 1200 cubic feet which is about equal to an average room 10 x 13 with an 8-foot ceiling for up to 4 months. In a larger room, if more than one strip is required, keep them at least 10 feet apart. Record the date of installation so that the old strip may be replaced with a new, fresh, full-strength strip at the end of the four-month period or when effectiveness diminishes.