Wasp Freeze Aerosol can be used safely around most electrical equipment. Per the product label, Wasp Freeze has a Dielectrical Breakdown of 47,400 volts. Wasp Freeze is designed for use as a rapid knockdown of insects including bees, wasps, hornets, and yellowjackets, and it has a jet propulsion so that it can spray up to 15 feet.
PT Wasp Freeze II Aerosol will kill yellow jackets on contact if sprayed directly. We recommend that you treat the nesting opening (early in the morning or late in the evening) with Tempo 1% Dust. Please take a few moments to read our article on how to get rid of them.
PT Wasp Freeze II Aerosol should be used when the dog is not present until dry. This aerosol is used for a quick knockdown of listed insects. It should not be applied as a broadcast on the lawn. The dog can return when the surfaces are completely dry, long enough for the water to dissipate (about an hour or so).
Yes, PT Wasp Freeze II Aerosol is labeled for hornets.
Wasp Freeze Aerosol is not labeled to be applied to edible veggies. We do not recommend to consume the vegetation. Wasp Freeze Aerosol does not leach into soil, but is still not labeled to be applied to edible vegetation.
PT Wasp Freeze is not an all-natural product, if that is your question. It is only a fast-acting contact kill, though, and does not leave residual insecticide once it dries. If you prefer an all-natural product for wasps, then we suggest EcoVia WH Stinging Insect Killer. Keep in mind that this product will not work quite as quickly as Wasp Freeze.
No, PT Wasp Freeze II Aerosol will not harm shrubs or any vegetation that it is sprayed around.
PT Wasp Freeze II can be sprayed on and around pine trees. You will want to keep the children out of the area while you are applying it and until it has dried.
PT Wasp Freeze II Aerosol is a contact kill product so it will not leave a residual to continue to target the wasps or prevent them from going to the tree.
Which product(s) you would use for wasp control is entirely dependent on where and how you are trying to treat for them. If you are looking for something to spray them as you see them flying around or where you have access to spray a whole nest hanging you could use a contact kill spray like Wasp Freeze. If you see they have a nest in a void of the home or in the ground that you can't spray directly, you would need to treat the entry point they are using with a dust like Delta Dust to allow them to take it back to rest of the population.