I followed the instructions to a tee on this fogger. I shook it well and placed a generous amount of newspaper underneath the cans on the floor. Came home to air out the house and slipped on the floor from an oily residue that was left from the pyrethrin. The oily residue settled everywhere within a very large perimeter of where I placed the cans on the floor and even on my oriental rugs. I spent five hours mopping the floors. Also, had to use my carpet shmpooer to get the oil out of the carpet. Six hours later when I brought my dog home from my mom's house, he didn't want to come in from the residual odor. He hid his nose in his covers and kept coming out of his kennel to get away from the smell. I did see some dead moths, but it wasn't worth the aggravation of spending endless hours cleaning up the mess. I'm surprised no one else has mentioned the oily residue left after releasing the bomb. I definitely would not recommend.
Foggers in general will contain oils that are used as propellants to dispense the product, so it should be expected that an oily residue will be left behind. Also, foggers will only kill insects that are exposed at the time of use. For complete control of most types of moths, you will need to identify the source, whether that be stored food goods for pantry moths such as Indian Meal Moths, or animal fiber garments for clothing moths. The exact treatment will vary, depending on the particular pest. Please feel free to contact our Customer Service staff for assistance with treating your particular pest!
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