SolaMist Pro Concentrate - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Denise from Dallas, Ga
    05/12/2015
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    What active ingredient in SolaMist Pro Concentrate eliminates insects & how does it do that?
    We have a small lake with a beach & patio area. Also we have honey bees that are attracted to that area. Will it harm them?
    A

    SolaMist Pro Concentrate active ingredients are:

    Cedar Oil - 42.5%, Sodium Laurel Sulfate - 19%, Peppermint Oil - 7.8%, Lemongrass Oil - 7.8%

    It will control Mosquitoes, spiders, gnats, wasps, ants, flies, and roaches among many other pest. SolaMist Pro Concentrate is safe to use in the lake environment, but may be toxic to honey bees that contact the solution.

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  • Asked by Ron from Montgomery Texas
    05/21/2018
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    Will SolaMist Pro Concentrate work in any misting system?
    A

    Per the manufacturer, SolaMist Pro Concentrate can be used in the  SolaMist Mosquito and Insect Misting System, as well as any other mosquito misting system.  

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  • Asked by Jessica from Fl
    04/06/2019
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    Is it okay to spray SolaMist Pro Concentrate on patio furniture and plants?
    A

    We recommend that you remove/cover any patio furniture or plants when treating with SolaMist Pro Concentrate.

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  • Asked by Elizabeth from West Hollywood
    06/07/2015
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    What is the active ingredient in SolaMist Pro Concentrate?
    A

    SolaMist Pro Concentrate now has cedar oil as the primary active ingredient. It also contains Sodium Laurel Sulfate - 19%, Peppermint Oil - 7.8%, and Lemongrass Oil - 7.8%.

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  • Asked by Darren from Tx
    06/15/2019
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    Is SolaMist Pro Concentrate safe for people?
    A

    SolaMist Pro Concentrate is a natural insecticide so it would be safe if applied in the system as directed.

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