SureKill Total Release Aerosol

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SureKill Total Release Aerosol

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SureKill Total Release Aerosol is the way to quickly kill exposed of the pests in your house. As a total release fogger, SureKill Total Release Aerosol covers up to 6000 cubic feet of unobstructed area. Kills all variety of exposed insects, including beetles, ants, fleas, cockroaches, house flies, the list goes on and on. Just make sure to follow the instructions below for safe usage.

NOTE: Insects that hide in cracks and crevices will require additional treatment in the form of baits, insect growth regulators and/or crack and crevice sprays

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Esfenvalerate 0.1%, MGK 264 0.16%, Piperonyl butoxide 0.1%, Pyrethrins 0.05%
Target pests Ants, cockroaches, confused flour beetles, crickets, fleas, houseflies, mosquitoes, rice weevils, sawtoothed grain beetles, small flying moths, sow bugs, spiders and ticks.
For use in Indoor residential areas.
Pet safe Yes, if used as directed.
Coverage Area Up to 6000 cubic feet
Shipping Weight 0.65 lbs
Manufacturer Chem-Tech (Mfg. Number: 0111511)
UPC 045446001266
EPA Registration 1021-1635-47000


  • Before you Fog: In the home, exposed food should be covered or removed. All food preparation surfaces and utensils should be covered during treatment or thoroughly washed before use. Close outside doors and windows. Shut off fans, air conditioners, and ventilation equipment. Put out all flames, pilot lights and other ignition sources. Call your gas utility or management company if you need assistance. Remove pets and birds, cover and turn off fish aquariums before activating fogger. Place a chair, small table or stand in the center of the room to be treated and cover with newspaper. Cover wood floors and wood furniture in the immediate area around fogger with newspapers or a drop cloth. Open cabinets, cupboards, drawers, closets and doors in areas to be treated. Fill out and place hang-tag on the door to the treated are to alert family and others with access to the treated area not to enter for 2 hours.
  • TO START FOGGING: Point fogger away from face and eyes when releasing (container sprays straight up). To lock valve in open position for automatic discharge, press valve button down firmly, until it snaps into place. [Break off and remove tab on side of sprayer. Tilt sprayer away from face (container sprays straight up).] Then place the fogger on the stand or table in the center of the room. Vacate the treated house, individual apartment unit or other structure immediately. Do not remain in the area during treatment. Keep treated area closed for two (2) hours. Do not Re-enter for 2 hours
  • AIRING OUT: Wait two (2) hours after application, then open windows, vents and doors for two (2) hours. If an odor is still detectable, additional ventilation is required.
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    By Elder on 09/18/2020

    I thought I was ordering the spray but it was okay

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How long is the effect of spraying against houseflies?

How often (average) does one have to spray to get rid of a housefly problem?

The SureKill Total Release Aerosol will only kill what is out and exposed at the time the fogger is activated and will last until the fog dissipates. You may use the SureKill Total Release Aerosol as needed. Just be sure to leave the home for atleast 2 hours after use.

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How long should we stay out of the house after using SureKill Total Release Aerosol?

Per the product label for SureKill Total Release Aerosol, people and animals should be kept out of the treatment area until after application and ventilation. This will be a minimum of 4 hours after application since you will need to wait 2 hours after application to open windows, vents, and doors for 2 hours. If an odor is still detectable at that time, then additional ventilation would be required. Please be sure you read and follow all label instructions on foggers such as SureKill.

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Will SureKill Total Release Aerosol get rid of bed bugs?

No, it is not recommended to use SureKill Total Release Aerosol or any other type of fogger to treat for bed bugs.  When foggers are released they simply spray up into the air and then settle down onto surfaces.  They do not penetrate into the cracks and crevices where bedbugs actually hide.  Using a fogger for bedbugs could also irritate the bedbugs and force them deeper into cracks and crevices or into wall voids, making effective treatments much more difficult or even impossible.  Most foggers on the market are not recommended for bedbugs for these reasons.  In order to treat a bed bug infestation thoroughly, you must use multiple products and follow the appropriate guidelines for treating individual items such as clothes, shoes, electronics, etc.  We recommend using one of our bed bug control kits, which will come with all of the products you need to do an effective bed bug treatment.

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Does SureKill Total Release Aerosol get rid of birds?

I have pigeons in my attic I went to a do it yourself store and the woman there advised me to use it and said it would scare them out and kill the mites that they carry.


SureKill Total Release Aerosol is not labeled to treat for birds and we cannot advise using it for this purpose. Please take a look at our Bird Control page for other options. 

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Is SureKill Total Release Aerosol a propellant or non repellent? And does it work with German cockroaches?

SureKill Total Release Aerosol is considered more of a repellent insecticide only because it can be detected. Though it is a fogger only to kill on contact those insects out in the open at the time you use it and there is no residual.  It would not be recommended alone for roach infestations, only to use when you need to knockdown a high population out in the open.  

One of our roach control kits would be recommended for roach control. These professional kits includes non-staining, low odor concentrated insecticide for spraying the outside perimeter of the home and inside underneath appliances, behind cabinets, under toilets and sinks, etc. You'll also get Roach Bait Gel to help get rid of those roaches that like to hide. Baits can be applied up high in the kitchen in the corner of cabinets and in cracks and crevices in kitchens and bathrooms. The bait contains a slow-acting poison that attracts and kills feeding roaches, who also spread the bait to other roaches by contact or by sharing food. Finally, an Insect Growth Regulator is offered which will stop roaches from laying eggs, helping to halt the infestation. The combination of an IGR with roach bait is a highly effective roach control strategy that is widely used by pest control professionals. The insecticide must be applied with a 1 gallon pump sprayer.

Here is a link to a great article that really goes into depth in explaining a roach control program.

Here is a link to our roach control kits and sprays.


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