Yes, Suspend Polyzone is labeled to be used when treating for fleas outdoors, Suspend Polyzone can be mixed at a ratio of .25oz-1.5oz per gallon of water depending on the severity of the infestation. Please read and follow the product label for further instruction on mixing and applying. See our Flea Treatment Guide for more information about eradicating flea infestations.
Suspend Polyzone is only for treating cracks and crevices inside, it cannot be used as a broadcast across floors. Tengard is an option that has the same active as Dragnet. For hard surfaces though you do not need to treat the entire floor. Treatment should be more directed to cracks and crevices on hardwood and tile floors as that is where the eggs and young would be. Please see our Flea Treatment Guide for more tips and information about treating this pest.
Suspend Polyzone and Suspend SC? share the same active ingredient but their formulations are very different. Suspend SC will only last for about 30 days outdoors (90 days indoors) while Suspend Polyzone has been tested and will last for 90 days outdoors. Suspend Polyzone has a unique poly coating over the particles of the product which protects it from weathering and makes the residual last longer. Suspend Polyzone was also designed to stay up on the surface of even very porous areas such as concrete or wood which makes the product more available to insects. Suspend SC and Suspend Polyzone cannot be applied to animals including dogs.
We do not recommend that you do the treatment of Suspend Polyzone, but rather have someone else spray for you just to stay on the side of caution during pregnancy. We recommend that you stay out of the treated area until it has completely dried and then it would be safe to return to.
Eye/Face Protection: Tightly fitting Safety Goggles
Hand Protection: Chemical resistant nitrile rubber gloves
Body Protection: Wear long-sleeved and long pants and shoes plus socks
Respiratory Protection: When respirators are rquired, select NIOSH approved equipment based on actual or potential airborne concentrations and in accordance with the appropriate regulatory standards and/or industry recommendations.
Once the Suspend Polyzone is dry, the residual is approximately 90 days outdoors. Rain and/or irrigation does not affect the product once it has dried, and does not become hazardous after rain.
We would recommend using Suspend Polyzone. This product features a proprietary polymer layer that protects the active ingredient from weather, irrigation and mechanical abrasion which is perfect for Florida weather. This will last approximately 90 days indoors and outdoors. Be sure to spray around the perimeter of your home, around windows and doors, etc. when treating outdoors. Indoors, you will spray around baseboards, cracks and crevices. The mixing ratio is 0.75 fl. oz. per gallon of water. Once the product has dried completely, it is safe for animals and children to return to the area. It is important to keep in mind that millipedes breed in moist, dark areas, so look for ways you can make the environment less conducive for these insects. See our General Pest Prevention Guide for information on how to use good sanitation and exclusion to eliminate these an other pests from your home.
Suspend Polyzone is not specifically labeled for clover mites. We would suggest applying Bifen IT. Bifen IT is labeled to treat for clover mites when used accordingly. Clover mites are barely smaller than a pinhead. You may notice clover mites as dark red moving specks which occur in large numbers. They are generally found crawling aroudn doors, windows, sidings, curtains, or furniture. Be sure to treat the ground at least 5-10 feet from the structure where you are seeing the clover mites.
Suspend Polyzone and Deltagard both contain the same active ingredient. Suspend Polyzone has a longer outdoor residual of 90 days due to the polymer technology. They both are labeled for mosquitoes.