The surfaces treated with the Talstar P (Talstar One) should be completely dry prior anyone returning to those areas. They should remain gone for a minimum of 2 hrs.
An insecticide like Talstar P would be a great option for you for all of these pests, along with many others. It is recommended to also use an insect growth regulator (IGR) like Archer IGR for fleas and ticks to stop them from reproducing. Both of these products can be applied with a hand pump sprayer. You may also want to look over our Pest Prevention Guide for more information.
Talstar P would be a good choice to use around the inside and outside of your home to eliminate centipedes. Indoors you can apply Talstar P to door frames, window frames, places where utilities enter into the structure, and any other place where the insects can gain entry. Outdoors you should apply the product to door frames, window frames, places where utilities enter into the structure, around the bottom of the foundation and out onto the ground directly around the foundation. You can also limit favorable conditions that the centipedes need to thrive.
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Talstar P (Talstar One) is an insecticide and will not affect snakes or toads.
Talstar will kill any wasp, bee, or hornet that comes into contact with a treated area. Keep in mind that this is not a contact kill product, so it can take up to 24 hours for an insect to die after contacting a treated surface. You can also use a product like Wasp Freeze as a contact kill. If you know where any of the nests are located, you can use Wasp Freeze to treat those directly as well. It is best to apply any insecticides in the early morning or evening when the wasps/bees/hornets are least active.
Talstar P would be best applied in the early morning or late evening and not during the heat of the day to prevent burning on the grass.
Talstar P should be used or discarded within 24 hours of mixing.