Temprid Ready To Spray is slightly repellent and does offer a quick knockdown to ants sprayed directly and when it is first applied. After a day or so it is vitually undetectable by ants and they are able to transfer from ant to ant.
Bedlam Insectide, Temprid Ready Spray and Phantom Aerosol are all labeled to be used on mattresses and box springs for bed bugs.
You are correct, Temprid Ready Spray is not labeled to be used in drains. However, we do have a product called EcoVia that can safely be used in drains and eliminates springtails. EcoVia EC is labeled for use and kills of a wide range of flying, crawling and sucking insects such as ants, cockroaches, springtails, spiders, fleas, bed bugs, flies, wasps, mosquitoes, ticks, brown marmorated stink bugs, kudzu bugs, white flies, aphids, and many more.
It is always recommended that pets and people not doing the treatment with Temprid Ready Spray be out of the area during treatment until dry. You can return to the area typically 30 minutes to 1 hour after application.
Both Temprid Ready Spray and Temprid SC liquid will leave a 90 day residual indoors for general maintenance applications.
Yes, Temprid Ready Spray is a great crack and crevice spray for treating along baseboards, around windows, behind appliances, under cabinets, etc.
Temprid Ready Spray is a great product and should do a good job towards helping you eradicate a roach infestation. We do also recommend that you use an insect growth regulator (IGR) along with a roach bait gel in addition to an insecticide spray for best results. Please take a look at our Roach Control Guide for more information on treating and preventing roaches.
Temprid Ready To Spray is slightly repellent and does offer a quick knockdown to ants sprayed directly and when it is first applied. This is helpful for ants in places where they pose an immediate issue and need to be removed quickly. After a day or so it is vitually undetectable and ants are killed more slowly allowing ants to travel over the treated areas where they will pick up the Temprid on their bodies and transfer it back to the nest and to the other ants, causing colony collapse. As long as you do not place bait on areas where the Temprid has been sprayed it will not interfere with the baits.
Unfortunately, the Temprid Ready Spray is not a foam. This product is water-based and non-irritating, so it can be used to spot treat areas like cracks and crevices, tufts, folds and seams of mattresses.
Temprid Ready Spray is labeled for ants, excluding fire ants.
We would recommend taking a look at the Rasberry / Carribean Crazy Ant Kit. It comes with everything you will need to do a complete treatment for crazy ants in the future.
Temprid Ready To Spray is a ready-to-use aerosol of Temprid FX that comes in a new and convenient can using Bag-on-Valve technology. The benefit of this is that the can completely empties, so product does not go to waste. However, the tradeoff is that the can must be shaken quite vigorously before and during the application in order for the can to continue spraying.
It is important for the bedbug eggs to be sprayed directly. The young nymphs will be eradicated by the dried residual of the product after it is applied. There is not a specific time. We recommend that you treat once a week for bedbug control until you have gone 30 days without bites. Below I have included a guide that offers some really helpful information including other products that will be great to use for treatment.