Transport GHP Insecticide is a non-repellent insecticide.
Transport GHP is also an product in the fight against bed bugs and has shown amazing results, but it should not be the only product used. You can find full product information by clicking here.
The Bedbug Commercial Kit was made specifically with hotels in mind. Rooms infested with bedbugs must be treated every 7-10 days until the infestation has been eliminated. Thoroughness will help speed up the process. Everyone needs to be out of the room while the products are being applied. They can return to the room as soon as everything is dry which usually takes 1-2 hours
The time frame it takes for an insecticide such as Transport GHP Insecticide to kill a bed bug depends on what stage of life they are currently in. This is a residual product so it will not kill on contact. Generally, it will take anywhere from a couple of days to a week to kill them. Be sure to do treatments every 10-14 days until you do not see activity for 30 days.
Transport GHP Insecticide is labeled for fleas. You will use 1 packet (0.3 oz.) per gallon of water per 1,000 sq. ft. Indoors you want to apply to areas where pests hide, such as baseboards, corners, storage areas, closets, around water pipes, doors and windows, attics and eaves, behind and under refrigerators, dishwashers, cabinets, sinks, furnaces, stoves, the underside of shelves, drawers and similar areas and other possible pest harborage sites. Do not use as a space spray. Pay particular attention to cracks and crevices. Do not apply as a broadcast spray indoors. This product can also be used as a perimeter spray on and around outside surfaces and structures including, exterior siding, foundations, porches, window frames, eaves, patios, garages, areas adjacent or around private homes etc. Also, please look at our Flea Control Guide to point you in the direction of other products you may need for flea control.
Transport GHP Insecticide has a shelf life of 3-5 years when undiluted and stored in a cool, dry area away from sunlight. Once diluted, the finished solution should be used within 24 hours.
Per the Transport GHP Insecticide label: Do not apply as a broadcast spray indoors. We cannot comment on or recommend it be used in an off label way as the label is law. When doing an indoor application this will be applied to the cracks and crevices. Onslaught Insecticide is labeled for fleas and can be used both indoors and outdoors as a broadcast spray.
Transport GHP Insecticide will leave a residual that will kill those that contact a treated area, those sprayed directly will die faster. It is important to remember that Transport does not give an immediate knockdown but instead works over a period of several hours to kill spiders that have come into contact with the product. It will also help to get rid of the insects that spiders feed on and that will help to stop new spiders from moving in. Indoors, spray around all baseboards, door frames, window frames, under appliances, in closets and storage rooms and in areas where utilities enter into the structure. Outdoors you should spray around the bottom of the foundation, on the ground adjacent to the foundation, door frames, window frames and places where the utilities enter into the structure. Brown recluse spiders are a bit trickier to eliminate because they often stay hidden in areas where people do not or cannot spray. We recommend that in addition to the Transport, you also use glueboards in areas where spraying would not be appropriate and to help monitor the infestation (cabinets, closets, under furniture, storage areas)
No, Transport GHP Insecticide jars have no seal inside. To open the jar, you have to press the sides of the top to allow two tabs to clear.
Yes, Transport GHP Insecticide can be used in California.
Transport GHP Insecticide does not have a transfer effect and would not be the best for termites because of this. Termidor SC is the top non repellent product to use for termites and will help to eliminate the entire colony of subterranean termites when applied in a trench or spot treating an active infestation.