4 oz Size Makes 4 Gallons
Indoor or Outdoor Use
Covers 4,000 Square Feet
Stop the Insect Cycle!
Get Rid of the Larvae of:
- Litter Beetles
It gives effective Long-Term control of Fleas, Roaches, Flies, Mosquitoes, Gnats, Crickets, Litter Beetles and Ants.
- It may be used on Furniture, Animal Quarters, Carpets, Kennels, Poultry Houses, Cat Living Quarters; LITERALLY, A-Z PLACES WHERE THIS CAN BE USED.
- There is an excellent Label Booklet enclosed with FULL DIRECTIONS FOR USE!
- Prevents reinfestation for MONTHS!
***Important*** Due to the solvent carrier that is used in the IGR, it can cause the product to be clear, light yellow or “pee” yellow per the manufacturer’s information.
The Double Barrel Approach:
If you combine this with MARTIN’S VIPER INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 4OZ which gets the adults, you will get LONG TERM CONTROL. YOU HAVE TO STOP THE CYCLE!!!
- 1 oz. of IGR
- 1 oz. of Viper
- 1 gallon of water
Frequently Asked Questions
According to Control Solutions, Viper will kill all types of roaches which I always believed it did. I am going to add that you should include the I. G. Regulator product which will take care of the eggs/larvae. An adulticide like Viper only kills adults. An insect growth regulator sterilizes the adults and kills the eggs/larvae. I like to add the 2 together to take care of all stages.
This product definitely works; however, to kill the eggs/larvae you have to add Martin’s I. G. Regulator to the Viper to stop the cycle. I also recommend to my customers that they rotate the insecticides they use so that the insects don’t become immune to them.
Using the products inside, it will last up to 4 months; however, outside, the chemicals effectiveness begins to break down in 30 days due to the sun’s rays.
You should see results within 24 hours.
No, to get any insect larvae you need an insect growth regulator, such as IGR. This not only kills the larvae, it sterilizes the adults so that they cannot produce anymore.
Immediately. When we sprayed this at the feed store, a roach could walk over the spray path, and turn over and die.
You will want to spray 2 products together, Viper & IGR so you will kill the adults and the eggs/larvae, so the cycle will stop!
If your house is large enough that you don’t smell the product and you don’t re-enter the rooms until the product has dried, you should be fine. This is my opinion as I have personally done this myself.
I would have to say yes, spray again. Apparently, the infestation was more than you thought. However, I do want to make sure you are treating everything.
Have you treated your yards as well? And if you have inside pets, have you treated them? Here is my blog post which will help explain more about getting rid of fleas in your environment.