If you have a bug problem in your home or business an effective pest control product is essential. Often the most effective solution is a bug spray. Here are some of the types of bug sprays and how to apply them.
An insecticide is any liquid or semi-permeable material sprayed to repel insects or deter them from land or rising on that surface. There are three basic types of insecticides – water-based, oil-based, and organic (such as eucalyptus, marigold, peppermint, and citrus). These categories are differentiated by how they affect the insects and how fast they work – oil-based sprays quickly repel bugs while taking longer to cause noticeable damage and water-based sprays can be left on the surface to allow the water to evaporate.
A bug killer is a liquid or semi-permeable substance that gets rid of or controls bugs and other pests by using chemical agents. Effective bug killers repel insects while also deterring them from coming back, killing them, or hurting people or pets. It can kill mosquitoes and fleas, for example.
A natural remedy for garden bug problems is also a great solution. Tea tree oil, Castor oil, and lavender oil have proven anti-bug powers. They don’t get rid of bugs like the commercial products do; they simply offer a pleasant smell to the air and cover up the stink. These oils are safe to use around children and pets, so you don’t have to worry about causing an allergy scare.
Of course, the safest and most natural way to get rid of bugs is to destroy them outright. Bug killers kill only the insects upon contact, but insects are sneaky little things – they crawl, and they crawl fast. That means that the bug killer will kill thousands upon thousands of bugs instantly! The insect population will not be able to build up again for quite some time. You may not even be able to tell it’s dying until you get a whiff of the residual chemicals stinking up your living space.
So, what if you’re tired of exterminating those bugs? Get a few bottles of max insect killer, spray down your furniture, windows, counter tops, appliances, flooring, and everything else the bugs love to crawl, and crawl on. Use an air hose to get rid of as much of them as you can. Your home won’t smell like bugs anymore and neither will your pets, if you follow these simple steps. After a few days, your home will be bug free.