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PT Alpine Flea and Bed Bug Aerosol previously known as Alpine Flea Insecticide Aerosol with IGR is the newest flea control from the Alpine line of products. PT Alpine is made with dinotefuran which was granted a reduced risk status from the EPA. This means that PT Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR is one of the safest products you can have in your home for flea control. The powerful ingredient in PT Alpine flea insecticide, dinotefuran, provides 30 days of control for adults fleas, and since Alpine flea insecticide contains an IGR, it also provides up to 7 months of control on hatching eggs. When treating a flea infestation in the home, vacuuming is a crucial part of treatment. All flooring should be thoroughly vacuumed before treatment as well as the days following your first application. A second treatment and more vacuuming should be done exactly 14 days after the first treatment for best results. For bad flea infestations, treatment may need to extend to 4 or more treatments. All pets and outdoor areas should be treated as well.
|Active Ingredient:||Dinotefuran - .25%
Pyriproxyfen - .10%
Prallethrin - .05%
|Target pests:||Fleas - adult fleas and immature fleas, Bedbugs|
|For use in:||Apartments, Commercial Structures, Homes, Hotels, Kennels, Motels and Veterinary Clinics|
|Application:||* See label for complete application instructions|
|Pet safe:||Yes, if used as directed on label|
|Coverage Area:||Will treat up to 2,625 sq. ft.|
|Shipping Weight:||1.61 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||BASF (Mfg. Number: 59012565)|
How Alpine Flea Insecticide Works
PT Alpine Flea and Bed Bug Aerosol previously known as Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR Aerosol has the combined convenience of adulticide and insect growth regulator in one product for complete flea control. The active ingredient dinotefuran is a newer active ingredient in the class of insecticides called neonicotinoids, disrupting the insects’ nervous system and causing paralysis and death. Products with dinotefuran, such as the PT Alpine line, are granted an official “Reduced Risk” status by the EPA. The dinotefuran provides up to 30 days of control for adult fleas, and the insect growth regulator inhibits the development of younger stages of fleas for up to 7 months.
While the insect growth regulator in Alpine Flea Insecticide will continue to work for up to 7 months, it is recommended to re-apply Alpine Flea Insecticide after 14 days if new fleas continue to emerge. This will increase knock-down of new adults. Preparations and cleaning such as vacuuming thoroughly before and after treatments will also greatly affect the success of Alpine Flea Insecticide. See below for complete treatment instructions.
Alpine Flea Insecticide Target Pests
Flea eggs and larvae, adult fleas
PESTS CONTROLLED WITH ALPINE FLEA INSECTICIDE: Adult and immature fleas, hatching flea eggs
Target Uses of Alpine Flea Insecticide
For indoor treatment of active flea infestations and to prevent flea infestations from developing, especially in sensitive areas where a Reduced Risk Pesticide is preferred. Prevents re-infestation for 7 months. Alpine Flea Insecticide is also ideal when treatment is limited to a few areas or the convenience of an aerosol ready-to-use product is desired.
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Dinotefuran .25% Pyriproxyfen .10% Prallethrin .05%
PT Alpine Flea and Bed Bug Aerosol Application Instructions
- Identify treatment areas: especially those where pets frequent, such as in and around pet's sleeping and resting areas. These are the primary areas where fleas and their eggs are found. (Before treatment, a test application should be made to upholstery, drapery, light-colored, delicate fabrics, or wood surfaces in an inconspicuous place.)
- Prepare treatment areas: For best results with Surface/Carpet treatments, vacuum thoroughly before spraying and discard vacuum bag in outside trash. Canister vacuums are also excellent as they can be easily emptied.
- Apply treatment. For flea infestations, a single can treats over 2000 square feet. SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE. Hold can at arm’s length and direct spray toward target area, keeping 36” away from the surface being treated. Using a sweeping motion, apply a light uniform spray to furniture, rugs, carpets, drapes, and around all pet resting areas. Avoid thoroughly wetting surfaces. Mist treated areas only until "slightly damp". Do not over-treat. Reapply in 14 days, if necessary. IMPORTANT: Only complete and proper application to carpets, upholstery, drapes, and other fabrics will provide thorough flea/tick elimination. Keep children and pets out of areas during treatment. Vacate room after treatment, and ventilate until surfaces are dry before reoccupying.
- For best results, eliminate fleas on pets with an approved flea product like Petcor Flea Spray or a product recommended by your veterinarian.
Always read the product label completely before use.
Each 20 oz. can of Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR Aerosol will treat up to 2,625 square feet. An area of 80-100 square feet can be treated in approximately 10 seconds. Keep in mind that most infestations will require at least one follow-up treatment after two weeks.
Alpine Flea Insecticide is for use in the following areas:
Apartments, Commercial Structures, Homes, Hotels, Kennels, Motels and Veterinary Clinics
When treating upholstered furniture, treat under cushions and areas where flea development occurs. Cover aquariums and fish bowls and remove birds prior to treating. See above for complete application instructions.
Alpine Flea Insecticide is appropriate for carpeting or upholstered areas and for porous flooring such as concrete. Sealed or stained surfaces such as hardwood floors will be unlikely harborage sites for fleas; these sites should be tested in a small area for staining or discoloration before use.
Fleas may appear for up to two weeks after treatment. This is the pupal window – when younger stages of fleas may still emerge – and the residual activity of Ultracide should kill adults who emerge during this time. Frequent vacuuming (every day or every other day) will also help encourage immature fleas to emerge more quickly while also picking up the organic matter on which larvae feed.
Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR Aerosol is not intended for outdoor use.
Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR Features
* Convenient ready-to-use formulation has adulticide and insect growth regulator in one product
* No additional equipment needed for mixing or application
* IGR Continues to prevent re-infestation for 7 months
* Certified EPA Reduced Risk pesticide means it’s one of the safest products you can use
* Low odor
Extra Tips for Using Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR
* Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR is NOT labeled for use on animals. Keep pets out of treatment are until product dries.
* Treat outdoor areas where pets play, rest, or otherwise frequent to prevent re-infestation using appropriate products such as our Indoor/Outdoor Flea Kit.
* Try using a paper towel to mark “hot spots” where pets frequent, and pick up just before you treat the area.
* Wash or dispose of pet bedding before treatment.
* Additional cleaning such as steam cleaning or mopping should be done prior to application of Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR.
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32 of 34 people found this review helpful:
worth every penny! exterminators are a waste of time & money
By Becky in Lou, Ky on 02/08/2012
We tried everything to rid our home of fleas, it was exhausting! Even shelled out $ to an exterminator & found more fleas a month later! All our animals were given capstar & frontline, I vacuumed constantly, nothing worked until this product! I still continue w the vacuuming as a precaution but haven't seen a flea since! & my cat who was deathly sick from fleas is now healthy again! I even order 2 extra cans just in case I ever need again, but taking every precaution not to have these nasty pests again! Who knew they were so hard to get rid of, it took us 6 months & finally discovering this product! We were told hardwood floors were almost impossible to rid of fleas, but that's been proven wrong! I highly recommend this product-save yourself from months of pulling your hair out!
18 of 18 people found this review helpful:
By Anthony in Fayetteville, NC on 05/03/2012
Moved to NC and discovered fleas. Purchased this product and followed the simple instructions and no more fleas! Vacuumed as directed and never saw another flea in the house or on my 3 dogs again!! I would purchase in the future if I ever need it!
16 of 17 people found this review helpful:
Works very well
By Linda in Jacksonville, FL on 04/17/2012
This product is easy to use and works very well. I used 1-1/2 cans to do my 3700 sq ft house. I had already had a pest control service spray this product the first time. All I can tell you is the fleas are still not entirely gone. Vacuum, vacuum, vacuum. I did not do this enough to start out with. Next, use a good product on your pet. I used Advantage II and will be using it again 10 days later. I also had the yard sprayed. This product alone is not an instant fix in Florida where I live and I doubt anything would be. You still have to get all the eggs.
13 of 13 people found this review helpful:
By Lrw in Philadelphia, Pa on 09/02/2012
I used Advantage II on the cat! I used Alpine flea spray on the carpet and everywhere the cat hangs out! Ten days have gone by and so far the fleas are gone!
13 of 13 people found this review helpful:
By Sammy\'s in Fredericksburg, VA on 10/02/2012
I used this in conjunction with the Petcor flea spray - they are a force to be reaconed with!! Vacuum, then spray. Repeat a day later, then a week later. You'll be very surprised how great this works. We had a terrible flea season in the Mid-Atlantic states - warm weather last winter added fuel to the fire.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful:
By Judith in Bloomington, IL on 04/17/2016
Works very well on bed bugs. knew it would because we had gotten a can from an exterminator. When I looked online for this particular spray, was extremely pleased to have found this. Purchased 2 cans.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
Kills em dead
By Mike in Miami, FL on 02/13/2015
This stuff is what you want. Don't waste your time with anything else. I tried bombs from the hardware store. Worthless. I called an exterminator. He treated twice including my crawl space. Fleas still there. (The exterminator even took some home to his house!) My friend from back home that owns a pest control company said he uses this stuff and has never had a call back. Worked like a charm. Killed em all. Since no product can kill the eggs, you might have to retreat after two weeks but that should take care of the next generation too. Do yourself a favor and treat your yard with IGR while you're at it.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
Finally, freedom from fleas!
By Ls in West palm beach fl on 09/27/2014
After 3 weeks of treatment using at least $200 worth of every single product Home Depot offered that mentioned 'flea' on it, someone recommended this website to me (he successfully used product from here to treat an ant invasion). 2 weeks after the first treatment with this aerosol - the fleas are gone. I used two cans of the aerosol even though one should have been enough to treat my cottage 2x over. I went a little overboard on it I think. However, it seems to have worked! I haven't seen a single flea (and I have been trying to find them!) in over 10 days!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
Worked well for 2014 Flea-bola outbreak
By Mike in Savannah, Georgia on 09/17/2014
This year, the fleas are worse than ever. We use a topical on our 5 indoor cats. Advantage II no longer gets the job done, even applying it every two weeks. We just finished up the second Alpine treatment two days ago. We used it in combination with our regular Talstar/Nygaurd (for cracks and crevices). We treated our cats with Cheristin. We believe we are flea-free. What we liked: - Can be sprayed on carpets, couches, and, most importantly, 100 year old hard wood floors with gaps between the boards. - Convenient to apply, with no mixing required. - It worked. What we didn't like: - It comes out too fast. I found that it is best applied in bursts instead of a steady stream. I ended up using 3 bottles for two treatments of our 1900 sq ft house. - It foams at the tip, causing an uneven spray. Wipe the tip down every dozen bursts or so. - If you don't clean the tip, it spits foam onto the surface you are spraying, causing drying to take longer than necessary. - Must be sprayed in a downward direction, which made it difficult to get under my clawfoot bathtub. What to keep in mind: - When spraying couches, curtains, etc., the square footage adds up. Just order an extra can. - Vacuum. We vacuumed the entire house every day for two weeks, and are continuing every other day after the second treatment. Otherwise you might as well just throw your money away. Overall, we are satisfied with Alpine, and will use it again if we have another outbreak.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
Worked as advertised.
By Chu in Houston, TX on 06/17/2014
I used 2 cans of Alpine and 2 cans of ultracide in a course of 10 days. It was probably overkill, but my wife and kids skin reacted very badly to flea bites. We couldn't wait for the flea life cycle to break. We vacated the house and checked every few days (walking around wearing white shocks). If we found any fleas in our socks, We'd do another can. It has been more than a month and we have not seen any flea.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
Must have for flea control!
By Mike in Harrah,OK. on 09/17/2013
I have feral rescue cats that I keep in a kennel with concrete floors. I have used lots of things,D.E., sprays etc. They worked some but only after several applications. In the spring when the temperature gets warm enough, the fleas will come out almost overnight and cover my pant legs as soon as I go in there. This spring I ordered this product and sprayed the floors and anyplace I could. Within a couple of days there were no fleas at all! Even today, 9-17-13 there are no fleas. I also used it on one of my rentals that had fleas and it worked flawlessly. If you have a flea problem, order this and I think you will cure that problem. Just like all of the other products I have ordered from here, they work as described.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful:
A Big Thank You
By Anonymous in Duarte, Calif. on 07/06/2013
After being infested with the passing of a pet we struggled with the control of the fleas left behind. We had spent a lot of money buying insecticides from the local Big Box hardware stores and had "bombed" the whole house every three to four days as our flea traps, four spread around the house, indicated one new hatch after another and after constant vacuuming. The "bombings" only knocked the adult population down temporarily until the next cycle / hatch. It was a frustrating and discouraging effort. In desperation I discovered this site and "Alpine" so I decided that at this point I had nothing to lose other than to call a exterminator. With the help of the sales person who had personal experience with this product I ordered two cans to cover the house. Starting on a Saturday I applied the spray as per the instructions along with the usual vacuuming. It was easy and much safer than setting off numerous "bombs" and trying to get out of the house before inhaling the fumes. We went out to dinner and when we got back the spray had already dried with very little residual smell. Immediately the flea count in our traps went down and continued to drop until a week later when we have detected vertually no fleas in the house. Other than twice daily vacuumings we did not apply anything else. At first we detected a few adult fleas in the traps after the spraying, but after a day or two they disappeared and only the little juveniles were being caught. Soon after those numbers dropped off rapidly. I can't say enough other than a big thank you to "Do My Own Pest Control". They have finally brought back peace of mind to our home. It is so nice to be able to enjoy our home again without feeling those fleas hopping on our legs and arms.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
No more fleas
By Ian in Deltona.fl on 06/19/2013
We came home from a trip to find my carpeted porch infested with fleas....I sprayed immediately and it killed them all....Treated carpet with flea stopper as well...No more fleas... Buy with confidence
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
working so far
By Tam in Humble, TX on 06/10/2013
I discovered I had fleas & used Raid brand flea foggers($14). It worked for about a week at most & then I guess the fleas hatched & went on a rampage (feeding on us). I purchased Alpine Flea sprayed every room on a Thursday (6/07/13), and as of Sunday (6/09/13) no fleas. I'm overly pleased so far. We haven't had anymore new bites since.I've been vacuuming and sweeping every room everyday since Thursday. I have 3 rooms with carpet & the rest of the house has tile. I sprayed all flooring except my closets so I hope they're not taking up refuge in there. I will probably follow up with second spraying 2weeks from the first spraying to make sure I killed them all off for good hopefully. I will post updates periodically on product effectiveness.
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By Jtgray in Jacksonville Florida on 01/25/2013
Couldn't get the fleas under control. Read reviews on the Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR and decided to try it. It works. Just followed the directions and it really does the job.
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01/13/2012 Cat from Fort Worth, Tx
QHow does Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR Aerosol smell?
Also, how long before my cat and I can re-enter?
AAlpine Flea Insecticide does have a mild odor but we have never had anyone complain that they thought it was offensive. Everyone should stay out of the room for at least 30 minutes or until the product has had a chance to dry.
01/29/2012 Gail from Reading,pa
QCan you use Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR Aerosol on hardwood floors and furniture?
I live in an apartment with hardwood floors and a couple area rugs.
AYes, you can use Alpine Flea with IGR on hardwood floors, furniture, area rugs, etc. It can be applied to almost any surface. However, you should always treat a small area first and allow it to dry before treating the entire area just to make sure there are no issues. The most important part of any flea treatment though is to vacuum very thoroughly before the treatment, then every 2 to 3 days after the treatment. You should then apply a second treatment in exactly 14 days after the first one.
06/25/2013 Fred from Myrtle Beach, Sc 29579
QRe: Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR Aerosol -- does it automatically kill flea eggs and larvae?
Do you need to vacuum immediately after applying this product ? we're hearing different things from different people; such as the flea eggs only get destroyed if you vacuum the carpets after applying this product; but waiting 2 1/2 hours to vacuum after applying this product. How do I get the accurate instructions on how to apply and use this product? Any help you can offer would be greatly appreciative. Thank You for your help!
AAlpine flea Insecticide with IGR will not kill flea eggs or larvae. It will make some eggs sterile and it will cause the larvae to become non breeding adults. The vacuuming does not destroy eggs. Vacuuming does stimulate the eggs to hatch and the larvae to emerge from the cocoon causing them to be exposed to the product you sprayed. Vacuuming should be done immediately prior to the treatment so as many of immature fleas are exposed as possible. We recommend you continue to vacuum daily or every other day for the following 14 days so more of the immature fleas will be exposed to the treatment. Vacuuming isn't demanded on the product label instructions but we can tell you from experience that it will certainly speed along the flea control program.
12/12/2013 Gaby from Titonka, Iowa
QHow do you recommend dealing with bedding and mattresses while using this product?
You have addressed vacuuming daily/every other day, but not how to deal with bedding. Should we wash bedding and vacuum mattresses on the same schedule? Would running bedding through the dryer be as effective? Just looking for some suggestions or experiences.
A Assuming that you are treating for fleas,we recommend that you vacuum the flooring daily and the linens weekly (washed and dried in heat). The Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR Aerosol will be applied once every two weeks. Below is a great article on treating fleas inside the home.
Assuming that you are treating for fleas,we recommend that you vacuum the flooring daily and the linens weekly (washed and dried in heat). The Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR Aerosol will be applied once every two weeks. Below is a great article on treating fleas inside the home.
03/12/2015 Christie from Boynton Beach, Florida
QWhat can I use to treat a flea infestation within my home?
I have fleas on my pets and in my home. What can I use to kill the live adult fleas and prevent a further infestation? My animals have treatment (Revolution for the cat and K9 Advantix for the dogs) on them and I have been doing regular maintenance in the house but it is not making any difference.
09/29/2016 Pavel from Rego Park, Ny
QHow effective is the PT Alpine Flea and Bedbug Aerosol on bedbugs and what's the residual?
What type of igr does it have
A PT Alpine Flea and Bedbug Aerosol is labeled for bed bugs. If you are treating for an active infestation of bed bugs, it is best to treat every 10-14 days until you do not see activity for 30 days. After that, treatments can be done every 30 days as needed for maintenance. Please check out our Bed Bug Guide for tips on how to treat and prevent bed bugs.
PT Alpine Flea and Bedbug Aerosol is labeled for bed bugs. If you are treating for an active infestation of bed bugs, it is best to treat every 10-14 days until you do not see activity for 30 days. After that, treatments can be done every 30 days as needed for maintenance. Please check out our Bed Bug Guide for tips on how to treat and prevent bed bugs.
09/01/2016 Jeffrey from Buford
QIs PT Alpine Flea and Bedbug Aerosol the best product to use for fleas on hard surfaces like hardwood and tile?
A We would recommend treating floor surfaces with PT Alpine Flea and Bed Bug Aerosol. As with any product that you apply, we do recommend spot testing in an inconspicuous area first to determine if staining/discoloration occurs. You will vacuum first (even hard surfaced floors) and treat. Vacuum daily and apply second application two weeks after first spray and vacuum daily for 14 more days. You will continue this application process for flea elimination. Please take a few moments to review our treatment article on How to Get Rid of Fleas for a successful program.
We would recommend treating floor surfaces with PT Alpine Flea and Bed Bug Aerosol. As with any product that you apply, we do recommend spot testing in an inconspicuous area first to determine if staining/discoloration occurs. You will vacuum first (even hard surfaced floors) and treat. Vacuum daily and apply second application two weeks after first spray and vacuum daily for 14 more days. You will continue this application process for flea elimination. Please take a few moments to review our treatment article on How to Get Rid of Fleas for a successful program.
05/15/2016 Liz from Dallas, Tx
QWill PT Alpine Flea and Bed Bug Aerosol kill boll weevils?
I have Boll Weevils in my car. I'm not sure where the infected food is because I haven't seen any.
A No, PT Alpine Flea and Bed Bug Aerosol is not labeled for weevils. It is only labeled for fleas and bed bugs. D-Force HPX would be a good option for weevils in your vehicle, as well as inside your home. Be sure to rid your home/car of any infested food.
No, PT Alpine Flea and Bed Bug Aerosol is not labeled for weevils. It is only labeled for fleas and bed bugs.
D-Force HPX would be a good option for weevils in your vehicle, as well as inside your home. Be sure to rid your home/car of any infested food.
02/22/2016 Michelle from Agoura Hills
QOnce the PT Alpine Flea and Bed Bug Aerosol has completely dried, can it be reconstituted if it gets wet?
I have a cat that plays in his water bowl and am worried he might be exposed to the product.
A Once the PT Alpine Flea and Bedbug Aerosol is applied and dried, it will not reactivate on the surfaces that were treated with the product. It is safe for your pets to enter after the initial application is completely dry.
Once the PT Alpine Flea and Bedbug Aerosol is applied and dried, it will not reactivate on the surfaces that were treated with the product. It is safe for your pets to enter after the initial application is completely dry.
02/22/2016 Luis from Montevideo, Uruguay, South America
QCan PT Alpine Flea and Bed Bug Aerosol be used for Aedes Aegypti?
I know that each product that is in the formulation of Alpine is used to fight against Aedes Aegypti, can I use this formulation for that? Thanks in advance for your quick answer. Regards.
01/14/2015 Michelle from Costa Mesa, Ca
QIs the Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR Aerosol safe for pregnant woman?
Pest control used this product, Alpine Flea/IGR (dinotefuran/pyriproxyfen/prallethrin) and I wanted to make sure if a pregnant woman is safe to be exposed to this product.
AWhen used as directed on the product label the Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR Aerosol is safe for use in a home where a pregnant women resides. It is important that everyone (including the pregnant person) except for the applicator is out of the area during the application. Everyone is free to return to the treated area as soon as it is dry
11/23/2014 Erin from Delphos Ks
QWe have juvenile fleas. Will Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR Aerosol work on them.
AAlpine Flea Insecticide with IGR Aerosol is a great product to treat both flea adults and immature fleas. You want to make the application by starting in one corner of the room and applying using a sweeping motion. Be sure to vacuum as often as possible.
08/18/2014 Lisa from Marshall, Tx
QWhat is the best product to kill fleas indoors on hardwood floors?
what is the best way to kill fleas indoors on hardwood floors? It needs to be pet and children safe. Fleas were brought in from stuff at a storage unit we have stored in spare room. Would Precor IGR Concentrate and Demise EC or Ultracide in a sprayer be my best bet or is there a better option? I bought a pump sprayer because my mom bought Hi Yield for me but it's odor is too strong and isn't really drying. It doesn't seem to be what I need. I was told that Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR will work, but not only will I need to treat the fleas around home but also need to treat many layers of possibly flea egg ridden boxes as I go through them in my storage room. I will need more than just an aerosol can. I need to know my best option available for mixing in a pump spray. I can put cats in carrier outside while I spray and let it dry. Please help!
AThe fleas you are seeing are coming from the carpeted areas, not from the hardwoods. Fleas use the carpet fibers to lay eggs and hide, but will jump from location to location. Using Alpine FLea Insecticide with IGR is both convienent and effective. 1 can of Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR will treat 2625ft and kill the adult fleas fast and also help with the reproduction of the new fleas. You will need repeat this process every 7-14 days with constant vaccuming in the house every day to every other day. Please follow the steps below:
Step 3 - Apply treatment. For flea infestations, a single can treats over 2000 square feet. SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE. Hold can at arm’s length and direct spray toward target area, keeping 36” away from the surface being treated. Using a sweeping motion, apply a light uniform spray to furniture, rugs, carpets, drapes, and around all pet resting areas. Avoid thoroughly wetting surfaces. Mist treated areas only until "slightly damp". Do not over-treat. Reapply in 14 days, if necessary. IMPORTANT: Only complete and proper application to carpets, upholstery, drapes, and other fabrics will provide thorough flea/tick elimination. Keep children and pets out of areas during treatment. Vacate room after treatment, and ventilate until surfaces are dry before reoccupying.
08/15/2014 Bill from Manville, Nj
QHow does Alpine Flea Insecticide with IGR differ from Ultracide?
Reading the Q&A on your indoor kit several refer to Ultracide but the kit includes Alpine with IGR. The two seem to have different active ingredients.
05/15/2014 Carol from Santa Cruz, Ca
QWhat is the best indoor flea treatment that can be used on carpets and is safe for cats?
We have a horrible flea infestation problem and need to get a product that we can mix to do all of the carpets. Bombing is not an option as we have many cats. We plan to include a igr also. The product we use should not be toxic to cats once it is dry as they lay on the carpet.