|Active Ingredient:||Pyrethrins, 0.50%|
PBO, technical, 1.00%
|Target pests:||Cockroaches, Fleas, Ticks, Houseflies, Mosquitoes, Small Flying Moths, Wasps, Crickets and Silverfish|
|For use in:||Food and non-food areas of homes, food processing plants, restaurants, industrial buildings, schools, warehouses, offices, theatres, garages, hotels, motels, hospitals and kennels.|
|Pet safe:||Yes; when used as directed|
|Yield:||Use one 5 oz. unit per 5,000 cubic feet|
CB PCO Total Release Fogger with Pyrethrins effectively removes all cockroaches, fleas, ticks, houseflies, mosquitoes, moths, wasps, crickets, or silverfish within the confines of the fumigated area. This product contains natural based pyrethrins –making it ideal for use in sensitive areas such as homes, schools and hospitals. Pyrethrins are a completely natural pesticide (derived from the Chrysanthemum flower) that work by attacking the central nervous systems of bothersome pests on contact, causing death. To Use This Product: Shake Well Before Use. Cover exposed foods, dishes and food handling equipment. Open cabinets and doors to area to be treated. Shut off fans and air conditioners. Put out all flames and pilot lights. Close doors and windows. Point valve opening away from face and eyes when releasing. DO NOT use more than one fogger per room. DO NOT use in small enclosed spaces such as closets, cabinets or under counters or tables. Do not use in a room 5 ft. x 5 ft. or smaller; instead, allow fog to enter from other rooms. Turn off ALL ignition sources such as pilot lights (shut off gas valves), other open flames or running electrical appliances that cycle off and on (i.e. refrigerators, thermostats, etc.). Call your gas utility or management company if you need assistance with your pilot lights. Use one 5 oz. unit for 5,000 cubic feet of unobstructed space. Do not remain in the area during treatment, and ventilate thoroughly before reentry.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
Shake Well Before Use. Cover exposed foods, dishes and food handling equipment. Open cabinets and doors to area to be treated. Shut off fans and air conditioners. Put out all flames and pilot lights. Close doors and windows. Point valve opening away from face and eyes when releasing. DO NOT use more than one fogger per room. DO NOT use in small enclosed spaces such as closets, cabinets or under counters or tables. Do not use in a room 5 ft. x 5 ft. or smaller; instead, allow fog to enter from other rooms. Turn off ALL ignition sources such as pilot lights (shut off gas valves), other open flames or running electrical appliances that cycle off and on (i.e. refrigerators, thermostats, etc.). Call your gas utility or management company if you need assistance with your pilot lights. Use one 5 oz. unit for 5,000 cubic feet of unobstructed space. Do not remain in the area during treatment, and ventilate thoroughly before reentry.
TO OPERATE VALVE: To lock valve in open position for automatic discharge, press valve button all the way down, hooking the catch. Then place fogger on stand or table in the center of the room with valve locked open, placing several layers of newspaper or pad under fogger. Leave building at once and keep building closed for two hours before airing out. Open all doors and windows and allow to air for one-half hour. Repeat spraying in two weeks or when necessary.
To Kill Ticks and Fleas: Destroy pet's old bedding and replace. Use this product as above. Pets should be treated with a registered tick and flea control product prior to reentry. Repeat as necessary to bring infestation under control.
Do not apply while food processing is underway. Cover or remove all food processing surfaces. Thoroughly wash all food processing surfaces before reuse. After spraying in bakeries, meat packing plants, food processing plants, etc., all benches, shelving, equipment, etc. where exposed food will be handled must be washed with an effective cleaning compound followed by a potable water rinse prior to use.
In hospitals: Remove patients prior to treatment. Ventilate area for two hours prior to returning patients.
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14 of 16 people found this review helpful:
By Steven on December 20, 2009
The CB PCO Fogger is superb, works efficiently and leaves a fresh smell of chrysanthemum in the air of the treated area.
11 of 13 people found this review helpful:
All flys and other insects gone.
By Bob on April 26, 2010
We use it in our summer place in northern Minnesota. Just before we leave, we fog the place and when we come back the next weekend no bugs.
7 of 9 people found this review helpful:
Success with CB PCO Fogger
By Roy on August 20, 2010
Our garage was full of moths that came home in two sacks of bird seed. I ordered two cans of CB PCO fogger with pyrethrins and used one can. It eliminated 99% of the moths. The moth traps have caught a few, too. I might not need the second can of spray as I am not seeing more moths flying. This is a very effective product. I would buy more of this if it were needed.
5 of 7 people found this review helpful:
Doesn't work on meal worms
By Janice on October 1, 2010
We used only one 5 oz. fogger for a room 15 x 15. We put the fogger next to where we know there is a nest of meal worms (which turn into moths) behind the wall by our stove. Sadly the fogger did not rid us of these pesky bugs. We are going to call an exterminator after trying everything else. The product WAS delivered quickly.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
Worked on Yellow Jackets
By Bob on October 23, 2010
I tapped this fogger to the end of a broom stick, popped the tab, and stuck it right at the entrance to the yellow jacket nest. Sprayed for about 2-3 minutes straight. Doesn't really knock them out of the air, but it did work. Yellow Jackets died over the next 2 weeks straight. Now totally gone.
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By Regitze on January 29, 2014
I was inundated by moth in one of my bedrooms, I ordered one of the Fogger's but could have used two. They have helped a lot but additional Moth repellent had to be bought to get nearly rid of them. My suggestion, buy 2 of the Fogger's and use it at the same time. No odor. Did take my two cats out of the house for 4 hours, no odor either.
CB PCO Fogger with Pyrethrins
By Olive on January 7, 2014
Sprayed the fogger once in the affected kitchen and dining areas and within days, the infestation had subsided to about one or two fruit flies per day. I would recommend it to anyone. I have not seen any new fruit flies within the last few days.
By Sharon on October 20, 2013
Well, I did see one dead possible termite with wings in my wooden bedroom. That is not to say that it has stopped them, but at least I know it works. Thanks
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
August 9, 2013
I've not found any product (except this) that states it will kill wasps in a fogger form. my shed was full of wasps this year and although it was 3X overkill it cleared the problem overnite. will buy agian in case of another infestation.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
By Sharon on February 16, 2013
Works great, fast shipping and all is good. Did once and again in three days, puts a hurting on those spiders.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful:
By Jim on January 11, 2013
I had an exterminator (best in town) come over 4 times, and he could not get rid of my silverfish problem. I found DoMyOwnPestControl on the web and called. I ended up buying Intice and the foggers. I threw Intice all over my attic, and set off the foggers. No more silverfish. This was after I spent over $700 on the exterminator. Now I set off the foggers about every 6 months just to be safe. No bugs, silverfish, or spiders in the house. I'm very pleased with this.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
By Jon on December 1, 2012
These foggers work great for all the moths in the air. It does not kill the ones that are not in the air, but if you have a bad infestation in a particular area, this can get you back in control. I have found that the moths come out worst at night, so I set it off before going to bed since our problem was in the basement and bedroom on 2nd floor. Does not have any chemical smell or seem toxic, but I still wouldn't want to be right near it. Since we have a bad infestation, I have run one of these and then followed up with the Pharonet traps to get the residuals.
1 of 3 people found this review helpful:
By John on November 19, 2012
I followed the directions precisely, applying the product in a closed room considerably smaller than specified, twice, a week apart, and the infestation (spider mites) was only minimally reduced.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful:
CB PCO Fogger With Pyrethrims
By Jake on July 4, 2012
First of all let me say what I really wanted was not for sale in CT. This was the next best and let me say it DID NOT kill my ants. I would not recommend this product for killing ants.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
By Paula on December 24, 2011
One can of the CB PCO Fogger with Pyrethrins seems to have taken care of my problem. I do not see any moths flying around. I do expect the eggs to hatch at which time I will buy another fogger to get rid of them. The moths actually ate the parts of the rug that were hidden under the couch.
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June 1, 2012
Herb from Providence, Ri asked:
QWill the CB PCO fogger kill yellow jackets and other types of bees?
ACB PCO fogger will kill any insect, including bees and yellow jackets, wasps, etc. that are in the area when you set the fogger off.
August 2, 2010 Amy asked:
QWill the PCO fogger kill gnats and their eggs?
AThe CB PCO Fogger with Pyrethrins will kill the exposed gnats, but it will most likely have no effect on their eggs. The eggs are usually protected because of their hard shell and because they are placed into voids, cracks, crevices and other protected areas where the fogger is unlikely to penetrate. If you suspect that the gnats are breeding and laying eggs indoors, you should try to find the area that they are depositing their eggs. Depending on the type of gnat you are dealing with, they could be developing in drains, soil in potted plants, organic buildup in the bottom of trash cans, debris under appliances, etc. In most cases, a thorough cleaning of the infested area is needed.
October 9, 2012
Anne from Atlanta, Ga asked:
QWill this fogger kill moths?
Moths have been feasting on my favorite wool sweaters, hanging in my closet
A The CB Pco Fogger will kill adult moths that are exposed at the time of the fogging but the fog will not be able to penetrate into the folds of the clothing to kill the larva that is actually causing the damage to your sweaters (the adult moths do not feed, the moth larva is what is causing damage to your sweaters. Please read our article How to get Rid of Clothes Moths to learn how to get rid of this damaging pest. http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/how-to-get-rid-of-clothes-moths-a-427.html
The CB Pco Fogger will kill adult moths that are exposed at the time of the fogging but the fog will not be able to penetrate into the folds of the clothing to kill the larva that is actually causing the damage to your sweaters (the adult moths do not feed, the moth larva is what is causing damage to your sweaters. Please read our article How to get Rid of Clothes Moths to learn how to get rid of this damaging pest.
December 27, 2009 Lori asked:
QI am looking for something that will kill stink bugs. Will the CB PCO Fogger with Pyrethrin work?
AThe CB PCO Fogger would not be your best choice for stinkbugs. CB PCO Fogger is only a contact kill, meaning it will only kill a bug that is out in the open when it is set off. Stinkbugs are nesting in the wall and the fogger would not make it into the wall where they hide. You should purchase our Overwintering Kit or the Stink Bug Control Kit which are both specifically for overwintering pests like the stinkbug. It has products that you place in the wall where they are hiding, and also products that leave a residual to kill the adults that are coming out of the wall into your home.
May 29, 2010 Dave asked:
QIs CB PCO Fogger with Pyrethrin effective against carpet beetles?
Attegunus Unicolor (and its larva) hides in carpet and crevices. Pyrethrins and pyrethroids are effective, but will this fogger do the job or will other methods be needed?
ACB PCO fogger would not be effective against carpet beetles. This is because this product will not penetrate into cracks and crevices where carpet beetle larvae hide, and it does not leave a residual to kill insects later when they come out of hiding. This product will only kill what is out in the open when it goes off. We recommend reading our articles on carpet beetle control.
March 3, 2014
Linda from Fl asked:
QHow well do roach bombs work?
A Bug bombs such as the CB PCO Fogger, is highly effective at knocking down a large number of roaches at one time. However, bug bombs will only kill roaches that are out in the open and exsposed at the time the bomb is activated. Once the fog disipates, it will no longer be effective and will not continue killing roaches. We would recommend one of our roach control kits. Our kits contain a specialized mix of roach control products that are tailored to the specific needs of the situation, based on several factors such as the size of the infestation, the size of the room or rooms that are affected, and the type of roach that is causing the issue.
January 8, 2014
Belfor from Jackson Heights,ny asked:
Qwill CB PCO Fogger kill bird mites?
August 9, 2013
Stanley from Santa Fe, Nm asked:
QIs CB PCO fogger safe to crawl around in for maintenance workers?
We have a a 3.5 ft high crawl space above our ceiling in which vendors must crawl around in to install electrical power cords and other equipment during the quarterly installation of changing museum exhibitions. What is the amount of time necessary to wait before these workers can work in this crawl space after using this fogger?
A The treated areas must be completely dry and ventilated prior to re-entry when the CB Pco Foggers. This typcially takes a few hours and then the area can be safely accessed as needed.
July 22, 2013
Ira from Redding, Ct asked:
QIs the CB PCO Fogger with Pyrethrins the most effective indoor fogger for mosquitoes?
I'll be moving shortly, house will be open all day, expect I will have mosquitoes at the end of the process.
A Yes the CB PCO Fogger would be an excellent option to knock down any remaining mosquitoes, flies or other isects that may have flown in during the open house. Make sure let the home air out and fully ventilate before re-entry after setting off the fogger. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
June 16, 2013
Allisa from St. Louis, Mo asked:
QWill this work for spiders?
I have a horrible spider problem in my basement which eventually leads upstairs. I want to rid them since I have very young children and not certain which spiders are poisonous and which aren't. As well as the fact that I DETEST spiders. If this isn't the right product, please advise me on what is. Thank you.
A CB PCO fogger is not specifically labeled to treat spiders. We would recommend our spider control kit that includes Demon WP that provides a strong residual kill, Webout which prevents webs and glueboards to catch them walking.
June 15, 2013
Tess from Bunnell, Fl asked:
QIs there a bug bomb for a black widow infestations?
A CB PCO Fogger with Pyrethrins will kill spiders, but only the spiders that are exposed at the time the fogger is released. We recommend using Cyper WP for spider control. Cypermethrin, the active ingredient in Cyper WP, is known to be one of the most effective active ingredients for spiders and other hard to kill insects. Spray directly into cracks and crevices, under appliances, around door frames and window frames and in places where utilities (cables, pipes, wires) enter into the structure. We have recently added a spider control kit to our website that includes Cyper WP, Webout and glue boards. Using Webout eliminator will help discourage spiders from forming webs on the surfaces that have been sprayed and the glue boards will help trap wandering spiders and help monitor problem areas.
June 6, 2013
Jerry from Thompson, Oh asked:
QI have a moth infestation that originated from bird seed that is no longer in the house.
I also have 4 cats, with no way to remove them completely from the house. I want to use a fogger in combination with traps. Would it be safe enough to put them in the basement and close the door?
A With pantry pests you need to keep in mind that just because part of the problem may have stemmed from the bird seed that you removed, doesn't mean that the larvae didn't crawl into other areas of the home in cracks and crevices near by. If you are continually seeing new moths then the infestation was not purely in the bird seed. You are going to want to clean out any cabinets and storage areas where they could be hiding or leaving behind larvae, and use a crack and crevice spray like Cy-kick with a birth control spray like Gentrol IGR to help control the population. If you are going to purchase traps, you will need to know exactly what species of moth you are dealing with so you get the correct traps. Most moth traps are designed for a specific sexual pheromone for that couple of species on the label, and the trap will normally only catch the male moths with the sex pheromone. By it catching and luring in the males, it helps break up the reproductive cycle even further. We do not recommend using the fogger whether you can remove your cats or not as this will only knock down any moths currently flying in the open and will do nothing for the larvae or any unexposed moths. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
June 3, 2013
Carol from Lake Peekskill, Ny asked:
Qwill the CB PCCO fogger kill bird mites
A : CB PCO Fogger with Pyrethrins is not labeled to treat mites. It is important to be absolutely sure you are actually dealing with bird mites. Have the suspected bird mite identified by a reputable source, such as your local cooperative extension office or a reputable pest control operator. Treatments will vary for different pests. Treatment for say bedbugs is much different than the treatment for bird mites. If you do indeed have bird mites, you must first find the source of the infestation, usually a bird nest or a dead bird on or in the home. Removal of the infested nest or bird and a thorough cleanup is necessary. For treatment in the home, we recommend you frequently vacuum all carpet and upholstery and dispose of the bag or vacuum contents in a sealed bag outdoors. Spray Sterifab on couches, chairs and other upholstered furniture where you may spend time resting. Use MotherEarth Dust in all cracks and crevices around the perimeter of the room. Apply a thin coat of MotherEarth dust to rugs and carpets. Rake (not sweep) nap back and forth, causing dust to enter rug or carpet. Let product sit overnight. Repeat application as necessary and vacuum every 3 - 4 days for effective control. MotherEarth dust does not have a fast knockdown, it can take several days for insects to die after they contact the dust. Onslaught can be used for a faster knockdown. Thoroughly apply as a fine particle broadcast spray using a hand pump sprayer to infested rugs and carpets and other cracks and crevices around the perimeter of each room. Put all clothes through the dryer on high heat to help kill mites and their eggs.We have had many customers use the above recommendations with great success. Most customers report that it can take several months to get rid of all of the mites. Finding and removing the source of the infestation is very important and is the key to getting rid of the mites for good.
March 26, 2013
Steve from Hingham, Wi asked:
QWe have flies at our cabin in northern Wisconsin. Will CB PCO work on them? They keep appearing all winter.
I vacuum them up and the next morning there are dozens more. Are these cluster flies? What's the best prevention?
A It sounds like you may have cluster flies. The CB PCO Fogger will kill any flies that are exposed at the time the fogger is released but it will not control those flies that prefer to stay hidden inaccessible areas. Here is an article that will give you a little bit more information on cluster flies and cluster fly control methods: How to get rid of cluster flies
January 27, 2013
Pat from Parkesburg, Pa asked:
QWill this CB PCO fogger be appropriate for a chigger infestation inside our house?
These bugs we were told by a bug expert are chiggers. It is mostly small, tiny bugs, some black, some red and are so tiny we can hardly see them. They are everywhere! On our beds, floors and on and in our clothes. We have our fleece slippers on floor and the bugs crawl on, in and around our slippers. And they bite! Is this fogger a good choice to use? These things are driving me crazy. Please help!
CB PCO Fogger with Pyrethrins would not likely be helpful for a chigger infestation as it will only kill insects that directly exposed during the application. Further, we recommend you get a second opinion as to the identification of the pest you are dealing with because chiggers are very unlikely to infest houses and they are not active in the winter. We recommend reading the this article: Chiggers, HYG 2100-98 for accurate information on chiggers and why we believe the identification is incorrect.