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Eraser 41% Systemic Weed Control is a weed and grass killer concentrate that is great for non-selective broad-spectrum control of annual and perennial weeds, woody brush and trees. This post-emergent systemic herbicide contains 41% glyphosate with a surfactant included to increase effectiveness. In addition, Eraser has no residual soil activity, and is relatively non-toxic to dogs and other domestic animals. Eraser will only kill the plants, weeds and shrubs that you spray directly.
|Active Ingredient:||Glyphosate - 41% with Surfactant|
|Target pests:||Annual and Perennial weeds, Shrubs and Vines
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Residential outdoor and gardens
NOT recommended for spot weed treatment in lawns, since Eraser kills all green plants, including lawn grasses. * See label for complete list
|Application:||1 1/2 oz. per gallon of water to control most annual weeds
2 1/2 oz. per gallon of water to control hard to kill perennial weeds
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, if used as directed on label|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||CA, DC, NV, RI, AK, HI, VI, PR|
|Manufactured By:||Control Solutions (UPC: 072693043183)|
Eraser eliminates nearly all common weeds and grasses and unwanted vegetation. Add water and use along fences, in driveways, sidewalks, brick and gravel walkways, next to trees and shrubs, and around buildings to control weeds and unwanted vegetation. Use Eraser for edging landscapes. Eraser is suited for lawn renovation or to prepare large sites for planting of flower beds, vegetable gardens or wildlife food plots. Eraser can also be used for large jobs such as lawn renovation and vegetable and flower garden preparation.
Eraser 41% is great for non-selective broad-spectrum control of annual and perennial weeds, woody brush and trees. This post-emergent systemic herbicide has no residual soil activity, and is relatively non-toxic to dogs and other domestic animals.
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66 of 68 people found this review helpful:
Eraser Weed Killer
By Betty in Rome, GA on 06/22/2011
Eraser is the best weed killer we have ever used. We have used many types and brands of weed killer over the years but most were expensive and a waste of money, time, and energy as they were ineffective. Vegetation sprayed with Eraser takes about a week to wither and die. Certain plants, depending on type, size, and age, may require a second application, but this stuff works. It even kills poison oak that is climbing up a tree trunk without killing the tree. Just don't get it on the leaves of the tree. Do not use if the wind is blowing because if mist drifts onto something you do not wish to kill, it will die. Eraser is easy to mix and use. It kills vegetation that it is sprayed on but does not "kill" the soil. Desired plants can be grown there later. It is my understanding that Eraser does NOT leach into ground water – that degradation of this product is primarily a biological process carried out by soil microbes. If you have annoying, hard to control weeds or bushes, my family recommends this product as THE BEST. DoMyOwnPestControl company is great to do business with. I ordered the 2.5 gallon size of Eraser and was surprised at how quickly it arrived.
45 of 46 people found this review helpful:
Excellent weed killer
By Joe in Arizona on 04/03/2011
Works great. Wait at least a week before you look for results after spraying. Takes a while to kick in but this product kills weeds like nothing else.
34 of 35 people found this review helpful:
By J.m. in Eatonton, GA on 06/23/2011
Great product, works fast and effective. It takes about a week to work but it eliminates all weeds. Be careful around grass and flowers, because it will kill them as well.
27 of 27 people found this review helpful:
By John in Grand Rapids, MN on 09/08/2011
This is a very effective and easy to use product. We use it to control noxious weeds around our farm. Tansy is a big problem in this area but we now have it nearly eradicated here on our place. The price is way less than local and no shipping charges makes this a great econimical product to use.
23 of 25 people found this review helpful:
Eraser requires a little patience...
By Manny in Miramar, FL on 09/29/2011
I was tired of paying the ridiculous prices for weed killer. Tried a 3oz/gallon mix of Eraser, but didn't see results the first couple of days. I continued to wait as the above reviewer had said it can take a week. Sure enough, after the 5th or 6th day, the weeds died. 2.5 gallons is going to last me a loooong time! :)
By Judy in midland, ga on 06/01/2016
I have no plants against my house, just rubber mulch & lawn statues, & with this product my maintenance is nil. You do have to wait for a hot day to spray, & it takes a week before you see results. The weeds stay gone. Well worth the price
Eraser Herbicide, Works For Me.
By John in Milwaukee, WI on 05/03/2016
For glyphosate needs, Eraser provides the goods. I use it for weed spraying, stump and frill cut applications and direct drip on Canadian thistle. The price is right too.
Excellent Weed Killer
By Otis in Varnville, S.C. on 04/19/2016
This is excellent to clear weeds and sticker bushes. Used on a back wooded lot to clear under brush, weeds, and sticker vines. Did the Job!!!
By Lonnie in okc on 03/27/2016
Disappointed it did not kill bermuda grass on driveway. will try again.
Eraser weed killer-best on the market
By Sally in Portland on 09/01/2015
Have used this product for several years. Works fast and is long lasting could clear kill just about anything grew growing. Be careful in applicablication as it seeps from spot applied.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Patience is a virtue!
By Richard in Clearwater on 07/08/2015
Wrote an interim review 2 weeks ago. Jury is now in. I was too impatient. The 41 percent works just great & the price also beats everyone else. Adding the BLUE marker dye is just super. Just needs a week to work.
3 of 6 people found this review helpful:
Not strong at all
By Brian in San Antonio, TX on 03/29/2015
Bought this product based on the reviews. Mixed in 1.5 oz with 1 gallon of water (in a Chapin sprayer purchased from here) for the small weeds in my back yard. After a week, they showed absolutely no signs of dying. I upped it to 3 oz per gallon. Some of the weeds showed a little bit of degradation, but most of them held strong. I then mixed 6 (yes, six) oz with 1 gal and heavily sprayed a small area. Those weeds *finally* look like they're starting to die after 3 days. This weed killer is not nearly as strong as it claims to be.
Eraser does have 41% Glyphosate, but you can alter the amount used per gallon of water for different plants. Tough plants such as ivy or other vines will require higher percentages of glyphosate. If the targeted plants are not actively growing, then it will take longer for the glyphosate to translocate throughout the plant.
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By Al in beverly hills fl on 09/07/2014
Works just a good as Roundup, and is half the price.
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By Eric in Sherwood on 05/29/2014
Took about 5 days to start seeing results but everything died within a week. Amazing stuff! Very potent!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Will Erase Weeds
By Steven in Westlake LA on 05/01/2014
Shipping so fast you would think the store was next door. Brought this product for the price, turned out to be as good as the rest. Takes about a week for eraser to work, it gets the job done. Thank again.
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QOnce I use Eraser to kill weeds and grass, how long do I wait to replace with sod?
Once I use Eraser to kills grass and weeds on a lawn area I plan to re-sod, how long should I wait before I lay new sod down so that it is not affected by the Eraser spray I used on that area?
AThe active ingredient in Eraser is Glyphosate which is only active while it is wet. Just to be safe, we do recommend waiting 2 weeks before replanting or re-sodding treated areas.
QWill Eraser kill poison ivy, poison oak and sumac?
AYes, Eraser is labeled for all of those plants as well as many others. It is a non-selective so it will basically kill anything that you apply it on.
06/06/2012 Deb from Cosmopolis Wa
QCan eraser be used on weeds in a vegetable garden before it is planted? if so how long do you wait to plant
AYou can use Eraser in areas where you plan to plant a garden. You should wait 2 weeks before planting the garden after treating the area with Eraser.
05/29/2014 Gabe from Bessemer , Al
QWhen is the best time to apply eraser, a day before rain or is consecutive dry days needed?
AEraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide works best if applied to dry plants, expecting no rainfall for at least hours after application.
QHow much will one quart of Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide make?
AOne quart of Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide can make between 2.4 gallons - 42 gallons of finished solution depending on the weed you treating. To find the exact usage rate you will require please refer to the Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide product label which we have linked in this answer but is always available on the Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide product page on our website.
06/16/2016 Darrel from Summit, Ms
QHow long does take to kill grass with a 10 percent mixture of Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide?
A We recommend allowing†10-14 days to see signs of treated plants dying from an application of Eraser 41% Weed Killer or other glyphosate products. Exaclty how long it takes for treated plants to die will depend on many factors, including the age of the target plants and†if there is any stress from high heat or drought. Young, actively growing plants will be most susceptible to herbicides and will, therefore, die more quickly.
We recommend allowing†10-14 days to see signs of treated plants dying from an application of Eraser 41% Weed Killer or other glyphosate products. Exaclty how long it takes for treated plants to die will depend on many factors, including the age of the target plants and†if there is any stress from high heat or drought. Young, actively growing plants will be most susceptible to herbicides and will, therefore, die more quickly.
08/31/2015 Scott from Mobile Alabama
QCan I use Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide in a vegetable garden?
A Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide can be used as a spot treatment in veggie gardens.
Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide can be used as a spot treatment in veggie gardens.
06/30/2015 Charlie from Unionville Va.
QDoes Eraser 41% provide quick burn down?
I would like to know a little more about Eraser 2.5 gallon herbicide. is it a burn down herbicide like paraquat used to be? We can't get Paraquat anymore, they call it Gramoxone. It is not near as good as the paraquat used to be back in the 70s, we did thousands of acres of rye to no-till corn back then with Paraquat. My question is do you have any thing that will burn down like Paraquat?
AWe do apologize but Paraquat is not a product that we have carried so are not familiar with it to compare it to Eraser 41%. It can take up to 2 weeks for Eraser to completely kill a weed depending on the rate used and the weed you are trying to control.
06/19/2015 Josh from Charlotte Nc
QCan I mix Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide with Talstar P?
AThe Eraser product label does not state that it can be tank mixed with other products and applied at the same time. Most of the time tank mixing shouldnt be a problem so long as you perform a tank mix test first to make sure no adverse reactions occur in the tank-ie:color change, clumping, bubbling, etc. Per the Talstar P label for mixing: The following procedure is recommended for preparation of a new tank mix, unless specified otherwise in label directions: (1) Add wettable powders to tank water, (2) Agitate, (3) Add liquids and flowables, (4) Agitate, (5) Add emulsifiable concentrates, and (6) Agitate. If a mixture is found to be incompatible following this order of addition, try reversing the order of addition, or increase the volume of water.
05/18/2015 Steven from Fredericksburg Tx.
QHow much Eraser do I need to mix in my 2 gallon sprayer to spray Bermuda grass.
AYou want to mix approx. 3-4 oz Eraser per 2 gallons water.
05/06/2015 Deborah from La Grange
QWhat is the difference between Martins Eraser A/P and Eraser 41?
AThe difference between the Eraser A/P and Eraser 41% is the the Eraser A/P has an Agricultural label. Both are by Martins.
03/29/2015 Ricky from Greenbrier
QHow long after spraying of weeds until I can plant Black Berry Vines?
And after application what is time frame before grass and weeds have to be treated again.
AEraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide will last about two weeks in the soil after an application. You will be able to reseed two weeks after your treatment. The label states it can prevent regrowth of weeds applied to for up to one year. You may use Round Up Quick Pro for spot treatments in between your applications of Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide if needed. Round up does not leach or translocate through the soil so it will not affect nearby plants.
03/27/2015 Bill from Glencoe,al
QWhy do green thick weeds grow in the winter where Eraser has been sprayed in the summer
AEraser 41% Weed Killer is a non-selective post-emergent herbicide that will eradicate anything sprayed directly only. It does not leave a residual and will not prevent new weeds from growing.
01/27/2015 Drena from Vero Beach, Fl
QGot Eraser on my skin and the skin is black and partially missing
What should I do about this
AWhen Eraser is used as directed per the MSDS:
The product is only slightly toxic and only slightly irritating as shown by toxicity studies if skin contact is made.
We would recommend contacting your doctor with the MSDS we have linked or SafetyCall International 1-(866) 897-8050 as listed on the MSDS for further information.
QI have put too much Eraser 41% around my trees and I think that it is killing them.
Is there anything that I can do to stop the effects of the eraser?
AEraser 41% when applied too heavily can harm trees/plant near the area. We recommend to contact Control Solutions 281-892-2500 for further help trouble shooting.