FenvaStar EcoCap is a microencapsulated product containing Esfenvalerate (3.5%). Featuring the EcoCap technology FenvaStar EcoCap is made using a renewable vegetable oil instead of petroleum resulting in almost no odor and no VOCs. This enviromentally responsible pest control product will still quickly knockdown pests including ants, bedbugs, roaches, mosquitoes, stinkbugs, fleas, stinging insects, flies, stored product insects, and a variety of other plant and structural pests (see label for full details).
FenvaStar EcoCap is labeled for use both indoors and outdoors, in food and non-food areas, animal premises, turf, and structural uses (see label for full details). FenvaStar EcoCap demonstrates exceptional residual and knockdown activity even when exposed to sunshine and rain.
|Active Ingredient:||Esfenvalerate - 3.5%|
|Target pests:||Ants (including fire ants), aphids, asian lady beetles, bedbugs, beetles, boxelder bugs, carpet beetles, carpenter bees, centipedes, cockroaches, crickets, dog ticks, earwigs, firebrats, fleas, mealy bugs, midges, millipedes, mites, pillbugs, psocids, scales, silverfish, spiders, springtails, swarming termites, ticks and waterbugs, Flying Pests. Biting and Stinging Pests. Stored Product Pests. Livestock Premise Pests. Wood-Destroying Pests. Plant Pests. See label for complete listing.|
|For use in:||For control of insects, indoors and outdoors, in food and non-food areas such as, but not limited to: homes, schools, warehouses, office buildings, apartment buildings, theatres, hotels, industrial buildings, motels, kennels, livestock housing, food processing plants, food service establishments, restaurants, supermarkets and grocery stores, transportation equipment, truck trailers, railroad cars, and food manufacturing and warehousing establishments. Also for use on backyards, lawns, trees, ornamental landscaping, recreational areas, parks and athletic fields. Barrier broadcast applications on siding, etc for insects like stink bugs and kudzu bugs. Indoor flea treatments on carpet as well as the ability to treat matresses and box springs. See label for complete listing.|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed.|
|Yield:||1-2 oz. per gallon will treat 1,000 sq ft|
|Special Features:||LEED Tier 2 Pesticide|
|Manufactured By:||Rockwell Labs (Manufacturer Product Number: LGFC008)|
How FenvaStar EcoCap Works
FenvaStar EcoCap is a liquid insecticide concentrate with the active ingredient Esfenvalerate. Esfenvalerate is a synthetic pyrethroid, a man-made insecticide created to mimic the chemical properties of naturally occurring pyrethrins. FenvaStar EcoCap also has the advantage of microencapsulation, meaning the product is a concentrated suspension with millions of tiny capsules containing the active ingredient. When insects come into contact with the spray or residual left from applying FenvaStar EcoCap, they pick up the tiny capsules on the hairs on their legs and bodies, and the esfenvalerate attacks the central nervous system of the insects, causing paralysis and eventual death.
FenvaStar EcoCap Target Pests
Ants, aphids, Asian lady beetles, bedbugs, beetles, boxelder bugs, carpenter ants, centipedes, cockroaches, crickets, earwigs, firebrats, fleas, mealybugs, millipedes, mites, pillbugs, psocids, scales, silverfish, spiders, springtails, ticks, flying pests, biting and stinging pests, stored product pests, plant pests
PESTS CONTROLLED WITH FENVASTAR ECOCAP: Ants (including fire ants), aphids, asian lady beetles, bedbugs, bees, beetles, biting flies, blow flies, boxelder bugs, carpet beetles, centipedes, chiggers, clothes moths, cockroaches, crane flies, crickets, deer flies, deer ticks, dog ticks, earwigs, face flies, firebrats, fleas, fruit flies, fungus gnats, gnats, horn flies, houseflies, hornets, lice, mealy bugs, midges, millipedes, mites, mosquitoes, pillbugs, psocids, scales, scorpions, silverfish, small flying moths, spiders, springtails, swarming termites, ticks, wasps, waterbugs, whiteflies, yellow jackets; Stored Product Pests: Angoumois grain moths, ants, cadelles, cigarette beetles, confused flour beetles, dark mealworms, dried fruit beetles, drugstore beetles, flat grain beetles, fruit flies, grain mites, grain moths, granary weevils, indian meal moths, lesser grain borers, maize weevils, meal moth larvae, Mediterranean flour moths, merchant grain beetles, red flour beetles, rice weevils, rusty grain beetles, saw-toothed grain beetles, skippers, spider beetles, spider mites, square-necked grain beetles, tobacco moths, yellow mealworms; Livestock Premise Pests: Bedbugs, carrion beetles, chiggers, darkling beetles (lesser mealworm), deer flies, face flies, fleas, flies, hide beetles, horn flies, horse flies, lice, litter beetles, mites, mosquitoes, stable flies; Wood-Destroying Pests: Carpenter ants, carpenter bees, deathwatch beetles, furniture beetles, old house borers, powder post beetles, round-headed house borers, swarming termites; Plant Pests: Alfalfa caterpillars, artichoke plum moth, American plum borers, annual bluegrass weevils, aphids, apple maggots, armyworms, bagworms, balsam woolly adelgids, beet armyworms, billbugs, blueberry spanworms, cherry fruit flies, cherry fruitworms, chinch bugs, codling moths, cowpea curculios, cranberry fruitworms, cranberry weevils, cucumber beetles, cutworms, diamondback moths, elm leaf beetles, european pine sawflies, fall webworms, filbert worms, flea beetles, grasshoppers, green cloverworms, green fruitworms, gypsy moth caterpillars, hickory shuckworms, imported cabbageworms, Japanese beetles, lace bugs, leaf feeding caterpillars, leaf miners, leaf rollers, leaf tiers, leafhoppers, lesser appleworms, lesser peach tree borers, loopers, lygus bugs, Mexican bean beetles, mites, mole crickets, naval orangeworms, northern pine weevils, oriental fruit moths, painted lady caterpillars, pea weevils, peach tree borers, peach twig borers, pear psyllid, pear slugs, pecan leaf phylloxera, pecan nut casebearers, pecan spittlebugs, pecan stem phylloxera, pecan weevils, pepper weevils, periodical cicadas, pickelworms, pillbugs, pine chafers, pine coreid bugs, plant bugs, plum curculios, red pine sawflies, red-striped fireworms, red-headed pine sawflies, rindworms, salt marsh caterpillars, sap beetles, scales, sod webworms, sowbugs, spiders, spittlebugs, stink bugs, tarnished plant bugs, tent caterpillars, thrips, tobacco hornworms, tufted apple bud moths, velvet bean caterpillars, walnut husk flies, western bean cutworms, whiteflies
Target Uses of FenvaStar EcoCap
FenvaStar EcoCap is an excellent choice for general, broad-spectrum insect control as a perimeter barrier outdoors and crack and crevice or spot treatment indoors. FenvaStar EcoCap has low odor and no VOCs, making it ideal for more sensitive accounts and situations where multiple treatments may need to be made, such as for bedbugs. Microencapsulation makes FenvaStar EcoCap a great choice to treat flying pests such as mosquitoes or carpenter bees, or for use in areas exposed to direct sunlight. FenvaStar EcoCap is also labeled for use for many common livestock pests and plant pests. With its broad list of target pests and usage sites, FenvaStar EcoCap eliminates the need for multiple products for a variety of jobs.
ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Esfenvalerate 3.5%
FenvaStar EcoCap Application Instructions
Shake well before using. When mixing, add approximately half the required water to spray tank and then add appropriate amount of concentrate. Agitate and slowly add the remaining water. Agitate spray thoroughly before using and also occasionally during use to ensure dispersion. Use 1-2 ounces of concentrate per gallon of water and apply with a hand pump sprayer. Apply 2-second bursts of spray per square foot of area being treated. Avoid excessive application. Dampen surfaces but not to the point of saturation or run-off. Repeat applications as needed, but do not exceed more than one application every seven days (most applications; do not exceed more than one application every 14 days in food handling establishments).
***DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCTS AS A FOGGER OR APPLY IT AS A SPACE SPRAY!***
*Always read the product label completely before use.
An 8 ounce bottle yields 4-8 gallons of finished solution. One gallon (128 oz.) bottle yields 64-128 gallons of finished solution.
Standard Application Dilution rates / Mixing Ratios for FenvaStar EcoCap:
*1 fl. oz. (30mL)/gal. of water – 0.025% - general use, maintenance, prevention
*2 fl. oz. (60mL)/gal. of water – 0.05% - heavy infestations, initial clean out; stinging insects
*0.2-2.0 fl. oz./gal. of water or in sufficient water to cover 1,000 sq. ft. – broadcast or foliar spray of ornamental trees, landscapes, lawns, and turf
1 gallon of finished solution typically covers 1,000 square feet. Higher volume applications may be used for outdoor treatments such as broadcast lawn treatments or foliar applications in mosquito breeding sites. See product label for complete instructions for outdoor applications.
FenvaStar EcoCap is for use in the following areas:
For control of insect, indoors and outdoors, in food and non-food areas such as, but not limited to: homes, schools, warehouses, office buildings, apartment buildings, theaters, hospitals, hotels, industrial buildings, motels, kennels; livestock housing such as barns, cow and calf pens and hutches, dairy barns and milk rooms, hog barns, horse barns, sheep barns, poultry houses, rabbit hutches; food processing plants; food service establishments including, but not limited to restaurants, meat processing plants, supermarkets and grocery stores, bakeries, food manufacturing and processing establishments, and food warehousing establishments; transportation equipment, truck trailers, railroad cars, warehouses. Also for use on backyards, lawns, trees, ornamental landscaping, recreational areas, parks and athletic fields.
Mix and spray according to Application Instructions above. For crawling pests indoors: Apply as a course, wet spray to surfaces where pests are normally found. Treat floors, baseboards, around doors and windows, in attics, crawl spaces, eaves, corners, closets, walls, utility pipes, storage areas, cracks and crevices. Treat underneath sinks, dishwashers, refrigerators, stoves, the underside of shelves, drawers, cabinets, areas behind pipes, and in all places where these insects shelter. Contact as many insects as possible with direct spray. Repeat applications as needed, but do not exceed more than one application every 7 days.
To control bedbugs: Thoroughly clean and sanitize mattresses and box springs. Treat mattress and box springs with an approved pesticide. Apply FenvaStar EcoCap as a spot treatment to potential harborage sites and migration paths, and crack and crevices, around baseboards, floorboards, headboards, and walls.
Mix and spray according to Application Instructions above. Treating exterior walls, foundations, and structures: To control infestations of listed pests, treat exterior surfaces of buildings, walls, window frames, around garbage cans, eaves, cracks and crevices, porches, decks, gazebos, patios, carports, garages, fence lines, and other areas where pests are active or may be hiding. To help prevent insect infestation of buildings, treat a 2-6 food band of soil or other substrate adjacent to buildings. Treat building foundation to a height of 2-3 feet. Treat exterior walls, eaves, cracks and crevices, and other areas where pests are active and may find entrance into the building. Alternate mixing directions are to use 4-8 fl. oz. of concentrate per 50 gallons of water.
Use lower rate range for turf pests that are commonly exposed and will be contacted by spray solution at the time of application. For pests that will not be contacted by spray solution at the time of application, use the upper rate range. Use 2 fl. oz. per 1,000 sq. ft. when treating mole crickets and chinch bugs.
For yellow jacket control, FenvaStar EcoCap can be mixed with baits in traps. Follow trap instructions for preparation of bait.
*See product label for complete outdoor application instructions.
FenvaStar EcoCap Features
*Microencapsulation ensures long-lasting residual, even in sunshine and rain.
*Almost no odor, and no VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds).
*Broad-spectrum labeling for many common pests and use in a large variety of locations.
*Labeled for use in food handling establishments.
*Rated as a LEED Tier 2 Pesticide.
*Convenient tip-and-pour bottles accommodate easy measuring and mixing.
*May be tank mixed with an IGR such as NyGuard IGR or other pesticides unless expressly prohibited by the label.
*Simple dilution rates are easy to remember.
Extra Tips for Using FenvaStar EcoCap
*Always shake well before mixing.
*Store out of direct sunlight and extreme temperatures.
*Only dilute with water.
*Do not apply directly to pets. Keep pets and children out of treatment area until product has dried.
*Do not exceed more than one application every 7 days.
*Do not apply with hand held or truck mounted cold aerosol ULV sprayers and thermal fogging devices.
*Lawn or turf grass should be mowed 1-2 days before spraying.
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19 of 19 people found this review helpful:
By Bughater on October 23, 2012
I purchased this item to get rid of bed bugs, I can not report on long term use, because I just used it yesterday but I can tell you it works and it works fast. It has no odor, I used it with gallon sprayer as recommended and I added Gentrol IGR into the mix, since this was my first time application I used 2 fluid ounce instead of 1 fluid ounce to prevent re infestation of bedbugs. After a mix , fluid is milky color but it dries clear without leaving any stains. By the time I ordered this product I am confident I had already eliminated at least all adult ones using a steam cleaner (almost everyday) for past six weeks, DE, 90% alcohol, Clorox, Bedlam Plus, and combination of Essential Oils in steamer such as Clove oil, Pepermint, Orange oil, Rosemary and Cedar oil. I put 10 drops of each to 32 ounce water, I than add 1 fluid ounce of this mixture to the water that I put in the steamer. Not only vapor alone kills the baby ones readily, the steam comes out dryer with more pressure force than when used water alone. I live in a condominium where the whole complex has bed bug problems, there for I have no choice but keep using products such as this one to prevent re- infestation. The reason I say this about a week ago while I was steam cleaning my carpets I lifted the clear plastic mat that was under the front entrance door, I discovered 5 adult dead bedbugs that got stuck between the carpet and the mat! I than realized they are coming just like everyone else, from the front door. After I sprayed along the base boards and cracks even the kitchen with FenvaStar, I sprayed front of my door and the hall way and front of neighbors door while no one was looking. About 20 minutes later when I walked in to my kitchen I saw 2 adult dead roach on the floor that I didn't even know that I had. The next day (which is today) my neighbors knocked on the door to show me the dead adult bedbugs that they found right along where I sprayed. So I can tell you this product works and I hope it will keep on working. From an experience one more thing I have to add, when you treat the infested area such as your mattress or couch, if you do not treat the carpet underneath at the same time, you are guaranteed to get re infestation, you have to steam it the way you steam your mattress and steam wash your whole carpet as soon as possible. The young bedbugs hide inside the carpet, you can't see them, but you will see them in your dirty water when cleaning your carpets. When washing clothes use Clorox and add cup of distilled vinegar to rinse water to kill all eggs, also add vinegar while steam cleaning carpets. Bed bugs are very psychologically draining, and depressing, I agree with most reviews on this site you have to use combination of products, I doubt if one product alone will get rid of them. This one works and reasonably priced!
14 of 15 people found this review helpful:
Updating: Promise delivered!
By Nurten on October 28, 2012
Five days after the first application, I started wondering how come I can't even see just one bed bug, I know I have eliminated the adult ones but every evening I go around the infested part of the apartment with a magnifier glass and able to find the colorless little ones, before steaming them.(By the way not all colorless ones can be seen with a naked eye, they may appear as little as salt grain, but they move!) I had only used this product only along the base boards cracks and crevices and only very lightly wood part of the under the sofa and box mattress, being careful not saturating the fabric (while I was putting it I was not sure if it was going to stain or not at the time). This morning I turned over my sofa, (which is the most infested part in the apartment) I found over dozen bright red dead bed bugs along the wood casing, I would say they were the size of ranging from 2nd 3rd and 4th in star nymph,( I collected few and looked at them with a magnifier), very strangely, out of all the places, I also found few on the carpet that is front of the Bathroom, I had been seeing them while I was vacuuming but I had dismissed them as red lint from the towel. After finding the ones under the sofa, I again found some in that area and looked again , yes they were dead bed bugs. I did not use vinegar while steam washing that part of the carpet because I had ran out of vinegar, I will definitely go get another gallon and steam wash that part again. There you go, this product once again earned my FULL SEAL OF APPROVAL and I approve this massage!
6 of 7 people found this review helpful:
Great Bed Bug Defense in Public Hallway
By Jade on March 5, 2013
All right, I have written about the wonders and joy of BedLam on the inside of my apartment to rid me of bedbugs, but FenvaStar EcoCap mixed with Gentrol is my secret weapon against re-infestation from my bug bombing infested neighbors next door on both sides of my apartment. I am in Chicago, and we are having major bed bug issues. In my building, we didn't get infested until 2 months ago and all of the neighbors on our side of the floor were getting bites. Needless to say, the new people that moved in 3 months ago moved in infested. But instead of contacting the building, they bug bomb each weekend and boy can you tell. Every weekend, around sunday night, the bed bugs start showing up on the walls in the hallway and under my door, and there I am on Sunday night spraying....and vacumming the pile of carnage by Monday morning. So after talking to my manager, getting quotes, they said they can't do anything unless they call to have them spray and they haven't called. Now imagine one neighbor on one side bombing and the other neighbor on the other side doing nothing...bed bugs coming in through the pipes. In comes FenvaStar EcoCap and Gentrol and my beloved plant pump sprayer. Sprayed my perimeter, under the sink, my whole front door, around the front door and in the corners of the wall. Took it one step further, snuck out at 2am to the hallway and sprayed my neighbors door on both sides, the perimeter and the hallway walls. Now I still hear my neighbors stomping and vaccumming but no more bugs in the hallway or in my bathroom sink, and barely anything under my front door..I just re-spray every 2 weeks. I finally let my manager in on what I was doing, and he loved it and is now recommending gentrol to his pest control company that sprays. Whew! But to this day, the neighbors haven't been treated so I'll be a loyal customer till somthing knocks these bedbugs out! Thanks! :)
5 of 6 people found this review helpful:
It really worked!!!
By Iris on March 7, 2013
I have been hearing that New York had a bed bug problem but was not worried about it. I was sitting at my computer when I began getting bites on my arms. Mosquitoes love me and I was sure that was what it was. Shortly after my mother in law wanted her bed flipped. OH MY GOD,I have never seen anything like it. Big reddish brown bugs, all in the creases and folds of the mattress. My mother in law's room is next to mine. My computer desk is against the wall that separate the two rooms. I really didn't know what to do. Ever so slowly I began to get bitten in my bed. I could not sleep at night and I had strong reactions to the bites. I could not afford an exterminator so I got online and found this website. I did as the product instructed me too and the biting was reduced to about 95%. It says you can reapply in 2 weeks. So I did it again after about 20 days because I am a little afraid of chemicals. Now no bed bugs! I have such peace of mind now because this product is enough to apply 8x. So if they should come back I will be ready. I would like to add that I also mixed in Gentrol IGR Concentrate. Also the Chapin 1 Gallon Pump sprayer works really well.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful:
very good product
July 22, 2013
I had the worst infestation of bed bugs and ants. I payed $540 to exterminater for nothing. Until I found this product I never had a good night sleep first time yesterday. so don't waste your $ on nothing else .
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
By Michael on November 22, 2013
I have worked for a bit over three years in the pest control industry. This is the product I use to treat my apartment.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
A professional Review
By M. on December 13, 2013
I worked in Commercial Pest control for many years. There are many good products on the market but I have chosen FenvaStar EcoCap as the product to treat my home. It's very flexible. For general maintenance I use 1 ounce per gallon. For the busier "bug season" I bump it to 2 ounces per gallon. It's encapsulated which means it's easier for the insect to get a lethal dose on him. It's so easy to treat your own home! Get a sprayer, gloves and eye protection and DO IT YOURSELF! Working for people like ORKIN pest control left a bad taste in my mouth for the pest control industry in general. They view customers as cattle with purses. Everything they use you can buy here and save a ton of money. This product works! It's in a small container so you'll be able to use it up before it goes bad. Read the label and DO IT YOURSELF! :-)
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
By Sirita on December 19, 2013
Great product easy to use gets to the point eliminating the problem early before an infestation occurs
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Kills better than exterminators
By Sari on January 6, 2014
Moved into a ground-floor apartment attached to an outdoor garden and was suffering from a huge roach problem, as well as a hoard of other bugs (ants, spiders, beetles, and unidentifiable bugs)... our building had regular visits by an exterminator every month that barely had any effect so we came here and looked around for something that would get em all. Chose this, and I was really worried it would be really difficult to use, but it was really really simple!! Just move furnature away from the walls, clean the floor and baseboards, mix some of this with water in the spray tank, then spray along the baseboards around the room, behind the fridge and by the doors... then leave for an hour while it dries. When its dry its safe for pets to come in (we have three cats)... after two months of spraying every two weeks ALL the bugs are gone completely and we had been swarming in them before. We saw less and less each time! SO much cheaper than exterminators and worked so much better. I shared this info with my neighbors and friends who are now really really happy and bug free too. KILLS EVERY BUG and it's worth it. (PS: we also used Gentrol IGR concentrate in the brown bottle with this, you can just pour it into the sprayer with this stuff)
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March 6, 2013Jade from Chicago, Il asked:
QCan I use FenvaStar to treat the carpet for bed bug nymphs?
I'm currently living in an apartment complex and both apartments next to mine to the right and left of me are infested. The tenants are bug bombing and they are now coming through the drain pipes and fenvastar is working great to kill them there. I did a perimeter spray with FenvaStar, but I want to know if I can also treat the carpet? Not saturating it of couse due to the water but a light misting?
AThere really is no need to treat the whole carpet with Fenvastar for bedbugs. If the bedbugs do move through the walls into your apartment they will pass through the product that you applied around the perimeter and be killed. If you feel you must spray the carpets Fenvastar is labeled to be used as a broadcast spray over carpeted areas.
March 12, 2013Jr from Des Moines Iowa asked:
QCan I make half gallon instead of full gallon of FenvaStar if I think I wont use all of it?
AAbsolutely. You will simply use half of the recommended usage rate for the 1/2 gallon of water.
February 5, 2013Jen from Bklyn, Ny asked:
QIs the FenvaStar EcoCap safe for mattresses?
Can you lightly spray a mattress and then cover with a bedbug cover?
AFenvaStar Eco Cap is not labeled to be sprayed on mattresses. Instead you should consider using Bedlam or Bedlam plus as they are both labeled specifically for this type of application.
December 3, 2012Slide7 from New York, Ny asked:
QIs this product available to New York?
AFenvaStar Eco Cap is indeed New York approved and can be shipped to residents in New York.
October 16, 2013Julia asked:
QDoes this product leave a residual? How long will that last for bedbugs?
A FenvaStar EcoCap has a 30 day outdoor residual and 90 day indoor residual for most insect treatments. For bedbugs, we recommend treating weekly along with other products in our Bedbug Control Kits, heat, and vacuuming. I have included a couple of links to bedbug treatment articles for additional information. http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/how-to-get-rid-of-bed-bugs-a-109.html http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/bed-bug-control-t-2.html
FenvaStar EcoCap has a 30 day outdoor residual and 90 day indoor residual for most insect treatments. For bedbugs, we recommend treating weekly along with other products in our Bedbug Control Kits, heat, and vacuuming. I have included a couple of links to bedbug treatment articles for additional information.
May 9, 2013Desperate from New Have, Ct asked:
QIs my Carpet Beetle treatment working?
Since the discovery of my carpet beetle infestation, a little over a month ago, I have been treating every 2 weeks with Fenvastar with IGR added to it. I've sprayed, vacuumed, inspected, & ripped apart EVERY part of my home. When I 1st began treatment I found beetles, larvae & lots & lots of cast skins but since then I haven't really found any of that except for 2/3 beetles the day before my 2nd treatment & 3 beetles the day I did the 3rd treatment. But the damage to my furniture, rugs & clothing have absolutely skyrocketed!! At first I thought it was because I was just more aware of the whole situation so that's why I was noticing it more, but now that I just finished my 3rd treatment (& have trimmed/cleaned up the damaged things along the way) I am still finding all new damage but with NO evidence of any larvae. Am I missing something/somewhere while treating? (Keep in mind I have vacuumed & sprayed every possible place I read where they like to go & any other places I can think of (Their cast skins were in some pretty strange places).. Including inside all upholstered furniture, mattress & box spring & underneath all rugs) Or is this normal? & if so when can I expect to finally get some relief from these pests? I am afraid to let ANYTHING out of a plastic bag or sealed container. And it seems that no item (natural or synthetic) is safe. There is visible damage to everything and anything. I vacuum thoroughly every single day and have washed & dried every article of clothing I own at least a dozen times. I am physically & mentally exhausted! I've found hundreds of articles & information online about carpet beetle identification, treatment & control but nothing about what to expect before, during and after.... Am I doing it all wrong or does this sound like a typical infestation that will be fixed with time?? Also I recently read somewhere that if you wash your clothes w/Borax & the larvae eat it they will die... is there any truth to this because I saw 1 lonely article about it & that was it. Thank you sooo much for ANY help you can lend to ending this nightmare!
AIt does not sound like you are doing anything wrong. It does take quite some time to fully eradicate carpet beetles. This is because the life cycle has to be stopped. That is done through the efforts you are making vacuuming daily, treating every two weeks, using an IGR. Alot of times if items are too infested or damaged, it requires discarding those items to help eradicate the beetles. You may also want to think about using a dust like Delta Dust to apply in wall voids such as outlets, light switches, cracks and crevices, where a liquid cannot be used. We recommend to keep checking to see if you are missing larvae somewhere. Check in corners of drawers, closets, if your carpet can be pulled up at the corner check there. Please let us know if you have any further questions 866-581-7378.
June 24, 2013David from Duluth, Ga asked:
QCan you mix this product with NyGuard IGR?
AAbsolutely! NyGuard IGR can be mixed with any insecticide.
June 16, 2013David from Germantown Md asked:
QNeed a safe plan to remove bugs from the basement silverfish, spiders, chricket,milliped, more.
Need a safe plan to remove bugs from the basement silverfish, spiders, chricket,milliped, more. Cats and Marine fish in basement need safe chemical to treat preferable organic and must be safe for baby too. Would like to get an idea of the equipment, chemical, how to apply, and frequency of application. Please make recommendation.
AYou could use a natural product like Fenvastar Eco cap This product is labeled to treat all of the pest you listed and is safe for people and pets to be around after the area has dried. Fenvastar ECoCap is virtually odorless, the fish will be safe.
October 2, 2013Ma asked:
QDoes FenvaStar EcoCap have a residual kill effect on bed bugs?
Is it safe to apply using a smaller handheld spray bottle?
AFenvastar EcoCap does have a residual but when treating bedbugs you will reapply every 2 weeks using a standard pump sprayer. We do not recommend that you use a regular squirt bottle for Fenvastar EcoCap applications because the application will not be even.
October 9, 2013Dan from Bronx, N.y. asked:
QIs FenvaStar EcoCap very effective on backyard mosquito infestation?
AFenvastar EcoCap is labeled to be broadcast on your lawn, shrubs, tree leaves and other listed areas for mosquito control. It is diluted 1 fl oz per gallon of water per 1,000 sq ft and you will apply monthly. The application of pesticide products in your mosquito management program will be most effective when existing conditions that are supporting the target population are eliminated. Exclusion and Source Reduction are both significant elements of total mosquito management.
Exclusion : Source Reduction (get rid of standing water!):
Source Reduction (get rid of standing water!):
June 22, 2013David from Nc asked:
QIs Fenvastar EcoCap a generic Onslaught? Is it no or very low odor?
AFenvaStar EcoCap is not a generic of Onslaught. Fenvastar EcoCap is microencapsulated like that of Onslaught, but uses environmentally responsible technology.
January 22, 2014Debi asked:
QI live in Az . I want to kill all pests, including scorpions and cockroaches. Is Fenvestar ok to use monthly?
AFenvastar can be used monthly for general pest control in AZ. It is microencapsulated, which makes for a longer lasting residual and easier for pest to pick up on their bodies. You can reapply every 14-30 days indoors and out.