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Fipronil is one of the newest names on the market for pest control, effective in the elimination of ants, roaches, termites, and other common pests. This Phenylpyrazole family insecticide packs a powerful punch, with a projected kill rate of up to 95% of ants and roaches within just 3 to 5 days.
Fipronil’s unique cascading effect eliminates entire colonies.
While most ingredients on the market are designed to kill household pests immediately upon contact, fipronil is unique in that it is a slow-acting poison which allows the poisoned insect time to return to the colony and spread the poison to others, resulting in more effective colony elimination.
Fipronil works through both contact and ingestion.
Fipronil has been classified by the EPA as low hazard to humans, dogs, and cats.
Many of our customers have expressed concern as to the safety of applying products containing fipronil in areas used by children and pets. In actuality, there is a higher percentage of the active ingredient fipronil used in Frontline dog collars (used to control fleas and ticks) than is contained in either Termidor or MaxForce pest control products.
Fipronil based ant gels: MaxForce vs. Combat
In the US, professional strength ant fipronil based gels are sold under the MaxForce brand which you can purchase over the internet via the DoMyOwnPestControl.com website. The consumer strength is sold under the Combat brand name.
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We sell professional do it yourself pest control (diy), exterminator and
extermination insecticide, pesticide, chemical and bug killer treatment
products to spray, eliminate and exterminate pests.
Many of our products are not available in stores
such as Home Depot, Walmart or Lowes.