Pictures of bottles on the Fog RX box above are recommended products to use with this fogger. No fogging solution is included.
Bonides Fog RX Insect thermal fogger is produces a dense fog that will permeate foliage, cracks, crevices and other insect hiding place. Quickly collapses insect populations, leaving a safe pest free environment without pesticide residue. Propane powered. Recommended for use in conjunction with Bonide Bug Beater for an effective method of controling mosquitos, flies, gnats and moths. Can be used with other liquid insecticide fogging products. See our thermal fogging page for more information.
|Dimensions:||15 in. L x 7 in. W x 11 1/2 in. H|
|Manufactured By:||Bonide (UPC: 037321004202)|
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30 of 30 people found this review helpful:
BE AWARE only works with certain FOGGING insecticides
By Tom in charleston, SC on July 8, 2012
Don't buy this unless you are using only certain proprietary fogging insecticides. It does NOT work with common agents like pyrethin, permethrin, talstar etc. You are limited to agents such as the one marketed by th manufacturer or Black Flag, etc. But fogs like crazy with those agents.
10 of 11 people found this review helpful:
By Joe in Maryland on September 30, 2012
It's a really great unit for it's size. Fogs up great I've got a rather lage yard with horses and I'll fog it out every 4 days or so and it's bin keeping them away from my livestock.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful:
FOG RX PROPANE INSECT FOGGER
July 23, 2013
I like the fogger a lot. It works great. The first one I received did not work and I gave a bad review of the product. I received a call from a representative for DoMyOwnPestControl. They sent me a new fogger, no questions asked, and it has worked great. They told me they would be happy to help with any questions I might have about any pest problems that might come up. So if you need any help with pest control just them a call. You will not be disappointed.
9 of 10 people found this review helpful:
bonida rx propane insect fogger
August 11, 2013
I have an older model of this fogger which gets very hot but not fogging as good as it did. I new one I just got heats up but cools off when you start fogging. Have to stop and let it heat up again. I carry a propane torch to help keep the coils heated or I have to stop and let the unit heat up again. If you don't, it does not fog like it should and it just a waste of time and money
7 of 10 people found this review helpful:
July 29, 2013
Have used the Fogger RX with great effect. Makes consistent fog and has dispersed the insecticide evenly. The only note I feel should be added to the instructions is that mineral oil is recommended in solutions from concentrate. The positive in that is the customer service of Do My Own Pest Control was very helpful and passed those instructions when I called. I also asked about cleaning between uses and it was stated that it should be flushed. I have recommended this unit and DMOPC to friends and neighboring ranches.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
Very effective and simple with some maintenance.
By Jason in Liberty, MO on July 13, 2014
I have been using this fogger with Pyrocide 300 for a several weeks. If you use the right cylinder, fogging agent and perform some basic maintenance you'll be good to go. My first mistake was using the lantern type propane cylinder which does NOT produce optimum heating and generates a flare. I have no idea why, but the longer torch cylinder generates a better burn. The difference is night and day. After about 10 uses, the nozzle became clogged. Just unscrew it and clean in paint thinner with pipe cleaner or wire. Supposedly you are supposed to flush after each use, but I can't find instructions for that.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful:
BEST BANG ! FOR YOURE BUCK.
By James in prescott,mich,. on July 21, 2014
Just so simple to use. Dont for get too let it warm up first! Be for you start to fog.
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August 22, 2011Bill from Ct asked:
QWhat is the effective range of Fog RX Propane Insect Fogger application in trees?
Would like to control mosquitoes in for an outdoor event in our 4 acre field surrounded by 60 maple trees and some brush.
AThe propane insect fogger is really a small fogger and does not have a very long range. It is meant for up close treatment, meaning you will only be able to fog lower lying bushes, shrubs and trees. However, mosquitoes usually stay close to the ground on lower foliage so this should not be a problem. You do have to cover the entire area though....the fog will not travel very far typically with wind and other factors that can direct it away from the surfaces you would like to cover.
March 14, 2012Kyle from Brooklyn, Ny asked:
QWhat type of propane tank is needed for use with the Fog RX Propane Insect Fogger? Insecticide?
I have an approx 1000sf garden that is overrun with aggressive mosquitoes! Need something like this (I think) to make my garden usable again. RE propane: what exactly do I need? A small tank? RE repellant: do you carry the mosquito repellant recommended on the box? RE usage: Not sure how easy it is for me to get propane where I live so curious if you have this on sale as well... please advise whenever you have a moment.
AWe do not carry the small propane tanks that are required for use with the Fog RX Propane Insect Fogger but most hardware stores and big box stores do carry them and they are pretty readily available. You can check with your local stores before purchase to make sure they carry the 14.1 oz tall style propane cylinders that are required (3 inches in diameter x 10.5 inches long). Do NOT use the shorter 16 oz lantern style cylinders as they are known to cause flare ups or uncontrolled burn. You can learn more about using the fogger by reading the product label which we linked in this answer for your convenience but which is always available on the Fog RX Propane Insect Fogger product page on our site under the picture of the product. We do carry the Bonide Bug Beater Lawn and Garden Fogging solution that is recommend on the fogger box.
March 20, 2012Lisa from Deltona, Florida asked:
QIs Fog RX Propane Insect Fogger safe to use around pets?
AFog RX Propane Insect Fogger can safely be used around pets (with products that are labeled for use in the fogger). Pets should be out of the area while you are using the fogger and they can safel return to the treated areas within an hour or two.
May 29, 2013Paul from Alexandria, Va asked:
QDoes Shockwave fogging concentrate work in the Fog RX Propane Insect Fogger?
June 18, 2015John from Scott, Louisiana asked:
QDoes the Fog RX Propane Fogger have a built-in igniter or do you have to use another means of propane ignition?
AThere is an igniter in the coils on the front of the fogging device and all that is needed is a propane tank to be attached to the back of the unit for the fuel for the unit to work.
April 15, 2013John from Circleville, Ohio asked:
QWhat insecticide do you recommend to use with the fogger for Mosquitos?
ABonide Bug Beater Lawn and Garden Fogger is the product the manufacturer recommends you use in their device.
May 14, 2014Hector from Mexicali, Mexico asked:
QMay I use a desinfectant on this fogger? and please give me some products names please.
AThe manufacturer only recommends the Bug Beater to be applied in the Fog RX Propane Insect Fogger. We do carry the Commander Jet Fogger that you can disperse other products including a disinfectant for sanitation.
May 18, 2014Benjamin from Washington Dc asked:
QCan you use Riptide 5% and Essentria IC3 with this fogger?
March 8, 2014Greg from Laurens, Sc asked:
QCan the Fog RX Propane Insect Fogger be used in the crawl space?
AIt is not recommended to use thermal foggers such as the Fog RX Propane Insect Fogger, indoors because of the risk of flame-ups. However, we have the Fogmaster Jr which is an ULV fogger that may work well for fogging your crawlspace depending on the size.