Teresa from Batesville, Mississippi writes,
If Tri-Die was sprayed all over my whole house in floors, walls, furniture, cabinets, etc., is it safe?
This guy came out to treat my home for brown recluse spiders. We had moved into our home and brought things from storage which contained the spiders. The guy absolutely covered the entire house with TRIDIE! I thought he was just going to spray cracks and crevices. He told us it was not safe to go back home for two days and nights. We went back home and our entire home, furniture, clothes, electronics, food in cabinets, just everything had a thick white powder on it. My home has been destroyed! Cleanup will take months!It looks like baby powder has been dumped all over my home. The floors are all white with powder and it's settled on the walls, light fixtures, window blinds and curtains.
Unfortunately we cannot comment on work done by a pest control company. We can tell you that the product label instructions are law and the product label is available for you to review on our website. The product label does dictate that the product should be used in cracks, crevices, voids and small spot applications. If you feel like these product label instructions were violated we recommend you call your local health department right away.†
We can also tell that the product label does not indicate that you must be out of your home for 2 days or nights when used as directed.†
Tri Die product label:†http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/msds/TriDie Label 02212013.pdf
Answer last updated on: 04/03/2015