Martins Permethrin 10% is labeled for both indoor and outdoor use. Martins Permethrin 10% can also be used on large animals, swine, poultry, and dogs. Martins Permethrin 10% controls horn flies, face flies, lice and ticks, with a residual activity lasting up to 28 days.
|Active Ingredient:||Permethrin - 10.0%|
|Target pests:||Controls flies, fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, lice, mites, cockroaches, spiders, keds, mange, horn flies, face flies, and others listed on the label.|
|For use in:||Both indoor and outdoor use. Lawns, Cattle Barns, Swine Houses, Milk Rooms, Kennels, Poultry Houses, Horse Barns, Dairies, Milking Parlors, Feed Lots, Stables, Paddocks. Homes, And The Nonfood/Feed Areas Of Bakeries, Beverage Plants, Canneries, Flour Mills, Food Processing Plants, Grain Elevators, Grainaries, Hospitals (Non-Occupied Areas), Hotels, Motels, Industrial Installations, Kennels, Meat Packing Plants, Office Buildings, Railroad Cars, Restaurants, Schools, Shipsholds, Supermarkets, Truck Trailers, Warehouses. For use on large animals, cattle, including lactating dairy cows, horses, swine, poultry, sheep and dogs. See label for complete listing.|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed.|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||NY|
|Manufactured By:||Control Solutions (UPC: 072693450103)|
Not to be used with oil based products.
Not for use in Federally Inspected Meat and Poultry Plants.
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5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
July 1, 2013
worked well this weekend on the 2 dogs. Western KY ticks have been really bad this year. Multiple varieties including Deer, Lone star and brown ticks.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
June 9, 2013
Mosquitoes are very heavy this year. Lots of rain and wet areas, causing a bumper crop of mosquitoes. This product knocks them down in a few minutes. Working in the yard would be impossible without this product.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
Great Stuff at a great price
By Todd on November 4, 2013
I paid too much for the butt-crack pest control tech to come out to my place and attempt to maintain my home/property. After watching this bozo do a poor job and asking 20 questions about his profession, I became convinced I could do a better job myself. After researching the requirements I bought a good sprayer + respirator and now I save $100s doing the spraying myself. I only wish I had done this earlier. Permerthrin is fairly safe to use. Simply follow mix + application directions.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
Did the job quite well and shipped fast
By Re' on January 9, 2014
I needed this in a hurry (Like Yesterday) and DoMyOwnPestControl.com was the only one online that I found offering next day shipping at an extra cost. The product worked very well the first time, but I retreated the area after 7 days just to be safe and issue was resolved 100%. Martins has a great built in measurement system and for my experience both Martins Permethrin 10% and DoMyOwnPestControl.com exceeded expectations. Thank You!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
By Doug on May 30, 2014
Have been using this product for years. Kills everything inside and out. We have good stuff like scorpions, centipedes and fire ants too name a few. My local outlet closed up shop and I found DoMyOwnPestControl.com. Will be a customer for ever.
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By Ed on September 14, 2013
I got my order very quickly. The product was undamaged, and everything went fine. I am very happy with both the purchase and the price; and I would do it again in a heartbeat.
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By John on October 20, 2013
Fast shipping & price was good A-1++Will order again. Love the product
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July 23, 2013
Judy from Lakeland,fl asked:
QCan Martins Permethrin 10% be used as a dip for dogs?
A Yes, Martins Permethrin 10% can be used on dogs. Per product label: Dilute 8 ozs. in 12.5 gals. of water Thoroughly wet the animal by dipping, sponging or spraying.
Allow animal to dry in a warm place without rinsing or
toweling. Do not reapply product for two to three weeks.
Consult a veterinarian before using this product on
debilitated, aged, pregnant or nursing animals on medication.
Yes, Martins Permethrin 10% can be used on dogs.
Per product label:
Dilute 8 ozs. in 12.5 gals. of water
Thoroughly wet the animal by dipping, sponging or spraying.
April 21, 2014
John from Lynchburg, asked:
QDoes Martins Permethrin 10% have a strong odor? Does it contain petroleum distillates?
AMartins Permethrin 10% does not have a strong odor nor does it contain petroleum distillates. This product is a waterbased permethrin.
September 3, 2013
Desperate from Sc asked:
QCan be Martins Permethrin 10% used to kill roaches or bedbugs?
AYes Martins Permethrin 10% will kill roaches and or bed bugs that come in contact with the treated area. However, to eradicate roaches we also recommend using roach bait in conjunction. Please review our roach control page. We also recommend using more than one product to eradicate bed bugs too. Please review our Bed bug Control Page. Please make sure that along with your residual spary that you are are using a product in the wall voids as well like Delta Dust.
June 4, 2013
John from Hico, Texas asked:
QCan this product Martins Permethrin 10% be used in 55 gallon spray systems?
AThe label states that if using in a for or misting system for mosquitoes, flies and gnats to dilute at the rate of 1 quart of Martins permethrin per 25 gallons of water. So for 55 gallons you would use roughly 70 ounces of solution. However it does not specifically state on the label the use of a 55 gallon drum misting system so you may still want to check with the manufacturer to make sure it is okay for this type of application. You can reach Control Solutions at 1-281-892-2500.
April 26, 2014
Floyd from Tampa Fl. asked:
QI need mixing and application directions for yard.
The directions for my bottle of Martins Permethrin 10% multipurpose insecticide is missing. I am trying to apply to yard with a pump sprayer I need mixing ratio for grass lawn application.
AThoroughly wet down grass a few hours prior to applying Martins Permethrin 10%. Home lawns should be not more than 3 inches tall at the time of application. For ants, crickets, and grasshoppers use 1/2 oz per 3 gallons of water to cover 1,000 sq ft. For other listed insects use 1.5 oz in 10 gallons of water to cover 1,000 sq ft. For heavy infestations repeat application in 2 weeks.
September 22, 2014
Steve from Md asked:
QCan Martins Permethrin 10% be used on luggage in a dilution of .50%
A Martins Permethrin 10% is not labeled to be used on luggage. If Bed Bugs are your concern, we do have a few travel items that may be sprayed on luggage to kill and repel bed bugs. One of our most popular luggage spray is the Rest Easy Bed Bug Spray.
July 18, 2014
Catherine from Torrance Ca asked:
QCan Martins Permethrin 10% be used to spray clothing?
A Martins Permethrin 10% should NOT be applied to clothing. We do carry Tick Block which is specifically formulated for use on clothing. While both products do contain permethrin, the formulation of Martins Permethrin 10% contains materials that should not come into contact with your skin.
June 26, 2014 Alan asked:
QCan Martin's Permethrin 10% be used for thermal fogging with diesel?
Martin's Permethrin 10% is not labeled to be used in a fogger.
If you are looking for something to use in a thermal fogger to treat for various pests, such as mosquitoes, spiders, ants, etc., we would recommend using ULD BP-100. It is an oil based product that can be poured directly into the thermal fogger and does not need to be diluted.
June 19, 2014
Amanda from Indianapolis, In asked:
QWill Martins Permethrin 10% kill carpet beetles in the car? And, is it safe for children after it dries?
A We recommend that you get a proper identification of the beetle. It would be extremely odd to have carpet beetles in your car and in your office because they must have a food source that is of animal origin to survive and most cars and business offices do not have such a source. You should collect several samples of the insect and contact your local cooperative extension office to get an insect identification. Starting a treatment program without knowing exactly what you are dealing with is likely to lead to a treatment failure. Once you have a proper identification we would be happy to help advise you of the correct treatment.
June 18, 2014
Jackie from Proctor, Arkansas asked:
QWhat is the ratio for Martins Permethrin to spray barn and horse stalls?
January 14, 2014
Dan from Wailuku, Hi asked:
QCan Martins Permethrin 10% be sprayed in a bird cage with the birds still inside?
Martins Permethrin 10% cannot be applied in a bird cage while the birds are present inside.
September 6, 2013
Andrea from Buford, Ga asked:
QWhat is the ratio of Martins Permethrin 10% for a 24 oz spray bottle? Can I spray it on my horse?
Yes, Martins Permethrin 10% can be applied top large animals such as horses. There is a dilution table on the product label for you to use. Martins Permethrin 10% is only labeled for larger dilution rates. Please contact Control Solutions 281-892-2500 to see what they would recommend breaking th dilution ratio down too.
September 5, 2013
Kim from Okc, Ok asked:
QAre there any risks to my indoor cats if using Martins Permethrin 10% outside or on our dog?
I understand this product cannot be used directly on the cats, but wanted to ensure that product would be safe as possible when used on yard or dog (the dog does stay inside as well)
Martins Permethrin 10% will not harm cats if they are kept out of the treated area until the area has dried. Yes, Martins Permethrin 10% is safe to use as a dip on dogs 12 weeks and older. Please refer to the product label for application instructions.
September 3, 2013
Rodney from Rockport Tx asked:
QCan Martins Permethrin 10% be sprayed with garden hose application for lawns?
Martins Permethrin 10% can be applied using a hose end sprayer. Please make sure to follow the product label for application as the same mixing ratio apply.
August 25, 2013
Becky from Maine asked:
QCan Martins Permethrin be used to treat clothing?