|Active Ingredient:||0.5% Natural Pyrethrin|
4% Piperonyl Butoxide (PBO)
|Target pests:||Angoumois Grain Moths, Ants, Bed Bugs, Booklice, Carpet Beetles, Centipedes, Chocolate Moths, Cigarette Beetles, Clothes Moths, Clover Mites, Cluster Flies, Cockroaches, Confused Flour Beetles, Crickets, Drug Store Beetles, Earwigs, Fleas, Flies, Fruit Flies, Gnats, Grain Mites, Granary Weevils, Horn Flies, House Flies, Indian Meal Moths, Mediterranean Flour Moths, Millipedes, Mosquitoes, Mud Daubers, Red Flour Beetles, Rice Weevils, Sawtoothed Grain Beetles, Silverfish, Small Flying Moths, Sowbugs, Spiders, Stable Flies, Ticks and Wasps|
|For use in:||Houses, Apartments, Nursing Homes, Schools, Restaurants, Warehouses, and other sensitive accounts|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on product label|
|Manufactured By:||Whitmire Micro-Gen|
Whitmire's P.I. Contact Insecticide provides excellent knockdown, kill and flushing. This aerosol is the ideal product for heavy infestations where high insect populations are found and immediate results are needed.
- Provides excellent knockdown, kill and flushing
- Ideal product for heavy infestations where high insect populations are found and immediate results are needed
- USDA approval
Inject P.I. into cracks and crevices or void spaces where insects may be harboring, living and breeding. Place injector tip into cracks, crevices, holes and other small openings. Apply product for 1 second. For light infestations, move injector tip along cracks while treating at the rate of 3 linear feet per second. For heavy infestations, move injector tip along at 1 linear foot per second. For treatment of inaccessible voids (including wall and equipment voids), calculate the void's cubic area and treat at the rate of 5 to 10 seconds per 3 cu. ft. Several holes may be required in long-running voids.
For full directions and usage information please refer to product label
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By Mike on September 26, 2010
PI is an awesome product. Sprayed behind oven, refrigerator and other known hiding places for roaches about 5 days ago and have not seen any roaches since. I would definitely recommend this spray.
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By Nathan on April 2, 2012
This was the only aerosol product I needed when I worked in pest control. It's especially amazing great for fleas and German Roaches (if you can find their nests). For fleas, make sure to vacuum your floors first. Warmth and vibration will cause the flea eggs to hatch. Shortly after, spray towards the floors and furniture (it doesn't take much), then leave the room/house for about 45 minutes. PLEASE DON'T LEAVE YOUR PETS IN THE HOUSE! Take them with you. Make sure to cover your fish tanks, too.
By John on March 10, 2012
great item does the job its made for. being a pest control operator for 30 yrs. , in california, i used whitmere products often., as flushing agents. i will contact you later for a good contact pesticide. o.k. and always use pi aerosol. thanks again for great service. john conroy
not worth it
By Nicole on June 1, 2012
i have a roach problem i bought 3 cans of this and sprayed every corner, crevice every where the little bas@@trds are still running around. i should have bought 3 cans of Lysol at least it would have killed the germs they leave behind!!!
PI aerosol is a contact kill only, meaning it will only kill roaches that you spray it directly on. This product is not recommended for a roach problem. Our roach control kit is what this person should have purchased.
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By Jim on July 28, 2012
I have fought ants for over 3 years, and finally purchased the PI Aerosol. After using it for 2 weeks, my ant problem went away. I've been ant free now for 2 years. I know for a fact, if you see an ant in your home, you could could have a problem, if you see more than 1 ant, you do have a problem. This is the best pesticide I've ever used for ants. Jim
By Thomas on October 19, 2012
Great Product...a little pricy but worth it. a little goes a long way
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December 12, 2010Keith asked:
QIs P.I. Contact Insecticide identical to Clear Zone 1? Does it have a residual action?
July 16, 2011Frances asked:
QI have a cockatiel and ants. Will PI harm my bird?
API will not harm your bird but there are precautions you should take when applying insecticides around birds. You should remove the bird from the room you are treating while you are performing the application. You should not return the bird to the room for at least 1 hour after treatment to allow everything to dry that may be wet from the application. This is just precautionary. Of course in addition you should not treat the bird cage or anywhere near the birds cage, food, or toys.
August 16, 2011David from Orlando, Fl asked:
QWhat does P.I. stand for?
AP.I. stands for Pyrethrin Insecticide. Since the main active ingredient in this product is pyrethrin, the manufacturer decided to use that as the basis for the name.