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Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray is an insect growth regulator (IGR) and residual insecticide for controlling fleas, ticks, ants and cockroaches. Precor 2000 Plus Premise prevents reinfestation and flea build-up for 7 months. Only works as an adulticide when used for ticks.
|Active Ingredient:||Methoprene, Permethrin 0.50%|
|Target pests:||fleas and ticks. Will work for 2 weeks against adult fleas and ticks and kills flea eggs for 7 months. Very important to vacuum every 2 days for several weeks after treatment. This encourages Pupa to emerge and contact insecticide.|
|For use in:||Home, garage, kennel.|
|Application:||1 x 16oz. can covers approx. 2000 sq. ft. of surface area. You should hold the can 3 feet above the carpet and no closer. If you hold it 3 feet away, the spray will be dry when it hits the carpet and you will get the proper coverage area out of the can. Treat in 10 second bursts. If you continually depress the can for longer than 10 seconds, the can will foam at the top. Also, the can is made to only work at room temperature. It will not work properly if the temps are below 70 degrees. Warm to room temp. first before using. You should get 7 to 8 minutes of continuous spraying per can.|
|Pet safe:||Yes. But not for use directly on animals.|
|Shipping Weight:||1.25 lbs|
How Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray Works
Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray kills Fleas and Ticks. It contains a unique combination of ingredients that kills both adult and pre-adult (larvae) fleas. Precor 2000 Plus prevents reinfestation and flea build-up for 7 months. Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray reaches fleas hidden in carpets, rugs, drapes, upholstery, pet bedding and floor cracks. It doesn’t leave bad smells, stains or sticky mess. One can covers 2,000 square feet. 16 oz.
For Fleas: Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray contains Permethrin and Phenothrin to kill adult fleas fast. It also contains Methoprene (an insect growth regulator) to prevent reinfestation for up to seven months. Methoprene penetrates deep into the base of carpet and upholstery fibers, where pre-adult fleas live and targets fleas in the egg and larval stages of development, preventing them from producing new infestations of breeding, biting adults.
While the insect growth regulator in Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray will continue to work for up to 7 months, it is recommended to re-apply Precor 2000 after 14 days if new fleas continue to emerge. This will increase knock-down of new adults. Preparations and cleaning such as vacuuming thoroughly before and after treatments will also greatly affect the success of Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray. See below for complete treatment instructions.
Precor 2000 Plus Target Pests
Active infestations of fleas and ticks and preventative treatment of flea infestations.
PESTS CONTROLLED WITH PRECOR 2000 PLUS PREMISE SPRAY: Adult fleas, hatching flea eggs, flea larvae, and ticks
Target Uses of Precor 2000 Plus Spray
Use Precor 2000 Plus to kill adult fleas, hatching flea eggs, flea larva, and ticks in residential and commercial or industrial buildings, particularly in carpeted areas, on upholstered furniture, concrete flooring, and other pet resting areas. Precor 2000 Plus provides up to 210 days of protection by preventing hatching eggs from developing into biting fleas. Precor 2000 Plus is ideal when treatment is limited to a few areas and/or the convenience of an aerosol ready-to-use product is desired.
How do I use Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray to treat for fleas?
- Identify treatment areas: especially those where pets frequent, such as in and around pet's sleeping and resting areas. These are the primary areas where fleas, their eggs, and ticks are found. (Before treatment, a test application should be made to upholstery, drapery, light-colored, delicate fabrics, or wood surfaces in an inconspicuous place.)
- Prepare treatment areas: For best results with Surface/Carpet treatments, vacuum thoroughly before spraying and discard vacuum bag in outside trash. (This product may also be used for infested surfaces inside motor vehicles.)
- Apply treatment. For flea/tick infestations, a single can treats 2000 square feet. SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING. Hold container upside down 2-3 feet from surface, point actuator towards the surface and push button. Using a sweeping motion, apply a light uniform spray to all surfaces of furniture, rugs, carpets, drapes, and around all pet resting areas. Avoid thoroughly wetting surfaces. Mist treated areas only until "slightly damp". Do not over-treat. Reapply in 14 days, if necessary. IMPORTANT: Only complete and proper application to carpets, upholstery, drapes, and other fabrics will provide thorough flea/tick elimination. Keep children and pets out of areas during treatment. Vacate room after treatment, and ventilate until surfaces are dry before reoccupying.
- For best results, eliminate fleas on pets with an approved flea product like Petcor Flea Spray or a product recommended by your veterinarian.
Always read the product label completely before use.
Each can of Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray treats 2,000 square feet. Treatment in 10 second bursts will yield 7 to 8 minutes of continuous spraying per can. Keep in mind that most flea infestations will require at least one follow up treatment.
Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray is for use in the following areas:
Inside Residential homes, garages, kennels; Commercial and Industrial Buildings including but not limited to hospitals, hotels, motels, offices, schools, supermarkets, transportation equipment (buses, boats, ships, trains, trucks), warehouses, utilities, veterinary clinics
1 x 16oz. can covers approx. 2000 sq. ft. of surface area. You should hold the can 3 feet above the carpet and no closer. If you hold it 3 feet away, the spray will be dry when it hits the carpet and you will get the proper coverage area out of the can. Treat in 10 second bursts. If you continually depress the can for longer than 10 seconds, the can will foam at the top. Also, the can is made to only work at room temperature. It will not work properly if the temps are below 70 degrees. Warm to room temp. first before using. You should get 7 to 8 minutes of continuous spraying per can.
*Cover and unplug any aquariums before spraying.
Fleas may appear for up to two weeks after treatment. This is the pupal window – when younger stages of fleas may still emerge – and the residual activity of Precor 2000 Plus should kill adults who emerge during this time. Frequent vacuuming (every day or every other day) will also help encourage immature fleas to emerge more quickly while also picking up the organic matter on which larvae feed.
*See above for complete treatment process.
Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray is not intended for outdoor use.
Precor 2000 Plus Features
*Adulticide and Insect Growth Regulator are combined in one ready-to-use product for convenience
*No extra equipment needed for mixing or application
*Controls both fleas and adult ticks (other similar products are not labeled for ticks)
*Prevents flea re-infestation for up to 210 days
Extra Tips for Using Precor 2000 Plus
*Store in a cool, dry place; do not store or transport below 32 degrees F
*If can is cooler than 70 degrees, warm to room temperature before using
*Always shake well before using.
*Treat in 10 second bursts. If foaming occurs, let product rest before proceeding.
*Precor 2000 Plus is NOT labeled for use on animals. Keep pets out of treatment area until product is dry.
*Treat outdoor areas where pets play, rest, or otherwise frequent to prevent re-infestation using appropriate products such as our Indoor / Outdoor Flea Kit.
*Wash or dispose of pet bedding before treatment.
*Additional cleaning such as steam cleaning or mopping should be done prior to application of Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray.
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73 of 73 people found this review helpful:
The only thing that worked for me
By Kenya in Houston, TX on 09/19/2011
I recently discovered a flea infestation in my apartment a few weeks ago. I've never experienced a problem like this before, as we have an indoor only cat, so I had no idea what I was up against. I got my cat to the vet and on Revolution, and then looked around online trying to figure out the best way to kill the fleas in the apartment. We used bombs at first, but that didn't seem to do anything at all. There were just as many fleas. I vacuumed every inch of the apartment every day, and while that did help some, it still didn't get rid of all the fleas, and they were still jumping on me and my husband. I tried a couple of flea carpet sprays from the store, but those didn't work very well. I tried using boric acid, and that killed some of them, but it didn't kill them all, and we were still getting bit up from fleas. I even tried using one of those flea traps, but that didn't catch too many. The whole situation was a nightmare! I figured I needed something stronger and something that could really get down into the carpets, so I got back online and did some research. I had heard about Precor in the past, but ignored it, as I thought I could take care of the flea problem myself with store bought products. Defeated by everything else I had tried, I typed in Precor to see what others had to say about it on forums, and the majority of people had good results with it. Precor 2000 Plus was recommended, so I figured I'd try it. I was very skeptical at first, as I had already tried so many other things that didn't work. I ordered the Precor on a Tuesday, and it was delivered to me at work on Friday. My cat had a vet appointment that day, so I had her stay at the vet all day while I sprayed the apartment. I went home for lunch that day, and started spraying. Very very strong smelling stuff. Very "chemically". I had on a mask, though. I opened the doors and windows before I sprayed, but the fumes are still really strong while you're spraying. I got everything sprayed: carpets, floors, couch, chairs, under the bed, closets, window sills, baseboards, etc. I left all the windows open, fans blowing, and air conditioning on, so the place could air out, and then went back to work. After work and picking up my cat from the vet, I came home. The floors and everything was dry, although there was still a little of the Precor smell lingering (the rest disappeared after a little longer). I took off my shoes and walked around the carpet. Nothing. No fleas. Not one! I was still a little skeptical wondering if one would jump on my feet and ankles, but nothing did. It's been 3 days now, and still have not seen even one flea! Not even when walking around in white socks! I read somewhere that it's best to keep vacuuming everyday for 2 weeks after applying this product, to encourage any eggs to hatch into the spray residue, and I am doing that. Ah, it's so nice to be able to relax when at home, without getting bit up by fleas! This product is a God send, and I will definitely be ordering another can to have on hand!
70 of 72 people found this review helpful:
This stuff works!!
By Alex in Louisiana on 04/01/2009
I have a lot of pets and had a perpetual flea problem until I started using the Precor 2000 Plus Premise spray and now I do not see a flea at all. Used regularly, once a month in my fur-filled home, and you will not have a flea problem anymore. I have used about every other product out there and Precor is the best by far. This stuff works!
49 of 51 people found this review helpful:
It's the best for flea and tick control
By Sheila in Pfafftown North Carolina on 06/11/2010
I've used this product for years and it's the best. If a flea or tick rides into the house on your pet, it will die. It won't have time to lay eggs, but eggs would not live either. One can treats my entire 1300 sq ft house for 7 months on a clean carpet. What I really like is that it doesn't have an aroma that aggravates my allergies. Once the product settles down after spraying, it's odorless.
39 of 39 people found this review helpful:
Best stuff hands down!
By Greg in Southaven, MS on 03/19/2010
I purchased this stuff mid-summer last year. My dog and cat were bringing in fleas like crazy. One treatment (2 cans) for the whole house, and not a single flea after that. I sprayed on my couch and 5 days later I lifted the cushion and dead fleas everywhere. This is well worth the price.
32 of 34 people found this review helpful:
It is the best
By Ss on 04/14/2008
Used Precor 2000 Plus before as pest inspector recommended. It is the best!
8 of 8 people found this review helpful:
By Tony in Worth, IL on 10/03/2011
I did with this $20 product basically the same thing the terminix guy would have done for $130.00. I went from walking down my hallway and seeing 3 or 4 fleas on my feet & ankles to none for over 7 days now! I would definitely use this product again.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful:
By Sarah in Iowa on 09/22/2011
Honestly I tried everything to get rid of a sudden infestation of fleas in my house. I'm allergic to flea bites, I could not walk through the house without getting covered in fleas. We tried bug bombs (12 bombs) from our local super center, powders, sprays, borax, D.E. nothing was working. I was at my wits' ends. We couldn't stay in the house or afford an exterminator. I heard about this product while continuing my search for things to kill fleas. We ordered 2 cans to start with, I followed the directions, did not to cover the sq ft it indicates on the can but in retrospect I may have over applied it. But it worked right away, it killed EVERY bug that touched a treated surface, the fleas did not come back its been a month and nothing. And I know its still working from the dead beetles/flies/moths I keep finding I ordered 6 more cans right away, but have not used them, no need. I gave one to a friend who has also been fighting fleas. I love this stuff so much it saved my sanity.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful:
By Mary in Smithville on 07/02/2011
Precore 2000 Plus Premise Spray is the most efficient, cost effective product on the market for the total control of fleas and ticks in the home. No other product has performed as well as this.
14 of 14 people found this review helpful:
By Louise in N.J. on 11/17/2010
We had a very serious flea infestation for several months and no amount of spraying with store products worked, nor did the natural alternatives. We finally had an exterminator come and spray with a Precor product. Over the next few days, we still had fleas, but the exterminator had told us that they would not be able to reproduce and slowly die off. I purchased this spray because I wanted to kill off these adult fleas once and for all. After spraying the entire basement which was really easy with the spray, we didn't see anymore fleas. I wish I had known about this site and the products sooner. The shipping was fast and I will definitely use this site again right away if we ever have this problem again. Thanks for helping homeowners get their hands on professional products and not waste time and money on those useless sprays in the store!
8 of 11 people found this review helpful:
Does not kill ticks
By M. in Miami, Fl on 11/11/2010
This product is labeled to kill ticks but it only kills larvae. Doest not kill the second stage neither adult ticks. I got two ticks and put them in a zip lock bag and sprayed a small amount of Precor 2000 Plus Premise inside the bag and sealed the small bag. I waited three days and the ticks were still alive.
13 of 15 people found this review helpful:
Precor 2000 Plus
By Ky in kentucky on 10/21/2010
This stuff is amazing. I had used it before, approx. 2 years ago, and it kept working until this year when I discovered a few fleas in the house. I still had some left so I used that and ordered more. Before the new order had even arrived, it had again done the trick! Having had pets in the house for over forty years, I've had numerous flea battles and I must say, this stuff is the best product I have ever used.
20 of 20 people found this review helpful:
By Paula in Chariton, IA on 08/18/2010
I have a grooming and boarding business and swear by this stuff. I have NEVER had any fleas spread after using this spray. My husband is in pest control and this is the stuff they use as well. I HIGHLY recommend.
17 of 17 people found this review helpful:
By Mary in Tifton, Ga on 07/15/2010
Excellent product for killing fleas. It has a very strong smell so you have to vacate premise for several hours. We sprayed over two weeks ago and still don't have re-infestation. I highly recommend this product for those who have animals in the house. We also used the Petcor spray for our cats, they didn't like it, it kills the fleas almost instantly but once they go back outside they get more critters on them.
18 of 18 people found this review helpful:
I would recommend this Product
By V. in Dallas, Texas on 07/12/2010
We found this product quite effective in getting fleas under control and continually eliminating them. It was easy to use and did not leave an unpleasant smell in the house or noticeable residue. We would recommend buying two cans and two people work together spraying the house and moving toward the outside. That works much more efficiently.
22 of 22 people found this review helpful:
Great product. Great price.
By Me in Ft Lauderdale, Florida on 02/04/2009
Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray really is the best. NOTHING else has worked in the past. It actually does what it says.
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QCan cats stay in the house while I spray Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray or do they need to be removed?
Could I put them in one room and then do that room after?
AYour cats do not need to leave the house. You should do exactly as you suggested. Place the cats in another room while you are treating and wait 30 minutes for the Precor 2000 Plus Premise to dry. Once the product has dried, it is perfectly safe to allow the cats back into the room.
QWill Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray damage my real hardwood flooring?
ANo, Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray is perfectly safe on just about any surface. You should always test the spray first in a corner or inconspicuous area to be sure, but we have never had any issues. Remember to vacuum all surfaces and cracks and crevices of the hardwood floor and around baseboards first before the application. You should also vacuum often over the next week and apply again exactly 14 days later after your first application. Be sure to vacuum again before your second treatment.
QI have fleas in my house. Is there a pesticide I can use to spray the carpet area in my room?
APrecor 2000 Plus Premise Spray is an aerosol spray that comes ready to use, no mixing required. Precor 2000 contains 2 insecticides to kill adult fleas fast. It also contains an insect growth regulator to prevent reinfestation for up to seven months. Vacuuming is very important when treating for fleas. For best results, vacuum thoroughly before spraying and discard or empty vacuum bag in outside trash. Continue vacuuming frequently to help remove flea eggs and flea debris. Heavy infestations may require retreatment after 14 days.
QHow do you treat your clothes for fleas?
Do fleas live in clothing? Our kitten would jump into our bottom drawers of our dresser. Should I wash all clothing or just open the drawers of the dresser when treating our home with Precor 2000?
AClothes should not be sprayed with any type of insecticide. All clothing that could be infested should be washed and dried. Dry Clean only clothes in most cases can simply go through the dryer for about 30 minutes. Be sure the dryer is on a setting that will reach at least 120F as this is the temperature that will kill the insects and their eggs.
QIs it safe to spray Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray in a home with a baby?
AThere should be no problem using Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray in a home with a baby, as long as you follow the product label. The infant should be out of the home during the application and can return after the product is dry and the home has been vented.
QDo I need to turn off my pilot lights when using Precor 2000 Spray?
AYes, when doing the application of Precor 2000 Plus or any other aerosol you want to turn off the pilot light. Once the application has completely dried you can re-light the pilot.
03/19/2013 Thad from Clayton, Nc
QShould I avoid spraying the carpet with Precor 2000 for fear of skin contact with the spray?
One of the Q/A says not to spray furniture on top so that skin contact is minimized, but what about on carpet where kids will be on the floor? It seems like there would a lot of skin contact on the carpet. Also one Q/A talks about spraying around beds but not on them. How does that kill the fleas on the bed if it's just sprayed on the floor?
AThe manufacturer has recently updated their product information to "Only complete and proper
application to carpets, upholstery, drapes, and other fabrics will provide thorough flea/tick
elimination. Keep people and pets out of areas during treatment. Vacate room after treatment, and ventilate until surfaces are dry before reoccupying." This new product information means that you could spray the entire piece of upholstered furniture if you wish. Having said that, eggs and pupa will not be found out in the middle of the couch cushion so we would still recommend that you concentrate your application to tufts, folds, voids and crevices as this is where the fleas would be developing. Also, you could spray your mattress if you choose but most folks find that simply vacuuming the mattress will eliminate the fleas on the mattress and that insecticide applications are unnecessary.
06/19/2012 Debbie from Cary, Nc
QIs it safe to spray Precor 2000 on couches and couch pillows?
APrecor 2000 Plus should only be sprayed under couch cushions and into the creases and tucks and folds of the fabric. Since fleas don't develop out in the open there is no need to spray the areas where you will becoming into frequent skin contact. We recommend thoroughly vacuuming all of the furniture to help remove fleas, eggs and larva which will help speed along the elimination process.
06/10/2012 Ann from Nc
QShould I vacuum the next day after the Precor 2000 treatment?
We did the whole house but I still feel little stings around my legs (no bites).
AIt is our recommendation and industry standard that you vacuum immediately before the application of Precor 2000 and every day or every other day after the application for the next two weeks. Vacuums can physically remove a decent percentage of flea eggs that are in the carpet, along with much of the organic crud that the flea larvae feed on. A critical part of the diet of the larva is dried blood, present there as fecal material from the fleas that are on the pets. Wherever the pets spend time they will shed the fecal matter and the eggs, so it is extremely important that you focus on these potential hot spots where the pets sleep. A vacuum also will remove a small percentage of larvae, but the larva is pretty tenacious, and will wrap around the carpet fibers down there at the base of the pile, and hold on for dear life as the vacuum passes by. The pupa is even tougher to physically remove, for it uses fibers as part of its "cocoon". But, the vacuum will stimulate the flea adults still in their pupa form to quickly emerge as the adult, and at this point perhaps be sucked up in the vacuum. Even if they are not removed by the vacuum, at least they now are exposed and susceptible to your treatment. After two weeks most infestations require that you do a second application of the Precor 2000 and continue with the vacuuming.
04/14/2012 J. from Houston, Tx
QHow long is the residual effect of Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray? Is the residual effect shortened or removed by mopping or steam cleaning?
AIf you mop the floors or steam clean the carpets where Precor 2000 has been applied you will be effectively removing any residual control you would have gotten from the application. You should mop and steam clean prior to the application and you can mop and steam clean two weeks after the application.
12/21/2011 Melinda from Keystone Heights, Florida
QI have a 5 year old and 18 month old. Is Precor 2000 Plus safe for them to touch even after its dry?
My 18 month old likes to put things in her mouth (as most babies do) and even though we try to stop her from doing so there are going to be times where she might drop her pacifier on the carpet and then put it back in her mouth. Even after this product is dry how do you know if it's safe against a child that puts things in their mouth? We have a flea infestation and desperately need a solution.
APrecor 2000 Plus is a very safe product when used as directed. Of course you should remove all toys and items on the floor before treating. You should remove children from the rooms you are treating or from the house if you are treating the entire house, until the product is completely dry. After it is dry which usually takes about an hour, it is perfectly safe to allow children and pets back in the treated areas. Only tiny insects have the capability of coming into contact with such small particles on the carpet fibers.
11/25/2011 Mark from Lusby, Md
QI used two Precor bombs and treated a week later with spray. Shut out pets from internal room. Still have fleas
AWhen treating for fleas, vacuuming is the most important thing to do. You should vacuum before you treat, and then vacuum after you treat every day for the next week. Vacuuming pulls flea eggs to the surface as well as stimulates them to hatch sooner. You should repeat this treatment exactly 14 days later, or 2 weeks, since this is how often flea eggs typically hatch. You may have treated too soon if you only waited 1 week before your 2nd treatment. Also, your pets need to be flea dipped and treated. Typically most flea problems can be handled in 2 treatments, but this depends on how bad the problem is. It is common to have to do 3 or 4 treatments (treating every 2 weeks) over 2 months for bad problems.
QIs it safe to use the Precor 2000 Plus and the Precor fogger? Which should be used first?
AYes, there should be no issues using the two products together. We would recommend using the Precor fogger first after a thorough vacuuming. After you have vacated the home and allowed the fog to dissipate, then the next day you can vacuum again and apply the Precor 2000 Plus to the same areas. The Precor 2000 Plus should give a longer residual, whereas the Precor fogger will offer a quick knockdown of the exposed fleas once you apply it initially. Vacuuming multiple times before and after treatment is a crucial part of a flea treatment as well.
QWhat is the best way to kill fleas inside the home where they could be on the carpet?
What is the best way to kill fleas inside the home where they could be on the carpet? I am use to using Talstar P. Could it be used as a mist spray on carpets? What would you consider for fleas on carpets?
ATalstar P is not labeled for use as a broadcast spray over carpets. Talstar P can only be used as a crack and crevice application indoors. Precor 2000 or Ultracide would be a good choice for indoor carpeted areas. Precor 2000 and Ultracide come ready to use, no mixing or equipment is needed and they contain both an insecticide for a quick knock down of biting adults and an insect growth regulator for control of developing flea eggs and larvae. Infested areas should be thoroughly vacuumed prior to product applications to help remove as much flea eggs, larvae and debris as possible and also to help stimulate larvae to change stages and come into contact with the product. You should continue to vacuum at least every other day for the next two weeks. Pets should be treated for fleas as well as the areas they spend a lot of time such as pet bed, kennels, carriers, couches, and moist shady areas where they spend time outside. Talstar P can be used with the addition of an insect growth regulator such as Martins IGR for flea control outdoors.
QShould I also use Precor 2000 Plus Premise Spray on the beds in my house? Not pet beds.
APrecor 2000 Plus Premise Spray can be used on any carpeted areas and upholstered areas. It can also be applied to a dust skirt around a bed. You should not apply it to the sheets or pillows directly. Typically fleas will be down around the floor and dust skirt area. You can wash the sheets and blankets which will kill any fleas or eggs.