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The Permethrin in Precor® Plus Fogger immediately kills adult fleas, while Precor IGR prevents pre-adult fleas from creating new infestations of breeding, biting adults. Precor IGR molecules penetrate down to the hard-to-reach places where pre-adult fleas hide - especially carpet and upholstery fibers, rugs, drapes, pet bedding and floor cracks. Best if used in conjunction with Precor 2000 Plus Aerosol. Vacuum carpets thoroughly before use.
One fogger treats 375 sq. ft. of floor space (a room 15 ft. x 25 ft. with an 8 ft. ceiling or 3,000 cu. ft.)
This new size package of Precor Plus Fogger with IGR has replaced the old size container of Precor Plus Fogger with IGR - 6 oz. Same ingredients, just different size cans.
|Active Ingredient:||Permethrin 0.58%
Methoprene (IGR) 0.09%
|For use in:||Large indoor treatment areas or cluttered areas such as basements or garages.|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Yield:||One fogger treats 375 sq. ft. of floor space (a room 15 ft. x 25 ft. with an 8 ft. ceiling or 3,000 cu. ft.)|
|Shipping Weight:||1.09 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Zoecon (Mfg. Number: 807754)|
The Permethrin in Precor Plus Fogger immediately kills adult fleas, while Precor IGR prevents pre-adult fleas from creating new infestations of breeding, biting adults. Precor IGR molecules penetrate down to the hard-to-reach places where pre-adult fleas hide - especially carpet and upholstery fibers, rugs, drapes, pet bedding and floor cracks.
- Ideal for large-area treatment - one fogger treats 375 sq. feet.
- Also well-suited to cluttered areas like basements and garages.
- Contains Precor IGR to prevent flea reinfestations for up to seven months, plus Permethrin for quick knockdown of adult fleas.
- Water-based, no-odor formulation won't stain or leave an unsightly residue.
How do I use Precor Plus Fogger?
It is very important to completely read and understand the product label before using this product.
- Vacuum thoroughly before fogging. To ensure unobstructed flow of fogger mist, open inside doors and cabinets. Remove or cover exposed food, dishes, utensils, food preparation equipment, and surfaces. Remove pets and birds and remove or cover (and turn off) aquariums. Close outside doors and windows. TURN OFF ALL IGNITION SOURCES SUCH AS PILOT LIGHTS (SHUT OFF GAS VALVES), OTHER OPEN FLAMES, OR RUNNING ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES THAT CYCLE OFF AND ON (i.e., REFRIGERATORS, THERMOSTATS, etc.). Call your gas utility or management company if you need assistance with your pilot lights.U
- Use 1 container for each 30' X 25' room with an 8' ceiling). DO NOT USE MORE THAN 1 FOGGER PER ROOM. DO NOT USE IN SMALL ENCLOSED SPACES SUCH AS CLOSETS, CABINETS, OR UNDER COUNTERS OR TABLES. DO NOT USE IN A ROOM 5' x 5' OR SMALLER; INSTEAD, ALLOW FOG TO ENTER FROM OTHER ROOMS.
- Remove all motor vehicles before fogging garage.
- Elevate fogger by placing on stand or table covered by newspaper in center of room to be fogged. Newspapers should be spread on the floor for several feet around area of release.
- Before activating, tilt can away from face (container sprays straight up). Press down firmly on edge of actuator tab until it locks into place.
- After activating fogger, leave room or house IMMEDIATELY. Keep treated area closed for at least 2 hours, then open all doors and windows and allow treated area to air for 1 hour before returning.
- For best results, spot treat with Precor 2000 Plus Premise spray under beds, furniture, or obstructed areas where fogger mist may not penetrate.
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8 of 8 people found this review helpful:
Precor Plus Fogger with IGR
By Kim in Sharpsburg, GA on 09/15/2015
I had a problem with fleas in my home this year, first time ever. It was a nightmare. I kept buying foggers from Home Depot, Pet Supply Stores, nothing would get rid of the fleas. I did some research and read about these foggers with IGR. I tried them in my home and the fleas were eliminated. I could not believe it. Finally I found a miracle fogger. The other foggers did not have IGR in them and it did not work.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful:
Does not work
By Tim in Cocoa FL on 08/20/2015
Applied this with ultracide and D-Earth and fleas back w/in a week. Treated animals and outside also.
Flea treatments do not work overnight. Over the next couple of weeks you should start to see a reduction in the flea population. We recommend a repeat treatment after 14 days to help get rid of any of the stragglers that may have been missed with the first treatment. Severe infestations may require 3 or 4 treatments in 14 day intervals. If wild animals venture on to your property they can re-infest the treated areas. If you know wild animals frequently visit your property, monthly preventative insecticide treatments should be applied throughout the flea season to prevent infestation. Vacuuming daily will also help speed up the flea elimination. Please take a moment to read over the Flea Guide to learn how to implement a successful flea control program: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/how-to-get-rid-of-fleas-a-483.html
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By Robert in Marysville on 11/27/2015
Bombed 2x put a can in each room. Worst flea season vet has seen. Buy the aerosol spray in cojuctiin with treatment. No more fleas. Must treat all animals acording to Vets advice of course to rid.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
By Victoria in columbus,oh on 01/12/2016
Every time I've used this product, the fleas have disappeared, and my bites could finally start healing.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
Buy raid instead
By Vgirl in New york on 10/11/2015
I used 3 cans,in my bedroom and i still had fleas.
We are sorry to hear you did not receive the expected results. Did you use all of the cans at the same time in one room? Are you still seeing fleas or do you just feel the bites at this point? Did you vacuum just prior to the treatment and every other day after the treatment for 14 days? And last, do you have a pet and has that pet been treated for fleas.? We look forward to hearing back from you so we can help make your treatments successful!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
Worked for me!
By Terina in Atlanta, GA on 01/15/2016
I found this product to be very effective when used consistently. It will not work as well with just one treatment (as stated on the directions). I used it in addition to the yard treatment and spot treatment. It is a lot initially but did the job well and worth the time investment. In the south there is no "fleas season" as it is a year long problem. I have an English Mastiff and an Akita so the struggle is real! This product worked great!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Simply did not work
By Bob in Rosedale, MD, on 11/21/2015
Vacuumed all rooms & hall way. Followed the directions to the letter,,, and no change in the flea situation. They have NOT dropped in number at all. I stepped up my game and purchased Conquer and an IGR agent. I will be applying this on Nov 22nd. As for PreCor Plus Fogger...... do not buy it as you will waste time and $$$ (and that time will get you MORE fleas)!
1 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Precor Plus Fogger
By Samuel in hinesville Ga. on 08/23/2016
This product works well will buy again and recommend to others.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
By Glenda in Muskegon, MI on 05/15/2016
Precor spray says Doesn't Kill Adults Fleas, so I had some fogger for adults fleas, too. This Precor Fogger says will kill adult fleas. Wasn't taking any chances. Used two foggers!
By Robin in Gilbertsville, ky on 06/01/2016
Still have fleas
We are sorry to hear that you did not receive the expected results. Flea control can take many steps and a few treatments before you can eliminate them. Please give us a call so we can help troubleshoot your treatment and get you on the path of flea elimination! 866-581-7378
Precor Fogger works well
By Sheliaj in Webbville, KY on 08/08/2016
The Precor fogger is easy to use and I like the fact that it is strong enough that you only have to leave the home closed up for 2 hours, plus another hour to air out. We find dead fleas as soon as we go in. If you are heavily infested as we were, you will need to set off the foggers at 2 week intervals to make sure you keep killing any eggs that hatch. We ended up putting off foggers 4 times, plus treating the pets and the yard and we finally seem to have them under control.
By Kathleen in Huntington on 09/12/2016
came twice as fast as Amazon!
Precor Plus Fogger with IGR
By Ruthie in Ottawa, Ontario on 09/30/2016
I am holding the fogger in reserve, in case of another infestation, so I can't comment on it yet. I am forced to give a star rating even though I haven't used it yet, so I put a 4. I am still using the Precor 2000 spray on my premises but have not yet seen the end of live fleas so I may need to dip into this yet. As it cools down, at least the fleas move slower!
Precor Plus Fogger
By Charlie in Ridgeway, Ontraio, Canada on 10/06/2016
I followed the directions and used 2 of the 3 cans. It appears to have worked well as we have not experienced further flea or related types of bites. I vacuumed the house with extra care. There was no lingering odor. I wish the product was available locally. Quite satisfied. Charlie Lemmex Fort Erie, Canada
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10/13/2013 Gary from Denton, Texas
QWill the Precor Plus Flea Fogger eradicate bird mites?
We have a serious bird mite infestation in our new home from a bird nest in our stove exhaust vent. We have been battling them since June with Talstar, Suspend and Sterifab. In addition, our home has been gassed with BP-300 8 times, but they just keep coming. We are at the end of our rope! We read that the Flea Fogger will kill them once and for all. Any help you can provide will be most appreciated!
AThe Precor Plus Fogger is labeled for fleas only. We recommend that you contact the manufacturer for information on treating bird mites with this product. Zoecon 1-800-248-7763
01/04/2015 Gaynell from Indianapolis, Indiana
QWhich one is best CB PCO Total Release Fogger or Precor plus fogger with igr?
AThe answer to that is entirely dependent on the pest you are treating for. Precor fogger with IGR is specifically for fleas so if that is what you are treating for then it would be the preferred fogger over the CB PCO Fogger. That being said, if you are treating for fleas indoors, foggers are not the best way to go as they give you ZERO continuous contol and will only kill what they come directly into contact with. It would be much better to use the Precor 2000 Plus spray with IGR as this leaves behind a residual that is safe to us, children and pets once dry but will continue to kill and prevent fleas for months. Typically 2 applications are needed 14 days apart and daily or every other day vacuuming to suck up any dead fleas and flea feces. If you are not treating for fleas, whether the CB PCO fogger will work for your needs is going to need more information from you on what pest you are looking to eliminate.
09/24/2014 Chesney from Elizabethtown, Ky
QWhy am I still seeing fleas? Should I treat again?
A month after my 2nd treatment and vacuuming every other day, I am still seeing fleas 2 to 3 times a week.
AYes, we would recommend treating again. If you have pets, we would recommend getting them treated as well. It is possible that there have been more eggs that have hatched that were missed initially. Depending on how bad the infestation was will depend on how many times you will treat. If you are still seeing fleas, treating again would be recommended. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
QHow long Precor Plus Fogger with IGR last before you need to reapply?
AWe would recommend doing treatments of Precor Plus Fogger with IGR every two weeks until you are no longer seeing any fleas. This should be used in conjuction with Precor 2000 Plus Aerosol to treat the areas the fogger cannot get to.
07/08/2015 Betty from New York City, Ny
QHow do I clean my home after using the Precor Plus Fogger with IGR?
It is a studio apt, so it was set off near my bed with clothes in the drawers underneath. Do I need to wash everything? I closed the door to the bathroom which also has 2 closet with clothes. Do I have to wash those also? Thank you.
A If you treated with Precor Plus Foggers in a carpeted area, you want to leave that there so that it provides the residual effect for the two weeks. If a hardwood surface was done, it is safe to mop the area up after the product has had time to dry. Per the manufacturer, you do not have to wash the clothes that were exposed unless you are concerned about them.
If you treated with Precor Plus Foggers in a carpeted area, you want to leave that there so that it provides the residual effect for the two weeks. If a hardwood surface was done, it is safe to mop the area up after the product has had time to dry. Per the manufacturer, you do not have to wash the clothes that were exposed unless you are concerned about them.
06/11/2014 Robin from Jacksonville, Fl
QWould the Precor Plus Fogger with IGR work on ticks as well?
09/26/2014 Rebecca from Ottumwa, Iowa
QWill Precor Plus Fogger work on german cockroaches?
APrecor Plus Fogger will kill roaches that come in contact with it, but not stop the problem. It really takes a combination of products to eradicate roaches. This is why we recommend to use one of our Roach Control Kits.
05/29/2016 Lu from San Francisco, Ca
QCan I leave my cat in the house when I use Precor Plus Fogger with IGR?
We can't take out the cat but i want to know if can i leave the cat inside the home?
A All animals and people must be out of the home when any insecticide spray or fogger is being used and they need to remain out until all surfaces have dried and the home has been aired out after using a fogger. Be sure to follow the product label when using Precor Pus Fogger with IGR or any other insecticides.
All animals and people must be out of the home when any insecticide spray or fogger is being used and they need to remain out until all surfaces have dried and the home has been aired out after using a fogger. Be sure to follow the product label when using Precor Pus Fogger with IGR or any other insecticides.
02/25/2015 Betty from Paradise, Texas 76073
QDoes Precor bombs kill mites as well as fleas?
We live in the country. We have sprayed with Permetherin (shed and yard) twice, I am not sure that we have just fleas, our shed and home do not see any fleas (but have recently had fleas in our home), and the animals are treated regularly. But something is biting me when I go into our shed? Will the Precor bombs kill mites as well as fleas??
APrecor Plus Foggers are labeled for fleas specifically, not mites or any other biting insect. You may need to get the pest identified if you are still getting bitten.