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.
Tips: 1 can treats 750 sq. ft.. You should vacate the treated area for at least 2 hours. For best results, place the fogger up on a box or something that is table height instead of setting the fogger on the floor.
|Active Ingredient:||Permethrin 0.58%|
Methoprene (IGR) 0.09%
|For use in:||large indoor treatment areas or cluttered areas such as basements or garages.|
|Yield:||1 can treats 750 sq. ft.. You should vacate the treated area for at least 2 hours. For best results, place the fogger up on a box or something that is table height instead of setting the fogger on the floor.|
|Manufactured By:||Zoecon (UPC: 041535375003)|
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 750 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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15 of 15 people found this review helpful:
So far so good
By David in Altamonte Springs, Florida on June 10, 2010
I own a Pomeranian, a 26 lbs. We tried everything no results that included the Vets wisdom, nada! Then we found you guys and ordered the foggers, followed your instructions and it's been three weeks and no fleas. Thanks!
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By Jacqueline in citrus heights, ca on May 22, 2010
Did its job, got here fast, easy to use, no huge mess. My dogs thank you. Nothing else would work
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By Joe in Vista CA on December 8, 2010
Product arrived quickly and worked well. Good job.
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By Terry in Eastlake, OH on March 5, 2011
Only stuff that works. I tried the pet store stuff and it did not faze them. Save your money and get this stuff!!
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By Susan in Jacksonville Beach, Florida on August 11, 2011
I have a lovely little garage apartment that I rent out but a tenant moved out and left it absolutely infested with fleas. (she had four kitties... poor things) With old wood flooring, I knew it would be a challenge to get all those flea eggs out of the cracks and crevaces. I vacuumed very thoroughly and sprayed Precor 2000 for a few days then I used the Precor Plus Fogger and as bad as the infestation was after a week I didn't have any more fleas. I consider this product a miracle worker because my situation was dire!!!!!
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By Bob in Jericho, NY on May 14, 2013
The fogger is a quick, easy way to put igr (and temporary adulticide) on floors, other surfaces that are not concealed to its "view". I had used it previously and kned its properties.
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Precore Flea products
By Angela in East Hartford CT. on November 9, 2012
We used this in our basement and a basement in a 3 family house we own. We used it for fleas.We have had both houses exterminated 4 times with Precor 2000 Spray for fleas.Our 2 6LB. dogs do not go outside.Our dogs were not scratching when we used the foggers but we wanted to be sure the fleas were gone.One week after doing the basement at our house our dog went in the basement. I have found 4 fleas on her since she went down in our basement before shed went downstairs she was flea free. I would have to say neither product worked as our dogs still have fleas and so do the tenants pets . I do not know what to do now.I am at my witts end
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By Sarah in Dale, IN on November 2, 2012
We are so glad we spend the money and got the 'good' stuff. We sprayed the house the first day and saw a few the second day and now, a month later, we have not seen one since that second day!! Hooray!
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Don't Waste Your Money On Other Foggers
By John on October 28, 2012
Spent too much money on foggers including Raid, Black Flag and others with Fleas only to come back over and over again. I only had to buy the Precor Plus with IGR once and the cat thanked me and my so did my ankles since I am highly allergic. The fleas did not come back!!! Thank you for the IGR, it really does make the significant difference from the other foggers that do not have it. Worth every penny and the time to ship.
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By Jon in Protem Missouri on October 12, 2012
We bought a case of this to kill fleas and other bugs. Before using I called your office and was told the fogger killed only the fleas etc., that were out in the open. That it would not penetrate to where the insects were only on the top of the carpet, cabinets, furniture and so forth. So what is the deal.
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By Dr. in new york and Florida on July 8, 2012
used the fogger throughout my entire apartment - fleas all gone within 24 hours!! now I have to fog my condo in Florida and I expect the same excellent results
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By Evan in Charlotte NC on September 18, 2011
Well...flea free for a day...but they are back :( Guess I will try another product
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By Evan in Charlotte Nc on September 18, 2011
Wow...After sprays and powders failed, I ordered this product. Received it in 2 days!!!!! Worked fast and I am flea free!! Thank you!!
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By Rose in St. Paul, MN on August 29, 2011
I used your product, had my pets bathed in flea control and purchased frontline for flees but it seems they still have some flees and I am dissappointed as I understood this shoul rid my home of fleas
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Precor Plus Fogger
By PB in Iowa on June 20, 2011
This was our second attempt using a fogger, thought we'd try this brand, but even after following all instructions it did not kill the fleas. I had washed everything, bathed dog and cat, gave them their flea treatment, put flea collars on and all to no avail. Was very disappointed.
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September 8, 2011Jerry from Crandall, Texas asked:
QHow long do we need to stay out of the house after professional bug bombing and spraying?
The house is going to be sprayed underneath and all outside and professional bombs are going to be set off inside house.
AYou should follow the recommendations on the product label of each product that will be used as the precaution times can vary. Most foggers or bombs recommend that you are out of the home for 2-4 hours followed by at least 1/2 hour of venting the home by opening the windows. Most insecticide spray products recommend that you stay out of the treated area until it has had time to dry.
November 29, 2009Charles asked:
QWhat kind of clean up do I need to do after fogging my home with the Precor Plus Fogger with IGR?
AAfter setting off the Precor Plus Fogger , you should leave the house for 2 hours and then upon returning, open doors and windows and let the house air out for 1 hour. The only clean up you need to worry about would be food handling surfaces like your countertops. You should wipe them down with soap and water if you fogged in the kitchen.
August 10, 2010Heather asked:
QHow long does it take to rid your home of fleas?
We used the Precor Plus fogger four days ago, and we are still seeing some adult fleas. We have been vacuuming 2-3 times a day since. Do we need to bomb again or does it take time for the product to work completely? We have a bad infestation.
AIt can take a few weeks to get rid of all of the fleas indoors. Foggers work very well to get rid of the adult fleas that are exposed at the time of the treatment, but they will not effect the adult fleas that are hidden away at the time of the treatment. Most infestations require a second treatment and severe infestation may even require a third treatment. Treatments should be applied at two week intervals. Vacuuming is vital to successful flea control but you seem to have that covered. Be sure to dispose of the vacuum contents in a sealed bag away from your home. All pets should be treated with a product that is labeled for flea control. Outdoor areas where pets spend time resting as well as moist shady areas should be treated with a product such as Tengard. Treating the yard will help you avoid re-infesting your home.
June 15, 2010Rose asked:
QI DO NOT HAVE CARPET BUT CONTINUE TO HAVE FLEAS. I"VE FOGGED 3 times and sprayed my yard 4 days ago /
I've been eating up and still continue to try to do my day to day stuff but continue to get bitten at my ankles. I need to do something quickly but not sure what that may be.
A Fogging should not be your only treatment for fleas indoors. When foggers are released they simply go straight up into the air and then straight down onto flat surfaces. Foggers do not penetrate into cracks and crevices where fleas develop. (They do help get rid of active adults that are exposed at the time of the treatment). Thoroughly vacuum every crack, crevice and surface in your home to get rid of flea eggs and larva and also to stimulate the pupa to emerge as adult fleas and contact any product you have put down. Pay special attention to any area where your pets spend a lot of time. Fleas usually do not develop out in the middle of bare floors, they develop in cracks, crevices, voids and in furniture and pet beds. We recommend Ultracide for these areas; Ultracide has an insecticide to eliminate biting adults and an IGR that will disrupt the growth of developing fleas. You must also have pets treated with a residual flea product to help eliminate the adult fleas that never leave the animals coat.
Fogging should not be your only treatment for fleas indoors. When foggers are released they simply go straight up into the air and then straight down onto flat surfaces. Foggers do not penetrate into cracks and crevices where fleas develop. (They do help get rid of active adults that are exposed at the time of the treatment). Thoroughly vacuum every crack, crevice and surface in your home to get rid of flea eggs and larva and also to stimulate the pupa to emerge as adult fleas and contact any product you have put down. Pay special attention to any area where your pets spend a lot of time. Fleas usually do not develop out in the middle of bare floors, they develop in cracks, crevices, voids and in furniture and pet beds. We recommend Ultracide for these areas; Ultracide has an insecticide to eliminate biting adults and an IGR that will disrupt the growth of developing fleas. You must also have pets treated with a residual flea product to help eliminate the adult fleas that never leave the animals coat.
September 21, 2011Marcy from Bridge City, Tx asked:
QWill Precor Plus Fogger with IGR also kill ants or roaches?
APrecor Plus Fogger is not labeled for anything other than fleas. This being said, it does contain permethrin which kills most insects on contact, so the unofficial answer is yes, it should kill other pests that may be around when you set the fogger off. We do sell another fogger called CB PCO Fogger which is labeled for all other insects.
November 8, 2011Tyrone from Philippines asked:
QIs Precor Plus Fogger with IGR mixed with water? At what rate?
AThe Precor Plus Fogger with IGR is a ready to use aerosol fogger. There is no mixing or measuring required. Please take a few minutes to read the Precor Plus Fogger with IGR PRODUCT LABEL for usage instructions.
September 11, 2010Mikey asked:
QDoes the Precor Plus Fogger penetrate into cracks and crevices of the wood?
ANo. Foggers, when set off only go straight up into the air and then down onto exposed surfaces. If you need to treat cracks and crevices, you should purchase a crack and crevice aerosol product such as 565 Plus XLO or Cy-Kick aerosol depending on what you are treating for. Both of these products come with a straw attachment for treating directly into cracks and crevices.
June 25, 2012Kate from Mastic Beach, N.y. asked:
QHow long can should I wait to use Precor 2000 Plus after using the Precor Fogger?
If we evacuate the house after using the fogger, do we need to immediatly use P2000P when we return 8 hrs later? I want to use both products effectively. What are the suggested steps when using both? Thank you
AYou can apply the Precor 2000 right after you are able to re-enter the home after using the Precor Fogger. After using the Precor Fogger, spot treat with Precor 2000 under beds, furniture, or obstructed areas where fogger mist may not penetrate. Be sure to thoroughly vacuum before the application and continue vacuuming daily for the next 14 days. After 14 days it is recommended that you do a second application to get rid of any straggler fleas.
December 16, 2011Joe from Jordan, Ny asked:
QI have fleas in a room of basement that has a flea problem for 3 years.
The room is not accessible to my cat or my dogs. I have found dead mice after using a fogger. I found and sealed up places that mice got in though. But after using cans of fogger every ten or so days for 2 months there are still fleas. What else can I do?
AYou need to get in the infested area and clean it thoroughly and vacuum very well just prior to fogging. This will help speed up the the flea elimination process. Next, be sure you are using a fogger with an adulticide and an Insect Growth Regulator such as Precor Plus Fogger for best results. The adulticide will help kill the adult fleas and the IGR will help stop the breeding cycle of the developing fleas. We also recommend that you confirm you are actually dealing with fleas and not springtails. Springtails look an awful lot like fleas but they do not bite and they are drawn to areas with a high level of moisture (such as basements) and they are known to reproduce very quickly.
May 20, 2013Mike from San Antonio, Texas asked:
Would this type of fogger control Scorpion populations inside a residence?
AWe recommend you stick with products that are actually labeled for the target pest. Precor Plus is not labeled for scorpion control so we would not recommend you use it for scorpion control. Bug bombs and foggers will only kill those insects that are exposed at the time of the treatment. Since scorpions like to hide it is unlikely any "bomb" or fogger would work well and none of them are labeled for this use. Instead we recommend the products that come in our scorpion control kit: Scorpion Control Kit
October 9, 2014Deanna from Hermitage, Tn asked:
QHow long do you have to evacuate after using Precor Plus Fogger with IGR ?