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04/27/2015Stan from Brentwood, TN asked:

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Will Suspend SC kill ticks in my landscaping and yard?
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Suspend SC is labeled for ticks and can be applied to lawns and landscaped areas. It will be mixed at a 1.5 fl oz per gallon of water per 1,000 sq ft once a month.

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04/22/2015John from NY asked:

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Is Suspend SC an instant kill?
Is this product an instant kill?
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Suspend SC is not a contact kill. It does take some time to effect insects after they contact a treated surface.  They will die within a few hours up to 24 hours

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04/21/2015rich from palm bay Florida asked:

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What is the best product to use to get rid of German roaches. I would prefer a spray.
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We really recommend using more than one product to eraciate roaches.  You could our German Roach kit. The German Roach Control Kit is perfect for roach control problems in homes, apartments, and similar small treatment areas. This kit is designed specifically to treat infestations that have been Identified as German Roaches but it will treat other common roaches, as well. 

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04/15/2015Keith from Ri asked:

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Will Suspend SC kill fruit flies?
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Suspend SC is not specifically labeled for fruit flies. We do carry Tempo SC Ultra which is labeled for fruit flies. We also recommend eliminating the source and applying traps to the area.

Fruit Fly Control Article

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04/02/2015Jack from atlanta, ga asked:

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I checked with Bayer and they say that Suspend "suppresses" mites meaning it only kills 50% so not sure you
can say it is that effective. Also says this on the label. Have your customers found it effective for bird mites?
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Suspend SC is not labeled for bird mites and we do not recommend it for that use. Susped is successfully used for plant infesting mites. It is important to be absolutely sure you are actually dealing with bird mites. Have the suspected bird mite identified by a reputable source, such as your local cooperative extension office or a reputable pest control operator. Treatments will vary for different pests. Treatment for say bedbugs is much different than the treatment for bird mites.  If you do indeed have bird mites, you must first find the source of the infestation, usually a bird nest or a dead bird on or in the home. Removal of the infested nest or bird and a thorough cleanup is necessary. For treatment in the home, we recommend you frequently vacuum all carpet and upholstery and dispose of the bag or vacuum contents in a sealed bag outdoors. Spray Sterifab on couches, chairs and other upholstered furniture where you may spend time resting. Use Cimexa dust in all cracks and crevices around the perimeter of the room. Apply a thin coat of MotherEarth dust to rugs and carpets. Rake (not sweep) nap back and forth, causing dust to enter rug or carpet. Let product sit overnight. Repeat application as necessary and vacuum every 3 - 4 days for effective control. MotherEarth dust does not have a fast knockdown, it can take several days for insects to die after they contact the dust. Onslaught can be used for a faster knockdown. Thoroughly apply as a fine particle broadcast spray using a hand pump sprayer to infested rugs and carpets and other cracks and crevices around the perimeter of each room. Put all clothes through the dryer on high heat to help kill mites and their eggs.We have had many customers use the above recommendations with great success. Most customers report that it can take several months to get rid of all of the mites. Finding and removing the source of the infestation is very important and is the key to getting rid of the mites for good.

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03/25/2015Albert from waveland ms asked:

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Will Suspend SC kill carpenter bees that are in between a sandwiched beam
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Suspend SC will kill carpenter bees that contact a treated surface or that are sprayed directly with it.

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02/17/2015Rusty from cumberland ri asked:

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Suspend SC for spider mites?
Had spider mites in my indoor garden if I empty the garden and treat with Suspend SC will that rid me of the spider mites?
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Suspend SC is not labeled to treat spider mites so we would not recommend it.  Most folks choose a product such as Talstar P as it is labeled for spider mites and is known to be gentle on plants.

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01/13/2015Shabbar from Conroe, TX asked:

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New Home Pest Treatment
I have purchased a new home and would like to do the pest treatment in and around the home myself. Could you please show me how to go about it. Products I need. How often to do what.
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Suspend SC is a very good product. It is a general pesticide that is labeled to treat various pests, including ants, roaches, spiders, etc. Suspend SC can be used indoors and outdoors. The residual is about 3 months indoors and 1 month outdoors. You will spray around the baseboards and cracks and crevices indoors. Outdoors, you can spray around the perimeter of your home.

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12/16/2014Jonathan asked:

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When using Suspend SC do I need a respirator mask?
Is Suspend SC bad to breath while treating interior off house?
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For general treatment indoors, using a basic respirator mask such as the N95 Valved Respirator Mask would be fine to use but is not required.  When using products such as Suspend SC according to the product label it is safe to use and there would be no danger of inhaling any odors.

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12/14/2014Marcia from Penobscot, ME. asked:

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Is this product effective against European fire ants?
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Yes, Suspend SC is labeled for and works very well at eliminating Fire Ants regardless of the sub-species. Please be sure to read the product label for use instructions.

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11/23/2014Fred from pa asked:

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I ordered Precor and Suspend for a bad flea infestation, how would you treat? We have kids
I was thinking wetting all floors down and all baseboards, cat bedding, etc. with Suspend SC and Precor IGR. Do I combine the two and wet all floors? What are your thoughts? We are in the process of sanding wood floors so staining isn't an issue. I know the cracks are filled with eggs
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Suspend SC and Precor IGR can be mixed together in the same sprayer so you do not have to treat twice. You will need to vacuum all areas prior to treatment. This includes all the carpet, upholstered furniture, baseboards and other indoor areas that are frequented by pets. Discard the bag when done. Pet bedding should be clean and replaced. You will spray Suspend SC and Precor IGR in areas where the fleas have been found. You will vaccum daily for 14 days and do a second treatment with Suspend SC. It is possible that another treatment will need to be done after the two initial treatments so you will use the Precor IGR if a third treatment is needed.

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11/10/2014Chloe from Virginia asked:

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After the application of Suspend, if I vacuum that area, will the product still be effective?
Will the product remain on the carpet after vacuuming?
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Suspend SC is really labeled to be applied to cracks and crevices not as a broadcast over carpet. If you were to vacuum a treated area after it has dried it would not take the product up.

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10/31/2014Mike from Brandon, FL asked:

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Can Suspend SC liquid be applied to Harwood floors?
I have engineered hardwood floors and my installer and the manufacturer's warranty state that the floors are to remain dry and to immediately wipe up any spills. Is there a way to apply Suspend SC to hardwood floors to treat for everyday pest control?
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Suspend SC cannot be applied to hardwood floors. It is meant to be applied to cracks and crevices only. Normally, for general pest control we recommend to stick to cracks, crevices and entry points.

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10/25/2014Christa from PA asked:

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flea problems
I want something to spray on the my carpets and couch. It says you can but then discourages putting on the couches. I have a 5 year old and a three year old so it concerns me chemicals but something has to be done. Please help. What is the best Suspend SC or would Demize ER work better?
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Suspend SC is a good option for fleas. You would need to mix an IGR (insect growth regulator) with it to make sure the fleas do not reproduce. We would recommend the same with Demize EC. These products should be added to water and directly applied with a gallon sprayer to problem areas such as rugs, carpets, furniture, pet bedding, baseboards, and cracks and crevices

We would recommend using Ultracide. It contains an insecticide, as well as an IGR (insect growth regulator). This will stop the fleas from reproducing. It is safe to spray on your furniture. This will kill the flea larvae and eggs as well as the adult fleas. You will do your first treatment and then vacuum daily for 14 days and do a second treatment. Sometimes a third and/or fouth treatment is necessary.

We would not recommend spraying when the children are in the room. Once the products have had time to dry, 2-4 hours, they can return to the room(s) that have been treated.


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10/08/2014Don from Poinciana, Florida asked:

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Is it acceptable to spray under the oven and frig. w/o moving them to access the cracks and crevices?
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If you are unable to access the cracks and crevices behind appliances, using the wand on your hand pump sprayer, reach as far under the appliance as you can to apply the solution to the cracks and crevices and in between the appliances.

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09/29/2014John from United States asked:

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I need an effective inside spider eliminator that is safe to use around children.
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We would recommend using Suspend SC. It is a very good residual product that can be sprayed indoors and outdoors. Indoors, you will spray along the baseboards and cracks and crevices. Outdoors, you can spray around the perimeter of your home and in places where the spiders would reside. Once the product is dry, it is safe for your children to return to the room. It also dries clear.

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09/29/2014Beverly from Bonners Ferry, Idaho asked:

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How can we stop Daddy Long Legs insects from coming into our house? 16 so far. We have children & pets
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We would recommend using Cyper WP. This can be sprayed around the baseboards and cracks and crevices indoors. Outdoors, you will spray around the perimeter of your home. You will use two scoops per gallon of water. This is residual product and will work for up to 3 months indoors and 30 days outdoors. It can leave a powdery residue because it is a wettable powder. Once Cyper WP is dry, it is safe for pets and children to come into the rooms that were sprayed.

If you are wanting something that will dry clear, we would recommend using Suspend SC. You will use this around the cracks and crevices indoors and around the perimeter outdoors. You will use 0.75-1.5 fl. oz. per gallon of water. Once Suspend SC is dry, it is safe for children and pets to return to the area.

Both of these products will kill and keep killing the spiders.


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09/17/2014Kristy from Tampa, FL asked:

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Is Suspend SC safe for a home with infant and pets?
An exterminator is going to use this product in my home, and I am concerned about safety for my 5 month old son, dog and two cats.
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Yes, Suspend SC is safe once it is dry for children and pets. We would not recommend spraying when they are in the room. Once the product dries, it is safe for the children and pets to return to the room. It is colorless and virtually odorless so it will not be detable by them. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.

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09/12/2014Cory from Irmo, SC asked:

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I purchased Talstar P and absolutely love it. Should I purchase another product and alternate?
I was wondering if the insects would develop an immunity over time to the Talstar P. If so what product should I buy to use every other time, altering with Talstar P?
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We appreciate your business!

It is possible that certain strains of bugs could build up a resistance to certain products. Alternating products would be a good idea. We would recommend using Suspend SC. It works the same way as Talstar P, but it has a different active ingredient. It can be used indoors and outdoors. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.


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09/12/2014Max from Phoenix AZ asked:

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Suspend SC or Cyzmic CS
Hi, I had this pest control company and they were using Suspend SC and Cyzmic CS around the house. Not sure about the difference between the two but I want to do it myself now. Do I need to buy and use both at the same time or will one product will get the job done? Thanks
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Both Suspend SC and Cyzmic CS are great general purpose pest control products and treat many of the same types of insects. Depending on the particular type of insect(s), one might be betther than the other. We recommend hat you make sure that the pest(s) you are treating for are on the product label and mix accordingly as instructed. Typically, you are able to get the same results with either the Suspend SC or Cyzmic CS. There would not be a reason to use both. Pleae let us know if you have any further questions.

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