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Osh from MOSIER,OR asked:

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What can I mix with the Permethrin and water to help it 'stick' to my outside foundation wall so it lasts longer as an ant barrier? A little dish soap?
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We would suggest mixing some Hi-Yield Spreader Sticker to your solution. For more information on treating ants, please click on the link below.

 

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Shell from Grayville, Illinois asked:

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How long after dog is dipped in Permethrin solution can it be given a regular bath?
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It is recommended to wait two weeks after the treatment of Permethrin SFR 36.8% to bathe your dog or you will simply remove the insecticide. Permethrin can be reapplied every two weeks if needed so we would recommend that you bathe your dog prior to the Permethrin SFR 36.8%.

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Dee from Texas asked:

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Permethrin SFR suggested for use against Bed Bugs?
A local pest control supplier suggested use of Permethrin SFR in conjunction with NyGuard to combat our Bed bug problem. I see after purchase that "bed bugs" is not listed on the bottle. Have others had success with this product for this use or might the sales person have been misinformed. I don't want to waste my time or money using this product if I will not be expected to see results. Thinking of switching to Temprid SC or Transport Mikron after reading up on your website. If I did switch to either of those- could you recommend which has better success and would I still be able to use the NyGuard in the solution mix? Thanks!
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We do not recommend to apply Permthrin indoors at all or for bed bugs. We recommend using one of our Bed Bug kits. It really takes more than one product to eradicate bed bugs. This is why we have specially put our kits together.

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Johnny from Baytown,tx asked:

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Is Permethrin SFR 36.8% harmful to animals?
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Permethrin SFR 36.8% is safe for people and pets to be around after the treated area has dried. This takes 2-3 hours.

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Robert from Groton, CT asked:

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Is the Permethrin SFR oil based? I am looking for something that will not wash away with rain or sprinkler.
This will be used as a tick control agent, including Lone Star and Deer ticks.
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The Permethrin SFR is petroleum/oil based and will hold up the outdoor elements roughly 30 days which is roughly the same time as most of our other tick control products that are water based as well. To get further control over ticks its highly recommended to use an IGR (insect birth control) like NyGuard IGR in the same mixture to stop the reproductive cycle of the ticks on your property. NyGuard is specifically formulate to be mixed with any insecticide and will hold up to the outdoor elements for normally roughly 4 months.

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Bob from New Prague, MN asked:

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I purchased permethrin for mosquito control. I am confused about the dilution rate.
What do you recommend?
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If you purchased Permethrin SFR it is only labeled for mosquito control on livestock and in livestock premises like barns. For yard treatments of mosquitoes our top product is the Bifen IT, which is also a residual concentrate you mix with water and spray in the target areas of the property. You mix Bifen at the rate of 1oz per gallon of water and spray it roughly every 30 days or so outdoors for control.

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Jim from Minneapolis, MN asked:

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What is dilution ratio for hardwood floors? After it is dry, how soon can I let my cat back in?
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The dilution rate for Permethrin SFR depends on what you are treating for. It can be anywhere from 1 fl. oz. to 3 fl. oz. per gallon of water. What insect(s) are you treating for?

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Michael from Royse City, TX asked:

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Will this kill grasshoppers?
I am looking to treat 9 acres of pasture for grasshoppers, chiggers and ticks.
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No, Permethrin SFR 36.8% is not labeled for grasshoppers or chiggers, but it is labeled for ticks. 

We would recommend using Bifen IT. It is labeled for grasshoppers, chiggers and ticks as well as various other pests. It can be broadcast across a lawn but is not labeled for use in pastures.


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linda from collinsville,ms asked:

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Permethrin SFR 36.8% harmful to cats?
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Permethrin SFR 36.8% will not harm cats after the treated area has dried. This may take 2-3 hours.

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Sylvia from fort worth, tx asked:

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I'm having a flea infestation would Permethrin SFR 36.8% help and how often should I repeat these treatments?
flea infestation in my back yard...we live a wooded area lot of squirrels and birds. We've applied about 3 weeks ago but still don't seem to see a difference ..we used the 1.0% 5gallons
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Permethrin SFR 36.8% would be a great product choice for the treatment indoors and/or outdoors for fleas and ticks. Please add Archer IGR to impede the insects reproductive cylce. The products should be applied once every two weeks. We recommend mowing the lawn one to two days prior to the initial application. A minimum of two applications and up to four depending on the level of fleas. If you need anything else, please let us know.

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Bryan from Indpls., IN. asked:

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Tengard states the same active ingredient, but list roaches. What's different? Is SFR oil based?
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Both Tengard and Permethrin SFR are oil based. They both use Permethrin 36.8%, but have different manuacturers. Please let us know if you have any more questions.

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Leah from Warrior, AL asked:

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What is mixture ratio to spray cattle for flies with Permethrin SFR?
Want to mix 2 gallons.
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The product label for the Permethrin SFR gives a few different rates for applying to cattle.

For Horn flies, face flies, stable flies, house flies, horse flies, deer flies, black flies, eye gnats,
mange mites, scabies mites, ticks, lice and sheep keds you would use 4 fl. oz. to 25 gallons water (treats 50-100 head).
That breaks down to about .16 fl oz per 1 gallon.
For Horn flies, face flies, stable flies, ear ticks and lice you would use 4 fl. oz. to 2½ gallons
water (treats 64-80 head).
Please refer to the product label for complete instructions for your specific application.

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Robt. from Hot Springs Village, Arkansas asked:

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How to exterminate chiggers on decks, loose rock yards, grass areas adjacent to golf course
What is the best method & material to control Chiggers in central Arkansas? Most of the yard is covered with 1-2" diameter loose rock about 2" thick. The wooden deck 1-3' off ground. I tried High Yield Turf Ranger Insect Control Granules & Bayer Advanced Complete Insect Killer Concentrate (3oz/gal).
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Permethrin SFR 36.8% is not labeled for chiggers. Onslaught insecticide is labeled for chiggers and can be used both indoors and outdoors as a broadcast spray. Treatments for chiggers should begin in May and could need to continue through the summer as new chiggers move into the area. Treating the entire lawn is of little benefit because chiggers avoid direct sunlight and normally will not infest areas that are mowed or otherwise well maintained. Focus treatment on the unkempt areas of the lawn and lawn edge. You can also use Onslaught to do a barrier treatment around the outside of your home and in your crawl space to stop pests from moving indoors.

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jason from wisconsin asked:

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I want to spray Permethrin SFR 36.8%. How much per gallon?
Using to get rid of mosquitos, not sure if I use 1 2/3 oz per gallon or less.
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You will need to use 1 2/3 fl. oz. Permethrin SFR 36.8%   for each gallon of water to treat for mosquitoes.

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S. from Lebanon, Oregon asked:

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see nothing about the small 30ml separate portion of the bottle.
Is this a dual mix, in addition to adding the water to the sprayer? I am interested in killing mosquitos and flys.
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The Permethrin SFR as well as most other insecticides on the market has a built in measuring reservoir on the bottle for determining how much product you need to use per gallon without needing an additional measuring device for the product. There is no other product that has to be mixed with the Permethrin SFR in the water to make it work or effective.

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Chack from Corpus Christi, Texas asked:

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I have Cottonwood borer's in my trees. How can I get rid of them?
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Applying insecticidal soaps like Bonide Insecticidal soap. can help control the larvae, and insecticides like Permethrin SFR can be used to prevent the adults from laying eggs. Saturating the the soil at the tree’s base with insecticide is also recommended to kill the grubs still burrowing there.

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Chris from CHANTILLY asked:

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How can I user Permethrin SFR 36.8% to make tick tubes?
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We apologize but we are not familar with tick tubes and whether or not the Permethrin SFR would work for your uses. You can contact the manufacturer Control Solutions to see if they can better assist you at (281) 892-2500.

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Sherrill from bridgeton,nj asked:

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permethrin SFR 36.8%
I was going to order Sawyer Premium insect repellant which repels insects on clothing for 6 weeks or 4-6 washes. the active ingredient is 0.05% Permethrin. So instead I don't see why this product couldn't be used at a diluted rate (and what would the amount per gallon be to dilute it? As with the other product I should be able to use it in shoes, clothes, and around the house hopefully on couches, floors, rugs furniture, right?
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Permethrin SFR is a different formulation than the products that are labeled for use on clothing and other surfaces and it should not be used to treat clothing or other areas not listed on the product label under any circumstances.  We have to advise to follow the instructions on the product label.  Even though the products contain the same active ingredients, the formulations are very different.  Could you tell us what you are treating and we can make a product recommendation more appropriate for your use?

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Marcia from Morris, AL asked:

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I want to spray for mosquitoes in my backyard with Permethrin SFR, how much to use?
I have a patch of woods in the back of my backyard, and a lot of mosquitoes. I'd like to spray the grass and some of the bushes/tress close to the yard. How much Permethrin SFR should I use per gallon.
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Permethrin SFR is not labeled for general mosquito control so we do not recommend it for this use. We usually recommend using Bifen IT for mosquito control and it can be used with an IGR such as Pivot IGR to help sterilize the adults.

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David from Aransas Pass asked:

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How do i dilute Permethrin SFR for flea control in yard?
I'm having trouble understanding your recomendations for flea control. One part of the instructions states 1&2/3 ounces per gallon of water. Then it goes on to mention flea control for the YARD .4 to .8 ounces per gallon of water. We just sprayed our back yard for flea infestation with 1&2/3 ouncers per gallon. When would one only use .4 to .8 ounces per gallon? Would that be for subsequent monthly "maintenance" only?
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You can use any of the rates that you mentioned for flea control. The most common rates used for lawns would be .8 ounces per gallon. You will want to keep your grass short and target your sprays towards any area that holds moisture more than another. It can also help to use an insect growth regulator with the spray to help stop the reproductive cycle of the fleas. One of the best IGRs for this would be the NyGuard IGR which can easily be mixed and sprayed at the same time with the Permethrin to be applied at the same time.

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