Mike from Waukegan, Il writes,
What's the definition of "extreme temperatures" in regards to shelf life?
I have a bottle I ordered last year which has been opened and then stored in my basement. This past winter in the Midwest got a bit cold for stretches, below 0 for a few days at a time. My basement is allegedly heated, and was cold, but never got cold enough to freeze pipes or anything along those lines. The Termidor still appears milky white in it's bottle. Is there a cause for concern this bottle of Termidor may not be good anymore?
We recommend storing insecticide cocentrates such as Termidor SC out of direct sunlight and in temperatures no less than 45 degrees nd no higher than 85 degrees.
Answer last updated on: 04/17/2015