Crawling Insect Killer - Soil Mender
Made from 100% Diatomaceous Earth. It is intended for indoor and outdoor use to control ants, spiders, fleas, cockroaches, mites, earwigs, and other crawling insects.
Price: From $9.99 to $24.99
To control cockroaches, ants, spiders, fleas, earwigs, and other crawling insects. Using a hand
duster, apply lightly in dry areas where crawling insect pests are found or may hide, including cracks
and crevices, along baseboards, around sinks, cabinets, refrigerators and stoves; and in attics and
basements. Direct contact with dust is required for effective control. In food handling areas, or
areas where food or feed products are prepared or stored, apply as a “Crack and Crevice” or a “Spot”
treatment. As a crack and crevice treatment apply sparingly into cracks and crevices using equipment
designed to place powder into specific locations. Limit spot treatments to walls or floors where pests
are suspected of hiding. No individual spot treatments sheuld exceed 2 sq ft. All food or feed items
must be removed or covered before treatment. Treat open spaces below floors, above ceilings, within
walls, under stairs, underneath and behind equipment or appliances, around pipes, around sinks, in
utility closets and around garbage and waste cans. For best results, apply to dry areas. Repeat
treatment on dry surfaces as needed to maintain control or problem pests. If treated area becomes
moist, sweep or vacuum dust and discard in trash. Flea Control in Pet Areas: Thoroughly treat floor,
bedding in and around pet’s sleeping quarters. Treat surrounding cracks and crevices, baseboards,
furniture, carpeting, and wherever fleas are suspected. Apply dust to rugs and carpets with thin
coat of dust. Rake (not sweep) nap back and forth, causing dust to enter rug or carpet. Leave
overnight. Repeat applications and vacuum every 3-4 days as necessary for effective flea control.
This product will kill live fleas, repel others and help deodorize carpet.
To control ants, spiders, earwigs, mites, and other crawling insects. Using hand duster, dust
lightly in areas where insects are found such as windowsills, door frames, around foundations,
along ant trails, or garden areas where pests are suspected. Direct contact with dry dust is
required for effective control. Repeat treatment in problem areas as necessary for control.
Not for use in federally inspected meat & poultry plants.