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EMIT WASP & HORNET SPRAY
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EMIT Wasp & Hornet Spray is a ready-to-use aerosol light foamy spray formulation. When sprayed, it generates a jet of wet misty foam that provides the rapid knockdown of Prallethrin and the killing power of Cyfluthrin in a specially designed powerful aerosol spraying mechanism. The spray foams up, killing any wasps or hornets touching it. The foam also disable their flight ability, preventing it from exiting the nest. Saturate the entire nest to kill the entire nest.
TARGETS: Wasp, Hornet, Yellow Jackets
FOR USE: Control Wasps and Hornets to prevent stings.
HOW DOES IT WORK
DIRECTION FOR USE
*Practice before actual spraying.
*First timer users, do buy an extra can to
*Shake Well Before Use.
Personal Protection - If you possess a bee suit, wear it for protection. If you do not possess a bee suit, wear thick, baggy clothing with a hood, covering all exposed parts of your body, especially the head, neck, and face. Ensure you are wearing eye protection, a respirator, and rubber gloves.
Direction of Spray - Aim for the nest opening and spray until the opening is saturated with foam solution before continuing to saturate the entire nest.
Duration of Spray - Aim and spray for a 6~8 secs burst. Retreat quickly to a safe area and observe the hive from a distance. Continue spraying the hive if no danger is present. Leave the hive for 24 hours and scrap off the hive if no more activities are observed.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
PRECAUTION! DEALING WITH HORNETS
Householders exterminating a hornet nest themselves should do so at night, when most of the insects are in the nest and less active.
A full wasp suit and head veil sealed at the wrists, ankles and collar is strongly recommended. Hornet nests usually have a single opening (typically toward the bottom), where the wasps enter and exit.
Apply an Emit Wasp and Hornet spray directly into the nest opening.
It is crucial that the paper envelope of the nest not be broken during treatment or the irritated wasps will scatter in all directions, causing even greater problems.
Following treatment, wait at least 3-4 days before removing the nest to ensure that all of the wasps are killed. If hornets continue to be seen, the treatment may need to be repeated.
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