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Use Natural Pyrethrins for Fogging Homes, Restaurants, Commercial Food Handling Areas.
Fogging for various pests, both indoors and outdoors, is often used when a fast reduction of the pest population is required. This type of pest control is usually considered temporary yet necessary. Fogging outdoors and fogging indoors require different application methods and different insecticide fogging solutions.
Indoor Fogging Techniques
Outdoor fogging is
generally reserved for killing mosquitoes
when the mosquito population (in a given area) is
deemed too high. Outdoor fogging products can be applied with either a thermal
fogger or cold fogger. Products used
for outdoors can sometimes contain an insecticide that has a slight residual
effect but most contain insecticides that are noted for quick knock down and
little or no residual.
Fogging indoors requires
cleaner application to kill targeted pests. Thermal foggers that are
commonly used for exterior pest control are not suited well for indoor
use. Cold foggers are best for indoors. A cold fogger uses motor and
fan combinations to "cut" droplets into small particles suited for the
job. Professional foggers are available that allow you to adjust droplet
or particle size. Larger droplets sink faster, reducing wind drift (if
used outdoors.) Smaller droplets tend to float longer.
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When fogging indoors, do not use products produced for outdoor mosquito control. Resmethrin or Permethrin are often the active ingredients; using such ingredients indoors will create problems. Although safe for outdoors, the outdoor fogging products can be hazardous when used indoors.
Purchase and use fogging products that
contain natural pyrethrins (not synthetics such as Resmethrin); premium or
professional products also contain good synergists. Natural pyrethrins and
professional grade synergists will provide good knock down of pests and are
considered to be much cleaner to use.