The advantage of a non-repellent insecticide is that the insects do not have a chance to evade the product, because they can not detect it. It is labeled for use as an indoor broadcast spray, spot spray or crack and crevice spray. A common use of Zenprox EC is to mix it with insect growth regulators (IGR) for roaches, bed bugs or fleas.
Use foggers (bug bombs) only with extreme care and only if bed bugs are listed on the label. Improper use can harm your health or cause a fire or explosion. Foggers should not be your only method of bed bug control. The spray will not reach the cracks and crevices where bed bugs hide. See Should I Use a Fogger? for more information.
Zoecon Zenprox EC kills adult fleas for up to one month. Use as an indoor broadcast application in homes, offices, warehouses and more. Use as a tank-mix partner with Gentrol IGR or Precor IGR to eliminate insect populations and prevent infestations.
Zenprox Xtend Aerosol combines four insecticidal active ingredients for a broad-spectrum aerosol. It contains both etofenprox, just like Zenprox and Methoprene which is an insect growth regulator. Zenprox Xtend kills quickly on contact and has residual activity, as well as stopping the life stages of listed pests.
This allows Zenprox Aerosol to overcome many species that may develop a resistance to the chemical such as bed bugs and roaches. Zenprox Aerosol also features pyrethrins and tetramethrin, giving it a wide arsenal of effective killing methods which guarantees the best results possible when sprayed.
Bed Bug Behavior and Habit. Understanding the behavior of bed bugs (how they eat, live, and reproduce) will help you to find an infestation before it becomes established and to monitor for the presence of bed bugs after your home has been treated.