Using Insecticide Dust

An important tool in the control and elimination of ants, cockroaches, silverfish, spiders, ticks, bedbugs, caterpillars, worms, and other pests, is insecticide dust.  Knowing when and how to use this product to kill unwanted bugs and pests is to become more familiar with pesticides, insecticides, and dusts.

There are so many different advantages in using insecticides that are in dust formulations.  The most common advantage is it is safe to use on pets and places where children abound.  Dusts are also ready to use when purchased, which make it an extremely popular way to control pests and bugs.

Education is the key in choosing the correct insecticide dust.  Depending on the type of pest control job and pests you want to control or eliminate – take the time to research the various types of products that are available.

There is a right way and a wrong way when it comes to applying dust.  Using theses products incorrectly can pose a serious risk for pets and children. Reading the label on the back of the product should let you know which product to use for different areas and jobs you have around your yard and home. By carefully following the directions and warnings listed on the label, you will be able to take care of the pests that are plaguing you and your family.

The most popular places to use a pest killing dust would be in cracks, crevices and wall voids. These are the places that bugs and pests frequent most often, because they hide and breed in these areas. Attics and gardens are other places that these types of dust are effectively used.