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Martin's Viper Insecticide Concentrate, 1 oz.

SKU # 129198099
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Martin's Viper Insecticide Concentrate is designed for residual pest control in and on buildings and structures and their immediate surroundings and on modes of transport. Permitted areas of use include industrial buildings, houses, apartment buildings, laboratories, buses, greenhouses (non-commercial) and the nonfood/feed areas of stores, warehouses, vessels, railcars, trucks, trailers, aircraft (cargo areas only), schools, nursing homes, hospitals (nonpatient areas), restaurants, hotels and food manufacturing, processing and servicing establishments. Let treated surfaces/areas dry before allowing humans and pets to contact treated surface/areas.

  • Not for use on plants being grown for sale or other commercial use, for commercial seed production or for research purposes
  • May be used indoors (excluding California)
  • Intended for dilution with water for spray application
  • Fill sprayer with the desired volume of water and add Viper Insecticide Concentrate
  • Close and shake before use in order to ensure proper mixing
  • Shake or reagitate sprayer before use if spraying is interrupted
  • Make up only as required; repeat treatments when needed
  • Contains 25.4% Cypermethrin

Specification Description
Brand: Martin's
Package Size: 1 oz.
Insect Type: cockroaches, spiders, fleas, ticks, ants, mosquitoes, scorpions, silverfish, wood infesting beetles
Natural or Organic: No
Main Ingredients: Cypermethrin
Product Type: Insecticides
Material: Liquid
Manufacturer Part Number 82005004

Will this kill BedBugs

Asked by: Ashley75
No, this product is not listed for bed bugs. The affected bugs are as follows. Firebrats Boxelder Bugs Fleas Centipedes Flies Chiggers Millipedes Cockroaches Mosquitoes (Maintenance) Pillbugs Crickets Silverfish Earwigs Sowbugs Elm Leaf Beetle Bees Ticks Cockroaches Wasps Scorpions Beetles Spiders
Answered by: ChrisCD
Date published: 2018-06-21
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