HOW TO KILL INDOOR BUGS
Bengal Flying Insect Killer is a fast-acting aerosol spray that kills flying insects on contact. The powerful fog is odorless and non staining to any surfaces that it may contact. It may be used both indoors and outdoors to kill a broad spectrum of insect pests, including houseflies, fruit flies, mosquitoes, gnats, Asian lady beetles, black flies, blow flies, and small flying moths. Close all doors and windows and spray room at the rate of 2 to 3 seconds per 1000 cubic feet. Direct spray to all parts of the room, especially windows and other light sources which attract these insects. Keep nozzle in constant motion. Re-treat if infestation occurs, but not more than once every two weeks.
Bengal Ant & Spider Killer is one of our best products to control these pests. Spray areas where ants are found or may hide, including dark corners of rooms and closets; cracks and crevices in walls; along baseboards and door and window frames; behind and beneath sinks, stoves, refrigerators, and cabinets; and around garbage cans; plumbing and other utility installations. Pests driven out of hiding places should be sprayed directly. Spray ant trails and around doors and windows, and wherever else these pests may find an entrance.
Spiders often hide in dark inaccessible areas. Apply spray in small amounts directly into cracks and crevices, into openings leading into voids and hollow spaces in walls, around equipment legs and bases where these insects hide. Spray outside surfaces of window and door frames as well as other areas where these pests may enter the home. Also spray dark corners and localized resting areas (such as under eaves) or porches, patios, and garages where spiders may congregate. Repeat treatment in 5 to 7 days as necessary.
Bengal Insecticide Concentrate is a concentrate that is mixed with water in a pump sprayer according to the instructions - generally 1 fluid ounce per gallon of water. Initial clean out of heavy infestations may require 2 fluid ounces per gallon of water concentration. Apply as a coarse wet spray to surfaces where insects are normally found, such as floors, baseboards, and around walls.
Foggers are a popular method of treating indoor insects. Foggers are generally appropriate in cases of heavy infestation. Because the contents of a fogger are released into the space from a central location, the spray is dispersed widely.