Insect Smoke Bomb
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Insect Smoke Bomb

£5.90

Insect pests are a frequent problem in the UK. Typically, these pests can reoccur every cycle and treatment is necessary to eliminate the infestation.

We recommend a varied use of different insecticides in order to maintain a pest-free garden.

We are delighted to offer a fantastic Mini Fumer tested and approved by HSE.

Prevention is better than a cure.

Product Features:

All sizes of smoke bomb are completely self-contained, no need to mix any chemicals and no risk of spillage.

The fumer does not leave a strong ‘chemical’ smell, can be used at any time and cannot contaminate water, so these smoke bombs are a very strong option to add to your integrated pest management inventory today!

We recommend the use of these in between every cycle to ensure a pest-free new crop.

Application Rates:

Mini fumer is suitable for an area of 7.5m³ to 10m³.

Midi fumer is suitable for an area of 20m³ to 30m³.

Maxi fumer is suitable for an area of 50m³ to 100m³.

How to use

Ensure there are no Pets, People, Plants or Food within the space you intend to use the smoke bomb.

Close all openings such as windows and doors. Make sure you shake the canister well and place it on a heat proof surface (layered aluminium foil will work) in the centre of the room with no objects close by.

Simply light the smoke bomb in the attic or room effected, and the smoke insecticide will be released and kill on contact all insects in said area. The smoke will access all cracks and crevices where we as humans cannot physically access.

Once activated, the fumer should ignite for about a minute. The smoke it releases contains the active insecticides and will start working immediately.

For your own safety, leave the room as soon as possible after lighting the smoke bomb, closing the door to the treatment area.

It is safe to return to the room approximately 3 hours after the fumer has finished smoking; let the room air by opening a window for an hour. The room is then safe to use again.

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