Indoors: Ants, Roaches & Flies: In a well-ventilated room, with nozzle pointing away from your face, spray to sufficiently wet, kill and then repel crawling ants, roaches and other listed insect pests in homes, restaurants, hospitals, schools, food processing establishments and elsewhere. Spray kitchen cabinets, drawers and closets, under sinks and into wall and floor cracks and crevices. Use in both edible and non-adible product areas of Federally-approved meat, poultry and egg producing establishments. Kill flies and mosquitoes in the air and on all surfaces attracting them using the wide-spray nozzle setting. Reapply as needed.
Fleas: Before spraying, test a corner of fabric for compatibility. Hold container tilted down away from your face and, using the wide-spray nozzle position, spray with a sweeping side-to-side motion to kill adult fleas hidden in carpets, rugs, dog and cat bedding and under furniture. One pint (16 oz.) will kill fleas on contact over a 200 sq. ft. area. Reapply as needed.
Outdoors: Crawling & Flying Pests: Hold container upright. Spray away from your face sufficiently to wet, kill and then repel crawling ants (including fire ants), roaches, flies, and mosquitoes in the air and on surfaces. Thoroughly spray around windows and doors; wet ant trails on sidewalks, paths and buildings; and spray one foot on either side of these areas. Spray ground holes where ants live. Spray garbage cans, dumpsters and manure piles to kill on contact flies, roaches and ants and their eggs, larvae and pupae. Do not spray plants.
Barbecues & Picnics: Control Pesky Insects Outdoors: To keep pesky insects away, lightly spray tables and outdoor furniture, BBQs, grills, paths and grass a few minutes or so before your party starts and food is served. Do not spray open flames or hot coals. Spray all surfaces you wish to keep free pf flying and crawling insects. Reapply as needed.
Storage & Disposal: Storage: Store container in a cool, dry place. Disposal: If empty: Non-refillable container; do not reuse or refill this container. Clean container promptly after emptying, then offer for recycling if available. Otherwise, place in trash. If partly filled: Call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions. Never place unused product down any indoor or outdoor drain.