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When applied to the exterior perimeter foundation or outside entry points of a structure, Termidor targets these perimeter pests as they travel over the treated surfaces. And now, Termidor applied into wall voids with a foam application can provide enhanced perimeter pest control. Regardless of which application method you use, Termidor controls pests in multiple ways for superior efficacy: direct ingestion, spray contact, and foraging and/or trailing over treated surfaces.

Termidor has low water solubility, low odor, and wont damage water-safe surfaces. Its easy-to-use formulation is suitable for all low-pressure power, backpack, hand-held sprayers and foamers. Best of all, Termidor significantly reduces nuisance ant and general pest callbacks.

The new Termidor WG and SC labels may not be approved in all states

Termidor is now labeled to treat the following pests:

  • Ants (acrobat, Argentine, big-headed, carpenter, crazy, odorous, pavement, pharaoh, thief)
  • Asian lady and darkling beetles
  • Box-elder bugs
  • Pillbugs
  • Centipedes
  • Cockroaches (Australian, Oriental, smokey brown)
  • House crickets European earwigs Cluster flies
  • Millipedes Silverfish Spiders (black widow, brown recluse, hobo, cellar)
  • Brown dog ticks
  • Paper wasps
  • Yellow jackets

Follow label directions for exterior perimeter pest control.

How we use it: Fipronil is the closest thing to magic a pest control tech can offer. It is non-repellent and it holds up very well to the exterior elements. This makes it our barrier treatment insecticide of choice. The downside of Termidor is it can hurt bee populations if applied on flowers and is not approved to be used inside. Given those limitations it is still so good that it can remove most pests just by tresting the exterior.

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