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All-Purpose Pest Control for Domestic Use
These super-effective smoke bombs are a simple but effective way of getting rid of a massive range of common pests. They’re suitable for use against cluster flies, fleas, bed bugs, silverfish, moths, and more. The smoke contains roughly 25% more insecticide than the smoke produced by other fumers, but it doesn’t leave a lingering smell after use, making it perfect for use anywhere in the home. In addition, this insecticide is non-toxic to people and animals, so once it’s dispersed it’s completely safe to use the area as normal once again.
Small and Non-Invasive
These 3.5g fumers are ideal for smaller rooms as they’re small and non-invasive. If the target room is properly sealed while you use them, you won’t notice smoke or odours bleeding through into other parts of your home. If you only have a small area to treat, you don’t need a large smoke bomb, so these small 3.5g fumers are the most efficient choice.
As with all smoke bombs, these fumers use a fuse which burns down, dispersing the smoke around the room. Unlike most smoke bombs, though, this fuse is non-sparking, meaning there’s no risk that they’ll singe your carpets or furniture when you use them.
These small smoke bombs are completely self-contained, with no extra chemicals or containers needed. You also don’t need to mix or prepare them in any way – just take the lid off and light the fuse. Their ease of use and cost-effectiveness makes these smoke bombs one of the best-value pest control products out there. With multi-pack savings available, you can get even more for your money – just select the required quantity of fumers from the drop-down box above.
How Many Smoke Bombs Do I Need?
The number of fumers you need depends on the size of your room and the type of pest you’re dealing with.
In a room of around 25m³, one smoke bomb is effective on bed bugs, ants, and cockroaches
In a room of around 90m³, one smoke bomb is effective on fleas and carpet moths
In a room of around 360m³, one smoke bomb is effective on other flying insects (mosquitoes, cluster flies, etc)
If you’re dealing with larger infestations in larger rooms, you will need multiple smoke bombs and may need larger ones.
How to Use
Open and wardrobes and drawers and clear them out before use. Use old towels or rags to block up any cracks in door or window frames as much as possible.
- Place the fumer on a heat-resistant surface as close to the centre of the room as possible.
- Remove the lid and light the fuse.
- Leave the room, making sure to properly close the door behind you.
- Wait for at least 3 hours – preferably overnight.
- Re-enter the room and ventilate thoroughly.
- Repeat after 7-10 days.
Works best when combined with dusting powder and surface sprays.
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