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Eradisect is the best flying and crawling insect killer spray on the market. With rapid knockdown and good flushing properties, insects will no longer cause problems.
Contains: Pyrethrins 0.2% Cypermethrin 0.11%
Eradisect Crawling Insect Killer is suitable for professional and amateur use against a range of crawling and flying insects.
Controls: Flies, wasps, cockroaches, ants, fleas, moths, bed bugs, lice and all other flying and crawling insects.
This product is made here in the UK. With the rising costs of importing products, it has never been a better time to buy British. Buying UK made product not only means you are helping to reduce our carbon footprint, but you are also supporting UK manufacturers. We’re proud to be a UK manufacturer and supporter of UK trade, and pride ourselves on manufacturing and sourcing the highest quality UK made products wherever possible.
Spray our insect killer directly on surfaces. For example, a 4-5 second burst is suitable for 1m, 2m, or 2-4 linear metres of skirting board.
To flush insects out
Flies, wasps and mosquitoes
Spray walls of stables and outbuildings, windows and door frames, shady humid surfaces out of doors, wheelie bins and other places where flies, wasps and mosquitoes like to rest. Once finished, repeat the treatment when necessary.
Dog ticks and fleas
To treat dog ticks and fleas using our crawling insect spray, spray carpets and other places where these pests are found. Including areas around skirting boards and cracks in walls and between cupboards. Do not spray the animal, and make sure the location where the animal sleeps is dry before the animal re-enters.
Carpet beetles and clothes moths
Spray under carpets, rugs and furniture, in cupboards, wardrobes, and drawers. For maximum effectiveness when using Eradisect insect spray, repeat at regular intervals.
To treat bed bugs, first, spray bed frames and all furniture. Please pay special attention to cracks and crevices; also seams of mattresses and any place where the bugs conceal themselves. Mattresses must be dry before putting the sheets back on.