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I thought this was a great price, when I bought it at $2 higher, last week. Now, it has dropped to $6.98 with Free Shipping w/ Prime or purchase of $25+ https://www.amazon.com/Cutter-Bac...den&sr=1-1 - In stock July 3

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  • Kills fast: kills mosquitoes, listed ant types, fleas and other listed insects
  • Quickflipphoseeenddsprayerr:hose-end-sprayer activates spray at the flip of a switch – just grip, flip and go
  • Lasts all summer: controls up to 12 weeks against house crickets, carpenter ants, harvester ants, lady beetles and earwigs
  • Coverage: treats up to 5,000 square feet of lawn
  • NO MIXING REQUIRED: Attach the sprayer to a garden hose to treat your lawn, landscape and outdoor surfaces where insects hide
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Symptoms of poisoning include burning sensation, convulsions, cough, laboured breathing, shortness of breath, sore throat.[2] Skin exposure may also result in a sensation described as a tingling, itching, burning, or prickly feeling. Onset may occur immediately to four hours after exposure and may last 2–30 hours, without damage. First aid measures are included with the label information.[18]

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I bought it last year and I think there is quite a lot of reduction but is effective for like 7~10 days in my area (suburbs near New Orleans, LA). I personally just buy DEET based mosquito repellent spray for myself and they work great for me but it is harmful for children.
What about why would feet harmful to children
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Anybody know if this works
Didn't work for me neither. I had mediocre hopes at this price but I don't think it did anything
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It didn't for me. What does work is a bat house provided you live in a suitable area. A single bat house took care of 99% of the bugs around me, plus now I have bats and free fertilizer.
I imagined you saying this in a deep raspy voice and ending the statement with ".... Because I'm BATMAN!"
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Lowes and Menards has it for same price. Menards has an additional 11% off too
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A moderate rain and this stuff is gone. Wear plastic gloves if you use this. My index finger and palm swelled up big time for two days after getting this stuff on my hand.
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Anybody know if this works
Didn't work for me neither. I live in NYC.
My neighbor(operating a vehicle repair shop at their garage) stacked up old tires near my backyard fence. So a lot mosquito and/or gnat every summer. Used this product, but didn't work.
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Can anyone recommend a product that's safe for children playing in the yard?
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Just buy talstar P or bifentherin with a lawn hose end sprayer. Will last you a lot longer and this is what professional companies use.
I buy bifen and permethrins and add extra to the ready to spray bottles
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Lowes and Menards has it for same price. Menards has an additional 11% off too
Home Depot is matching the price if they carry it plus they match the 11% from Menards
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Kills bees. Wouldn't use this
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Can anyone recommend a product that's safe for children playing in the yard?
The one the op posted as well as Bug B Gon should be fine for children but you HAVE to make sure it's completely dry before kids/animals go on the grass.

Keep in mind there's always a chance that they can have an allergic reaction to it.
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This stuff is a good part of getting rid of bugs and especially mosquitoes, but mosquitoes are a multi faceted approach for elimination.

First you have to remove all standing water near your property. This can be puddles, water on the top of things, even a little puddle of water in a leaf on your lawn. These all are breeding grounds for mosquitoes.

Next you blanket spray the yard and all your foliage with something like this, but ideally you want a combo of Bifenthrin and an Insect Growth Regulator (IGR). These work to kill current mosquitoes and stop newly laid ones. Don't spray this stuff on flowers though, it can kill bees.

Lastly you need a fogger if you've got a lot of foliage and bushes. A fogger with Bifenthrin and/or IGR will get under the leaves of your bushes and plants where the spray doesn't kit and where is a common area for mosquitoes to lay eggs.

These 3 things together will significantly reduce mosquitoes around your property.

Or build a bat house and figure that out.
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This stuff is a good part of getting rid of bugs and especially mosquitoes, but mosquitoes are a multi faceted approach for elimination.

First you have to remove all standing water near your property. This can be puddles, water on the top of things, even a little puddle of water in a leaf on your lawn. These all are breeding grounds for mosquitoes.

Next you blanket spray the yard and all your foliage with something like this, but ideally you want a combo of Bifenthrin and an Insect Growth Regulator (IGR). These work to kill current mosquitoes and stop newly laid ones. Don't spray this stuff on flowers though, it can kill bees.

Lastly you need a fogger if you've got a lot of foliage and bushes. A fogger with Bifenthrin and/or IGR will get under the leaves of your bushes and plants where the spray doesn't kit and where is a common area for mosquitoes to lay eggs.

These 3 things together will significantly reduce mosquitoes around your property.

Or build a bat house and figure that out.
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Thats it?
It's a struggle, and then your neighbors have a bin of water sitting out and you basically did all that for nothing.
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