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Ortho Home Defense Max Pest Control Wand + Ortho Insect Refill EXPIRED

sdaaronr 1,053 1,358 April 3, 2016 at 12:00 AM in Gardening & Outdoor (3) More Lowe's Deals
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Promoted 04-04-2016 by Discombobulated at 12:45 AM View Original Post
Lowes.com has 1.33-Gallon Ortho Home Defense Max Pest Control Wand + Ortho Home Defense Insect Refill (automatically added to cart) on sale for $13.27. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping. Thanks sdaaronr

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Offer for free refill will automatically be added to cart ($9.97 value). Offer valid through April 4, 2016. - Discombobulated

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Edited April 3, 2016 at 03:59 PM by Shorted
For every Ortho Home Defense Max Pest Control Wand you buy (Item# 2842), you get a free ORTHO Home Defense Insect Killer for Indoor and Perimeter Refill (Item #618033) automatically added to your cart for in-store pickup.

The Wand kit is selling for $13.27 in my area and then you get a refill for $9.99 for free.

http://www.lowes.com/pd_2842-446-...Id=3609656

If you order 4 x $13.27 for a subtotal of $53.08 (& get 4 free refills added to the cart), you can use the $10 off $50 coupon (google) for a total of $43.08 + tx for 8 or ~$5.39 each + tx.
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The ghosts of all the dead spiders in my garage would disagree...not to mention the 482 5-star reviews at Lowes.com.
Terro liquid ant baits. Thank me later.
I put a little on my tongue, it numbs my tongue. LMAO

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not an effective product
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not an effective product
The ghosts of all the dead spiders in my garage would disagree...not to mention the 482 5-star reviews at Lowes.com.
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Yup, must admit, after trying just about every worthless ant trap out there a friend told me about this stuff. This shit works wonders if you spray it around the perimeter or if you know where they are coming in at. I only need the little bottle so going to pass on this stuff. I think that after its been opened and sits for a year, it goes bad and is less effective(in my experience?) so I like to buy a new one every year. I spray once a year and don't have issues at all until the spring of the next year(now!) The ants are back and I need a bottle but not going to spend $13(or $50) on a couple gallons of this stuff when all I need is a little spray bottle.
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Will this kill the bees that come by my yard to pollinate my flowers, or will they be okay?
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not an effective product
true, it's hit our miss when we use it.
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Will this kill the bees that come by my yard to pollinate my flowers, or will they be okay?

yeah...no. Direct from product: "WHERE NOT TO USE
Do no allow this product to contact water supplies. Do not spray into air. Do not spray animals. Do not apply this product or allow it to drift to blooming plants if bees are visiting the treatment area."
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Will this kill the bees that come by my yard to pollinate my flowers, or will they be okay?
Umm, sure will. Just stand in your backyard near your trees and flowers, and spray in the air all around you, it will remove doesn't to be there.
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worked for me. maybe try tasting it see if works




swallow it see if it has same effect
I put a little on my tongue, it numbs my tongue. LMAO
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Yup, must admit, after trying just about every worthless ant trap out there a friend told me about this stuff. This shit works wonders if you spray it around the perimeter or if you know where they are coming in at. I only need the little bottle so going to pass on this stuff. I think that after its been opened and sits for a year, it goes bad and is less effective(in my experience?) so I like to buy a new one every year. I spray once a year and don't have issues at all until the spring of the next year(now!) The ants are back and I need a bottle but not going to spend $13(or $50) on a couple gallons of this stuff when all I need is a little spray bottle.
Terro liquid ant baits. Thank me later.
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Terro liquid ant baits. Thank me later.
my ants loved that stuff so much they never quit coming to the buffet.
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not an effective product
I live in Florida and can say this guy is a moron!!! This is in fact the ONLY shit that works!!! LMAOLMAOLMAOEEK!EEK!EEK!ConfusedConfusedConfusedRoll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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why would u want to kill your bees that come into ur yard to pollinate ur flowers?
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Thank you and repped!

I was skeptical of this stuff at first a few years ago, but I have to admit that it's been great for us!

We put it around the perimeter of our house every 8 or 9 months and it's made a night-and-day difference. I swear we literally see pretty much ZERO bugs.
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