How CimeXa Insecticide Dust Works
CimeXa Insecticide Dust contains natural silica gel, which starts to work on the pest insects after contact. The dust sticks to their exoskeleton and penetrates the waxy coating, resulting in dehydration and death. CimeXa dust doesn't kill the pests on contact. It takes hours for the dust to take effect and to start the dehydration process.
Where to Use CimeXa Insecticide Dust
Use CimeXa insecticide dust indoors where ants, roaches and other pests congregate, nest and breed. It helps to keep pests from crossing entryways from the outside and taking up shelter in out-of-the-way sites like crawlspaces. Apply CimeXa dust to target and to eliminate pests in and around:
- Agricultural facilities
- Food-handling plants
- Wall edges
CimeXa insecticide dust kills pests at all life stages, including the nymphs that have hatched from dusted eggs. It eliminates numerous ant species and helps to prevent termite infestations in residential, commercial and industrial areas. Use CimeXa dust to target:
Tips for Using CimeXa Insecticide Dust
- Apply around the edges of walls in basements and attics.
- Use behind couches and in other out-of-the-way spots.
- Apply the dust with a power duster, a puffer bottle or a handheld bellow.
- Mix it in the tank with water to use as a liquid application.
- Target flea eggs with a light dusting in affected areas.
CimeXa Insecticide Dust Works for Years
When it's applied in an undisturbed area, CimeXa insecticide dust will provide residual pest control for up to 10 years. Its unique mode of action doesn't kill the pests right away; however, it causes eventual death through dehydration. It controls the most invasive insects such as roaches and fleas, and the dust will start to work at the moment of contact. If pest insects have invaded garages, transport vehicles and other spaces, kill them and keep them out with CimeXa insecticide dust.