How CrossFire Insecticide Aerosol Works
CrossFire Insecticide aerosol contains piperonyl butoxide, metofluthrin and clothianidin, three active ingredients that work together to kill bedbugs. Piperonyl butoxide increases the effectiveness of metofluthrin and clothianidin, which target the eggs, the larvae and the adults. The ingredients kill bedbugs of all life stages for up to 30 days, making this insecticide the ideal product for eliminating and controlling infestations now and for the future.
Where to Use CrossFire Insecticide Aerosol
Use CrossFire Insecticide aerosol in nonfood areas of hospitals, offices, hotels and other interior spaces. It's for use indoors where bedbugs have infiltrated and hidden in cracks and crevices. Spray the aerosol in apartments, mobile homes and kennels to eliminate and to prevent infestations. It's also useful for killing bedbugs in vehicles such as cars, boats and moving vans. Use this highly effective product to target bedbugs in and around:
- Construction sites
- Pet bedding
- University dorms
CrossFire Insecticide aerosol eliminates and controls bedbug adults, eggs and larvae. It can be sprayed directly on surfaces where these pests hide, such as in cracks and crevices of furniture and pet bedding. This insecticide kills the pests within five minutes and provides residual control for up to 30 days.
Benefits of CrossFire Insecticide Aerosol
- Kills bedbug adults, larvae and eggs
- Contains three ingredients for effective results
- For use on bedding, furnishings and other target areas
- Provides bedbug control for 30 days
- Quickly kills the pests within five minutes
Stop Bedbug Infestations With CrossFire Insecticide Aerosol
When bedbugs invade interior spaces, kill them on contact with CrossFire Insecticide aerosol. This insecticide is easy to spray and doesn't leave behind residues, stains or odors. It kills the pests within minutes of contact and provides effective control for a month. Apply it inside moving vehicles, in major businesses and on furnishings to target bedbugs where they live, breed and travel.