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Raid Ant Killer 16, Unscented, 17.5 oz (1 lb 1.5 oz) 496 g

Item# 9990000041609911P | Model# 41609911 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Raid Ant Killer 16, Unscented, 17.5 oz (1 lb 1.5 oz) 496 g
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Kills on contact! Faster killing Raid Ant Killer 16 kills ants in two ways: 1) It kills bugs fast - on contact and 2) It keeps on killing with residual action even after you spray, for up to 4 weeks. Contact kill gives you immediate results when spraying individual ants. Residual kill keeps on killing the ants that return to the areas you have sprayed. Contains no CFCs or other ozone depleting substances. Federal regulations prohibit CFC propellant in aerosols. For household use only.

Directions: It is a violation of Federal Law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. For Household Use: Shake well before each use. Hold container upright. Do not spray up into air. Apply to surfaces only. Point spray opening toward surface to be sprayed and press button firmly. Hold about 12 inches from surface being sprayed. Spray until surfaces are wet. Avoid excessive wetting of asphalt, tile, rubber and plastic materials. More frequent application will be required to maintain control on plywood surfaces. Repeat treatment as necessary. Ants: Apply to ant trails, also around doors, windows and wherever ants enter house. Roaches, Waterbugs: Spray until wet in cracks around baseboards and other hiding places. When bugs are driven out, spray directly. Silverfish, Crickets, Spiders: Spray areas infested by these pests. Storage: Store away from heat or open flames, in an area inaccessible to children. Disposal: Do not puncture or incinerate! If Empty: This container may be ... read more
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