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Killing stink bugs, boxelder bugs and Asian lady bugs on contact. Quickly kill stink bugs and other unwanted insects with TERRO's new, fast-acting Stink Bug Killer. This effective, non-staining spray can be used indoors and outdoors.
Stink bug invasions have been on a steady rise since they arrived in the U.S. from Asia more than a decade ago. Now, homeowners can protect themselves from these unpleasant smelling pests with TERRO's new Stink Bug Killer. This powerful stink bug spray quickly kills on contact, wiping out infestations both indoors and outdoors. The non-staining formula is safe to use on hard surfaces and fabrics and does not leave behind an unpleasant odor.
Featuring a versatile, two-way spray nozzle, TERRO® Stink Bug Killer can be used as a coarse spray or as a crack and crevice treatment to control stink bugs, boxelder bugs, Asian lady bugs, carpenter ants and other pesky insects.
What IS a Stink Bug Anyway?
The stink bug is part of the family of insects called pentatomids, which means five-sided. There are a variety of stink bugs including the brown marmorated stink bug (the most prevalent species in the United States), green stink bug, spined soldier stink bug, two spotted stink bug, arboreal stink bug, red shouldered stink bug, and the rice stink bug.
Stink bugs were first spotted in the U.S. in September, 1998 in Allentown, PA. Since then, the invasive species has now spread to 38 states, including the western states of California and Oregon. The term 'stink bugs' refers to the defensive scent glands located on the underbelly of the bugs. When frightened or smashed, the bugs release a very unpleasant smell. Though not harmful to homeowners, stink bugs can take over your house in a matter of days, quickly turning from a few bugs into a full blown infestation.
Crack and Crevice Treatment:
Using the directional stream nozzle setting on the two-way spray attachment, hold container upright and tilt extension tube to a 90° angle with can.
Place injection tip ˝ inch into cracks and crevices where insects may be hiding, living and breeding.
Release a one-second spray per spot.
In serious infestations, if possible, place spots approximately 12 inches apart.
In light infestations or for preventative treatment, place spots approximately three feet apart.
In long running cracks, move the injector tip along the crack while spraying. Move at the rate of one linear foot per second in heavy infestations and three feet per second in light infestation.
Treating Outside Surfaces:
Spray foundation of home or building where insects are active and may find entrance up to a height of two to three feet.
Apply as a residual spray to outside surfaces of buildings where insects tend to congregate. Typical spray areas include screens, window frames, eaves, porches, patios, garages and refuse dumps.
View video for tips on how to quickly kill stink bugs with TERRO®Stink Bug Killer:
Contains tetramethrin (0.20%), permethrin (0.50%), piperonyl butoxide (1.00%) and other ingredients (98.30%)
1 lb. aerosol spray can
Two-way spray nozzle for spot or crack and crevice treatments