( 5 product reviews )
Crawling Insect Control Dust is 100% Diatomaceous Earth, which is composed of finely milled fossilized shells of microscopic organisms called diatoms. It is a light dust that clings easily to the bodies of insects as they walk or crawl over it. Unlike boric acid dusts that work best when ingested, Crawling Insect Control Dust only requires contact with the insect to be effective. The dust then absorbs the waxy cuticle surrounding the insect, causing the insect to dehydrate and die.
Crawling Insect Control Dust also has a great long term residual effect when applied to cracks and crevices. It is a great all-natural and organic solution for controlling ants, bed bugs, box elder bugs, carpet beetles, centipedes, crickets, cockroaches, earwigs, fleas, grasshoppers, millipedes, slugs, and silverfish.
EPA Reg. No. 73729-1-67197
Crawling Insect Control Dust is intended for application with a hand duster, powder duster, or other similar means for application to areas where crawling insects are found. Apply Crawling Insect Control Dust to cracks and crevices with the use of a bulbous duster or other suitable equipment. Apply lightly and uniformly.
For specific instructions for type of bug and/or environment treating please refer to FAQs for more information.
Q. How do I use Crawling Insect Control Dust?
A. Please read for the specific type of bug or are you are treating:
Q. Is there an MSDA available for Bed Bug Patrol?ÿ
Posted by judy on 5th Nov 2012
Since I've used this product. I find dead bugs here and there. It works great on the animal bedding for fleas!
Posted by Tammie in Dallas Tx. on 16th Mar 2012
After getting bit daily and not sleeping well I ordered the dust and it was one of the best decisions I made. I use it on my bed, carpet and furniture - messy but well worth it.
Posted by Lance R. on 17th Nov 2011
Used this on a scabies infestation and it works great. Just use a HEPA rated vacuum cleaner to suck it back up or it will make a mess.
Posted by Jerry Manhattan, NY. on 17th Nov 2011
Used this for a bed bug infestation. It is an epidemic here in New York. It works great. The bed bugs dried up and were dead fairly quickly. Appreciate the natural solutions!
Posted by George K. Columbus, OH. on 17th Nov 2011
This dust works great and I'm really happy with the results. Many thanks!
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