D-Fense SC - 1 Pint (NOT FOR SALE IN AK-CT)

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D-Fense SC is a broad label insecticide containing suspended crystals of Deltamethrin. The low-odor concentrate provides effective knockdown and residual control of structural, ornamental and lawn/turfgrass pests. D-Fence can be used to treat infestations inside and outside residential commercial and industrial areas.

D-Fense SC - 1 Pint

Control Solutions' D-Fense SC is a powerful insecticide used to treat infestations of over 50 target pests. With 4.7% suspended Deltamethrin, the product guarantees quick kills and extended residual action indoors and outdoors. For use as a surface, spot or crack and crevice spray, D-Fense is safe for use in fabrics, plastics and other surfaces to treat bedbugs, fleas and lice. The product can be applied almost every area inside and around structures to provide total protection against pest infestations.

Why Should You Use D-Fense SC?

D-Fense includes dozens of indoor and outdoor pests in its label. In addition, it leaves a long lasting residual that controls pests for 3 months.

Target Pest(s): Ants, Carpet Beetles, Firebrats, Fleas, Gnats, Midges, Centipedes, Millipedes, Pantry Pests, Silverfish, Ticks, Bees, Bed Bugs, Boxelder Bugs, Fleas Ticks, Cecid Flies, Cockroaches, Crickets, Flies (including such flies as Stable, House, Cluster and Horseflies), Elm Leaf Beetles, Ground Beetles, Moths, Midges, Hornets, Killer Bees, Lice, Mosquitoes, Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle, Pillbugs, Scorpions, Sowbugs, Spiders, Yellowjackets, Wasps, Carpenter Ants and more. Please refer to the product label.
Manufactured By: Control Solutions
Active Ingredient: Deltamethrin - 4.75%
Size: 1 Pint
Yield/Application: 1 Pint yields 16 to 32 gallons of solution
Not For Sale To: AL, AK, AS, CA, DC, IL, KS, ME, NE, NV, NY, NC, VA

Directions for D-Fense SC Use

Mix D-Fense SC with water and apply as a general surface spray, crack and crevice spray or spot treatment using suitable application equipment such as hand or powered sprayers. Add D-Fence to water following the dilution rates found in the product label. D-Fence SC may be tank mixed with other currently registered pesticides unless prohibited by the product label. Conduct small-volume test to check the compatibility of the product to other insecticides. Please refer to the product label for dilution and application rates.

Apply D-Fense SC to sites where insects are hiding, congregating and breeding. Pay particular attention to cracks and crevices, wall voids and dark corners where insects usually hide. Use as a residual treatment to surfaces such as walls, doors, windows, screens and other structures to create barriers. Use the product for perimeter treatments, broadcast treatments and residual spray to lawns, perimeter soil and ornamental plants. Carefully read the product label for specific use instructions.

Where to Apply D-Fense SC

D-Fense SC is for use in, on and around residential buildings, commercial buildings, industrial buildings and modes of transport. Areas of use include apartments, homes, hotels, restaurants, hospitals, schools, non-food/feed areas of food/feed handling and processing establishments, mobile homes, warehouses, ships, aircraft, trailers, buses and trucks.

Please refer to and follow the instructions on the Product label.

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Q. how long does D-Fense SC last??
A.  You should not reapply earlier than 21 days because of the residual, however, how long the residual will last will really depend on the elements and etc. In perfect conditions, the residual may last for up to 3 months. However, it may not last that long and we usually recommend treating anywhere between once every 1-3 months. If you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to contact us again.
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Q. What is the shelf life??
A.  Stored in good temperature the shelf life of liquid concentrated insecticides are generally 2-3 years.
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