PT Wasp Freeze Aerosol - 17.5 oz.

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Wasp Freeze is specially formulated for immediate control of stinging insects such as bees, wasps and hornets. PT Wasp Freeze is armed with ultra-fast active ingredients to kill target pests in seconds. Its specially designed to spray a jet 15 feet long, minimizing the risk of sting attacks.

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PT Wasp Freeze Aerosol - 17.5 oz.

Wasp Freeze is a unique product designed to kill stinging insects indoors and outdoors. PT Wasp Freeze Aerosol provides lightning-fast action to prevent bees and wasps from releasing pheromones that attract other stinging insects. When released, the powerful mist extends up to fifteen feet, keeping you safe from attacks. In addition, provides a short term residual control to ensure that the pests are eliminated in their nests.

Why Should You Use?

Wasp Freeze delivers a swift blow to stinging insects while reducing the chances of getting stung.

Target Pest(s): Bees, Hornets, Spiders, Yellow Jackets and Wasps
Manufactured By: Whitmire Micro-Gen
Active Ingredient: Allethrin - 0.129%

Phenothrin - 0.129%

Size: 17.5 oz.
Yield/Application: 10-20 spots per 100 sq. ft.
Not For Sale To: AK, HI

Directions for Use

Align the actuator towards the direction of treatment. For overhead treatments, align the actuator opening with the mark on the valve cup. Do the opposite for downward treatments. Hold the container upright and spray towards the nests or pests at a distance of 6 to 15 feet. Apply directly into nest openings for 6 to 8 seconds. Thoroughly treat nests until damp. Contact as many insects as possible. For best results, conduct treatments early in the morning or late in the day. Consult the product label for more information.

Where to Apply

Wasp Freeze is labeled for use outdoors on flying insects.

Please refer to and follow the directions on the PT Wasp Freeze Aerosol product label.

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Q. If I use the Wasp Freeze Aerosol to spray on the bee's nest, won't I get stung??
A.  We recommend that you apply the PT Wasp Freeze Spray onto the bee's nest during the evening or morning time when the sun is not out as the bees are diurnal creatures like us. If you would like to take extra precautions before applying the PT Wasp Freeze Spray, you can wear a protective bee suit if you wish. The PT Wasp Freeze spray can spray from up to 15 feet far. Please refer to the product label for more details.
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Q. Where exactly can I spray the PT Wasp Freeze??
A.  PT Wasp Freeze Aerosol does not have to be sprayed directly into the hole. It is recommended to spray an over-all around the whole hive.
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Q. When I spray PT Wasp Freeze??
A.  The manufacturer states that PT Wasp Freeze is an instant knock-down contact kill.
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Q. When is the best time to use PT Wasp Freeze Aerosol??
A.  Best time of day to treat is in evening or early in the morning, since wasps and hornets congregate on or in nest at night. To prevent dying insects from falling on skin and clothing, do not stand directly under nest being treated.
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Q. wasp spray?
A.  PT Wasp Freeze Aerosol and Stingray Wasp & Hornet Jet Spray are similar for the reason that they can kill pests instantly. The only difference is that PT Wasp Freeze Aerosol travels up to 15 ft above the ground while Stingray Wasp & Hornet Jet Spray travels up to 20 ft above the ground.
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Q. wasp spray?
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We do apologize for the delay in our response.

The wasa freez can itself is not full. Whitemire/Micro-Gen does not fill up the Wasp Freeze can but the amount of insecticide that is included inside the can is 17.5 oz. We do not use nor do we resell used products. We apologize for the confusion and the inconvenience.

If you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to contact us again.

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