How to Effectively Apply Pressurized Solutions Aerosols
Knock 'em dead on the first shot.
Typically, when we think of stinging insects, we think wasps, hornets, and bees. These guys are pests, and they threaten your customers and their peace of mind. But these pesky insects don’t stand a chance against CSI’s new family of Pressurized Solutions.
Here’s how to apply aerosols in a way that gets you happier customers and hopefully more referrals.
KEEP YOUR ARSENAL STOCKED WITH STRYKER WASP & HORNET KILLER
Stryker W&HK is essential for any wasp call, but it can also be used on nests you know are threatening the area. Start with a 20-foot spray distance, coupled with a tight, controlled spray pattern. One can should easily treat 2-3 average sized nests. Additionally, you won’t lose spray pressure until it is completely empty, allowing all the product to be used in each can. Stryker Wasp and Hornet Killer is a one-and-done solution.
CONTACT KILL WITH STRYKER 54
If you think aerosol means you have to forego cracks and crevices, think again. The injector on Stryker 54 allows you to flush insects out easily for quick knockdown and no residue. Flexible in a variety of situations; commercial and residential accounts, Stryker 54 gets the job done quickly and easily. We think Stryker 54 is useful as an inspection and identification tool. Apply indoors, outdoors, and for those “green” or sensitive accounts against a wide range of pests. For the best results, start from the top and move down slowly, holding with a tight grip, and controlled spray.
LONG LASTING RESULTS WITH SPECTRE PS
Kill the pests you don’t see with Spectre PS in your arsenal. The easy to use actuator gets the product where pests hide, crawl, or breed. Spectre PS can be used with baits and IGRs as part of a whole IPM program. Start with applying 1 sec. per linear foot in heavy infestation cases. Move the easy-to-use flip-up injector tip along cracks and crevices or void spaces at the rate of 3 linear ft/sec. For lighter infestations, move at a rate of 3 linear ft/sec.