Raid foggers and fumigators are the same product. The official name for the product is Raid Fumigator Fumigating Fogger.Know More
RAID products are designed to rid households and/or businesses of roaches, ants, spiders and other insects. To use a fogger, all the doors and windows of the building should be closed. All plants, people and pets should be removed from the area. All food, dishes and other cooking items should be covered.
Users should place the fogger in the middle of the room before use. The area should remain closed for several hours. Larger homes or businesses may require several foggers. After the designated appropriate time, open windows to let the home and business air out.Learn more about Pest Control
Mongoose urine and kingsnake musk can be used to keep snakes away; they are available to licensed professional snake removers. Other commercial snake repellents available to consumers and home remedies, such as moth balls, don't work, because snakes don't use smells to sense danger.Full Answer >
Buckets, wire mesh and PVC pipe are used to build frog traps. Before trapping frogs, determine the species of frog in the area to determine whether they may be legally captured. Some states, such as Iowa, prohibit the use of traps to capture frogs.Full Answer >
Liquid dish detergent, water and homemade traps can be used to kill wasps. When using home remedies to kill wasps, work during the early evening to prevent stings.Full Answer >
Also known as a "bug bomb," a bug fogger is an indoor pest control product that fills enclosed areas with pesticide solution. Bug foggers are commonly used by homeowners as a last resort for infestations not resolved by bug sprays and other methods of control.Full Answer >