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Bug Burst - Insecticide Refill for Automatic Dispenser - 12 Aerosol Refill Cans (8.1-oz.) - Neutron Industries

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Quick Overview

EPA Registered To Kill Mosquitos

Easy and effective pest elimination is right at your fingertips with Neutron’s Bug-Burst metered insecticide.  Automatic, metered spray kills flying pests around the clock – both indoors and out. 

**Automatic Dispenser For Use With This Product Is Sold Separately**

Kills flies, mosquitoes, gnats and small flying moths. Use one dispenser for every 6,000 cubic feet of unobstructed space. When the automatic dispenser is programmed to release product every 15 minutes, one can of Bug-Burst lasts approximately one month. Bug Burst can be used both indoors and outdoors. The refill cans fit into most automatic time-release cabinets — including Neutron’s 24/7 and Programmable models. The automatic, metered sprays ensure that the product is not overused; you can stick to your budget and enjoy a pest-free environment! Bug-Burst does not give off an offensive odor like many other bug sprays, so people can work and do business while treatment continues in the area. Use Bug Burst in food handling and food preparation areas of restaurants and food processing plants, stores, farms, dairies, barns, kennels, factories, schools, hotels, motels, offices, ships, planes (cargo area), supermarkets, food warehouses, bottling plants, hospitals, nursing homes, daycare centers, milk and egg handling areas of dairies and chicken houses. Refer to product label for specific use instructions in food prep and food processing areas. Product should not be used in nurseries or rooms where infants, ill or aged persons are confined.

Customer Reviews

Great Product Review by Crystal
I use the bug burst in my chicken houses. Everyday I sweep up the flies and gnats from where the bug burst has killed them. I also use it in my kitchen at home when I am making jams and jellies because all the fruit draws the gnats in. (Posted on 6/10/2015)