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The Best "Non-Advertised" Moth Killer on the Market!!! PestShield Ant & Crawling Insect Killer 1ltr £1.49 - B&M
The Best "Non-Advertised" Moth Killer on the Market!!! PestShield Ant & Crawling Insect Killer 1ltr £1.49 - B&M

The Best "Non-Advertised" Moth Killer on the Market!!! PestShield Ant & Crawling Insect Killer 1ltr £1.49 - B&M

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Whilst perusing through garden products for Lavender plants at BM stores Cheadle, I came across this little beauty.

I purchased it for pesky Ant destruction but on reading the packaging (sad person that I am), I noticed that it was not only for crawling but flying insects too. Better still, I saw the word MOTHS!

We are currently fighting a moth infestation and have so far spent approximately £25.00 on moth-specific products, including lavender plants (currently 3 for £5.00 at BM Stores).

Bearing in mind the ridiculously expensive price for so-called moth-specific products, £1.49 for a litre of this was a no-brainer so I took it home and sprayed the bedrooms.

Well 24 hours later, I can honestly say that the bedrooms are currently Moth Free other than moth carcasses that litter the window shelf and floors.

Better still, I still have more than half of the bottle sat in my cupboard.

All I can say is give it a go, save a fortune and tell your friends and family because at £1.49 a litre this price is unbelievable.

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Worth getting yourself some boric acid granules off eBay as well.

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me_lee

Worth getting yourself some boric acid granules off eBay as well.


Hi

Will look into it ...

Thanks

Lol, it reminds me brainwashing campaign back in 1940s about DDT (Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane). It is beyond joke that people were that stupid back then.
All i am saying, if something kills bug/ flies / weed - it does “kill” you. I would never use this in my house, unless i am away for a week.

SuspectAuthority

Lol, it reminds me brainwashing campaign back in 1940s about DDT … Lol, it reminds me brainwashing campaign back in 1940s about DDT (Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane). It is beyond joke that people were that stupid back then. All i am saying, if something kills bug/ flies / weed - it does “kill” you. I would never use this in my house, unless i am away for a week.



I think that these insecticides are designed to target the respiratory systems specific to insects and have no effect on mammals.

edit: Sorry, no. After reading up, it was only a few fly sprays that ever targeted the respiratory system. Most of them are neurotoxins.
Edited by: "89quidyoucantgowrong" 11th Apr

Original Poster

Hi Folks

It is a sad life that people lead when a simple update becomes the focus for sub-intellectual commentary/sarcasm.

I put it down to the Spice.... that too is cheap and cheerful but as some of the comments reflect... does far more damage than Insecticide.

Poor insects oO

Just leave a blob of sugar in the garden far from the home theyl end up moving to the sugar

Lol the op's mind is going to be blown if she ever comes across Raid
Edited by: "jumpinoffthbed" 12th Apr

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jumpinoffthbed

Lol the op's mind is going to be blown if she ever comes across Raid


Tried it...crap... then again... me thinks the moths were hybrids but not my problem anymore lol

vickispanners

Tried it...crap... then again... me thinks the moths were hybrids but not … Tried it...crap... then again... me thinks the moths were hybrids but not my problem anymore lol



all insect killers use the same ingredient with similar concentrates. as someone has already said I wouldn't want it in my bedroom it's really not good for you, I'd be looking at natural repellants.

jumpinoffthbed

all insect killers use the same ingredient with similar concentrates. as … all insect killers use the same ingredient with similar concentrates. as someone has already said I wouldn't want it in my bedroom it's really not good for you, I'd be looking at natural repellants.


If you have ever had carpet moth infestation you wouldn't be saying that believe me. Three years it took for me to get rid of them and that was spraying every month without fail. In the end I bit the bullet and ripped up all the carpets and underlay and replaced them all a year ago. I have just seen one again last week and my heart sank. If I could get hold of DDT I would use it.

same ingredient as the moth sprays, Cypermethrin, just checked.... good find.. equivalent stated for moths would cost £3+, only thing is that it's damaging to aquatic life (long lasting), so avoid using a wet an dry vacuum / carpet cleaner on the area or it will end up down the drains.

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