Flea & Tick Carpet Powder

Bio Spot Active Care™ Flea & Tick Carpet & Upholstery Powder

Kills fleas and ticks that live on carpets and controls flea reinfestation for up to a year

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Product Highlights

  • Kills fleas and ticks
  • Kills all 4 stages of the flea: eggs, larvae, pupae and adults
  • Controls flea reinfestation up to a year

Product Details

  • Kills or Repels

    Kills:
    • Fleas
    • Flea Eggs
    • Flea Larvae
    • Ticks
    • Flea Pupae
  • How to Use

    1. CARPETS
      Shake powder evenly across surface. Brush lightly with broom to force powder deep into carpet where fleas and their larvae exist. Wait at least 60 minutes before (lightly) vacuuming to remove visible surface powder. For maximum efficacy, delay vacuuming for up to 24 hours.
    2. UPHOLSTERY
      Remove loose cushions. Sprinkle along creases and into corners. Brush lightly to work powder into folds and creases. Vacuum to remove visible powder on surfaces. Do not use on exposed fabric without first testing on a hidden surface for effects on color (staining) or texture. If powder adheres to a spot, brush out and vacuum that area immediately. When emptying vacuum bag after use, wrap contents or disposable bag in several layers of newspaper and discard in trash. Treat pets with a registered flea and tick control product prior to re-entry.
    3. Please see package for complete instructions.

  • Ingredient Statement

    Active Ingredients
    Linalool (CAS # 78-70-6) 2.500%
    Piperonyl Butoxide, Technical* (CAS # 51-03-6) 0.500%
    Pyrethrins (CAS # 8003-34-7) 0.075%
    Nylar®** (CAS # 95737-68-1) 0.020%
    OTHER INGREDIENTS 96.905%
    TOTAL 100.00%

    * 0.4% (Butylcarbityl) (6-propylpiperonyl) ether and 0.1% related compounds

    **Nylar is a registered trademark of McLaughlin Gormley King Co.

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Did You Know?

Ticks belong to the class Arachnidaother critters in this class include, but are not limited to mites, spiders and scorpions.