Temprid FX is a powerful broad-spectrum insecticide liquid concentrate product.
The FX stands for ‘flexibility’ as it provides control for more than 90 days indoors and 30 days outdoors.
Temprid FX has replaced Temprid SC by combining beta-cyfluthrin and imidacloprid for dual action.
The insecticide can be toxic if absorbed or swallowed and should be rinsed for at least 20 minutes with water.
- Controls more than 50 different types of pests.
- Good for use both indoors and outdoors.
- Highly toxic if absorbed via skin or swallowed.
- Concentrate mixing should not exceed recommended amount.
Temprid FX is a powerful broad-spectrum insecticide. The FX stands for ‘flexibility’ as it can be used to eliminate more than 50 different pests.
The insecticide can be used both indoors and outdoors and even be sprayed upon non-blooming plants. The formula provides fast knockdown of pests along with a long-lasting control. The control lasts for at least 90 days indoors and 30 days outdoors.
The low odor and non-staining formulation of Temprid FX are known to control the spread of diseases and viruses carried by various house pests.
Temprid FX Insecticide has replaced its predecessor the Temprid SC, which has been discontinued.
Temprid FX is a multi-purpose suspension concentrate insecticide which can be used on a large variety of pests in many settings.
The formula combines the fast-acting power of beta-cyfluthrin and the transferal power of imidacloprid, to target notoriously hard-to-kill pests.
- Imidacloprid 21%
- Beta-Cyfluthrin 10.5%
- Bayer (Mfg. Number: 85818643)
Temprid FX is incredibly effective in controlling hard to kill pests including strains resistant to conventional pyrethroids.
Homeowners and professionals pest controllers can both use this insecticide due to its incredibly wide range of control for indoor and outdoor pests.
Indoor Pests it controls are given below:
- Bed Bugs
- Boxelder bugs
- Carpet beetles
- Clothes moth
- Sow bugs
Outdoor Pests It Controls:
- Ground Beetles
- Multicolored Asian lady beetles
- Boxelder bugs
- Fire ants
Properties of Insectide
Temprid FX is such an effective insecticide due to its dual-action formula. It combines beta-cyfluthrin with imidacloprid, which gives it a quick knockdown power along with a long-lasting residual effect.
Temprid FX’s dual-action formula is effective even against bed bug strains which have grown resistant to synthetic pyrethroids. The formula even kills the eggs and newly-hatched nymphs of many bed bugs.
Since Temprid FX is stain-free along with a minimal odor insecticide it can be safely used on virtually all sorts of surface found throughout your home. The residue leaves behind a clean surface when it evaporates.
Temprid FX can even be safely used before heat treatment. Any article treated with Temprid FX will not be damaged when exposed to heat treatment afterward.
Temprid FX is so effective it controls pests and even bed bugs for more than 6 months after the first application.
Although heavy-duty the Temprid FX is safe enough to be used on carpet and upholstered furniture, as directed by its label.
How To Apply Temprid FX Insecticide?
Using Temprid FX is a relatively easy and simple process which does not require a lot of hassle.
Just a spray tank and some water are required to mix the concentrate and the spray is ready to use.
For pest control, the spray can be used on the folds and seams of mattresses, box spring, or upholstered furniture.
The spray can even be applied along cracks and crevices on floors. Places such as behind the baseboard of beds, and behind hanging mirrors and picture frames can also be treated with Temprid FX spray.
For heavy infestations, Temprid FX should be applied once every week to make sure the infestation is fully treated and gain maximum results.
The recommended Temprid FX concentrate usage per gallon of water is:
In case of prevention and maintenance use the 8 milliliters mix (0.27 fluid ounces) by dissolving it in 1 gallon of water for 0.075% active ingredients.
In the case of infestation, treatments use the 16 milliliters mix (0.54 fluid ounces) by dissolving it in 1 gallon of water for 0.15% active ingredients
For bed bugs always use 8 milliliters (0.27 fluid ounces) per 1 gallon of water.
For safe use of the insecticide the recommended usage should not be exceeded, especially in case of bed bug infestations.
For fast knockdown of flying insects, like hornets, wasps, and yellow jackets use the 16 milliliters (0.54 fluid ounces) by dissolving it in 1 gallon of water.
Temprid also works very well as a perimeter pest control. It wards off around 50 types of pests when sprayed outside homes, especially in the foundations for more than 6 months. As a perimeter pest control products, Temprid FX offers a money-back guarantee.
Special care should be taken to avoid contact with the liquid form of Temprid FX. The insecticide can prove to be harmful if absorbed via skin or swallowed by mouth.
If it comes in contact with skin or eyes and if it is swallowed then the contact area should be rinsed with water immediately. Area of skin in contact, eyes, and mouth should be gently rinsed for at least 15 to 20 minutes.
In case of swallowing it is better to call a poison control center or doctor for further treatment advice. Before handling the liquid spray it is advisable to wear a long-sleeved shirt and long pants, socks, shoes, and gloves, as a safety precaution.
The contaminated clothing should be removed after applying the spray and washed before they can be reused. Temprid FX is extremely toxic to wildlife, fish, and aquatic invertebrates.
Therefore, pets and aquariums should be removed before applying the insecticide.
The area should not be inhabited again by humans or pets at least 24 hours after applying the insecticide.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long do you have to be out after you spray it?
For at least 24 hours after it dries up
Can this be used in a misting system?
Yes, I purchased a 2 gallon sprayer from harbor freight and it work great.
What is the easiest spraying system you recommend to cover a large back yard?
A misting system
Is this liquid or powder?
What is the difference between Temprid SC and Temprid FX?
Temprid FX Insecticide is the exact same product as the best selling Temprid SC however, there are many new changes. Same suspension concentrate as the SC, the “FX” simply stands for flexibility. Foliar application is now included on the label. With this foliar application, it is highly effective in controlling honeydew feeding ants, and is a great tool against stink bugs in the late summer and fall. Mosquitoes are now on this label as well. They have also added protection for polinators on the FX label. So either product would be an excellent choice for bed bugs and roaches.
Is Temprid FX Insecticide safe for children?
Temprid FX Insecticide should only be applied to indoor cracks and crevices when children, pets and others are not present. Once the product has completely dried, they can re-enter.
Is Temprid FX Insecticide a repellent?
No, Temprid FX Insecticide is not a repellent. With its two active ingredients, the insecticide has two modes of action, a quicker knockdown and a longer residual. When mixed and applied per labeled instructions this insecticide is undetectable to insects thus allowing them the walk through it and come in contact with the chemicals that kill them.
Can I use a pump sprayer I bought from Walmart to apply Temprid FX Insecticide?
Temprid FX Insecticide can be used in any type of pump sprayer following the instructions on the product label for your target pest.
Is there any difference between Temprid SC and Temprid FX Insecticide?
Temprid FX is the exact same product as the best selling Temprid SC however, there are many new changes. Same suspension concentrate as SC, the “FX” simply stands for flexibility. Foliar application is now included on the label. With this foliar application, it is highly effective in controlling honeydew feeding ants, and is a great tool against stink bugs in the late summer and fall. Mosquitoes are now on this label!
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