NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: How to Properly Apply Pesticide Dust Using a Hand Duster

NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: How to Properly Apply Pesticide Dust Using a Hand Duster

Here’s Great Tip: How to Properly Apply Pesticide Dust Using a Hand Duster

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This video shows you how to use a hand duster to properly distribute dust pesticides in your home. Dusts and dusters are both incredibly important tools in the pest control toolbox. There are many pests that respond best to products that are delivered in dust form, and among these pest species are roaches, fleas and ants. Dusts are very handy for many pest control applications because they retain their insect killing power over an indefinite amount of time, and will continue controlling infestations long after they have been applied. In addition there are many safe, organic and natural options in the dust category for pest control.

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“Hey, I’m Chris the Bug Guy from Today we’re going to show you how to apply dust throughout the home. These are our dust products and applicators like the B&G 1150 Bulb Duster and the Bellow Hand Duster. Now let’s go. We have the Bellow Hand Duster here. Now when you’re inside you want to do a light amount of dust so you want to turn the Bellow Duster upside down, but you’re just going to stick it right here at the front of it and just dust in the wall cubby. Just once, that’s all you need. It doesn’t take a lot for the insects to pick up the dust. To access the wall void, you want to have the duster go in between the box and the sheetrock. You can see right here most of the time you will just need the help of a screwdriver to pull the box away from the sheetrock enough for the duster to fit in between it. Once the duster is in between it, you can just do a couple dusts inside the wall void. That dust will come down and dissipate inside the wall void and catch any insects that are walking down near the floor. If there is a gap in between your floor and the baseboard at least just enough to get the duster underneath, it provides a great opportunity to treat that area. So all you would do is put the 1150 Bulb Duster underneath the baseboard. Just give it one puff every 12 inches apart. Behind the toilet where the pipe goes into the wall is a perfect place to use the B&G 1150 Duster. Underneath the kitchen sink where the pipes go either into the cabinets or back into the wall is an excellent place to apply dust. Usually there’s slip covers on the pipes. You can just move those up and out of the way, take the duster right into the crack, and now you can dust the void underneath the sink cabinets.”

9 Replies to “NON TOXIC PESTICIDE TIPS: How to Properly Apply Pesticide Dust Using a Hand Duster”

  1. I am using a bulb duster and don't seem to be getting much dust up under the siding. Not getting that smoke look. Even in open air. So what should I be seeing? How much should come out?

  2. I am looking for a safe way to eliminate wasps/yellow jackets from under my hot tub. I had a serious infestation last year, we had to take all the panels off many nests. I am working on blocking their access at the top on panels and would also like something I could shoot in from bottom. Which duster and is there a pole so I could work farther away.

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