Killing more than 65 different types of insects, including ants, cockroaches, spiders, ticks, pantry pests and bedbugs. This versatile, ready-to-use home insect killer is long-lasting, odorless and non-staining. read full product details »
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TERRO® Home Insect Killer
Don’t let uninvited insects invade your home and garden – usher them out the door with TERRO® Home Insect Killer.
The ready-to-use container with attached spray hose makes spraying a breeze. Just insert the sprayer hose-end into the snap-cap opening and set the sprayer nozzle to desired setting. Apply as a spot and crack and crevice treatment with the narrow spray setting; target broader areas with the wide spray setting.
This non-staining, odorless insect killer is effective against 65 different types of insects. Cockroaches, ants, spiders, silverfish, centipedes, flying insects, pantry pests, carpet beetles, ticks, lice and ornamental garden insects (just to name a few) don’t stand a chance against this long-lasting, ready-to-use insect killer.
Hide and Go Seek
Insects like to conceal themselves in their environment, whether indoors or outdoors. It’s your job to seek them out and eliminate them. Which is why we think you’ll like the fact you can use TERRO® Home Insect Killer anywhere insects are found.
Outdoors, you’ll need to stakeout the places insects tend to hide. Check for nests that are hidden under steps, concrete, brickwork and similar areas. When you find a secret hiding spot, hold the spray 12 to 18 inches from the surface to be treated and spray on infested area, hitting as many insects as possible. Spray enough insect killer to slightly moisten the surface. Be sure to also spray freely around ant trails and hills where entire army of ants are likely hiding out.
Indoors, apply the insect killer as a spot and crack and crevice treatment to areas where devious insects crawl and hide. Common hiding places include areas around sinks, behind baseboards and around doors and windows.
Peace of Mind
If the sight of cockroaches scurrying around your kitchen is enough to ruin your day, relax and enjoy a little peace of mind with the long-lasting protection offered by TERRO® Home Insect Killer. After spraying, it continues to kill German Cockroaches up to 12 months - and, since roaches lay eggs, we think it’s reassuring that the Insect Killer you spray today will still be working when the eggs hatch weeks later.
If annoying flies are driving you crazy, don’t worry, we’ve got it covered - our Insect Killer continues killing flies up to 150 days after spraying.
View video for tips on how to easily kill more than 65 types of insects with TERRO® Home Insect Killer:
TERRO® Home Insect Killer - Specifications
Effective against more than 65 different types of insects
Long-lasting, kills German cockroaches for up to 12 months and flies 150 days after spraying
For indoor and outdoor use
Adjustable spray nozzle allows for easy crack and crevice treatment
Ready-to-use spray bottle
What's in the Box:
Contains Deltamethrin (00.03%) and other ingredients (99.97%)
I love this product, it keeps insects away for months. Spray it around your house. I find that it works better outside for some reason. Spraying outside where insects are trying to enter will take care of your problem.
Amazon ReviewDecember 13, 2013
Reviewer: John B.
When I lived in Maryland the rain would bring lots of ants so I tried Terro ant bait and it worked like a charm. It's like a clear syrup you place out and they go for it every time... it really keeps the ants under control. Now that I live in Fl people try to give roaches aka palmetto bugs a sophisticated name LOL. No matter the size a roach is a roach! So I bought this not knowing what to expect and I kid you not overnight those suckers were belly up! They love the garage so I sprayed all four corners of the garage and the front walk way. It doesn't have a harsh smell which is a plus I'd say give this a shot it worked for me!
Amazon ReviewSeptember 12, 2012
Reviewer: Jan H.
My house is 70 years old and the basement is not one you'd want to finish due to moisture and just plain being on the dirty side. However, I recently retired and built a place to hideout from my wife so as not to get on her nerves. I cleaned out an area, cranked up the dehumidifier, set up a fan to run 24/7, made some wood chairs, bought a 55" TV and installed a surround sound system. Nice but I don't want to sit in the dark and be attacked by all kinds of crittters. I've done a nice job of drying the place out and used some all purpose insect killer I got at the grocery. After a few weeks, I still had a few critters crawling around. I had our exterminator spray a bit extra down there on his quarterly visit. Still had some creepy crawlers. Got this stuff and started a weekly spraying 3 weeks ago. Since this, I've only seen one live critter.....several dead ones but only one live one, and that was one that crawled out from a missing mortar joint between some basement wall stones following a heavy rain. I grabbed the Terro and sprayed that a bit from where he crawled out. Bet I won't see that whatever it was again.