Martin's Permethrin 10% is a multi-purpose insecticide that delivers a quick knockdown and a residual effect of up to 28 days. It is safe to use indoors and outdoors to control flies, fleas, mosquitoes, and more.
Martin's Permethrin 10%, manufactured by Control Solutions Inc., is a effective multi-use product that provides a quick knockdown of flies or mosquitoes on livestock animals and versatility in being applied as a premise spray both indoors and outdoors.
Lasting with excellent residual activity for up to 28 days and low-use rate of 1 pint of product to create 100 gallons of cattle spray and up to 25 gallons of dip for dogs with fleas.
Martin's Permethrin 10% is ideal for use on ranches to prevent biting insects from causing harm to cattle and other livestock animals. It can also be used in residential areas to control cockroaches and other crawling pests.
To apply Martin's Permethrin 10%, a backpack sprayer, handheld pump sprayer, ULV misting system, or a professional skid sprayer is needed. For spot treatments and cracks and crevice areas, we recommend using a handheld pump sprayer.
How to Use
Step 1: Determine how much Martin's Permethrin 10% you will need by calculating the square footage of the area to be sprayed. To do this, measure and multiply the area length by width (length x width = square footage). For lawn spraying, Martin's Permethrin 10% should be applied at a rate of 0.5 fl. oz. to 1.5 fl. oz. in 3 to 10 gallons of water to cover 1,000 sq. ft. The amount you choose depends on the pest you are treating. Indoor applications are done at a rate of 1.33 fl. oz. per gallon of water.
Step 2: When making general applications of Martin's 10% using a handheld pump sprayer, begin by shaking the bottle of concentrate to mix well. Pour 1/2 of the required amount of water in the tank of the pump sprayer then add the required amount of Martin's Permethrin 10% to the sprayer tank. Fill the tank the rest of the way with water and shake well and you will be ready to apply.
Step 3: Spray outdoor lawn areas and the perimeter of the building structure or indoor cracks and crevices. Reapply within 28 days for continued control.