Raid® Wasp & Hornet Bug Killer 7

Kills the entire nest. 
Raid Wasp Raid® Wasp & Hornet Bug Killer 7

Raid® Wasp & Hornet Bug Killer 7

Raid® Wasp & Hornet Bug Killer allows you to attack from a distance, killing the entire nest. It kills wasps and hornets on contact and is electrically non-conducting up to 41,000 volts.

Kills

Hornets, Wasps, Yellowjackets

  • FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY.

  • Shake can well before using.  Hold can upright before spraying.

  • The best time to spray the nest is in the early morning or early evening, when air temperature is cooler and most insects are in the nest and little activity is observed around the nest opening. Spray only if the air is still.

  • Stand at a safe distance from the nest, not directly under it. Hold container upright at arms length, point the actuator at the nest, and spray into the opening of the nest first. Then spray the rest of the nest until it is saturated.

  • Treated insects may fall out of the nest and die. Any insects returning to the nest after treatment will be killed.

  • Wait 48 hours before removing the nest.

  • Foliage of desirable plants that were contacted with spray should be hosed off.

Tips & Tricks
tips and tricks

Before wasps become a problem, inspect your yard and home surroundings in early summer, looking for any wasp activity or paper nests taking shape.

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Avoid leaving food or drink uncovered when eating outside.

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Keep all garbage covered in tightly closed containers until it can be thrown out.

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Spraying after nightfall is recommended because wasps are less active at night.


Tetramethrin 0.2%, D-Phenothrin 0.125%

Also contains petroleum distillates

Highlights below.
  • Do not apply directly to humans, pets, plants, or contaminate food, food containers, utensils or food preparation areas.

  • Do not apply directly to water.  Do not contaminate water by cleaning of equipment or disposal of wastes.

  • Do not apply this product around equipment due to possibility of shock hazard.

  • Read the product label before use for additional information and precautions or phone 1-800-558-5566.