Quick Kill Carpenter Bee, Ant & Termite Killer (RTU)
AMDRO® QUICK KILL®
Carpenter Bee, Ant & Termite Killer (RTU)
Kills Wood Damaging Pests
Kills fast and lasts up to 3 months
Up to 12 months control indoors
KILLS damaging listed insects & PREVENTS new infestations
Protects your home, deck & other wood structures from listed wood-destroying insects
No odor, non-staining formula
This product kills
Carpenter Bees, Carpenter Ants, Termites
Apply early in the season or when insects appear.
Apply in a band 5 to 10 ft. wide around the outside perimeter of the building. Also treat the foundation of the building about 2 to 3 ft. where pests are active and may find entrance. Thoroughly and uniformly wet the band area.
Concentrate treatment at visible ant traits as well as cracks or crevices where ants may enter the structure
The surface to be treated should be dry at the time of application
Do NOT treat firewood
Use as a spot treatment – Spray insects directly or spray lightly around doors; windows and other places where insects may be found or enter premises.
Spray localized areas where insects hide, such as baseboards, cracks and crevices, pantry areas, closets, around water pipes, behind and under refrigerators, cabinets, sinks, furnaces, and stoves, the underside of shelves, drawers, carports, garages, and storage sheds.
For the control of insects such as Termites, Ants and Carpenter Ants, in localized areas of infested wood in and around structures, apply to voids and galleries in damaged wood and in spaces between wooden members of a structure and between wood and foundations where wood is vulnerable. Not intended to replace structural treatments.
For Termites – For localized control only. Not recommended as sole protection against termites. Such applications are not a substitute for mechanical alterations, soil or foundation treatment but merely as a supplement. For active infestation, get a professional inspection.
THIS PRODUCT KILLS
Ant, Fleas, Spiders & more
FACTS AND TIPS:
Carpenter Bees can resemble Bumble Bees, but the upper surface of their abdomen is bare and shiny black compared to bumble bees who have a hairy abdomen and some yellow markings.
Bumble bees don’t nest in the wood, but rather on the ground.
Carpenter Bees and Carpenter Ants both nest in wood, however termites eat wood.
One of the biggest signs of termite infestation on wood is that the damage is more messy and irregular as opposed to Carpenter Bees & Ants where the damage is more polished looking.