Temprid is a professional level insecticide available for home use in most US States (except New York and Connecticut) for covering baseboards, molding, crevices and even insect dens directly.
Temprid features potent and effective chemical ingredients which can help to stop bed bugs and a variety of different pests which include:
Ants, Boxelder Bugs, Carpenter Ants, Carpet Beetles, Dermestids, Earwigs, Elm Leaf Beetles, Fire ants, Fleas, Fruit Flies, Moths, Mosquitoes, Pill Bugs, Scorpions, Silverfish, Wasps, Springtails, Ticks, And More
People enjoy it because it’s extremely effective at killing many different types of bugs, but the most desperate victims of bed bugs often sing its praises. This means that no matter the type of infestation that you are dealing with you can be reasonably assured that Temprid will rid your home or office of any of the bugs that are causing you issues. The problem with Temprid isn’t its effectiveness but it’s the extremely powerful chemicals inside and how harmful that they could be two other people in the environment.
But before you pull out your credit card and start hunting for some Temprid, keep one very crucial fact in mind:
Temprid is extremely effective at ridding your home of bed bugs and other infestations but in order to do this you need to introduce harmful chemicals into your environment which can cause some health concerns and dangers to your family, your pets and the environment.
Temprid: a Chemical Cocktail
Temprid is made up of beta-cyfluthrin and imidacloprid which are two extremely capable insecticides. Together they can actually work at controlling and eliminating more than 50 different paths. In order to effectively reduce a pest population around your home the manufacturers suggest spraying a barrier of 3 to 5 feet away from your structure at the base of your foundation.
The chemicals inside will most definitely affect the plant life and the environment surrounding your foundation shortly after application. In order to use a chemical sprayer you will definitely need some type of respirator device or protection to avoid health concerns later on as well.
Many professionals utilize Temprid but they do so under extremely controlled conditions and with full respirator equipment to protect their health. The chemicals inside also make it difficult to get Temprid in certain states, New York and Connecticut have actually banned the use of this pesticide and you can even get it shipped into the states if you were interested in using it.
Although it does kill bed bugs it’s not recommended for use directly on bedspreads or near a place where you will be preparing food, which gives it a more isolated approach. It’s also important to make sure that you get the mixture right as with Temprid you get access to a dry mix that you can then use to create the chemical formula for spraying yourself.
Preparing it to powerfully can actually have some side effects and can ensure that you might get some into your system which can be harmful to your health. Similar to Defensive End!, most users generally spray properly mixed Temprid under furniture surfaces along baseboards, far away from their bed spreads or surfaces where they are actually sleeping.
Temprid Side Effects
Some of the hazards from the spray can include serious side effects if it contacts the I, gets on your skin and especially if it is swallowed or inhaled. Temprid should never leach into water supplies as it’s extremely harmful to fish and wildlife. In humans Temprid can cause eye irritation as well as sickness and nausea if ingested.
The problem with most pesticides is no one knows how much or how it can affect a person’s central nervous system. Some people use pesticides and have no problems, and others are not so lucky. It is estimated that millions are negatively affected by pesticides and insecticides every year.
I know bed bugs are a tough monster to take down, but ultimately, we cannot recommend Temprid because it does not meet our requirements of being safe, affordable, and effective.
Ultimately this is a very effective pest control product but you need to be ABSOLUTELY careful to use it wisely and to take all safety precautions into consideration especially when using it with bed bugs. It’s also important to note that it can take some time as bedbugs are capable of laying at least five eggs per day, even with the insecticide working in and around your bedroom it may take a full life cycle of 20-30 days to completely eliminate bedbugs.
Also, because Temprid kills plants and vegetation, we think Defensive End! (with Definitive End as a limited time bonus) is better, safer, and more effective overall, as well as a useful solution against common garden pests too that will allow you to have an organic pest control method that won’t kill your heirloom tomatoes and baby kale.
Don’t tell me you haven’t started growing vegetables. Even container gardening is the thing to do in the city!