Application & Directions
Crack and Crevice Treatment: Adjust spray nozzle for stream application. Apply Thyme Bomb into hiding places such as cracks and crevices behind sinks, drawers, cabinets, shelves, bookcases, and stationary equipment.
Drain Fly Treatment: Adjust spray nozzle for a coarse spray and apply Thyme Bomb in and around drain openings, grates, and access points, contacting insects directly when possible. Repeat treatment monthly or as needed.
Perimeter and Baseboard Treatment: Adjust spray nozzle for a coarse spray and apply to baseboards, thresholds, door jams, window seals, and other entry points monthly or as needed.
Ants: Adjust spray nozzle for a fine mist and spray trails, nests, mounds, and points of entry. Spray directly onto ants when possible. Repeat as necessary.
Dust Mites in Buildings: Adjust spray nozzle for a fine mist and apply as a space spray. Hold container 36 – 48 inches above floor and direct spray toward floor and lower walls at a rate of 3 full sprays per square yard. Make sure that all floors, chairs, curtains, pet bedding, and rugs are contacted. Keep area closed for 15 minutes while product dries. Repeat treatment monthly or when desired.
Bed Bugs: Adjust spray nozzle to a coarse mist, hold the container 8 – 10 inches from the surface, and apply as a space spray to those garments and parts of bedding, including mattresses and furniture, that cannot be either laundered or dry cleaned.
Space Spraying: Using a misting or cold-fogging machine, apply Thyme Bomb indoors or outdoors for rapid control of crawling insects. Distribute uniformly throughout the entire area at a rate of ½ - 1 ounce per 100 square feet.
Outdoor Uses: Apply to waste receptacles, outdoor furniture, and seating areas to repel insects from the area. Spraying the legs of tables and chairs will repel ants and other crawling insects. Repeat after 4-6 hours or as needed.
Garden Insects: Adjust spray nozzle to a coarse spray and apply at the base of ornamentals to kill and repel crawling insects. Best if used as a preventative treatment before insects become a problem, but may be used for spot treatments of existing infestations.
* Shake well before using. Treated surfaces may be slippery when wet. Avoid contact with eyes and plants. Prior to treatment, test product in an inconspicuous area to test for possible staining or discoloration. Inspect area again after drying.