How do I use Bug Juice?
Simply mix Bug Juice into the paint or stain at the recommended level and stir then apply the coating as you would normally.
What insects does Bug Juice kill?
Cockroaches, Ants, Mosquitoes, Flies, Spiders, Silverfish, Weevils and many other crawling and flying insects.
How does Bug Juice work?
As an insect lands or crawls on a treated surface the feet of the insect absorb the active ingredient. (Through a sticky membrane that allows insects to cling to walls etc).
How long will it take to kill insects?
Most insects will die within 24 hours of contact with the treated surface.
Will Bug Juice affect pets?
No, Bug Juice will not harm pets or birds.
Is Bug Juice safe?
Yes, when the treated surface is dry Bug Juice will not harm Humans or pets.
Does the active ingredient seep out of the painted surface?
No, the active ingredient is only released when an insect makes contact with the treated surface and will not affect humans.
Do I need to apply Bug juice in the primer or first coat as well as the top coat?
No, use Bug Juice only on the top coat.
Are there any paints I can’t mix Bug juice with?
The only paints you can’t mix Bug Juice with are Epoxy based paints. (Normally used in industrial applications).
Will Bug juice prevent insect nesting?
Yes, unlike insect repellents Bug juice kills the insects so they cannot nest and reproduce.
Once I have mixed Bug Juice with the coating how long should I take to use the coating?
It is recommended that the mixture is used within 5 hours of mixing with the coating otherwise the insecticide will lose its effectiveness.
Can I use all methods of application when using Bug Juice treated coatings?
You can use brushes and rollers but it is not recommended to use Bug Juice with spray equipment.
Is there anywhere I shouldn’t use Bug juice?
No, you can use Bug juice on all exterior and interior surfaces although you should not apply it to Formica or plastic or other similar surfaces.