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Annihilator Polyzone

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Bayer Animal Health

● For broad-spectrum control of crawling, flying, and wood-infesting insect pests in and around animal housing, warehouses, and processing and packing plants.

● Exclusive PolyZone technology creates a microscopic polymer film that protects AI from weather, precipitation, irrigation and mechanical abrasion.

● This product is designed for both indoors and outdoors and will provide effective knockdown and long residual control of the pests listed on this label.

● Residual control that lasts for up to 90 days.

● This product is intended to be mixed with water and applied with hand pressurized or power operated sprayers,

ACTIVE INGREDIENT:

*Deltamethrin

4.75%

OTHER INGREDIENTS

95.25%

TOTAL

100.00%

*Contains 0.42 lb deltamethrin per gallon.

EPA Reg. No. 11556-183

EPA Est. No. 432-TX-1

STOP - READ THE LABEL BEFORE USE

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

Annihilator Polyzone Caution

SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING

FIRST AID

If in eyes:

● Hold eyes open and rinse slowly and gently with water for 15-20 minutes.

● Remove contact lenses, if present, after the first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing.

● Call a poison control center or doctor for treatment advice.

If on skin or clothing:

● Take off contaminated clothing.

● Rinse skin immediately with plenty of water for 15-20 minutes.

● Call a poison control center or doctor for treatment advice.

HOT LINE NUMBER

Have the product container or label with you when calling a poison control center or doctor, or going for treatment. For emergency medical treatment call 1-800-422-9874. For customer service or to obtain product information, including the MSDS, call 1-800-633-3796.

NOTE TO PHYSICIAN

No specific antidote is available. Treat the patient symptomatically.

Precautionary Statements

HAZARDS TO HUMANS AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS

Annihilator Polyzone Caution

Causes moderate eye irritation. Avoid contact with skin or clothing. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling and before eating, drinking, chewing gum, using tobacco or using the toilet. Contact with product may result in transient tingling and reddening of the skin. Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reuse.

Environmental Hazards

This product is extremely toxic to fresh water and estuarine fish and invertebrates. Use with care when applying in areas adjacent to any body of water. To protect the environment, do not allow pesticide to enter or run off into storm drains, drainage ditches, gutters or surface waters. Applying this product in calm weather when rain is not predicted for the next 24 hours will help to ensure that wind or rain does not blow or wash pesticide off the treatment area. Rinsing application equipment over the treated area will help avoid run off to water bodies or drainage systems.

This pesticide is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct treatment. Do not apply or allow it to drift to crops or weeds on which bees are actively foraging.

Physical & Chemical Hazards

Do not use water-based sprays of Annihilator™ PolyZone® in conduits, motor housings, junction boxes, switch boxes, or other electrical equipment because of possible shock hazard.

Product Facts:

● Residual Control that lasts for up to 90 days.

● Longer residual means fewer applications required, reducing the number of applications required to maintain control.

● Compared to SC formulations, this product improves rain fastness.

● Exclusive formulation technology creates a microscopic polymer film that protects AI from weather, precipitation, irrigation and mechanical abrasion.

Annihilator PolyZone

This product is a suspension concentrate formulation containing 0.42 lb of deltamethrin per gallon.

This product is designed for use both indoors and outdoors and will provide effective knockdown and long residual control of the pests listed on this label.

For industrial and institutional control of major nuisance and public health pests listed on the label.

Will not damage paints, plastics, fabrics or other surfaces where water alone causes no damage.

Controls

● Indoor Pests

● Outdoor/ Perimeter Pests

● Wood-Infesting Pests

For list of specific insects, see Directions for Use

Where to Apply

● Apply where pests have been seen or found, or can find shelter.

● In and around buildings and structures

Dilution Rates

1. When 1.5 fluid ounces (45.4 milliliter) is diluted in one gallon of water, the active ingredient concentration is equivalent to 0.06% deltamethrin.

Use of the 1.5 fluid ounce (0.06%) rate is recommended for severe pest infestations or when longer residual control is desired.

2. When 0.75 fluid ounce (22.7 milliliter) is diluted in one gallon of water, the active ingredient concentration is equivalent to 0.03% deltamethrin.

Use of the 0.75 fluid ounce (0.03%) rate is recommended for initial service or clean out treatments.

3. When 0.25 fluid ounce (7.5 milliliter) is diluted in one gallon of water, the active ingredient concentration is equivalent to 0.01% deltamethrin.

Use of the 0.25 fluid ounce (0.01%) rate is recommended for maintenance treatments.

Mixing Information

This product is intended to be mixed with water and applied with hand pressurized or power operated sprayers. Shake this product well before measuring concentrate for dilution in water.

Mix the appropriate amount of this product with water.

Thoroughly shake, agitate or invert sprayer to insure proper suspension.

If spraying is interrupted when using a back-pack or hand-held sprayer, invert sprayer to re-suspend the dilution before starting to make applications.

Diluted spray mixture can be stored overnight, but agitate well before using.

If spray screens are used, they should be 50 mesh or larger.

Tank mixing

This product may be tank-mixed with other registered pesticides unless expressly prohibited by the product label. A small volume mixing test with other products is recommended to ensure compatibility. Observe all restrictions and precautions which appear on the labels of these products.

How to Apply

General surface applications, spot treatments, crack & crevice sprays, or void injections by sprays, mists or foams.

Re-Apply

Treatments may be applied at 21-day intervals, or as necessary to maintain adequate control.

Re-Entry

Avoid contact with treated surfaces until dry.

People and pets may re-enter after the treated area is dry.

Questions

For questions or comments, call toll free 1-800-633-3796.

Directions For Use

It is a violation of Federal Law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.

Do not formulate this product into other end-use products

INDOOR PESTS

Indoor applications to buildings and structures may only be made as a spot treatment, crack and crevice applications or void (spray, mist, foam) injections. This includes factories, warehouses, food processing facilities (non food/feed areas), and modes of transportation. For a list of common facilities where this product may be used, see Appendix.

Ants

Bed bugs

Blue/green bottle flies

Boxelder bugs

Carpet beetles

Centipedes

Clothes moths

Clover mites

Cluster flies

Cockroaches

Crickets

Darkling beetles

Dermestids

Earwigs

Elm leaf beetles

Firebrats

Fleas

Flesh flies

Flies

Fruit flies

Gnats

Hide beetles

Hornets

House flies

Leather beetles

Midges

Millipedes

Moths

Multi-colored Asian lady beetles

Pantry pests, beetles & moths

Phorid flies

Pillbugs

Sciarid flies (fungus gnats)

Scorpions

Silverfish

Sowbugs

Spiders

Ticks

Wasps

Yellow jackets

Where to Apply

Treat where pests have been seen or found, or can find shelter.

Treat areas where pests normally feed or hide, such as baseboards, corners, around water pipes, and behind and under cabinets.

This product can be applied to walls, floors, ceilings, in and around cabinets, between, behind and beneath equipment, around floor drains, window and door frames and around plumbing, sinks and other possible pest harborage sites.

Treat entry points around water pipes, utility penetrations, windows, doors, vents and eaves.

Void applications can be made behind veneers, piers, and chimney bases, into rubble foundations, into block voids and structural voids, wall voids, under slabs, stoops, porches or to the soil in crawlspaces, and other similar voids. Spot treat floors, floor coverings, carpets or rugs for flea and tick control; DO NOT treat entire floor area.

Use Rate

0.01% - 0.25 fluid ounce (7.5 milliliter) per gallon

0.03% - 0.75 fluid ounce (22.7 milliliter) per gallon

0.06% - 1.50 fluid ounce (45.4 milliliter) per gallon

How to Apply (see Application for Indoor Pests)

Spot Applications

● Use a low pressure system (do not exceed 50 psi at nozzle tip) with a fan-type nozzle to uniformly apply spot treatments in and around cupboards, and beneath, between and behind equipment.

Spray, Mist or Foam Crack and Crevice or Void Applications

● Spray, mist or foam directly into cracks and crevice or voids where pests or their nests are present. Apply the volume of spray, mist or foam sufficient to cover the area.

Spray: Use a low pressure system (do not exceed 50 psi at nozzle tip) with a pin-point or variable pattern nozzle to apply the spray mixture to areas such as floors, cracks and crevices in and around baseboards, walls, expansion joints, areas around water and sewer pipes or utility penetrations, and voids created by equipment and appliances.

Mist: Use appropriate mist generating equipment. Do not allow mist to drift out of void spaces into commonly occupied areas of structure.

Foam: Use foam to treat structural voids and control pests in walls, under slabs or other void areas. Using appropriate foam generating equipment, mix dilution with manufacturers specified volume of foaming agent and apply sufficient volume of foam.

When to Apply

When pests are seen or found.

Treatments may be applied at 21-day intervals, or as necessary to maintain adequate control.

Restrictions

Do not apply in food/feed areas of food and feed handling establishments.

Do not apply broadcast treatments to floors or floor coverings.

Do not apply as a space spray.

Remove or tightly cover fish tanks and disconnect aerators during application.

Keep people and pets away from sites of application until treated area has dried.

When treating overhead areas, wear safety glasses, goggles or face shield and a dust/mist respirators.


APPLICATION FOR INDOOR PESTS

Cockroaches, Ants, Crickets, Silverfish, Firebrats, Centipedes, Millipedes, Clothes Moths, Earwigs, Pillbugs, Sowbugs, Scorpions and Spiders

Apply as a coarse, low pressure (do not exceed 50 psi at nozzle tip) spot or crack and crevice spray to areas that these pests normally inhabit. Pay particular attention to dark corners of rooms and closets; floor drains; cracks and crevices in walls; along and behind baseboards; beneath and behind cabinets; around plumbing and other utility installations; doors, windows and in attics and crawl spaces. Spot applications may be made to floor surfaces along baseboards and around air ducts. Let surfaces dry before allowing children or pets to contact surfaces.

Pantry Pest Control

To kill adult and accessible immature stages of insects such as lesser grain borers, grain weevils, flour beetles, saw-toothed grain beetles, cigarette beetles, merchant grain beetles, Angoumois grain moths, Mediterranean flour moths, Indian meal moths, grain mites and spider mites: Make applications to cupboards, shelving and storage areas. Remove all foodstuffs, all utensils, shelf paper and other objects before spraying. Allow all treated surfaces to dry before replacing foodstuffs, utensils or other items. Any foodstuff accidentally contaminated with any spray solution must be discarded.

Crawling and Flying Insect Pests

Flies, Gnats, Midges, Mosquitoes, Cockroaches, Ants and Silverfish

Apply directly to walls, ceilings, window screens and other resting areas as a residual surface treatment. May be used inside buildings, as well as in and around carports, garages, storage sheds, unoccupied barns, stables or pet kennels.

Ants Including Pharaoh’s ant

Apply to trails, around doors and windows and other areas where ants inhabit or enter premises.

Pet Kennels

For residual control of crawling and flying insects in and around these structures, apply as a general surface and/or crack and crevice spray. Optimal control results if facilities to be treated are clean and if the exterior perimeter is concurrently treated with this product. Apply only to areas of facility where animals are not present.

Allow spray to dry before allowing re-entry of animals into treated areas. Do not apply to animal feed or watering equipment. Do NOT treat pets with this product.

Non-Food/Non-Feed Areas of Food/Feed Handling Establishments

Examples of non-food/non-feed areas include garbage rooms, lavatories, floor drains (to sewers), entries and vestibules, offices, locker rooms, machine rooms, boiler rooms, mop closets and storage (after packaging, canning or bottling). In such non-food/non-feed areas, this product may only be applied as spot treatments, crack & crevice sprays, or void injections (sprays, mists or foams) where labeled insects inhabit or may enter the facility.


OUTDOOR/PERIMETER PESTS

Use this product to control outdoor pests by application as a perimeter treatment, residual spray or broadcast application to exterior surfaces of buildings, lawns, grounds and ornamental plantings.

Ants

Blue/green bottle flies

Boxelder bugs

Brown marmorated stink bug

Carpenter ants

Centipedes

Cockroaches

Cluster flies

Clover mites

Crickets

Earwigs

Elm leaf beetles

Fire ants

Firebrats

Fleas

Flesh flies

Flies

Gnats

Ground beetles

Hornets

House flies

Midges

Millipedes

Mosquitoes

Moths

Multi-colored Asian lady beetles

Pill bugs

Scorpions

Silverfish

Sow bugs

Spiders

Springtails

Stable flies

Ticks

Wasps

Yellow jackets

Where to Apply

This product may be applied as a residual spray or as a perimeter treatment around non-residential settings.

Residual Spray: Apply to surfaces on building exteriors, porches, patios and other structures, around door and windows, eaves and attic vents, utility entry points, soffit areas and other exterior openings (including foundation cracks or drilled holes) where pests enter the structure or where they have been seen or found, or can find shelter.

Perimeter Treatments: Treat the outside of the structure, including walls (to a height of 2 to 3 feet), around door and window frames, and soffits where pests are active or may enter or hide. Treat the soil, turf, or other ground covering adjacent to the structure (in a band up to 10 feet wide) where pests are seen, have been found, or can find shelter.

Application Restrictions

Do not water the treated area to the point of run-off

Do not make applications during rain.

All outdoor applications must be limited to spot or crack-and-crevice treatments only, except for the following permitted uses:

(1) Treatment to soil or vegetation around structures;

(2) Applications to lawns, turf, and other vegetation;

(3) Applications to building foundations, up to a maximum height of 3 feet.

Other than applications to building foundations, all outdoor applications to impervious surfaces such as sidewalks, driveways and structural surfaces (such as windows, doors, and eaves) are limited to spot and crack-and-crevice applications, only.

Application is prohibited directly into sewers or drains, or to any area like a gutter where drainage to sewers,

storm drains, water bodies, or aquatic habitat can occur. Do not allow the product to enter any drain during or after application.

Use Rate

0.25 fluid ounce (7.5 milliliter) per 1,000 square feet of surface

0.75 fluid ounce (22.7 milliliter) per 1,000 square feet of surface

1.50 fluid ounce (45.4 milliliter) per 1,000 square feet of surface

How to Apply (see Application for Outdoor/Perimeter Pests)

Apply as a coarse low-pressure (do not exceed 50 psi at nozzle tip) spray at the rate of 0.25 to 1.5 fluid ounces of this product per 1,000 square feet of surfaces. Apply in a sufficient volume of water to provide adequate coverage but do not allow run-off to occur.

High volume applications using power sprayers: You must adjust the rate of product dilution to ensure the correct amount of the product (see Use Rate section above) is applied per 1,000 square feet of treated surface. For example, mixing 12.5 fluid ounces of this product in a 50 gallon tank, while using an application volume of 3.0 gallons per 1,000 square feet, will apply 0.75 fluid ounces of this product per 1,000 square feet. The table below gives examples of end use dilutions for typical power spraying application volumes.

DILUTION RATE CHART

Amount of Product

Application Volume

Concentration (% AI)

fluid ounces (milliliter)

gallons water

in spray solution

0.25 (7.5)

1

0.01%

2

0.005%

3

0.0033%

4

0.0025%

5

0.002%

0.75 (22.7)

1

0.03%

2

0.015%

3

0.01%

4

0.0075%

5

0.006%

1.5 (45.4)

1

0.06%

2

0.03%

3

0.02%

4

0.015%

5

0.012%

When to Apply

Begin applications when pests are noticed.

Treatments may be applied at 21-day intervals.


APPLICATION FOR OUTDOOR/PERIMETER PESTS

Ants, roaches and other listed crawling pests

Apply as a residual spray and/or perimeter treatment around the infested structure as described above.

Locate and treat ant nests if possible. Follow trails of foraging worker ants and inspect for likely nest sites. If ants are nesting in soil, drench or inject the nest and surrounding soil.

It is recommended to remove or prune away any shrubbery, bushes or tree branches touching the structure. Vegetation touching the structure may offer a route of entry for ants into the structure, allowing ants to avoid contact with the treatment.

Occasional invaders including multi-colored Asian lady beetle, elm leaf beetle, boxelder bug and brown marmorated stink bug.

Apply directly to insects that have congregated around doors, windows and similar areas where they may enter the structure. Apply a perimeter treatment as described above.

For best results, treat trees and shrubs infested with boxelder bugs, elm leaf beetles and other occasional invading species early in the season. [Tree spraying may require ornamental license - check with your local regulator.]

Fleas and Ticks (including ticks that may transmit Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever)

Apply as a coarse wet spray to areas where fleas and ticks are most likely to be found, such as dog houses, kennels, runways, along paths or trails, under plants, shrubs, bushes, trees, or other shaded, moist areas where pests may be found.

Treat the entire area where these pests could be present. Fleas and ticks may be re-introduced from surrounding areas by host animals.

Mosquitoes

Treat with spray or mist around landscape plants, turf and ground cover, under decks, around building foundations and other places where mosquitoes may rest.

Fire Ants

Apply as a mound drench. Dilute 1.5 oz per one gallon of water. Gently sprinkle 1 to 2 gallons of the diluted insecticide over the surface of each mound and surrounding area to a 2-foot diameter.

For best results, apply in cool weather, 65°F to 80°F or in early morning or late evening hours. Treat new mounds as they appear.

Scorpions

Treat around piles of firewood and other areas where scorpions hide. When possible, remove piles of materials that can harbor the pests. Apply as a residual spray and/or perimeter treatment. Do not treat firewood with this product.

Hornets, wasps, and yellow jackets

Make a pin stream application directly to hornet or yellow jacket nests. To reduce sting threat, make applications in the evening when the insects are inside the nest. For paper wasps, use a pin stream or fan spray and apply over surface of exposed nest.

Remove and destroy treated nests to prevent emergence of newly emerged insects. If removal is not possible, retreat nests as needed.

Centipedes, millipedes, pill bugs, sow bugs, springtails.

Apply perimeter treatment to reduce the number of insects entering the structure.

Thoroughly treat mulched areas. Correcting moisture problems around the structure will

House flies and Cluster flies

Apply low pressure (do not exceed 50 psi at nozzle tip) mist or spray to outside of surfaces of buildings, porches, patios, garages, fences, and other areas where house flies rest.

Cluster flies: Treat in late summer or fall, just before cluster flies begin looking for winter shelter. Spray siding, eaves, around windows and doors, and window screens. To help reduce infestations, treat cracks and crevices, attics and other indoor winter hiding places.


WOOD-INFESTING PESTS

Drywood termites

- Lyctid or powder post

- Anobiid or deathwatch

Beetles (con’t)

- False powderpost

- old house borers

- wharf borers

Beetles (con’t)

- Ambrosia beetles

- bark beetles

Carpenter ants

Carpenter bees

Where to Apply

For treatment of wood infested with, or subject to infestation by, wood-infesting pests.

Apply where pests have been seen or found, or can find shelter.

Not for structural protection.

Use Rate

0.06% - 1.50 fluid ounce (45.4 milliliter) per gallon

How to Apply

Apply spray, mist or foam as described below in the application section.

Treatment dilutions may also be applied to wood surfaces by paint brush or roller.

Do not contact treated surfaces until dry.

When to Apply

When pests are seen or found.

Treatments may be applied at 21-day intervals, or as necessary to maintain adequate control.

Foam Applications

This product can be converted to foam and used to treat structural voids to control wood-infesting pests in walls, under slabs, within masonry voids, or in other void areas. Mix end-use dilution with manufacturer’s specified volume of foaming agent.


APPLICATION FOR WOOD-INFESTING PESTS

Drywood termites & wood-infesting beetles (Not for Structural Protection)

Galleries and structural voids: Treat by applying sprays, mists, or foams. Locate galleries by using visual signs (frass or pellets, blistered wood, emergence or clean out holes), the presence of live insects, mechanical sounding techniques, or listening devices (e.g., stethoscopes, acoustic emission detectors). Penetrate the gallery system by drilling holes to receive the injector tip or treatment tool. Distribute drill holes to adequately cover the gallery system. Apply as low pressure (do not exceed 50 psi at nozzle tip) spray, or by misting or, where appropriate, by foaming. Do not treat to the point where runoff is detected from adjacent holes.

● Avoid drilling where electrical wiring, plumbing lines, etc. are located.

● Do not apply where electrical shock hazards exist.

● Drill holes in commonly occupied areas must be sealed after treatment.

Wood surfaces: Treat by spray or mist or, where appropriate, foam applications. For inaccessible surfaces, drill and treat the interior of structural voids. Surfaces treated may include exposed wooden surfaces in crawlspaces, basements, or attics. Wooden exterior surfaces such as decks, fencing, or siding, structural voids, channels in damaged wood, in spaces between wooden members of a structure, and junctions between wood and foundations. Apply by brushing or as a coarse, low pressure (do not exceed 50 psi at nozzle tip) spray to the wood surface; apply sufficient volume to cover the surface to the point of wetness, but avoid applying to the point of runoff.

When spraying wood surfaces overhead in living areas, cover surfaces below the treated area with plastic sheeting or similar material. Do not contact treated surfaces until spray deposits have dried.

Carpenter ants

Homes and other structures: Apply around doors and windows and other places where carpenter ants may enter. Spray or foam into cracks & crevices, or spray, mist or foam through small drilled holes into voids where ants or their nests are present. Use enough spray or foam to cover the area, but do not exceed 1 gallon of dilute suspension per 1,000 square feet of treated surface.

It is recommended to remove or prune away any shrubbery, bushes or tree branches touching the structure. Vegetation touching the structure may offer a route of entry for ants into the structure, allowing ants to avoid contact with the treatment.

Exterior ant nests: Inside trees, utility poles, fencing and decking materials and similar structural members, drill to find the interior infested cavity and inject spray, mist or foam using a treatment tool with a backsplash guard.

Tunneling in soil: Apply as a soil drench or inject the dilution or foam in the soil at intervals of 8 to 12 inches. Use 1 gallon of dilution per 8 square feet. Treat along the edges of walls, driveways or other hard surfaces where ants are tunneling beneath the surface.

Protecting firewood from carpenter ants: Treat soil beneath firewood before stacking at 1 gallon of dilution per 8 square feet. Do not treat firewood with this product.

Carpenter bees

Apply as a spray or mist, or sufficient volume of foam, directly into gallery entrance holes. Leave entrance open to be sure that returning adult bees are killed. When there is no longer any insect activity, the entrance hole may be sealed with a suitable sealant.

Exterior wood surfaces may be treated by general surface application to prevent nest cavity excavation by adult carpenter bees.


STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Do not contaminate water, food or feed by storage or disposal.

STORAGE

Mix as needed. Store in original container in a secured dry storage area. Avoid extremes in temperatures. Prevent cross-contamination with other pesticides and fertilizers. If the container is leaking and/or material is spilled, on floor or paved surfaces, absorb on sawdust or other commercially available absorbing material, sweep up and remove to chemical waste area for your disposal. Concentrate is stable at normal storage temperatures.

PESTICIDE DISPOSAL

Wastes resulting from the use of this product may be disposed of on site or at an approved waste disposal facility.

CONTAINER DISPOSAL

Nonrefillable container. Do not reuse or refill this container. Offer for recycling, if available. Triple rinse container (or equivalent) promptly after emptying. Triple rinse as follows: Empty the remaining contents into application equipment or a mix tank and drain for 10 seconds after the flow begins to drip. Fill the container 1/4 full with water and recap. Shake for 10 seconds. Pour rinsate into application equipment or a mix tank or store rinsate for later use or disposal. Drain for 10 seconds after the flow begins to drip. Repeat this procedure two more times. Securely wrap container in several layers of newspaper and discard in trash or offer for recycling if available. If partly filled: Call your local solid waste agency or 1-800-CLEANUP for disposal instructions. Never place unused product down any indoor or outdoor drain.


APPENDIX

Use this product as a general surface (outdoors only), spot, mist, or crack and crevice treatment. Permitted areas of use include the following buildings, structures, and modes of transport:

● dairies and dairy product processing plants*

● food manufacturing plants*

● food processing plants

● grain mills*

● granaries*

● industrial buildings

● livestock housing

● pet kennels

● manufacturing establishments

● meat, poultry & egg processing & packaging plants*

● meat and produce canneries*

● offices

● poultry houses

● processing and packing plants*

● stores

● warehouses

● transportation vessels such as buses, trucks, trailers, rail cars, and marine vessels

For indoor applications at these sites (*), observe the following restrictions:

● Do not apply in food/feed areas of food and feed handling establishments.

● Do not allow people or pets to contact treated areas until spray has dried.

● Do not apply to furniture or upholstery where prolonged contact with humans will occur.

● Do not apply as a space spray.

● Do not allow excessive dripping or run-off to occur when treating vertical or overhead surfaces.

● Do not apply in conduits, motor housings, junction boxes, switch boxes, or other electrical equipment because of possible shock hazard.

IMPORTANT: READ BEFORE USE

Read the entire Directions for Use, Conditions, Disclaimer of Warranties and Limitations of liability before using this.

Limited Warranty And Limitation Of Damages

Bayer HealthCare LLC, Animal Health Division warrants that this material conforms to the chemical description on the label. TO THE EXTENT CONSISTENT WITH APPLICABLE LAW, BAYER MAKES NO OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, INCLUDING ANY OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS OR MERCHANTABILITY, and no agent of Bayer is authorized to do so except in writing such as a specific reference to this warranty. Any damages arising from a breach of this warranty shall be limited to direct damages and shall not include consequential commercial damages such as loss of profits or values, etc.

Bayer (reg’d), the Bayer Cross (reg’d), Annihilator™ and PolyZone® are trademarks of Bayer.

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