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No, you have to move out of the country for that.
NYCeGURU
· May 18, 2017
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Just from personal experience 12 months is a marketing tool. Depends on your problem but let s be honest, if it protected for 12 months they would have less sales. Spray once a month.
AmazonianLover
· July 4, 2017
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Not is will definitely NOT cure a flea infestation. It will kill hatched and active larvae fleas....will NOT kill flea eggs or larvae in the cocoon stage. The result is two or three days after you spray you will have fleas again....from the eggs or the cocoon stage fleas hatching out after you spray.......Better to g… see more Not is will definitely NOT cure a flea infestation. It will kill hatched and active larvae fleas....will NOT kill flea eggs or larvae in the cocoon stage. The result is two or three days after you spray you will have fleas again....from the eggs or the cocoon stage fleas hatching out after you spray.......Better to get a dual or triple acting spray...something with both a pesticide and a growth inhibitor.

Honest I just went though this. Used Home Defense 4 times in 3 weeks..still had fleas until I bought and used another product with both a pesticide and growth inhibitor... see less
Not is will definitely NOT cure a flea infestation. It will kill hatched and active larvae fleas....will NOT kill flea eggs or larvae in the cocoon stage. The result is two or three days after you spray you will have fleas again....from the eggs or the cocoon stage fleas hatching out after you spray.......Better to get a dual or triple acting spray...something with both a pesticide and a growth inhibitor.

Honest I just went though this. Used Home Defense 4 times in 3 weeks..still had fleas until I bought and used another product with both a pesticide and growth inhibitor...

Barefootdog
· September 18, 2017
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When it dries, I've never had a problem around my two dogs!
Satisfied Amazon Customer
· July 1, 2017
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No, but you can purchase this one from Walmart and it works just fine. See link below
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Universal-Power-Sprayer/106911440

Steven J.
· August 30, 2017
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All you need to do is soak the piece that plugs into the bottle in warm water to loosen up the buildup of spray inside the hose. You can’t tey spraying while it is still in the water and it will loosen everything up and water will spray out once it’s clear, then plug back in and start spraying. Hope this helps!
Erin
· February 28, 2018
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Yes
Amazon Customer
· March 24, 2017
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Yes, including the pesky Black Widow, Brown Recluse, and scorpions.
A. Bowen
· July 29, 2017
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Prevent- unfortunately in my experience, no. I still get a few in the house every spring. Creepy things! I get all types of creepy bugs since I live on the forest perimeter. I don't get as many in the house since using this, but a few still manage to pop in. On the plus side, I spray along all my baseboards inside, and… see more Prevent- unfortunately in my experience, no. I still get a few in the house every spring. Creepy things! I get all types of creepy bugs since I live on the forest perimeter. I don't get as many in the house since using this, but a few still manage to pop in. On the plus side, I spray along all my baseboards inside, and the few I get I find dead. Hope this helps! see less Prevent- unfortunately in my experience, no. I still get a few in the house every spring. Creepy things! I get all types of creepy bugs since I live on the forest perimeter. I don't get as many in the house since using this, but a few still manage to pop in. On the plus side, I spray along all my baseboards inside, and the few I get I find dead. Hope this helps!
DJDavis
· May 4, 2017
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The nozzle at the end of the wand rotates. There are a couple of settings and an OFF setting.
Carol Westerdale
· May 29, 2017