KNOCKOUT™ Area Treatment
Effective treatments for eliminating home flea and tick infestations.
An aerosol house spray containing synthetic pyrethroids to quickly kill adult and larval fleas and ticks. Prevents subsequent flea infestations for up to 4 months (120 days). Pyriproxyfen (NYLAR® Insect Growth Regulator) inhibits flea growth and kills fleas before they reach the adult biting stage. Available in 14 oz aerosol can. Covers approximately 2,000 square feet.
- Prevents flea and tick infestations for up to 4 months. Prevents re-infestation of fleas by stopping immature fleas from developing into the adult biting stage.
- Reaches fleas hidden in carpets, rugs, drapes, upholstery, pet bedding and floor cracks for greater effectiveness.
- No mess. Leaves no unpleasant odor or sticky mess and, when used as directed, does not stain furnishings.
The KNOCKOUT Brand of Products consist of two house sprays; KNOCKOUT Area Treatment and KNOCKOUT ES Area Treatment, and KNOCKOUT Room & Area Fogger.
Nylar is a registered trademark of McLaughlin Gormley King and Company.
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It is very frustrating trying to rid fleas from my home. What other factors should I consider to successfully kill fleas?
None of the ingredients in KNOCKOUT™ Area Treatment affect the pupae life stage of the flea life cycle. Adult fleas may be observed 2-4 weeks after the initial treatment since fleas previously in the protected pupae are hatching and emerging. Pyriproxyfen, an ingredient in this flea spray, continues to kill fleas for 120 days (4 months) by preventing their development into the adult biting stage. It reaches fleas hidden in carpets, rugs, drapes, upholstery, pet bedding, and floor cracks. It prevents reinfestation and buildup of fleas in the home.
How do I apply KNOCKOUTTM Area Treatment?
SHAKE WELL BEFORE EACH USE. Hold can 2 or 3 feet from surfaces to be treated. Be sure to apply uniformly using a sweeping motion to carpets, rugs, drapes, and all surfaces of upholstered furniture. Be sure to treat pet bedding as this is a primary hiding place for fleas. No need to remove pet bedding after treatment. DO NOT TREAT PETS. Use a registered flea control product on your pets in conjunction with this treatment. Repeat as necessary. Avoid wetting furniture and carpeting. A fine mist or spray applied uniformly is all that is necessary to kill fleas and ticks.