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Old 05-27-2008, 10:08 AM   #1
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Propane insect foggers.....again

Okay, I have found a black flag insect fogger at Lowes. You pour in the insecticide and attach a disposable propane tank to the back of it. It is hand held. Mixed reviews at amazon.com Again, It is a hand held fogger. Sells for around seventy bucks. Any of you folks have any experience or advice..... besides staying in the trailer

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Fogger

I have exactly that same fogger. It works very well. I've used it to pre-fog before wedding parties etc. I find it economical, portable, and effective.
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Old 05-28-2008, 08:30 AM   #3
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Thanks!

Thank you for the info. I am off to Lowes

Oh, Did it work for gnats?

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No idea on gnats. That is probably more a function of the fogging agent. We don't have much gnat trouble here; but plenty of mosquitoes.
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Most insecticides that are effective on mosquitoes will also work
on other flying insects.
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Old 05-30-2008, 11:07 PM   #6
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I bought a hand held repeller that uses butane gas (small) bottles, the bottle fits in the handle. I got it at Wallyworld for a mere 22.95. It comes with one bottle of butane (12 hours), and 3 replacement pads (4 hrs. ea.), and you can buy the refill kit for 6.49 with 3 pads and one gas. It is called a ThermaCELL mosquito repellant- I found it in the camping supplies area. It works very well! Keeps the "No-seeums" away!
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Old 06-01-2008, 09:37 PM   #7
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Update Black Flag Fogger

Purchased the Black Flag Fogger at Lowes for Sixty something. Used it for the first time. The gnats are thick this time of year. Last weekend, they drove us indoors. This time I fogged the area about an hour before the cookout. This time NO GNATS, the flies even stayed away. I am a believer. I will use it at home for cookouts and take it with me when camping. I LOVE IT!
Thanks for all the info.
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