Seclira From BASF Has Become A Popular Choice For Pest Controllers
Industry Spotlight on Seclira
Pest Control has been a rapidly growing industry for quite a while now. Everyone is looking for the next big thing when it comes to keeping the pests out of their homes and yards. Well, that next big thing could be Seclira. Many pest control companies seem to be using it.
Seclira is a lot of firsts for the pest control industry. It is the first non-staining, odorless, broad-spectrum and non-repellent general insect control product.
How Seclira Works
Unlike other pest control substances that are made of sprays or liquids or powders, Seclira from BASF is a granule based pesticide. The granules are mixed inside water and dissolve into an odorless mix that can be used indoors and outdoors.
The first benefit to having the water soluble formulation is that the granules dissolve completely clearly. It’s to the point where you might not even know there were granules of insecticide inside of the water in the first place. However, the dissolving of the insecticide in the water means that there is no stain after the chemical is applied.
Most of the time there is a stain after an indoor or outdoor area is treated with insecticides, but Seclira is clear. No odor, no stain, and aside from a bit of water there is no mess! Additionally, instead of targeting just one type of insect, Seclira attracts and kills several types of insects. This includes spiders, wasps, bed bugs, cockroaches, ants, and mosquitoes.
Finally, if you have gel bait that is designed to remove ants, cockroaches, and other creatures, you might be a little wary about spraying the area containing the bait with the Seclira spray. However, the spray doesn’t affect the bugs feeding on the gel bait. Therefore, you will get a powerful two for one punch when it comes to killing all those pests!
Non Repellant and Untraceable
One of the problems that other insecticides have is that they repel insects whenever they are used. This might get them out of the infested area, but often times it will also send them into other areas of the home or yard. This will at least let everyone know that you have some type of bug problem.