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Hot Shot

Model HG-20177-2

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Store SKU #319499

1.2 oz. No-Mess Fogger (3-Pack)

$9.97 /each
  • Kills on contact
  • Kills hidden bugs
  • Deeper reaching dry fog formula

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The Hot Shot No-Mess 1.2 oz. Foggers (3-Pack) feature a deep-reaching formula that is designed to kill hidden roaches, fleas, ants, spiders, water-bugs, crickets and other insects. The foggers produce a dry fog to help prevent a lingering odor and resist leaving stains. They are great for homes, apartments, attics, basements, garages, cabins and pet sleeping areas.

  • Penetrates behind walls and other inaccessible places to help kill insects on contact
  • Each can treats up to 2,000 cu. ft. for good coverage
  • Dry-fog technology leaves a minimal mess, resists staining and helps neutralize odors
  • Non-flammable formula helps eliminate the need to turn off pilot lights
  • Contains 3-1.2 oz. cans

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Can the food be left in the cabinets if they are in containers

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If cabinet doors are left open, I would remove. If closed, containers of food may be left in cabinets.
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If the container contains food that contains a factory factor of at least 1/2 the % of the original 25% but not less than 26% of the total weight of the content in container. I HOPE THIS HELPS.
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October 23, 2014
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NO!!!! Store them somewhere or in a box before using the fogger. It is not natural. You can't even breathe the stuff in. You are supposed to run in and air out everything for a while. I recommend doing this for awhile and using a mask to cover the toxins coming into your airways.
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September 14, 2014
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Yes the food can be left in cabinets in containers as long as they're closed tightly. I put a huge 20 lb. sack of opened cat food inside the clothes dryer to insure it remained safe from the foggers chemicals.
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September 10, 2014
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Hi Jade. Yes, as long as they're tightly closed or sealed, it's fine to leave food in kitchen cabinets while fogging.
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September 9, 2014
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To be safe remove boxed food and canned goods. Open your cabinets while fogging.
You should cover or remove any food that isn't sealed. Removing it would probably be easiest. If you leave canned food, be sure to clean the tops of each can before opening it.
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how long must we stay out of house after using the hot shot no mess fogger

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After using the fogger, and staying out of the house for 2 hours, you HAVE to come back in, open all doors and windows, turn on fans and air conditioners and allow area to air out for two more hours!
DO NOT COME BACK IN OR BRING YOUR PETS BACK IN UNTIL AFTER YOU HAVE AIRED THE AREA OUT FOR 2 HOURS!
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AFTER FOGGING • AIRING OUT: BEFORE REOCCUPYING THE AREA,
OPEN ALL DOORS
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After using the fogger, and staying out of the house for 2 hours, you HAVE to come back in, open all doors and windows, turn on fans and air conditioners and allow area to air out for two more hours!
DO NOT COME BACK IN OR BRING YOUR PETS BACK IN UNTIL AFTER YOU HAVE AIRED THE AREA OUT FOR 2 HOURS!
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AFTER FOGGING • AIRING OUT: BEFORE REOCCUPYING THE AREA,
OPEN ALL DOORS AND WINDOWS, TURN ON AIR CONDITIONER AND FANS AND ALLOW
TREATED AREA TO AIR OUT FOR TWO HOURS. Turn on smoke alarms and aquariums.
NOTE: When treating for fleas or ticks, clean and treat pet sleeping areas. Also treat dogs and
cats with a flea and tick control product registered for use on pets before allowing them to enter
the treated areas.
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It says 2 to 4 hours. But the longer the better right?? But then again when you return, you have to open everything up so it gets well ventilated. You should be safe and try to air it out as much as possible before returning back in. It only advises a short time, but you never know how well the house will ventilate the toxic air out.
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September 14, 2014
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Two hours after setting off the foggers, open all the windows, turn on the air conditioner and all the ceiling fans to air out the house for at least 30 minutes.
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August 5, 2014
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Leave the home during the fogging period. Take the pets (including frogs, dogs, cats, etc). It takes about five minutes to empty the can and then about two hours for the fogging period.
After the two hours, you should open a few windows and turn on fans for at least 30 minutes before returning to and especially sleeping in your home.
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July 22, 2014
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You should leave your home for at least two hours while the fogger works, then come back and open doors and windows to allow the treated area to air out for at least 30 minutes. After that, you can reoccupy the area.
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I live in a home that has 3 floors. If I use the fogger on the 2nd floor, will it affect the family on the 1st floor? There is no one on the 3rd floor

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I agree with bubbles. When I do fogging, I do the entire apartment at once, to avoid the problem of bugs moving into the un-fogged rooms to wait out the armageddon.
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If the area is tightly closed, then there should be no problem. But you have to realize that when you do only your floor, the rest of the floors will be infested since the bugs will be running to the next safest place, which means when its tolerable for them, they will return back. Especially cockroaches. I live in a duplex, if I was to spray my house, they would go to my next door neighbors but return Read More
If the area is tightly closed, then there should be no problem. But you have to realize that when you do only your floor, the rest of the floors will be infested since the bugs will be running to the next safest place, which means when its tolerable for them, they will return back. Especially cockroaches. I live in a duplex, if I was to spray my house, they would go to my next door neighbors but return back shortly. That's why the whole area should be fumigated. Read Less
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September 16, 2014
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If they are separate apartments with separate ventilation systems, it's not necessary for other tenants to leave the building during fogging. If it's one home with one ventilation system, we always recommend that all people and pets leave the home during fogging.
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Yes I think if everyone shared the same central air unit then the fogger could be pulled through the venting system to all the floors in your house because it states on the box to turn off the air units for at least two hours after setting off the foggers.
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can i leave a cat in the house you i do it

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NO!!!
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No pets should be left inside the house while fogging because the chemicals are highly poisonous.
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August 25, 2014
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We don't recommend it. You should remove pets until your home is totally ventilated -- follow the directions on the carton for airing out.
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Allow a minimum of two hours for fogging. Then air out your home for thirty minutes. They you and pets can enter. Do not leave any pet in the home during the 2 1/2 hours for fogging and ventilation.
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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 68 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GREAT PRODUCT This product was great. i had an exterminator but never gotten ridden of Roaches until I bought and used this product and sure enough I see not even one roach. Just make sure to use one per room and also repeat it within 3-4 weeks of use to get rid of the ones that hatch after September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very effective Killed large flies quickly with no residual smell. Worked better than expected. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product! No muss, no fuss, no residue, no odor, worked very well on spiders in the basement September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No-Mess Fogger Works very well and easy to use. Hung it down into the crawl space with string and duct tape and let it spin as it was spraying. August 20, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by No Good! I have a lot of fleas in my basement. large fleas small fleas fleas fleas fleas. I bought a 3 pack of this product because i wouldnt have to shut pilot light off on boiler. Did just like the instructions say to.2 hrs with windows shut then open for 2 hours. I had fleas on me within seconds of going in to air it out. So i thought maybe i needed to use 6 cans. so next day i buy 2 packs of this product and set off all 6 cans let it sit for 4 hours this time just to be sure then i went in to air it out and what do you know FLEAS!!!! Its time to call in the professionals but this product was a waste of time and money that i could have put towards having someone come get the out. wish i could give it zero stars. July 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Useless Used twice the amount needed for fleas and it didn't even make a dent! Waste of money! August 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't work This product is a waist of money and doesn't work. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BUG BE GONE Great little product. Does not have that awful smell. Push the button and be gone. Yep! Kills them bugs dead. July 26, 2016
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