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Raid 1.5 oz. Concentrated Deep Reach Fogger (3-pack)
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Raid

1.5 oz. Concentrated Deep Reach Fogger (3-pack)

  • Kills ants, roaches and spiders
  • Penetrates cracks and crevices to kill bugs
  • Continuously kills bugs for 2 months
$7.47 /each

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Raid Concentrated DEEP REACH Fogger kills bugs where they hide and keeps killing with residual action for up to two months. Treat an entire room (25 ft. x 25 ft. with an 8 ft. ceiling) with our penetrating bug-killing fog that reaches deep into hard-to-reach areas, cracks and crevices.

  • Kills ants, roaches and spiders
  • Penetrates into cracks and crevices to kill bugs whre they live and breed
  • Keeps killing for up 2 months
  • Non-staining
  • No wet, messy residue
  • Formula helps to prevent wet, messy residues and stains


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Does this work outdoors?

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June 21, 2016
We'd like to use this for under our deck.
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June 30, 2016
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Thanks for asking, Andy. Raid® Concentrated DEEP REACH™ Fogger is not intended for use outdoors. – Mai Song, SC Johnson Consumer Care
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June 22, 2016
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No, the fogger does not work outdoors.
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Do this product has a lingering order?

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April 26, 2016
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Thanks for asking, Annette. When using Raid® Concentrated DEEP REACH™ Fogger, you should remain out of the home for four hours, plus an additional 30 minutes with windows open to allow for ventilation. If an odor is still detected, additional ventilation is required. – Mai Song, SC Johnson Consumer Care
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April 21, 2016
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The Raid 1.5 oz. Concentrated Deep Reach Fogger does not have a lingering odor.
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fogging rooms

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September 3, 2015
I want to just fog a couple rooms in the house, will putting plastic up against doorways prevent the fog from going into the rooms i dont want the fogger to go into?
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September 23, 2015
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All or nothing...the fogger penetrates even the tiniest of cracks.
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For best results, we recommend fogging all areas of your home at the same time – this will keep insects from escaping to untreated rooms. If you have additional questions, check out raidkillsbugs.com. – Heather, SC Johnson Consumer Care
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How long must I be away from my house during and after fogging?

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4 hours.
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4 hours is needed for the product to work, after 4 hours has passed. Go in your home open all windows and let a fan run, leave your house again for 30 minutes to an hour. Make sure to wash all your fabrics, dishes, counter tops, etc. Vacuum your rugs and wash your floors. All done. :)
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Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 45 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't waste your money We have two cats that are inside\outside cats. They live in a room beside my shop at night with a pet door that is closed at night. The room is 10'x 20' and has household items stored inside along with the cats. The room has heat for winter and a Ceiling fan for Summer ventilation. Unknowingly my wife skipped a flea application on the cats and unfortunately when we figured it out it was too late and we found fleas in the room. I removed the cats and treated them. Then purchased Raid Flea fogger. I removed all bedding from their room and set off the first fogger. Left it for several hours then entered the room. I was immediately attacked by fleas. So I set off a second fogger. Left the room closed overnight. Next day opened the door and still a bunch of fleas. I vacuumed the floor with a shop vac but can't get to every square inch. Then set off the third fogger. Left it 24 hours and then entered the room again to still find fleas. You understand that it is a continuing process but it doesn't even kill the adult fleas. So I would give it a zero for effectiveness. It was easy to use but didn't do anything so still worthless, which then makes the product a horrible value. I don't believe that I will use Raid products in the future if this is an example of their best efforts. Fleas are extremely hard to get rid of but it didn't even kill the adults so how do I know it will work on the other life stages? October 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Did not work at all!! I'm suspicious that the fleas actually used this as vitamins to bulk up because they are WORSE than before we bombed. YES, i know that you have to do this more than once because it isn't going to work with just one treatment. HOWEVER, i shouldn't have been attacked by VERY alive and seemingly ticked off fleas upon opening the door. We were gone the whole day. While in the bathroom ON TILE FLOOR, rugs were all bleached and washed in hot water and in the dryer, fleas were literally jumping on my feet and legs as i was standing there! None of that was happening pre-fogger application. I just happened to notice a few fleas and thought it would be a good idea to fog! My daughter's cat, who caused the problem, has been out of my house since before i started the flea treatments and i really just can't understand what is going on with these fleas! This is horrible and am TOTALLY unimpressed with this particular fogger!! September 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by does not kill them I believe this product fed these fleas instead of killing them. August 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kills yellow jackets The summer of 2016 seems to be a bad year for yellow jackets in Loveland, CO. Bug sprays and YJ traps are flying out the door of the local HD. YJ's made a large nest underneath cedar shake siding on our house. We tried most all residential bug sprays in pump up and hose end sprayers. A few would YJ's would die but just couldn't get to the nest. Finally, we draped plastic over the entire side of the house (draped at night! 30ft high and 40 ft long) and sealed off all the air leaks, made a small slit and inserted 1 can of fogger. Four hours later, NO MORE YELLOW JACKETS!!! August 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ??? Wish I'd read other reviews first ..could have saved my money...I also had BAD...MAKE THAT No results. I used all 4 diggers in my675 square foot work shop.. Locked it for 6 hrs...went back to open it to air out and had fleas all over my legs instantly....doesn't work at all. July 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by waste of money We waited for hours outside using 3 Foggers and came back in and we're eating Alive by fleas. This product does not work don't waste your money August 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by why are they still here?!? I just got back after bombing and airing out... guess what?! Tons of fleas hopping around. What a waste of money! June 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Still have fleas, two treatments later. I fogged and got the carpet spray and the battery operated spray. That's a lot of money spent, TWICE in one month, to still have fleas. April 20, 2016
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