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Real-Kill

Model # HG-10064-2

Internet # 100352290

Store SKU # 707212

2 oz. Ready-to-Use Indoor Fogger (6-Pack)

$8.98 /each
  • Kills hidden bugs
  • Penetrates into cracks, crevices and carpet fibers
  • Non-staining and no lingering odor when used as directed

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Model # HG-10064-2

Internet # 100352290

Store SKU # 707212

Real-Kill 2 oz. Ready-to-Use Indoor Foggers (6-Pack) emits a bug-killing fog that reaches insects where they live. It kills roaches, ants, spiders, fleas, ticks and other insects. One fogger treats up to 2,000 cu. ft. of unobstructed indoor space. The formula is odorless and when it is used as directed, it won't harm your furniture or fabrics.

  • Kills roaches, ticks, fleas, spiders, ants and other insects to keep your home pest free
  • Penetrates into cracks, crevices and carpet fibers to kill hidden bugs
  • Kills for up to 4 weeks to prevent re-infestation
  • Covers up to 2,000 cu. ft. for complete coverage of indoor areas
  • Odorless, non-staining formula won't ruin your furniture, fabrics or walls

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Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
6.44 in 
Product Height (in.) 
4.25 in 
Product Width (in.) 
6.28 in 
Details
Application Type 
Fogger 
Concentrated or Ready to Use 
Ready to use 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor 
Organic 
No 
Pest Type 
Ants,Brown Dog Ticks,Crickets,Earwigs,Firebrats,Fleas,Houseflies,Mosquitos,Palmetto Bugs,Pill Bugs,Rice Weevils,Roaches,Silverfish,Spiders,Waterbugs 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Safe for Edibles 
No 
Safe for Pets 
No 

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Application Type: Fogger
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor
Concentrated or Ready to Use: Ready to use
Organic: No
Safe for Edibles: No
Brand: Real-Kill
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how long should you stay away from the room that was just treated?

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Actually, I personally believe ALL rooms within the property should be treated at the same time. Label directions say to wait 2 hours, then air out for 2 hours. I will even treat two or both apartments in a duplex that I own at the same time, otherwise pesky critters simply run to the safety next door. Therefore, it's really necessary to treat every room in the house at the same time, in my opinion. Read More
Actually, I personally believe ALL rooms within the property should be treated at the same time. Label directions say to wait 2 hours, then air out for 2 hours. I will even treat two or both apartments in a duplex that I own at the same time, otherwise pesky critters simply run to the safety next door. Therefore, it's really necessary to treat every room in the house at the same time, in my opinion. Having 6 fogger canisters in these packages makes it's convenient and economical to do so.
However, having come from the days of exterminator services of the 1950's, where our family had to vacate the property for 24 hours when it was sprayed once a year, I believe the longer it can remain closed up, the better. Absolutely better to keep it closed as long as possible, but two hour minimum, as per mfg. I ALWAYS wait at least 4 hours, at the very least. The longer the better.
Upon return, before letting my pets back into the house or staying side, I will open doors, windows, turn on ceiling fans, air conditioning & allow it to air out for awhile. Read Less
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August 4, 2014
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Fogging itself will take at least two hours, then you should plan to air out for at least two more hours. Please follow all label instructions before fogging.
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June 26, 2014
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Minimum of eight hours,twenty fours would be better." just be sure and cover furnitures,kitchen table and wash everything after wards
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I would recommend letting the room air out for several hours before using. It has very strong fumes.
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At least 4 hours.
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April 29, 2014
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I would avoid the area for 3-4 hours. Even then we still had some odors left in the air.
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April 23, 2014
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2 hours
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April 22, 2014
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I always set off the cans (4 - 6) and then leave the house for 3 to 4 hours. When I return the smell is even gone. It works great.
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April 15, 2014
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At least two to three hours
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April 10, 2014
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Luckily, I was able to stay out of the house until the next day.
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April 10, 2014
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I personally left the room for a few hours. Upon returning, I opened the windows & doors to allow the room to vent for about an hour. As a precaution, I wiped clean any surfaces that fiid might come in contact with (counters, tables, etc...)
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If I take my dogs to Day Care before I set it off, will they be safe when we return home from work 9 hours later.

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yes just open the house doors,windows and let it air out when you get home
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November 10, 2014
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Yes they will be safe as long as you let your home air out for two hours prior to them returning home. It leaves no residue or smell.
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September 23, 2014
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Yes, there will be no problem for your pups! I will say this, though...you may want to let your place air out for just about fifteen minutes when you get home. Take the dogs for a quick stroll. They have a little more sensitivity to smells, so give 'em a break.
Bonus: you get to spend some quality time with the ones that love you!
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September 2, 2014
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It would not hurt a flea
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I should think so. But, it's advisable to open & air out for a few minutes before occupying the property.
In our home, we have three dogs & a cat. Whenever fogging, all ceiling fans & a/c unit is turned OFF. The house closed up completely for a minimum of 4 hrs. Personally, I believe results are better, the longer the property is closed up. Upon returning home, I always open doors & perhaps a couple of Read More
I should think so. But, it's advisable to open & air out for a few minutes before occupying the property.
In our home, we have three dogs & a cat. Whenever fogging, all ceiling fans & a/c unit is turned OFF. The house closed up completely for a minimum of 4 hrs. Personally, I believe results are better, the longer the property is closed up. Upon returning home, I always open doors & perhaps a couple of windows, turn on ceiling fans for several minutes before we all return inside.
Other than having pets food & water bowls put away before fogging & replacing only after the house has aired for a few minutes, and picking up to dispose of fogger canisters & any newspaper said foggers may have been sitting on first thing upon arriving home, I've never taken any other precautions with the animals.
Please note that I've been fogging with these foggers since they came on the market many years ago and my current pets are dogs ages 16, 7 & 5 and cat age 17. None of which are currently suffering from any health problems, nor have they since becoming family members at only few months of age.
On an added note, I ALWAYS wash & dry dogs bedding PRIOR to fogging, & leave the clean bedding inside the rooms in order to be treated by the RealKill fogging products. I've never laundried them afterward, because I felt it was defeating the purpose. The residue is what's helpful in preventing infestations from reoccuring. Read Less
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August 4, 2014
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Yes, but you should plan to go home and air out all treated areas before you or your pets re-occupy them.
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June 16, 2014
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Yes of course you can. with my pets I have not had any problems
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June 6, 2014
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Absolutely! I have two cats. I lock them out and when I return 3 to 4 hours later it is fine. I do however open the windows for a few minutes and turn on the AC just to push out any odor that might still be lingering.
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It would be safe after airing and ventilating the rooms/house out for at least 30 minutes prior to taking them in where it has been fogged.
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After 9 hours the air will be okay. Just make sure to wipe down all surfaces and clean any dishes your dogs may use.
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Can this be use to treat bed bugs ?

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No this product is not meant for the use of bed bugs.
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No, sorry. This is not recommended as a bed bug killer. This will do well with roaches, ants, fleas, and spiders, but bed bugs will just laugh at the stuff.
There are other remedies specific to bed bugs. This isn't it.
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It may or may not be as effective, in my opinion, but should be use as a prevention tactic.
Owning fully furnished rentals, although mattresses are covered with high quality covers, I ALWAYS fog entire apartments immediately upon a tenant moving & bed stripped. Usually using a COMBINATION of brands, including REALKILL - those with different chemical compounds designed to eliminate various bugs. Those Read More
It may or may not be as effective, in my opinion, but should be use as a prevention tactic.
Owning fully furnished rentals, although mattresses are covered with high quality covers, I ALWAYS fog entire apartments immediately upon a tenant moving & bed stripped. Usually using a COMBINATION of brands, including REALKILL - those with different chemical compounds designed to eliminate various bugs. Those include Real-Kill (black cap) & other foggers. One fogger per room, sometimes different brands in different rooms ALONG with REALKILL. After a rental has been totally repaired, cleaned & ready to rent, I will again fog each room, often with one of the other brand foggers in another room, as I don't keep track of which brand I used where.
Personally, I believe this kind of mixed brand application allows me an opportunity to benefit from the different high quality products available, while not allowing pest-bugs to become adapted or immune to an individual product.
Thus far, thank goodness for do-it-yourself foggers, in as many years as these type of foggers have been on the market, I have NOT EVER had any bedbugs present, nor other type of infestation, other than fleas discovered when tenants move & roaches, which are all quickly eliminated by this process of fogging.
It's affordable to use RealKill 6 application foggers in lieu of hiring professional exterminators. But, since I've never experienced a bedbug problem, I cannot attest to how well RealKill or any other foggers work in such circumstances. However, I do know, for sure, that they work well for all other bugs & I wouldn't hesitate to use them. Particularly as a preventive measure at regular six month or yearly treatment. Read Less
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August 4, 2014
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It will not control bedbugs.
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June 6, 2014
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I really do not think so. I would need special treatment for that.
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no
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No. It is my understanding that bed bugs are extremely hard to kill. I think they have to be professionally exterminated with steam.
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No Achico03 it can not be use for bed bugs unless it has on it's lable ( "For Bed Bugs" )
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Will it kill spiders

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February 12, 2016
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The fogger will kill spiders.
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February 10, 2016
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Sure, you can use Real-Kill Indoor Fogger to control spiders.
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Yes, and anything else that crawls
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 162 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Didn't work after many boxes I placed a total of three boxes of foggers during a four week period and the ticks kept coming! I then used Permectin and sprayed the corners of the house inside and out, ONLY ONCE and to my amazement the ticks disappeared! May 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works well works well, used it before I moved into my new house and found few dead insects . May 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product and available in a 6 pack Very effective in preventing insect infestation in the attic and garage. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gnats A landscaper stored my extra mulch in the garage. Incidentally, this was Home Depot's "Viagro" black mulch. Looked great in the yard - but after a few months this "hatched" and my garage was infested with gnats! ARGH!!!! It was so gross... I spread with home defense and then realized to get rid of them all I would need to "bomb" the garage! This did the trick! I used 2 foggers and my garage is now gnat free! April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked like a charm! With fleas I used the canisters twice, 2 weeks apart. No more fleasand I am a month out. March 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Consider this What everyone who attempts home pest control must keep in mind is that, just as with human bodies varying in immunities so do the pest you are trying to rid an area of. So downing a product because it was ineffective in your case does not mean the product is ineffective. Another situation you must consider is that products may claim to kill certain pests but does it also have the guarantee to kill the eggs, and off not that means that it requires another treatment within a given pest egg hatching span our you will often have a continuance of the pest you are trying to rid yourself of. With this product in my circumstances it worked very effectively. I am not saying it will for everyone, but to each their own in pest removal. February 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This is some good stuff I've been using this product for years it does what is says, easy to use, and it completes the job February 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by FAILED!!! Miserably! We were noticing some roaches around our home and had been using bait stations behind the fridge and stove, in the corner of the bathrooms, under the bed, in the living room, etc. but they didn't seem to be helping. So, we were leaving town for a few days and decided to take advantage of the time out of the house to use a fogger. We bought two boxes of these foggers and ended up using nine of them. Six inside our 1200 sqft home and three in the crawlspace. We set them off before leaving town and cleaned up when we got back. Every day since we are still seeing and killing roaches. It has been a a few weeks and we haven't noticed any impact on the roach population. Our kitchen is clean every night, with dishes running in the washer and no food on the counters. Not sure why the roaches are still here, but this product doesn't seem to have done its job. VERY disappointed. January 10, 2016
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