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How do insect foggers work?

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Insect foggers work to eliminate invading pests by saturating the air of indoor environments with toxic chemicals that kill the pests. Foggers are an effective solution to widespread and extensive infestations that sprays and other control methods are unable to resolve.

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As beetles, ants, roaches and other crawling bugs are able to escape into the confines of crevices, foggers are often most effective on flying insects, such as fleas, houseflies, mosquitoes, moths, silverfish and wasps. For the devices to be effective, Raid and other manufacturers suggest that all doors and windows of the treated room should remain closed without re-entry for a period of at several hours.

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