Bee Gone delivers proven and deadly control against carpenter bees and other wood-destroying pests.
- EPA-registered pyrethroid insecticide
- Works as a perimeter treatment for outdoor pests around residential buildings
- Can be easily mixed with water for spraying
- Designed for wooden structural surfaces on home’s exterior
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Bee Gone Insecticide (also popularly called “Bee Be Gone”) mixes readily with water for easy spray-on application. Plus it can be mixed into and applied at the same time as WOODguard Exterior Stain and Armstrong-Clark Deck Stain.
One 8 oz bottle treats a 5-gallon bucket. For outdoor homeowner use only.
Mix 1.6 fluid oz. of Bee Gone Concentrate per 1 gallon of spray solution. Do not use utensils such as spoons and measuring cups after use with pesticides.
How to Apply Bee Gone:
- Apply as a low-pressure spray or with a paintbrush.
- Apply where there are pests or at entry points of the structure (window frames, doorways, porches, patios, and foundation).
- You may also spot-treat garages, garbage cans, and garbage areas.
- DO NOT apply indoors (including crawl spaces).
- Spray a 6 to 8 foot wide band of soil around the perimeter of the house. Treat the foundation wall to a height of 2 to 3 feet.
- Use a spray volume of 2 to 10 gallons per 1000 square feet. If there is mulch or debris, you may have to use more spray to ensure adequate coverage.
- How long the spray will continue to work varies depending on weathering conditions (temperature, sunlight, moisture).
Wood Destroying Pests
- Apply Bee Gone Insecticide where wood is vulnerable (voids and galleries in damaged wood, spaces between wooden members of a structure, and between wood and foundations).
- Use a hose-end sprayer or sprinkling can to deliver a coarse drenching spray to treat stored lumber or wood piles. Do not treat firewood. One month after treating stored wood, you may use it for lumber. Do not apply inside structures.
- Repeat treatment as necessary but not more frequently than once a month.
For more information, see the manufacturer’s Product Label.