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BASF - 792075 - Cy-Kick CS - Insecticide - 16oz
Cyfluthrin 6.0%Cykick CS can be used indoors and outdoors to control all types of pests.Low Mix Rate: To get a 0.05% solution mix Cy-Kick CS Insecticide at a rate of 1 ounce per gallon of water. High Mix Rate: To get a 0.1% solution mix Cy-Kick CS Insecticide at a rate of 2 ounces per gallon of water.Can not ship to NY
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18 Reddit comments about BASF - 792075 - Cy-Kick CS - Insecticide - 16oz:

u/Knowledge_ · 11 pointsr/Albuquerque

cy kick

and Diatomaceous earth.

u/CountryNerd · 7 pointsr/triangle

Yup, I second that for roaches. I haven't used it personally but I've heard a lot of folks talk about it. After using the gel bait, I'd also suggest this. Grab a one gallon sprayer from Lowe's or Home Depot and you're set. I use the one ounce per gallon of water mixture and spray the outside of my house every couple of months. Shout out to /u/bagodees for suggesting both in a similar thread.

u/Cmfiii · 5 pointsr/phoenix

It's a great ritual that I do when the weather is warm and they are out. Go on Amazon and get the 12" tweezers if you want to capture them for the thunderdome. No matter what, don't pay the ridiculous costs of 'Scorpion Proofing' your home. It doesn't work any better than owning cats and using Cy-Kick pest spray monthly on your baseboards and doorways ( BTW, I heard chickens are the best at catching & eating scorpions.

u/Emperor_Kuzko · 3 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Cy-kick works for me. I had a pest control company come out a few times and it was something they used. Concentrated to mix a few gallons or an aerosol can for cracks etc.

u/vectaur · 3 pointsr/phoenix

You can't buy the "good" stuff at Home Depot. You either wanna hit up a Bug & Weed Mart type place in town, or just do what I did and order from Amazon.

One of those Cy-Kick bottles lasts me like 8 sprayings on a 3k sq ft house. Well worth the $40.

Edit: also -- if you buy Cyfluthrin, you won't need anything else. It kills everything under the sun.

u/HoWheelsWork · 2 pointsr/AutoDetailing

You could always try setting a couple tokay geckos loose in your car. I'll be waiting for the "How do I remove tokay geckos from my car" post in a few days.

But seriously, if the problem is really that bad, I'd probably consider using an insectiside bug bomb, like Cy-Kick:

u/enraged768 · 2 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

go get some CY-kick cs off amazon get a sprayer and i swear to god you'll never have a problem. now don't go spraying this shit everywhere it can kill you and there are federal guidelines to using this. its used to kill scorpions and just about anything else.

u/RandomNumberHere · 1 pointr/Austin

If you really want to get rid of them, get one of those cheap pump sprayers and some Cy-Kick and you're good to go. This is what some professionals use for insect control. It works great. I use it (spray along house borders inside and out) and after that my home is insect-free for months. You'll see some dead bug carcasses the first few days and then nothing.

u/skwolf522 · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

Here is what I use,

Kills everything. You mix 1 oz in a garden spray with 1 gallon of water.

Spray all the base boards and under your sinks and cabinets.



u/No_Disassemble_J5 · 1 pointr/washingtondc
u/crypto64 · 1 pointr/tifu

I've got a solution for you, but you won't like the price tag. Grab a container of this awesome stuff and any old one-gallon yard sprayer. Mix as instructed and spray the inside of your home and outside too if it's a house. You and your room mate will be the ONLY living things in your home for a few months. It's safe for pets too as long as you let the spray dry before turning them loose in a treated area.

u/danidf25 · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement

I used to be an exterminator when I was going to college. If they are big roaches they usually don’t live inside your house. When I was an exterminator the company I worked for used the pesticide linked below. Spray this around your house and focus on doorways or any place you think they might come in from. You only need to spray that once a month. The suggestion for the German roaches is great but German roaches are small not large. So maybe google German roaches and see if that’s what you have and decide on your plan of attack. Good luck!

BASF - 792075 - Cy-Kick CS - Insecticide - 16oz

u/grovertheclover · 1 pointr/triangle

/u/bagodees posted this info (in respect to roaches at least) a long time ago and it has worked wonders for me:

They are much worse at apartment/townhouse condos since there are so many people and so many connected units all in one building. Here's the deal: when you see one, it's got at least 47 buddies that are behind you laughing at you because you can only actually see the guy that's running in the spotlight. The traps and sprays you get at the local stores don't work, and actually make the roaches worse because that's how those pesticide companies make money. The same deal goes for the pest guys that the apt management contracts with - if all the pests disappear, then their business dries up.
That said, there's hope for you. I have found that the only stuff that works are these two products:
You can get a standard 1 gallon sprayer at Home Depot for the Cy-Kick CS. Spray that shit around your problem areas. The gel bait is for if your problem is really bad - place those in the same areas until you don't see anymore roaches.
These products are highly toxic, but they do work. Just make sure you follow the instructions, wear protective equipment when applying the pesticides, and keep your pets away from treated areas.

u/tuscaloser · 1 pointr/tuscaloosa

Just a suggestion, get a sprayer at Home Depot and a professional treatment chemical and do your own spraying (saves a TON in the long run).

I've had great luck with Suspend SC and CyKick CS (seems better for bad infestations).
Suspend SC:

Cykick CS:

Edit: These are both food/pet safe once they dry. We usually put the dog and cat in one room and spray the rest of the house, then spray the room they were in when the rest is dry. Both chemicals are odorless when dry.

u/DangerZoneDelux · 1 pointr/Coffee

Dude. Buy this. You don't ever have to worry about roaches again Cy-Kick CS Controlled Release Cyfluthrin 16oz Insecticide don't mess with traps or anything else. Mix with water and spray around house, any entryways as well as nooks and crannies