Apr 23, 2014 - 08:24 AM
Alpine dust can only be applied into walls, voids and "hidden" areas. If you are thinking about scattering it on the ground or floor, DON'T. This is not the way to use this product. It is best applied using a "puffer" duster and lightly dusting it into the walls, cracks, etc. This is only indoors, and only outdoors into the cracks of the house. It is not for dusting the yard, lawn, etc.
Stink bugs and Asian Beetles (lady bugs) are best controlled using outdoor treatments of OnSlaught Insecticide. This product works well, but has to be reapplied every few days or weeks until the problem subsides. Treat the outer perimeter, 1 foot up the outside wall and 5-10 feet out from the wall of the house. It can also be sprayed around the baseboards in the basement. It is normally safe for pets once it has completely dried. They won't track it back into the house after it has dried.
House flies are best controlled indoors using the Fly Web Fly Trap
CB80 can also be used as an overall "fog" to kill houseflies on contact.
Wasps are more difficult to control, especially outdoors. You can spray almost any insecticide on wasp nests to kill them, or you can try spraying the eaves, shrubs, etc, with Bifen.
The Waspinator acts as decoy wasp nest to deter wasps and keep them away.
There are many other things you can do, but this is the short list and the easiest. Hope this helps.