Bug Juice is a contact insecticide which maybe mixed with all paints and stains. It kills bugs on contact. Will not harm pets, birds or livestock when used as directed. Lasts for the life time of the coating, but does not change coating application. Can be used for Interior or Exterior applications.
The registration of Bug Juice Insecticide Paint Additive, resulted in the first-ever EPA registration for both interior and exterior applications.
Bug Juice effectively eliminates crawling and flying insects. Its has a broad spectrum of applications, which includes the DIY and paint industries, as well as tree banding and manhole applications.
Bug Juice offers a host of advantages over other insecticides – no pesticide odor, easy application, and is long lasting.
What is Bug Juice? Bug Juice is a remarkable insecticide paint additive designed to eliminate crawling & flying insects on interior & exterior surfaces.
Where can Bug Juice be applied? Bug Juice can be applied on most interior and exterior surfaces, including kitchens and pantries .
Does Bug Juice Repel Bugs? Bug Juice does not repel insects, it is a contact pesticide. It begins to work after an insect makes contact with the treated surface.
What kind of bugs does it kill? Bug Juice kills crawling and flying insects ranging from ants to mosquitoes and cockroaches to silverfish and weevil.
Will it affect the appearance of the finish? Bug Juice will not effect the color or drying time of the coating .
What maintenance is involved? It is recommended that you hose off the treated surface with water twice a year. This provides a clean surface for insects to land on.
Does Bug Juice have an odor? No.
How long does the Bug Juice last? Bug Juice will last for 2-5 years.
What type of coating can Bug Juice be mixed with? Bug Juice can be added to any oil or latex-based paint, stain, or sealant.
This product replaces CPF2D which has been discontinued
due to EPA regulations. CPF-2D has been replaced by Bug
Juice which when added to paint or stain kills bugs.
This product must be properly mixed with Penetrol when used with Woodguard. Please contact Woodguard for instructions when using this product with all Woodguard Stains and Finishes.