Fortefog Smoke Fumers
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An All-Purpose Pest Control Tool
These Fortefog smoke bombs are an essential tool for dealing with severe pest infestations. Their high-performance active ingredients are capable of quickly killing any pest, from bed bugs to moths. Once lit, the insecticidal smoke circulates around even very large rooms, distributing insecticide into every nook and cranny. When combined with a surface spray and a dusting powder, it gives pests nowhere to run and nowhere to hide. It’s the perfect solution for domestic and professional use.
The 13.25% permethrin smoke contains 25% more active ingredient than other leading brands, guaranteeing better results from every single smoke bomb. This means they offer wider coverage and improved knock-down-and-kill performance across both flying and crawling insects.
Use on Any Insect
The powerful insecticidal smoke is tested for effectiveness against any insect, including bed bugs, wasps, moths, fleas, silverfish, cockroaches, ants, cluster flies, and more.
Each smoke bomb, from the small 3.5g unit to the larger 11g variant, offers unbeatable coverage. This means you get more for your money as every single smoke bomb will go further.
Fast-Dissipating Odour-Free Smoke
The smoke produced by these fumers works rapidly, dissipates quickly, and leaves behind no lasting odours after use. This means they’re the most convenient smoke bombs for domestic use as you won’t be shut out of your room for long. For professional pest controllers, this means you can quickly clear out multiple rooms in just a few hours.
Compact, Non-Invasive Design
All fumers are small and compact, so it’s easy to set them up and use them. It’s a non-invasive solution that’s practical for use in both small and large rooms.
As with most smoke bombs, you use these fumers by lighting the fuse, which burns down and produces the insecticidal smoke. The specially-designed fuse won’t spark as it burns, meaning it won’t singe the surrounding area and can be placed on any heat-resistant surface.
Three Sizes Available
Choose between fumers weighing 3.5g, 5g, or 11g depending on the size of room you need to cover.
The area a single smoke bomb can cover depends on the type on pest you’re dealing with. Consult the list below to choose the right smoke bomb for your needs. Large rooms may need multiple fumers placed evenly around the room.
- Flying insects – 120m³
- Fleas and carpet moths – 30m³
- Crawling insects (bed bugs, ants, cockroaches etc) – 7.5m³
- Flying insects – 170m³
- Fleas and carpet moths – 40m³
- Crawling insects (bed bugs, ants, cockroaches etc) – 11m³
- Flying insects – 400m³
- Fleas and carpet moths – 100m³
- Crawling insects (bed bugs, ants, cockroaches etc) – 25m³
How to Use
Open and wardrobes and drawers and clear them out before use. Use old towels or rags to block up any cracks in door or window frames as much as possible.
- Place the fumer on a heat-resistant surface as close to the centre of the room as possible.
- Remove the lid and light the fuse.
- Leave the room, making sure to properly close the door behind you.
- Wait for at least 3 hours – preferably overnight.
- Re-enter the room and ventilate thoroughly.
- Repeat after 7-10 days if necessary. Repeat treatments are recommended when dealing with rapidly
- Works best when combined with dusting powder and surface sprays.
Frequently asked questions
No. Many of our customers call us to tell us they have removed the entire contents of their bedroom or house. There is no need for this expense. Keep items within the rooms to be treated, as our treatments will eliminate the pests, saving you on refitting your entire home with new wardrobes, mattresses and carpets.
Yes, we highly recommend keeping your clothing within the room to be treated. Clothes moths, bed bugs and fleas are known to hide within clothing, and by removing clothes from the room you risk not killing these pests, as well as spreading the infestation to other areas of the property.
There may be a lingering smell within the room which is why it is pivotal to ventilate the room well after the treatment. Clothes will not smell heavily of smoke but depending on the level of smoke, there may be a light odour on the clothes. If this is the case, wash the clothes on a standard wash (which helps get rid of any existing eggs from the pests left on clothes anyway).
When fuming, we recommend turning off any smoke alarms within the room to be treated. Of corse, it is of vital safety importance that you turn these back on once the smoke has cleared.
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