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Pest-Off Complete Insect Killer

Complete Insect Killer

Pest-Off Complete Insect Killer is a special formulated odorless aerosol spray that kills any flying or crawling insects such as cockroaches, mosquitoes, houseflies, fleas, and other insects that cause many diseases.

It drives them out of their hiding places and eliminates them. Pest-Off Complete Insect Killer is ozone friendly because it does not contain CFC or Chlorofluorocarbons, which may be harmful in our environment.

Pest-Off Complete Insect Killer is all you need! It comes in 350g and 175g sizes.

What is CFC?

CFC or chlorofluorocarbon, is an organic compound that contains carbon, chlorine, and fluorine, produced as a volatile derivative of methane and ethane. During World War II, CFCs were used for foam blowing, precision cleaning, air conditioning, refrigeration, aerosols of insecticides and even and propellants for medicinal, cosmetic, and food. However, scientists found out that CFCs have low chemical reactivity causing this chemical to reside long in our stratosphere and deplete the ozone layer.

Around late 1970s, scientists worked on alternatives for CFCs and the manufacturer of this compound was phased out by the Montreal Protocol. Now, hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) and the hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) are being used because it is less stable in the lower atmosphere, enabling them to break down before reaching the ozone layer.

Do aerosol products harm the environment?

No. Aerosol products do not harm the earth's ozone layer. Aerosol Products do not contain CFCs although a recent survey showed that 7 out of 10 thought the chemicals were still used in the products. CFCs were removed from most aerosol products in the early 1970s even before their use in aerosols was banned by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in 1978.

Can aerosol cans explode?

Consumer products in the aerosol package form are designed for safe use. However, it takes temperatures in excess of 50 degrees Centigrade to rupture an aerosol can. Besides, any sealed container can burst if enough heat is applied, but product designs include a margin of safety.

Do aerosol propellants contribute to global warming?

No. The primary propellants used in today's aerosols are propane and butane, hydrocarbons that do not contribute significantly to global warming. The carbon dioxide used in some aerosols is taken from the atmosphere, and therefore presents a net zero global warming impact.

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