Springtails are extremely small and typically measure between 1/16th and 1/18th in. long. They may be brown, grey, white, black, iridescent, or brightly colored. Springtails do not have wings, but they do jump similar to a flea. They favor damp conditions, so when it is dry outdoors, they may find their way into your home. You will normally find Springtails in your bathroom, basement, or kitchen, especially in your sink. They may be found outdoors in soil, lawns, leaf litter, mulch, and rotting wood. Pest Outpost, LLC has professional products to treat and eliminate Springtails. Call or come in today for all your DIY pest control products & supplies. Shipping available in the Continental U.S.
D-Fense SC (1 Pint)
D-Fense SC is odorless and safe around kids and pets when used as directed. This insecticide provides a 2-3 month residual for long-term insect control. The broad label also allows for spraying on mattresses and for broadcast applications for bed bugs and lice. Controls: springtails, ants, bed bugs, crickets, fleas, flies, silverfish, spiders and many other listed pests.
Demand G Granules (25 lb.)
Labeled for lawn, landscape, and perimeter use, Demand G is an innovative granular insecticide that provides powerful protection against nearly 30 species of pests including springtails, mole crickets, ants, fleas, firebrats, beetles, earwigs, millipedes, silverfish, chinch bugs, mites and more. When used outdoors, Demand G Granules form a barrier of protection against unwanted pests around your home. It is an ideal product for windy or rainy days when spray and liquid formulas would be rendered ineffective by weather conditions. Granule perimeter treatments are typically applied in a band of up to five feet wide around the house and can be applied to soil, ornamental plants, mulch, and lawn. Once Demand is applied, its active ingredient, (lambda-cyhalothrin), begins working to disrupt the nervous system of any pests that come into contact with it. After one use, you should no longer see traces of target pests for several months. Reapplication may be necessary depending on the severity of the problem, climate, and other factors.