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How To Produce Spray Insecticide

how to produce spray insecticide
Written by LynkUPP

In this article, you will learn the practical steps on how to produce spray insecticide from your kitchen or room.

Insects -mosquitoes, bedbugs, cockroaches, wall gecko, etc – have become a real problem to humanity. Every year, millions of people all over the world die from malaria, caused by mosquito bites.

Yes, we do not like these insects in our society and environment, so we just have to live with them, since we do not really have a choice.

But we can eradicate them from our homes through the use of well-formulated insecticides. Therefore, the market demand for effective insecticides to combat the menace of these insects is huge, and anyone who can produce something that is effective against insects will make much money.

Raw Materials For Producing Insecticide

Let’s take a look at the raw materials needed for producing Insecticide

DDVP(Sniper), Force EC 1000
Lara Force
Boric Acid
Industrial Camphor
I. P. A(Isopropyl alcohol)

Having seen the raw materials needed for the production of insecticide, let’s go into the practical aspect.

Standard Production Procedure For Insecticide

Note: This formulation or measurement is for 10 litres of insecticide. You can increase or reduce the measurement bases on the quantity of insecticide you want to produce.

Let’s Get Started

>First of all measure 10 tablespoons of industrial Camphor

>Measure 250ml of DDVP force or sniper into a clean container.

>Add 100ml of Lara Force into the mixture

>Measure 5 tablespoons of Boric Acid and add to the production.

>Add 5.5 litres of water into the mixture

>Finally add 4.5 litres of IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol) into the production.

And there you have your insecticide. Package it as desired. This can be produced for your personal use, or for commercial purpose.

If you want to produce insecticide in commercial quantity, and become very rich from the production and sales of the product, refer to this guide for a comprehensive and practical information.

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