When facing an infestation, it can be overwhelming trying to choose what brand of insecticide to use. Fast, effective, and affordable- Alpine WSG should be your go to insecticide for “do it yourself” pest control. Alpine insecticide can get rid of German roaches fast, as well as a wide array of other insects, which is why most professional pest control companies turn to this product when it comes to most extermination needs. Alpine is affordable, easy to use, and its special ingredients work thoroughly to exterminate household German roaches in as little as one application. With a product so user friendly, it’s been made easy to go through the extermination process yourself rather than working through a middle man. 

Still not convinced? This is why you should choose Alpine WSG insecticide to get rid of German roaches: 

Alpine is a non-repellent

There are two types of insecticides: repellent and non-repellent. Repellent insecticides only work to repel pests away from the treated areas, leaving untreated areas vulnerable to becoming new possible infestation locations. Repellents make it easy for re-infestations to occur. 

Non repellent insecticides, such as Alpine WSG, are intentionally made to be undetectable to pests. When you treat an area with Alpine, German roaches will be unaware and freely pass through the treatment zones, effectively infecting themselves with the insecticide and later dying off. Non-repellents like Alpine actually kill pests and get to the root of the problem rather than just redirecting pests elsewhere. 

Alpine works through the transfer effect 

The transfer effect means that one roach being exposed to Alpine insecticide can potentially exterminate its entire roach colony as a whole. Typically, German roaches roam open areas briefly in search of food or new locations before returning back to their colony with the rest of the German roaches. By spraying floors, small openings, etc, you are ensuring that German roaches will travel through these entry points and be exposed to the insecticide. Then they will return back to their colony, spreading the insecticide onto the rest of its roach family. 

The transfer effect allows you to expand treatment zones far beyond what you can physically reach, because Alpine allows German roaches to live long enough after exposure to travel inside walls and through hidden openings to spread the insecticide around for you. It is expected to encounter some German roaches once you do the initial treatment process because Alpine works slowly in its killing process so that transferring can occur, but shared exposure will take out the entire colony successfully. 

Alpine can be used anywhere 

Using Alpine is extremely convenient because you can apply the insecticide anywhere as needed. It can be used indoors, outdoors, on structures, and off structures. It can be used on lawns, driveways, attics, carpets, pet beds, purses, upholstered furniture, and so much more. 

Moreover, Alpine kills a wide range of unwanted pests, so applying in such diverse areas will help get rid of any other unwanted insects in the process. The effects of Alpine WSG will last up to 30-60 days after application to fight pests. When applying Alpine outdoors, keep in mind that this insecticide will kill pees and any other pollinators, so apply with care and caution. 

Alpine has no label restriction 

Alpine has no label restrictions telling you to wait an extended period before you treat for infestation again after the initial application. You can safely treat areas back to back when extra application is needed. If it appears that you forgot to spray a significant area or you are still seeing German roaches, you can continue using the product as needed without having to wait. 

However, keep in mind that Alpine has a residual effect of 30-60 days. If you have thoroughly sprayed all areas as instructed and you’re still seeing German roaches after treatment, it can be recommended to wait at least 30 days to make sure the product is given enough time to perform to its full capacity before applying the insecticide again. 

Alpine has a quick insecticide dissolve time 

Alpine WSG is a water soluble granule insecticide, meaning that you buy the insecticide in a bag of granules and dissolve it in water when you are ready to use it. The advantage of using Alpine over other granular insecticides is Alpine’s quick dissolve time of as little as two minutes. 

The following video shows just how fast the dissolve process actually is, timer running in the background while the insecticide dissolves into water. https://youtu.be/wah-N8kh4yM

Alpine makes cockroach gel 

If you’re looking for another approach to getting rid of German roaches in your home, Alpine specifically makes cockroach gel bait for simpler use. The gel bait comes in a squeezable tube or syringe, and makes it easy for you to apply small amounts of bait in cabinets, underneath sinks, holes and crevices, etc. Unlike the Alpine’s liquid formula, their gel bait actually attracts German roaches by tricking them into thinking its food. The German roaches will then eat the gel bait, and die from consumption. The gel bait is completely odorless, and it’s so undetectable that once it’s been applied you will not even notice it’s there. 

For more information on how to apply Alpine gel bait and how Alpine gel bait works, watch this video: https://youtu.be/8iTsSCeNx3U

Alpine has a long shelf life

Alpine has a shelf life of 3 to 5 years, unlike average liquid insecticide brands that are one use only or last 2 years at most. Alpine’s long shelf life is extremely beneficial when it comes to having leftover solution prepared, which is something prone to happen when exterminating yourself at home. If you make a gallon of insecticide and only need half of the solution to cover your perimeter, there is no stress over trying to finish the rest of it, nor do you have to fret over how and where to dispose of the extra product. 

You can easily store the leftover solution in a cool, dry place and keep it there until the next time you need it again. The mixture will not settle or come apart once it has been stirred the first time. It is important to store it exactly as stated on the label, as incorrect care for the product will result in a shortened shelf life. 

Alpine is odorless and dries clear with no residue

Due to Alpine’s water based composition, the insecticide is completely odorless. Alpine’s formula was made specially to avoid any strong chemical scents during or after use. Another feature of this water based solution is that it dries clear with zero residue. The insecticide granules completely dissolve into the water before use and are not detectable by smell or sight. After the applied insecticide has dried, there will be no strong chemical smells or remnants to clean up.  

Alpine is children and pet safe

If you’re looking for an insecticide safe for a home with children and pests, you’re in luck! It is completely safe to use Alpine WSG in homes with children or pets, as long as they are out of the application area until the applied insecticide is completely dry. This insecticide is only toxic to the touch with humans and animals while it is still wet. 

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Dusty Showers has been in the urban nuisance wildlife and pest control field since 1993. Taught by Garon Fyffe, a pioneer in humane nuisance wildlife management, Dusty has a passion for finding humane solutions to human & wildlife conflicts. Dusty was the only individual invited by the Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission in the lat 1990's to help write legislation for legal protection of Florida bats. With an instinct for solving wildlife, Dusty found pest control to be an easy "add-on interest". Dusty started his first business "Animal Instincts Wildlife & Pest Management" in the Tampa Bay, Florida area in 1995. Eventually selling Animal Instincts in 2002, Dusty went on to start Creepy Creatures Termite and Pest Control in 2009, which he still owns and operates today in Palm Harbor, Florida.

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