Cave/camel crickets. They seem to also emit an odor. Is that correct? Trying to get rid of them.
No doubt cave crickets stink. One can say they have a foul odor that permeates their surroundings. And if you get some on your hands it’s really nasty. Now do they get this odor because of where they live or because of something biological? Regardless, it’s strong and hard to remove but we have two agents you can use to eliminate the smell.
For small jobs, set out one of our AEROSOL MACHINES equipped with our ODOR NEUTRALIZER. The machine will release a small amount of odor neutralizer every 15 minutes and this will break down the smell. After a few days, the smell will be gone.
Fill it with a can of ODOR NEUTRALIZER. The machine will release every 15 minutes and in turn, effectively kill off the smell
For large scale jobs, mix 8 oz of NNz with 1 gallon of water and wipe down, spray or sponge it out over all surfaces where the odor is active. NNz works instantly and one mixed gallon will cover up to 500 sq/ft of surface area. Great for crawl spaces, living spaces, carpeting, walls and even turf out in the yard.