I need to spray my home for these stink bugs. I have a sprayer bottle that I pump up. I mailed the bug to a lab and I’m 100% sure that is what I have . It was suggested I use D-Force. What product do you suggest I use I do not want to use aerosol Cans. Do you sell the correct chemical I can mix and put in my sprayer to spray my house
P.S. I was told they are Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs
Stink bugs are very much a problem once they get inside the home as explained in our STINK BUG CONTROL article. As the article explains, it’s best to get them before they enter by spraying the outside of the home. Since it’s the middle of winter and you’re seeing them inside, it’s not likely such a treatment would help much right now. Fortunately there are some things you can inside that will help.
As our article explains, the best approach in living areas is to treat with the D-FORCE AEROSOL. You seem adverse to using an aerosol and if it’s due to odor, consider the PT-PHANTOM. It’s both odorless and essentially “dry” when applied. In other words, when sprayed properly, you won’t be able to tell it’s even present. Phantom has proven very effective on the marmorated stink bug so I know it will help the cause.
Lastly, since you’ve requested a “spray”, I’ll assume you mean a concentrate that can be mixed with water and applied via the “sprayer bottle” you mention you have. The CYPERMETHRIN listed in our stink bug article can be used inside but it will have a slight odor. If you prefer something odorless, go with the ESFENVALERATE. It’s odorless, easy to use and a little bit goes a long way. Applications can be made in living areas where the stink bugs are being seen. Esfenvalerate is labeled for use on carpeting for fleas so it’s Ok to use inside. And though it won’t be as easy to apply as the aerosol formulations, it will work fine. If you have further questions or concerns, give us a call on our toll free 1-800-877-7290 line.