Cedar Oil Natural Pest Control Spray, Dr. Ben's Evictor Travel Spritzer, 4 oz.

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Cedar Oil Natural Pest Control Spray, Dr. Ben's Evictor Travel Spritzer, 4 oz.
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4 oz. Evictor insect spray.
A Dr. Ben's ready to use cedar oil formula.
This handy 4 oz. spritzer is perfect for travelers. Easily totes wherever you go!

  • A unique bio-influenced solution for indoor use that quickly neutralizes insect activity on contact.
  • Features cedar oil from East Central Texas as only active ingredient. Contains no harsh chemicals.
  • Convenient and easy to use spray formula.
Product Overview:

Evictor is a safe and effective all natural cedar oil alternative to chemicals for indoor pest control use. Cedar oil has long been known to have naturally potent insecticidal properties and pheromone diffusion qualities that adversely affect insects and other unwanted pests naturally. Dr. Ben's is both an "on contact" insect neutralizer and an effective pest repellent that is designed primarily for indoor pest control. It contains only cedar oil obtained from cedar trees indigenous to East Central Texas and an inert carrier, hydrated silica. This combination of ingredients creates a unique bio-influenced spray solution that works quickly against insects of the arthropod family. Below are just a few of the insects Dr. Ben's is effective against:

  • Mosquitoes, chiggers, no-see-em's, flies, ants, roaches, fleas, ticks, mites weevils, silverfish and a host of other annoying insects.
  • Repels rats, mice and venomous snakes.
  • Spray on mattress and box springs in hotels/motels for assurance that the bed bugs won't bite.

While Evictor is not a plant friendly pest control solution we have other labels here that are. If you need outdoor pest control solutions please see the "Outdoors" tab in the header of any page or scroll down to the "You may also like" area below on this page.

Why cedar oil for pest control?
We consider cedar oil from the East Central Texas Hill Country to be the most potent essential oil available for insect control use.

Why use an all natural pest control product?
Mounting anecdotal evidence suggests that many parasitic and other nuisance pests may be developing immunity to synthetic pesticides. Perhaps increased environmental concern about chemical pesticide use is resulting in regulatory restrictions that have rendered chemical based pesticides to become less effective than in the past? One thing is certain when talking with people from all walks of life about insect related problems is that something different is going on with pest control these days. Our society has become accustomed to relying upon synthetic chemicals to provide answers for our pest control needs yet it seems more and more often these solutions are coming up short on performance.

  • Historically there is no known mechanism by which insects can develop resistance to cedar oil. That is why we feel that using cedar oil based insecticides will undoubtedly perform consistently now as they have for literally thousands of years. The Dr. Ben's formula does contain an inert carrier that enhances the effect of plain cedar oil on insects. Combining hydrated silica with cedar oil in the right amounts produces a solution that intensifies the insect controlling properties of cedar oil alone without compromising it's chemical free status.
  • Publicized reports indicating that anecdotal evidence may suggest that exposure to synthetic pesticides could have significant long term negative effects to many health issues concerning adults, children, animals, plant life and the well being of our entire environment.

An exclusive additional benefit of Dr. Ben's proprietary formula includes quick interruption to the pest life cycle. When applied to unhatched insect offspring our formula will promote rapid dehydration of eggs, larvae and pupae.

How does Dr. Ben's cedar oil formula reduce, neutralize and repel unwanted pest activity?
Evictor relies on insect resistant natural properties that are inherent to cedar oil. Many people recognize that, historically, cedar wood oil has been used to neutralize and repel a wide variety of insect activity. Dr. Ben Oldag was instrumental in the development of an insect targeting "cocktail" that combines cedar oil with an inert compound known as hydrated silica. This developmental work determined that by combining cedar oil obtained from red cedar trees indigenous to East Central Texas with the hydrated silica created a solution that greatly enhanced the natural pest control properties of cedar oil alone. Thus, Dr. Ben's formula was created. The solution is generally recognized as safe, ("GRAS"), to people, pets and the environment yet it seriously interferes with many critical life functions of the arthropod family of insects.

Dr. Ben's acts in one or more of the following ways to reduce pest populations:
  • Promotes osmotic dehydration. By leaching moisture from the insects body, the solution essentially deprives insects of life giving water.
  • Triggers interference with breathing. Cedar oil invokes serious irritation to the respiratory system of many insects, especially those of a high olfactory nature. This forces the insect body to involuntarily stop breathing. By shutting down respiration, the insect's reflex is attempting to avoid taking in these extremely powerful irritants. When contact is prolonged for just a short period of time, usually about 30 to 40 seconds, the insect will inhale some of the formula.
  • Creates pheromonal induced mind altering interference. This is a reaction that interrupts and attacks the octopamine neuro-receptors that are crucial for neurotransmitter regulation of metabolism, movement, feeding, reproduction and overall behavior. In short, the formula disorients the insect and can result in lasting confusion to the unwanted pests leaving them less adept at overall survival instincts.
  • Life cycle disruption. Dehydrates and dissolves insect eggs, larvae, pupae on contact. This shuts down the reproductive cycle and reduces the birth rate of future generations.
  • General life threatening events to insects. The hydrated silica erodes the exoskeleton and cuticle of adult and juvenile insects. This exposes the internal systems of the insect to environmental conditions. Since the silica has bonded with cedar oil the result is very quickly noticeable and less than good for any insect involved.
What Are the Ingredients of Dr. Ben's Evictor?

Cedar Oil - 10%. EPA Exempt from Federal Registration under FIFRA section 25(B).
Hydrated Silica - 90%. An abundant natural resource from Quartz rock that has been liquefied. EPA listed as a 4a inert carrier which qualifies in combination with cedar oil to be exempt from federal registration 4a.

Dr. Ben's Notifications:

  • Ready-to-Use Formula - do not dilute.
  • Do Not apply mist near any open flame. Extinguish all pilot lights near treatment areas.
  • Not intended for internal consumption or for use with plant life. Keep out of reach of children.
  • Safe to apply directly on skin. If you are sensitive to wood oil allergies cedar oil may cause minor irritation. If this occurs, wash with mild soap and water, rinse, and discontinue use. For application to the face, spray onto palms of hands then message onto areas of face as desired while avoiding eyes. If eye contact occurs, flush eyes with water until any resulting irritation is once again comfortable.
  • Do Not Use on or spray around pet reptiles, pet rabbits, pet mice, pet rats, pet ferrets, pet guinea pigs or exotic pet birds.
Minimum risk pesticide. EPA registration exempt product under FIFRA section 25(b).
Active Ingredient: CEDAR OIL - 10%, 40 CFR 152.25 CAS # 68990-83-0
Inert Ingredient: HYDRATED SILICA - 90%, 4 A 40 CFR 180.950 CAS # 7699-41-4

Directions for Use - 4 oz. Dr. Ben's Evictor Indoor Pest Control Spray
Ready to use formula. Do not dilute. Dr. Ben's is primarily intended for indoor use.

How to "spot" treat indoors for general insect control with Dr. Ben's:
No measuring or mixing since this solution is ready-to-use. Simply aim spray nozzle where you want to treat and squeeze trigger. Can safely apply as often as desired to keep pests away. Just remember Dr. Ben's is not friendly with live plants. Surfaces treated with Dr. Ben's will neutralize and repel adult and juvenile insects from the area and will quickly promote dehydration of unborn eggs and larvae on contact. Periodic applications will insure the life cycle is disrupted and will keep the area free of unwanted insects. Evictor is well suited to apply on virtually any surface. Below is a sample list:

  • Apply along surface cracks, walls and baseboards, around window sills and doorways, inside cabinets, cupboards, on counter tops, under sinks and around fixtures, inside kitchen drawers and behind appliances. Wipe down kitchen counter tops after treating and prior to food preparation to avoid contaminating food or drink. Dr. Ben's is not intended for internal consumption.
  • Spray on and under all types of wood, cloth or leather furnishings.
  • Use on any style flooring material including carpet.
  • Use in bathroom cabinets, in bathroom drawers, on bathroom counter tops, under sinks and around fixtures.
  • Spray on mattresses, box springs, bedding and closeted or other stored clothing.
  • Dr. Ben's can used as a personal insect repellent. Just spray on skin where needed. If applying to facial areas, spray into hands, then massage on facial skin. Avoid contact with eyes.
  • This formula does not leave an oily residue on virtually any surface and will not stain or attract dirt.
  • Do not use cedar oil on or around pet reptiles, pet rabbits, pet mice, pet rats, ferrets, guinea pigs, or exotic birds

How to "spot" treat with Dr. Ben's outdoors:
If you see insect activity that you would like to quickly deal with in outdoor areas that do not involve plant life, Evictor will solve the problem quickly. Just spray the formula directly onto unwanted pests and you will see immediate results. Evictor should not be used on live plants or be applied on any soil that you intend to later plant in when treating for unwanted pests. Also, the Dr. Ben's formula will dissipate quickly in any outdoor setting. This essentially reduces "residual effect" (treatments do not last as long). For ongoing insect control maintenance outdoors be sure to see the "Outdoor" tab on the header of most pages on this website or scroll below to the "You may also like" section on this page for outdoor product links.

How to treat indoors with Evictor cedar oil formula for bed bugs, mites and other pest infestations:
When treating entire rooms or structures for indoor insect infestations or when battling bed bugs, etc. Please refer to the printable links (below) on this page and the videos section (above) on this page for complete treatment protocols to apply Dr. Ben's successfully when dealing with infestations.

Dr. Ben's Notifications:

  • Ready-to-Use Formula - do not dilute.
  • Do Not apply mist near any open flame. Extinguish all pilot lights near treatment areas.
  • Not intended for internal consumption or for use with plant life. Keep out of reach of children.
  • Safe to apply directly on skin. If you are sensitive to wood oil allergies cedar oil may cause minor irritation. If this occurs, wash with mild soap and water, rinse, and discontinue use. For application to the face, spray onto palms of hands then message onto areas of face as desired while avoiding eyes. If eye contact occurs, flush eyes with water until any resulting irritation is once again comfortable.
  • Do Not Use on or spray around pet reptiles, pet rabbits, pet mice, pet rats, pet ferrets, pet guinea pigs or exotic pet birds.

Minimum risk pesticide. EPA registration exempt product under FIFRA section 25(b).
Active Ingredient: CEDAR OIL - 10%, 40 CFR 152.25 CAS # 68990-83-0
Inert Ingredient: HYDRATED SILICA - 90%, 4 A 40 CFR 180.950 CAS # 7699-41-4

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