NO Bugs Super Fumigator

Kills and eliminates flying and crawling insects and spiders including borer beetles. Replaces NO Bugs Borafume.

Benefits Benefits

Fast and effective knockdown of a wide range of bugs including borer.

  • Replaces NO Bugs Borafume
  • 20 g fumigator treats up to 200 m³, 100 g fumigator treats up to 1000 m³.
  • No oily residues, and will not stain.
  • Non-aerosol, water based product.
  • Safe and effective insecticide released as a vapour to penetrate all parts of the treatment area.

Directions Directions

Follow instruction leaflet carefully. Prepare areas to be treated. Remove or cover fish tanks. Close all doors and windows and seal other ventilation. Plan to release fumigator/s and leave treatment area immediately after. Do not re-enter area for a minimum of 3 hours, up to 24 hours. On re-entry open doors and windows and allow to ventilate for 30 mins.

Coverage Work out how many NO Bugs Super fumigators are required as follows:

  • Multiply floor area of each room - e.g. 3m x 6m = 18 square meters
  • Multiply floor area by height of room - e.g. 18m2 x 2.6m = 46.8 m³
  • Do the above calculations for each room. Add up each room and total, divide total by 200 to show how many fumigators are needed for the whole area to be treated.
  • Always round up, e.g. if the total is 460 m³ (460 divided by 200 = 2.4) you should use 3 NO Bugs Super 20 g fumigators, not 2.

How to Prepare and Activate the NO Bugs Super Fumigator:

  • Prepare the area to be treated by covering or removing food and food utensils. Cover or remove fish. Remove other pets. Close windows and doors leaving your planned exit.
  • Although the NO Bugs Super Fumigators do not produce smoke we advise turning off smoke detectors.
  • Peel off the plastic cover at the top*. 
  • Remove the plastic lid/ring*.
  • Peel of the seal from the plastic cup*.
    *only relevant to 20 g fumigator.
  • Lift out the fumigator pouch (and leaflet).
  • Add water to cup to the dotted line (or approx. 1 cm in the saucer for 100 g fumigator).
  • Place it in the centre of the area to be treated on a stable surface.
  • Open the foil pouch containing the fumigator can.
  • Place the fumigator can in the water with the red end upward and replace the ring/lid. The fumigator will activate in a minute or two.
  • Retreat from the area closing the door behind you.
  • Leave for 3+ hours.
  • Return and open doors and windows to ventilate for 30 mins.
  • Wipe down food preparation surfaces.
  • Controls:
    • Borer
    • Booklice
    • Moths
    • Ants
    • Weevils
    • Mosquitoes
    • Cockroaches
    • Grubs/Larvae
    • Wasps
    • Carpet Beetle
    • House Flies
    • Whitetail Spiders
    • Silverfish
    • Cluster Flies
    • Spiders
    • and others...

Active Ingredients Active Ingredients

72 g/kg Cyphenothrin in the form of a vapour


Available Sizes Available Sizes

Fumigator: 20 g, 100 g


Tips Tips


Caution Caution


Regulations Regulations

HSNO Approval Code: HSR000268.
NO Bugs Super Fumigator - SDS


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