Fuse vs Termidor for Termites

Termidor SC is a treatment that kills termites in the soil. It will work for up to 18 months and it also works on ants, roaches, fleas and ticks. Fuse Termiticide is a liquid that you can pour into your home’s foundation or crawl space to prevent infestations of subterranean termites. Termidor SC has been proven to be more effective than fuse Termiticide by studies done by independent scientists.

Fuse vs Termidor Table

Termites can be a huge problem for homeowners, and pest control professionals are always looking for the best way to get rid of them. This table will help you understand whether it’s better to use one or the other, and why!

Fuse

Termidor SC

Active Ingredient Imidacloprid

Active Ingredient Fipronil

Controls All Major Termite Species

Controls All Major Termite Species

Fuse Is Non-Repellant Insecticide

Also Best For Control Of Outdoor Ants

Outdoor Use Only

Outdoor Use Only

8 Year Promises Of Protection Warranty

Protects Homes For Up To 10 Years

Mixing Ratio 0.3 - 0.6 Oz. Per Gallon Of Water

Mixing Ratio 0.80 Oz. Per Gallon Of Water

Pet Safe When Used As Directed On Label

Pet Safe When Used As Directed On Label

Target Pests Termites, Ants, Earwigs, Millipedes, Box Elder Bugs, Silverfish, Pillbugs and others

It Also Kills Termites, Carpenter Ants, Cockroaches, Crickets, Earwigs, Cluster Flies,

Millipedes, Silverfish, Spiders, And More

Why Compare?

This blog post is about the difference between Termidor SC and fuse Termiticide. They are both termiticides but they work in different ways to get rid of termites. Fuse Termiticide can only be used inside your home, while Termidor SC can also be used outside for ants and roaches too. The studies done by independent scientists show that it kills more termites than Fuse does.

There has been a lot of research on this topic because infestations have increased over the past few years due to climate change-related weather conditions such as drought or heavy rains which make it difficult for buildings to dry out completely after construction or renovation projects.

Active Ingredients

In this section we are going to show the active ingredients in Termidor SC and Fuse.

Termidor SC contains: Fipronil 9.1% permethrin, piperonyl butoxide, and pyrethrins. Fuse has these three main components (but not necessarily in this order): Fipronil 6.6% Imidacloprid 21.4%. Both are pet safe if you use as the product level instructed.

Target Pests

In this section we are going to talk about which pest it kill. fuse Termiticide and termidor SC kills different pests.

-Termidor is designed to kill Termites, Carpenter Ants, Crazy Ants, Argentine Ants and other ant species including crazy rasberry ants & more. Termidor SC are only recommended to use in the outdoor.

-Fuse also works on Termites, Ants, Earwigs, Millipedes, Box Elder Bugs, Silverfish, Pillbugs and other. Use online Only around Homes or Commercial Buildings.

Warranty

In this section we are going to talk about the warranty. fuse Termiticide has a limited lifetime guarantee if it is used in accordance with directions on this product’s label.

Termidor SC, termite protection for up to two years when applied as directed and lasts an average of 12 months outdoors. Lifetime Warranty only applies under certain conditions. Both product are EPA Register. You can check the EPA Registration number in the product level.

How to Use It

In this section, we are going to talk about the instruction how to use it.

Termidor SC is a water soluble granule formulation that can be applied with a hose end sprayer or by hand using a knapsack pump up sprayer on any type of surface (such as concrete, wood or soil) and at any time of year for protection against subterranean termites. The mixing ratio is 0.80 oz. per gallon of water.

Fuse Termiticide can be used by spraying the insecticide around buildings foundation perimeter during construction projects when building codes allow pesticides to be sprayed in these areas.

It also works well outdoors near foundations where active infestations have been found such as under decks, patios or sheds; outdoor spaces around pools and hot tubs; inside tree. The mixing ratio is 27.5 oz. per 100 gallons of water for 0.067%.

In Conclusion, Termidor SC is applied inside the building and outside around buildings foundation perimeter, whereas Fuse Termiticide is used on any type of surface (such as concrete, wood or soil) at any time of year for protection against subterranean termites.

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