Reddit Reddit reviews Syngenta 73654 Demand CS Insecticide, 8oz

We found 8 Reddit comments about Syngenta 73654 Demand CS Insecticide, 8oz. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Syngenta 73654 Demand CS Insecticide, 8oz
Demand cs controls more than 30 Common insects including spiders, ants, flies, wasps, fleas, ticks and bed bugs.Demand cs is a water-based insecticide concentrate that offers excellent indoor and outdoor pest control.Each 8 oz bottle makes 8 - 40 gallons (mixed at 0. 2 to 0. 8 oz/6 to 24 ml per gallon of water).
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8 Reddit comments about Syngenta 73654 Demand CS Insecticide, 8oz:

u/titaniumbutter · 9 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Get a bottle of Demand CS off Amazon

Get a spray cannister from home Depot or Amazon

Read through directions, watch a couple YouTube videos on how to spray your own house. Once dried it is 100% safe and even then the compound doesn't bioload.

Enjoy your bare feetsies.

u/austinsoundguy · 5 pointsr/Austin

Syngenta 73654 Demand CS Insecticide, 8oz
Literally just typed demand cs into the search bar on amazon

u/Tsunamiii · 3 pointsr/boston

DemandCS. You can get it on Amazon. You just need a sprayer that you can get at home-depot and some water to mix with it. Mix, spray and let the water evaporate. Job Done.

u/LagunaGTO · 3 pointsr/AutoDetailing


Here is my work from Memorial Day weekend.

This detail was a lot of fun. I always enjoy interiors because they are such a huge turn around for not as much work as something like a full-blown paint correction.

This detail was fun for being different and for letting me learn more and obtain more experience. I learned a good amount from some help on here with bugs as well as talking to exterminators where the products were bought. It felt really good to help someone turn their car around too who has kids and obviously doesn't want bugs crawling all around them.


Work Done

The client wanted a custom interior cleaning. I essentially did The Exceptional Interior with some extermination steps. Services described here.

The first step was complete seat removal. The bugs were coming out almost exclusively from the backseat, but I wanted to be able to get under the edges of all of the carpet and clean the car out extremely well to ensure there is no food or anything. Once I saw the bugs, most of them were dead. The ones who were alive were VERY lethargic. I'm sure larvae already moves slow, but the 90*F weather was almost certainly contributing to their deaths. We were pretty sure the bugs were carpet beetle (mostly larvae).

The interior was vacuumed and then was completely cleaned with Detailer Pro's Total Interior Cleaner. This product is my go-to for interiors. It works flawlessly and it has a great smell that does linger and just smells naturally clean. I use these types of interior clothes for working with that product.

To assist in cleaning some of the interior trim, vents, and kill off any eggs, a steam cleaner was used.

Nothing beats cleaning the interior of a vehicle with this brush. It is absolutely my favorite brush.

All interior hard surfaces were treated with Lexol Premium Protectant.

The entire interior carpet was cleaned utilizing a heated carpet cleaner.

The entire carpet, under the edges of the carpet, under the rear seat, and the trunk compartment were sprayed with two insecticides. The first one was Demand CS. Demand's micro-encapsulated technology means that when you apply it, it leaves thousands of micro particles that bind to the surface offering long-term protection and fast insect knock-down. It will linger around for about 90 days and is odorless as well as pet/child safe. The second insecticide was Gentrol. This product sticks around to kill any eggs that may hatch since eggs are typically impermiable and the first insecticide may not get them.

The entire interior carpet and the seats were treated with CarPro Cquartz Fabric Coating.



Overall the client was very satisfied and was very happy to be able to drive their car around now without bugs crawling around them.


Reflection and Lessons Learned

Not a lot for this one outside of the lessons learned about extermination and insecticides. The nice part is, now I have that insecticide so I can spray my own house and there is no need to pay an exterminator. I feel like I know enough now that I can take care of my own properties the rest of my life as long as there is not an extreme infestation.

The cost of the insecticide was higher and I am upset that I did not originally quote $50 more than I charged, but it's quite alright as I have a good portfolio vehicle now and it broadened my knowledge.


Total Time: 5 hours

Total Cost: $400

u/rivalryrevelry · 1 pointr/Austin

First of all, the bug spray WILL work, but once an infestation is in place then you have a bit of a battle on your hands. It won't go away over night. I would call the pest company and tell them about the situation. It is in their best interest to keep you as a customer and provide stellar support because...

Second: Spraying for bugs yourself is really easy and extremely cheap. For the price of one guy coming to your house and spraying once you could cover your house for many, many years.

Buy this and one of these. Read the warning labels (don't spray if rain is expected within 24-48 hours, clear the house until the spray is dry, which is about 30 minutes), watch some YouTube instructions, and away you go! Demand is very safe for humans and pets alike, doesn't bioaccumulate, and is probably what the pest guys used.

u/510XS · 1 pointr/Albuquerque

From a fellow roach-hater to another buy Demand CS:

I used to be you. 6 years later I've forgotten what roaches look like. If you buy it come back in a month and update this post with results. After you spray it you'll be sweeping up dead roaches for days...until one day...just gone. No moar roaches. Hell, no insects at all. I spray once a year, twice if I'm feeling particulairly vengeful. That 8oz bottle lasts forever. I mix ~8mL/gal of water and spray the fuck out of it.

u/kitikitish · 1 pointr/wichita
u/TerribleVanity · 1 pointr/sanantonio

If that link doesn't work, the product is Syngenta 73654 Demand CS Insecticide. You will need nothing else, I promise. It is the best product I have ever used. I used 1 ounce in a gallon of water, and I have not seen a bug in 60 days.