Shaping the future of animal health
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Directions for use
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  • Doors and windows Before using Indorex, ensure that all of your doors and windows are closed. You should remove
    your pets from the area to be treated and ensure all pet’s bedding is washed on a hot cycle.

  • Pets It is important that all animals are removed prior to treatment, including pet birds, reptiles, insects and spiders. Where possible,
    remove aquariums, vivariums and all water storage tanks (see FAQs for more information).

  • Naked flame Do not spray Indorex near a naked flame or pilot light.

    Prior to using Indorex on or around any upholstered furniture, you should test on an inconspicuous area of fabric


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  • How to use - Start by shaking your can of Indorex well, remove the lid and hold the container upside down, pointing directly at the surface to be treated, at a distance of about 50cm.

  • Where to use - Spray directly on carpets, flooring and skirting boards and underneath any rugs or blankets, paying particular attention to any cracks and crevices

    Avoid wetting furniture and carpeting, do not over-apply to polished wood surfaces.
    A five second burst will treat approximately one square metre.



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  • Ventilation - Once you have sprayed, leave the room and wait for half an hour before ventilating the area by opening windows and doors for at least an hour.

  • Cleaning It is vital that you vacuum all floors and upholstered furniture for 7 consecutive days after using Indorex. The vibrations from the vacuum will make sure that any unhatched pupae will hatch out and be killed by the Indorex you have used. Always empty the contents of the vacuum outside.