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Taurus SC Review

28–32 minutes to read|

Updated for 2019

Last update on 2019-12-05 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

Overall Rating:

Pros

  • Concentrated formula
  • Effective against a wide variety of insects
  • Slow working to target the entire colony

Cons

  • Only to be used for barrier control
  • Very toxic
Ease of Use
Materials
Effectiveness
Safety

Price

$$

Specifications

  • Kills various insects: ants, beetles, spiders, roaches, and crickets
  • For use as barrier protection around buildings
  • Slow-acting insecticide

Features

  • Available in a 20oz. Bottle
  • Concentrated formula – dilute with water

The Bottom Line

Taurus SC insecticide is very effective against many types of bugs. The entire variety includes spiders, ants, termites, roaches, box-elder bugs, house crickets, millipedes, centipedes, cluster flies, and pill bugs. Because it is so versatile, you could consider it a solution to a wide range of insect infestations and problems. The concentrated formula allows a little to go a long way with this product. Safety and care in following the instructions should be taken very seriously, as this is a highly toxic chemical.

Last update on 2019-12-05 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API

Taurus SC Review

While Taurus SC can be used to eradicate numerous types of insects, it is most commonly used to kill termite infestations. A multitude of reviewers mentioned great success when using Taurus SC to eliminate termites from houses, sheds, and other structures. Along with effectively killing active insect infestations, Taurus SC is also great for barrier protection around many types of structures. It can be used to keep termites, beetles, and spiders at bay and out of your living spaces. Special care should be taken to read all the information provided by the manufacturer. Because Taurus SC is highly potent and kills numerous types of insects, you shouldn’t use it around honeybees or commercial hives.
 

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