i'm not sure what to say here , i don't want to offend you
i'm not a fan of using chemicals to control stuff , hospitals have hospital born deceases so i'm not sure
i'd look at the chems used in hospitals as a good thing for my home , family & kids
i was diagnosed with crohns decease in 02 , one of the things my reading turned up was the thought
we are too clean , using way to many chems , for all sorts of stuff around the home
using bleach to clean a floor & a baby who at the start of getting moving lives on the floor , better to
use vinegar with a drop or 2 of essential oil as a floor cleaner , will do all the same stuff but not toxic
i would always ask what exactly are you spraying & research the chemicals involved & see if you can't find a more
natural way of control , than using chemicals that in some cases have quite a long half life , in this case 12mths killing bugs
but poss contaminate yourself for that time as well , after 12mths the chem will lose it's grip on whatever
it sprayed on & become possibly airborne , although the chems intensity might have degraded , has it degraded completely ?
sorry man i don't mean to offend just not a fan of using chems
Edited by itchybromusic, 27 August 2017 - 11:38 AM.