Available in 11-oz spray can
Indoors: Houseflies, gnats, cockroaches, waterbugs, silverfish,
scorpions, spiders and others.
Outdoors: Japanese beetles, whiteflies, aphids, thrips, red spider mites, ants and others listed on label.
Dogs: Fleas and ticks.
Application: Shake well before using. Hold container upright and
spray from a distance of 12 to 15 inches. Spray
Available in 1-gal
Lucas Magnum CJ-4 Oils are blended with premium "Lucas" additives that help maintain the life of the emission control systems as required for regulatory compliance. Expect less oil consumption and reduced engine wear. It resists oxidation and thermal breakdown for total protection in new and older engines. Suitable for gasoline as well as diesel.
CJ-4 is available in Petroleum and Synthetic
Maintains life of emission control systems
Less oil consumption
Reduces engine wear
Primary application is in heavy duty diesel engines, but can also be used in automotive diesel and gasoline engines
Compatible with both synthetic and conventional oils
Resists oxidation and thermal breakdown
Proven in Lucas truck fleet to extend oil drain intervals to 30,000 miles
High Total Base Number provides excellent detergency and keeps the engine clean
SAE 15W-40 Magnum (High TBN) is designed for use in pre 2007 trucks without diesel particulate filters. Very effective in engines using high sulfur fuels
Both Synthetic and conventional SAE 15W-40 engine oils are API certified and meet or exceed industry standards
Available in 16-oz jugs
Contains the fermentation-based active ingredient â€œSpinosadâ€ which is derived from a soil organism. Contains a bait that attracts foraging fire ants and is readily taken back into the nest as food for the colony. The active ingredient in the bait is distributed throughout the colony, killing the ants including the queen. Fire ants that consume the bait will appear sick and lethargic within 12-24 hours. Dead ants will frequently be seen near mounds 24-36 hours after application.
Mound Rate: Mounds less than 15 inches in diameter â€“ 4 tablespoons per mound evenly distributed over the mound and extended out about two feet surrounding the mound.
Broadcast Application Rate: 1/3 to 2/3 cups per 1,000 sq. ft.