Onslaught Microencapsulated Insecticide

Onslaught Microencapsulated Insecticide


Onslaught Microencapsulated Insecticide

Onslaught Microencapsulated Insecticide is controlled release technology that provides long-lasting residual control of a broad spectrum of insects. Nothing is proven to work better on tough pests like bed bugs, spiders, and fleas.
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16-oz Pint ($3.00/oz)
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Key Features:
  • Effective against hard-to-kill insects like bed bugs, mosquitos, and gnats
  • Kills bed bugs on contact without leaving any residues
  • No odor
  • Labeled for food and non-food areas

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Onslaught uses a unique micro-encapsulated chemistry to provide a very long-lasting residual strength. This slow-release technology allows Onslaught to kill bed bugs, fleas, spiders, and a wide range of other insects for up to 5 months.

Onslaught boasts possibly the longest list of insects controlled of any chemical we carry - it can be used to control over 175 different species of crawling, flying, and plant pests. Using Onslaught is easy: just mix 1 fluid ounce of the product with a gallon of water in a hand pressurized or power-operated sprayer. Shake the tank to agitate it and you’re ready to rock.

To control bed bugs, we recommend using Onslaught as a spot treatment on places where bed bugs are likely to hide and travel. This includes headboards, floorboards, and where the walls meet the baseboard. Focus your spray on cracks and crevices to ensure that they get filled with the mixture.

Product Information

Onslaught is a microencapsulated residual insecticide. What that means is that the chemicals are encapsulated, and slowly release over time. That slow release allows for an incredibly effective residual protection. Onslaught's flexible label allows for use against a broad range of tough pests, like bed bugs, roaches, scorpions, spiters, and more.

For use against bed bugs, start by thoroughly cleaning and sanitizing the mattress and box spring, and treating them first with a contact killer. Then, apply Onslaught as a spot treatment to the seams and folds of the mattress, the corners and other tight spaces of the box spring and bed frame, and other cracks and crevices around the room.

Insects Controlled:

  • Alfalfa Caterpillars
  • American Plum Borers
  • Angoumois Grain Moths
  • Annual Bluegrass Weevils
  • Ants
  • Aphids
  • Apple Maggots
  • Armyworms
  • Artichoke Plume Moths
  • Asian Lady Beetles
  • Bagworms
  • Balsam Woolly Adelgids
  • Bed Bugs
  • Bees
  • Beet Armyworms
  • Beetles
  • Billbugs
  • Biting Flies
  • Blow Flies
  • Blueberry Spanworms
  • Box Elder Bugs
  • Cadelles
  • Carpenter Ants
  • Carpenter Bees
  • Carpet Beetles
  • Carrion Beetles
  • Centipedes
  • Cherry Fruit Flies
  • Cherry Fruitworms
  • Chiggers
  • Chinch Bugs
  • Cigarette Beetles
  • Clothes Moths
  • Cluster Flies
  • Cockroaches
  • Codling Moths
  • Confused Flour Beetles
  • Cowpea Curculios
  • Cranberry Fruitworms
  • Cranberry Weevils
  • Crane Flies
  • Crickets
  • Cucumber Beetles
  • Cutworms
  • Dark Mealworms
  • Darkling Beetles (lesser meal worm)
  • Deathwatch Beetles
  • Deer Flies
  • Deer Ticks
  • Diamondback Moths
  • Dog Ticks
  • Dried Fruit Beetles
  • Drug Store Beetles
  • Earwigs
  • Elm Leaf Beetles
  • European Pine Sawflies
  • Face Flies
  • Fall Webworms
  • Filbert Worms
  • Fire Ants
  • Firebrats
  • Flat Grain Beetles
  • Flea Beetles
  • Fleas
  • Flies
  • Fruit Flies
  • Fungus Gnats
  • Furniture Beetles
  • Gnats
  • Grain Mites
  • Grain Moths
  • Granary Weevils
  • Grasshoppers
  • Green Cloverworms
  • Green Fruit Worms
  • Gypsy Moth Caterpillars
  • Hickory Shuckworms
  • Hide Beetles
  • Horn Flies
  • Hornets
  • Horse Flies
  • Houseflies
  • Imported Cabbageworms
  • Indian Meal Moths
  • Japanese Beetles
  • Lace Bugs
  • Leaf Feeding Caterpillars
  • Leaf Miners
  • Leaf Rollers
  • Leaf Tiers
  • Leafhoppers
  • Lesser Appleworms
  • Lesser Grain Borers
  • Lesser Peach Tree Borers
  • Lice
  • Litter Beetles
  • Loopers
  • Lygus Bugs
  • Maize Weevils
  • Meal Moth Larvae
  • Mealy Bugs
  • Mediterranean Flour Moths
  • Merchant Grain Beetles
  • Mexican Bean Beetles
  • Midges
  • Millipedes
  • Mites
  • Mole Crickets
  • Mosquitoes
  • Naval Orangeworms
  • Northern Pine Weevils
  • Old House Borers
  • Oriental Fruit Moths
  • Painted Lady Caterpillars
  • Pea Weevils
  • Peach Tree Borers
  • Peach Twig Borers
  • Pear Psyllid
  • Pear Slugs
  • Pecan Leaf Phylloxera
  • Pecan Nut Casebearers
  • Pecan Spittlebugs
  • Pecan Stem Phylloxera
  • Pecan Weevils
  • Pepper Weevils
  • Periodical Cicadas
  • Pickleworms
  • Pillbugs
  • Pine Chafers
  • Pine Coreid Bugs
  • Plant Bugs
  • Plum Curculios
  • Powder Post Beetles
  • Psocids
  • Red Flour Beetles
  • Red Pine Sawflies
  • Red-striped Fireworms
  • Redheaded Pine Sawflies
  • Rice Weevils
  • Rindworms
  • Round-headed House Borers
  • Rusty Grain Beetles
  • Salt Marsh Caterpillars
  • Sap Beetles
  • Saw-toothed Grain Beetles
  • Scales
  • Scorpions
  • Silverfish
  • Skippers
  • Small Flying Moths
  • Sod Webworms
  • Sowbugs
  • Spider Beetles
  • Spider Mites
  • Spiders
  • Spittlebugs
  • Springtails
  • Square-necked Grain Beetles
  • Stable Flies
  • Stink Bugs
  • Swarming Termites
  • Tarnished Plant Bugs
  • Tent Caterpillars
  • Thrips
  • Ticks
  • Tobacco Hornworms
  • Tobacco Moths
  • Tufted Apple Budmoths
  • Velvet Bean Caterpillars
  • Walnut Husk Flies
  • Wasps
  • Waterbugs
  • Western Bean Cutworms
  • Whiteflies
  • Yellow Jackets
  • Yellow Mealworms

Questions and Answers

Q: How do I mix this ? I do not understand it to well. I think is 1oz to 1 gallon of water. Please Help this for water bugs. Thank you
Asked by: Nellie - 5/16/2014
You'll need a gallon-sized hand-pump sprayer to use this product. Fill the spray tank halfway with water. Add the Onslaught (half an ounce for light infestations, or one ounce for heavy infestations), then fill the tank the rest of the way. Then simply shake the tank up to mix it, and you're ready to start spraying.