Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate - 8 Oz. Bottle

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Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate is an EPA registered insecticide which can be applied to wooden structural surfaces. Bee Gone controls a wide range of insects, including beetles, spiders and all forms of bees. 8 Oz. bottle can be mixed with one 5 gallon pail of stain or with water for 5 gallons of spray-able solution. FREE SHIPPING WITHIN CONTINENTAL USA.
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Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate is an EPA registered Pyrethroid insecticide which can be applied in Wood Guard exterior stain or water to wooden structural surfaces on residential buildings. Bee Gone controls a wide range of insects, including beetles, spiders and all forms of bees. Bee Gone may also be used to control home-invading insects as a residual spray on outside surfaces, such as walks, garbage areas, window frames, doorways, porches, and patios. Bee Gone should not be used on plants being grown for commercial sale, or plants grown for seed production or sod farms and golf course turf, or in greenhouses or nurseries.

Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate Features and Benefits
• EPA Registered Insecticide.
• Effective against Carpenter Bees, Ants, Spiders, Beetles, Box Elder Bugs, Centipedes, Scorpions, Ticks, and Wasps.
• Non-staining to most home sidings.
• Easy clean up with water.
• No harsh odors or solvents.

Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate Mixing Instructions
• Mixing Instructions: Mix 1.6 fluid oz. (3 1/4 Tablespoons) of Bee Gone Concentrate per 1 gallon of spray solution to make a 0.5% spray emulsion [1 fluid oz. = 2 Tablespoons (T) = 6 teaspoons (tsp)].
• Do not use utensils such as spoons and measuring cups after use with pesticides.

How to Apply Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate
Spot Treatment: Apply a 0.5% emulsion as a pin stream low-pressure spray or as a paint-on application with a paintbrush. Treat where pests are found or entry points of the structure such as window frames, doorways, porches, patios, and foundation. Spot-treatment may also be made to garages, garbage cans, and garbage areas.
Perimeter Application: Spray a 6 to 8 foot wide band of soil around the perimeter of the house. Treat the foundation wall to a height of 2 to 3 feet. Use a spray volume of 2 to 10 gallons of 0.5% emulsion per 1000 square feet. If mulch or debris is present, a higher volume application rate may be needed to ensure adequate coverage. Residual control will vary depending on exposure of the treated area to weathering conditions (temperature, sunlight, moisture).
Localized Areas Outdoors: To control insects such as termites, bees, carpenter ants and wood infesting beetles in localized above-ground areas of infested wood around structures, apply to voids and galleries in the damaged wood. Bee Gone is not designed for preventative use and should only be applied when pests appear. Repeat treatment as necessary but not more frequently than once a month. For active termite infestation, consult a professional Pest Control Applicator.

Guides / Product Info

Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate Application Instructions
• Bee Gone mixes readily with water and is specifically packaged for residential use as a diluted spray.
• Bee Gone is non-staining to most home siding depending on age and cleanliness. However, before using in areas where the spray may contact home siding (vinyl siding, in particular), test in an inconspicuous area and recheck in a few hours. Do not use if any staining is observed.

1. Remove the measuring chamber cap and induction seal. Replace cap and securely tighten. Tip container until liquid fills measuring chamber.
2. Return container to level position. No adjustment is needed.
3. Remove measuring chamber cap and dispense into proper application equipment.

Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate Do’s and Don’t’s
• DO test Bee Gone in an inconspicuous area and recheck in a few hours. Do not use if any staining is observed.
• DO NOT apply Bee Gone indoors (including crawl spaces).
• DO NOT use Bee Gone on the following: vegetables or food crops, pets, soil that is water saturated or frozen or in any conditions where run-off or movement from the treatment area (site) is likely to occur.
• DO NOT apply Bee Gone when wind velocity favors drift.

Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate Storage and Disposal
• Keep out of the reach of children or animals.
• Store in original containers only.
• Store in a cool, dry place, preferably in a locked storage area and avoid excessive heat.
• Carefully open containers.
• After partial use, replace lid and close tightly. Do not put concentrate or dilute material into food or drink containers.
Storage: If the bottle is empty - Do not reuse this container. Do not rinse unless required for recycling. Place in trash. If the bottle is partly filled: Call your local solid waste agency or 1-800-CLEANUP for disposal instructions.
• Unless otherwise instructed, place in trash. Never pour unused product down the drain or on the ground.

Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate Precautuionary Statements
• HAZARDOUS TO HUMANS (AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS).
• Harmful if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through the skin.
• Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing.
• Avoid breathing vapor or spray mist.
• Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling.
• Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reuse.
• Keep children and pets off treated grass until dry.

Customer Reviews
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RK
11/12/2022
Ruth K.
United States
I recommend this product

No bees

Love this stuff we have no damage done by the big pests bees, we used this for over 6 years now. Keeps our fences and pole barns protected. Great for our porches too.

P
11/03/2022
Phil
United States United States
I recommend this product

Amazing

I have been battling wood bees for 25 years on my cedar home. I tried bee gone Ss soon as I found out about it. It’s been two years since I applied it and I haven’t had any bee issues at all since then!!!

A
09/02/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Bee gone

Keeps the bugs out.

A
07/28/2022
Anonymous
United States United States

It really helps

Great stuff

A
07/07/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Bee Gone

It was great. Product works well on bees…. They are awful and this really helps!!!!

JB
07/02/2022
Julie B.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Great Product!

This product is great. It is easy to measure the correct amount.

ML
06/26/2022
Michael L.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Works great

The product works like it says. You want have any issues with any longer.

A
05/28/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Bee Gone

This product works great! Once we spray the bees disappear.

A
05/25/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Works

Large infestation of wood bees this year. Had to do a few times but they are now knocked out. Still come but don't stay.

A
05/23/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

bees B Gone

We have used the Bee gone product since 2005. Does a great job of repelling the carpenter bee for an extended period of time on our log home.

A
05/23/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Bee Gone review

So far it’s worked as advertised. I mixed with water in a 1 gal spray bottle

A
05/14/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

It Works!!!

We live in a log home and of course carpenter bees come around but every March we spray Bee Gone all over our house and porches and the carpenter bees and wasps stay away!! If they can’t bore into the wood, they won’t return the following year. If we see the bees making a hole somewhere, we just spray Bee Gone in the hole and it kills them on contact!!

Product Questions

  • Should I use Bee Gone on the first coat or second coat of stain?

    Bee Gone is a topical pesticide, so it must be applied during the final coat to make contact with insects in order to be effective. However, if the product is applied during the first coat of stain, this will add extra depth of protection.

  • How far will Bee Gone go per bottle if I mix it in with water?

    When mixed with water, the manufacturer recommends using 1.6 fluid ounces per 1 gallon of spray to make a 0.5% spray emulsion. If used as directed, this will mix 5 gallons of solution per bottle. For perimeter application, it is recommended to use a spray volume of 2 to 10 gallons of the 0.5% emulsion per 1000 square feet. If mulch or debris is present, a higher volume application rate may be needed to ensure adequate coverage.

  • Can Bee Gone be mixed with Sikkens Proluxe Cetol Log and Siding stain?

    Sikkens as a rule does not want any additives put into their finishes. That said, Bee Gone is a very frequent addition to Proluxe Log and Siding.

  • Can Bee Gone be mixed with oil base stain?

    Bee Gone is compatible with most oil based stains. It was formulated by the makers of Woodguard to mix well with the heavy oils in that product. To ensure there are no compatibility issues, I would always recommend checking with the stain manufacturer before adding this product.

  • Can Bee Gone be mixed with Transformation stain/sealant?

    Sashco has not tested the Bee Gone in combination with Transformation Log and Timber, so they are not able to give recommendation either way. They have tested Bug Juice with Transformation and do support their use together. That said, it is very common to see Bee Gone paired with Transformation and we have never heard a complaint that the two didn't work well together.

  • What is the active ingredient in Bee Gone?

    Permethrin is listed as the active ingredient in Bee Gone at a 36.8% concentration.

  • Can Bee Gone be mixed with Perma Chink stains?

    Unfortunately, Perma-Chink reports that Bee Gone is not compatible with their line of stains.

  • How long does bee gone treatment last?

    Bee Gone can be mixed into the last coat of certain exterior stains, and the longevity is around two years depending on how the stain wears.

    Bee Gone can also be mixed with water for spot treatments and the longevity is approximately two to three weeks before reapplication would be needed.

  • Will Bee Gone also control wasps?

    Bee Gone will help control the wasps as well as a large amount of other insects.

    You can see the full list of insects by going to our webpage at http://www.twincreeksloghomes.com/bee-gone-insecticide-concentrate.html and click on the Product Guide pdf that is located right below the picture of the product.

  • Does this product have to be mixed in with a stain or paint?

    Bee Gone can be mixed with water in addition to being mixed with a stain. Bee Gone will definitely last longer when it's mixed with stain, but it can be very convenient to be able to make a Bee Gone mix for topical treatment whenever you might need it.

  • How many gallons will one bottle treat?

    One 8 oz. bottle of Bee Gone is designed to treat one 5 gallon pail of stain. You can use the measure spout to use it one gallon at a time if you prefer.

DETAILS

Free Shipping
We are offering free shipping for this product when shipping to the Lower 48 United States. Offer does not apply to Alaska, Hawaii, and the US Territories. Free Shipping applies to this item only and not the entire order.

Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate is an EPA registered Pyrethroid insecticide which can be applied in Wood Guard exterior stain or water to wooden structural surfaces on residential buildings. Bee Gone controls a wide range of insects, including beetles, spiders and all forms of bees. Bee Gone may also be used to control home-invading insects as a residual spray on outside surfaces, such as walks, garbage areas, window frames, doorways, porches, and patios. Bee Gone should not be used on plants being grown for commercial sale, or plants grown for seed production or sod farms and golf course turf, or in greenhouses or nurseries.

Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate Features and Benefits
• EPA Registered Insecticide.
• Effective against Carpenter Bees, Ants, Spiders, Beetles, Box Elder Bugs, Centipedes, Scorpions, Ticks, and Wasps.
• Non-staining to most home sidings.
• Easy clean up with water.
• No harsh odors or solvents.

Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate Mixing Instructions
• Mixing Instructions: Mix 1.6 fluid oz. (3 1/4 Tablespoons) of Bee Gone Concentrate per 1 gallon of spray solution to make a 0.5% spray emulsion [1 fluid oz. = 2 Tablespoons (T) = 6 teaspoons (tsp)].
• Do not use utensils such as spoons and measuring cups after use with pesticides.

How to Apply Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate
Spot Treatment: Apply a 0.5% emulsion as a pin stream low-pressure spray or as a paint-on application with a paintbrush. Treat where pests are found or entry points of the structure such as window frames, doorways, porches, patios, and foundation. Spot-treatment may also be made to garages, garbage cans, and garbage areas.
Perimeter Application: Spray a 6 to 8 foot wide band of soil around the perimeter of the house. Treat the foundation wall to a height of 2 to 3 feet. Use a spray volume of 2 to 10 gallons of 0.5% emulsion per 1000 square feet. If mulch or debris is present, a higher volume application rate may be needed to ensure adequate coverage. Residual control will vary depending on exposure of the treated area to weathering conditions (temperature, sunlight, moisture).
Localized Areas Outdoors: To control insects such as termites, bees, carpenter ants and wood infesting beetles in localized above-ground areas of infested wood around structures, apply to voids and galleries in the damaged wood. Bee Gone is not designed for preventative use and should only be applied when pests appear. Repeat treatment as necessary but not more frequently than once a month. For active termite infestation, consult a professional Pest Control Applicator.

MORE INFORMATION
Guides / Product Info

Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate Application Instructions
• Bee Gone mixes readily with water and is specifically packaged for residential use as a diluted spray.
• Bee Gone is non-staining to most home siding depending on age and cleanliness. However, before using in areas where the spray may contact home siding (vinyl siding, in particular), test in an inconspicuous area and recheck in a few hours. Do not use if any staining is observed.

1. Remove the measuring chamber cap and induction seal. Replace cap and securely tighten. Tip container until liquid fills measuring chamber.
2. Return container to level position. No adjustment is needed.
3. Remove measuring chamber cap and dispense into proper application equipment.

Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate Do’s and Don’t’s
• DO test Bee Gone in an inconspicuous area and recheck in a few hours. Do not use if any staining is observed.
• DO NOT apply Bee Gone indoors (including crawl spaces).
• DO NOT use Bee Gone on the following: vegetables or food crops, pets, soil that is water saturated or frozen or in any conditions where run-off or movement from the treatment area (site) is likely to occur.
• DO NOT apply Bee Gone when wind velocity favors drift.

Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate Storage and Disposal
• Keep out of the reach of children or animals.
• Store in original containers only.
• Store in a cool, dry place, preferably in a locked storage area and avoid excessive heat.
• Carefully open containers.
• After partial use, replace lid and close tightly. Do not put concentrate or dilute material into food or drink containers.
Storage: If the bottle is empty - Do not reuse this container. Do not rinse unless required for recycling. Place in trash. If the bottle is partly filled: Call your local solid waste agency or 1-800-CLEANUP for disposal instructions.
• Unless otherwise instructed, place in trash. Never pour unused product down the drain or on the ground.

Bee Gone Insecticide Concentrate Precautuionary Statements
• HAZARDOUS TO HUMANS (AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS).
• Harmful if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through the skin.
• Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing.
• Avoid breathing vapor or spray mist.
• Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling.
• Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reuse.
• Keep children and pets off treated grass until dry.

REVIEWS
Customer Reviews
4.8 Based on 60 Reviews
5 ★
90% 
54
4 ★
8% 
5
3 ★
0% 
0
2 ★
0% 
0
1 ★
2% 
1
97reviewers would recommend this product Write a Review Ask a Question

Thank you for submitting a review!

Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!

Filter Reviews:
RK
11/12/2022
Ruth K.
United States
I recommend this product

No bees

Love this stuff we have no damage done by the big pests bees, we used this for over 6 years now. Keeps our fences and pole barns protected. Great for our porches too.

P
11/03/2022
Phil
United States United States
I recommend this product

Amazing

I have been battling wood bees for 25 years on my cedar home. I tried bee gone Ss soon as I found out about it. It’s been two years since I applied it and I haven’t had any bee issues at all since then!!!

A
09/02/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Bee gone

Keeps the bugs out.

A
07/28/2022
Anonymous
United States United States

It really helps

Great stuff

A
07/07/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Bee Gone

It was great. Product works well on bees…. They are awful and this really helps!!!!

JB
07/02/2022
Julie B.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Great Product!

This product is great. It is easy to measure the correct amount.

ML
06/26/2022
Michael L.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Works great

The product works like it says. You want have any issues with any longer.

A
05/28/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Bee Gone

This product works great! Once we spray the bees disappear.

A
05/25/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Works

Large infestation of wood bees this year. Had to do a few times but they are now knocked out. Still come but don't stay.

A
05/23/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

bees B Gone

We have used the Bee gone product since 2005. Does a great job of repelling the carpenter bee for an extended period of time on our log home.

A
05/23/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

Bee Gone review

So far it’s worked as advertised. I mixed with water in a 1 gal spray bottle

A
05/14/2022
Anonymous
United States United States
I recommend this product

It Works!!!

We live in a log home and of course carpenter bees come around but every March we spray Bee Gone all over our house and porches and the carpenter bees and wasps stay away!! If they can’t bore into the wood, they won’t return the following year. If we see the bees making a hole somewhere, we just spray Bee Gone in the hole and it kills them on contact!!

PRODUCT QUESTIONS

Product Questions

  • Should I use Bee Gone on the first coat or second coat of stain?

    Bee Gone is a topical pesticide, so it must be applied during the final coat to make contact with insects in order to be effective. However, if the product is applied during the first coat of stain, this will add extra depth of protection.

  • How far will Bee Gone go per bottle if I mix it in with water?

    When mixed with water, the manufacturer recommends using 1.6 fluid ounces per 1 gallon of spray to make a 0.5% spray emulsion. If used as directed, this will mix 5 gallons of solution per bottle. For perimeter application, it is recommended to use a spray volume of 2 to 10 gallons of the 0.5% emulsion per 1000 square feet. If mulch or debris is present, a higher volume application rate may be needed to ensure adequate coverage.

  • Can Bee Gone be mixed with Sikkens Proluxe Cetol Log and Siding stain?

    Sikkens as a rule does not want any additives put into their finishes. That said, Bee Gone is a very frequent addition to Proluxe Log and Siding.

  • Can Bee Gone be mixed with oil base stain?

    Bee Gone is compatible with most oil based stains. It was formulated by the makers of Woodguard to mix well with the heavy oils in that product. To ensure there are no compatibility issues, I would always recommend checking with the stain manufacturer before adding this product.

  • Can Bee Gone be mixed with Transformation stain/sealant?

    Sashco has not tested the Bee Gone in combination with Transformation Log and Timber, so they are not able to give recommendation either way. They have tested Bug Juice with Transformation and do support their use together. That said, it is very common to see Bee Gone paired with Transformation and we have never heard a complaint that the two didn't work well together.

  • What is the active ingredient in Bee Gone?

    Permethrin is listed as the active ingredient in Bee Gone at a 36.8% concentration.

  • Can Bee Gone be mixed with Perma Chink stains?

    Unfortunately, Perma-Chink reports that Bee Gone is not compatible with their line of stains.

  • How long does bee gone treatment last?

    Bee Gone can be mixed into the last coat of certain exterior stains, and the longevity is around two years depending on how the stain wears.

    Bee Gone can also be mixed with water for spot treatments and the longevity is approximately two to three weeks before reapplication would be needed.

  • Will Bee Gone also control wasps?

    Bee Gone will help control the wasps as well as a large amount of other insects.

    You can see the full list of insects by going to our webpage at http://www.twincreeksloghomes.com/bee-gone-insecticide-concentrate.html and click on the Product Guide pdf that is located right below the picture of the product.

  • Does this product have to be mixed in with a stain or paint?

    Bee Gone can be mixed with water in addition to being mixed with a stain. Bee Gone will definitely last longer when it's mixed with stain, but it can be very convenient to be able to make a Bee Gone mix for topical treatment whenever you might need it.

  • How many gallons will one bottle treat?

    One 8 oz. bottle of Bee Gone is designed to treat one 5 gallon pail of stain. You can use the measure spout to use it one gallon at a time if you prefer.