Frequently
asked questions.

  • Is Kala HIT effective against all flying insects?
    You can use Kala HIT against flying insects including mosquitoes and flies. Make sure to never spray Kala HIT on the bedsheets you will be using or clothes you will wear.
  • What should I do if I accidentally get sprayed?
    If you accidentally get sprayed by Kala HIT, immediately remove contaminated clothing and shoes. Make sure you thoroughly wash skin that has come in contact with the product with soap and water. If product gets into eyes, flush thoroughly with water for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical help immediately if you notice symptoms of poisoning such as nervousness, anxiety, ataxia, convulsions or manifestations of allergies.
  • Is Kala HIT safe for use around pets?
    Kala HIT can be toxic to pets. Make sure there are no pets in the room when you are using Kala HIT. Aquariums should be securely covered and any birds, or other animals removed from the room.
  • How do I dispose of a Kala HIT spray can?
    Kala HIT cans need to be disposed of in a safe and environmentally-friendly manner to prevent their misuse and avoid polluting the environment. Ideally, containers should be broken after use and buried in an area away from habitation.

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