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How to make insecticides at home

Discussion in 'Cooking Tips/Food Tutorials' started by Abah Moses, Sep 23, 2018.

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  1. Abah Moses

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    *INSECTICIDES

    Chemicals Needed For Making Insecticide

    1. D.D Force

    2. Sniper

    3. Industrial Camphor

    4. Formalin

    5. Kerosene

    6. IPA

    7. Color

    8. Perfume

    *Chemical Measurement To Make Good Insecticide*

    5 Liters – 8 Liters; Depending on how strong you want it to be)

    1. D.D Force/Mulvap

    2. Sniper 1000g

    3. Industrial Camphor 2kg

    4. Formalin 1/2kg (But use 1/16. If Formalin is much; it will hot one’s eye. That is why you see some insecticide affecting someone’s eye after use)
    5. Kerosene 5 Liters

    6. IPA 1/2 Liter

    7. Color As Desired (Not a Must anyway)

    8. Perfume As Desired (Not a must
    though)


    *Steps On How To Make Insecticide *

    Step 1: Pour the Kerosene into a bowl BIG enough to allow you to stir

    Step 2: Pour all the Industrial Camphor into the Kerosene for at least 30 minute or more before production. This is to enable it devolve properly in the Kerosene.

    Step 3: Carefully pour the Mulvap/D.D force into the kerosene

    Step 4: Carefully pour the Sniper into the kerosene too

    Step 5: Add all the IPA

    Step 6: Add Perfume to satisfaction

    Step 7: Add Color to satisfaction

    However, make sure you already dissolved the color in water before adding it to the
    solution.
     

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