How To Make Non Toxic Insect Killer Spray

Making original non toxic insect killer spray without the use of formalin can be a bit complex sometimes if not done right.

This insect killer spray kills mosquitoes, bed bugs and flea. So, if this is something you like to learn; then you are in the right place, because that is exactly what I will be teaching you today.

This production does not mean organic production, but non-toxic. Which means, it contains chemicals, but non-toxic chemicals like formaline.

If you have been following my blog; you will know I do my best to bring you working recipes – something you won’t find anywhere. If you do, it’s either the person copied from EarnBase or attended our training – no more, no less.

Killing mosquitoes is easy when compared to killing bugs and flea. Bed bugs have made us eloped a whole hostel in UNILAG. That year, I was in Biobaku Hostel, and bed bugs was on a rampage. We used everything we could lay our hands on; from sniper, to powder killer and lots more; unfortunately, the bed bugs kept coming back after a season of leave.

If you are the type that loves sitting outside in a developing site; you will understand how hurt it felt when bitten by Tin-hun-tin-hun (flea).

Today, I will be teaching you how to make original insect killer that kills Mosquitoes, Flea and bed bugs without adding Formalin.

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Chemical Ingredients To Produce Active Insect killer

  1. DD Force / Sniper /
  2. Industrial Camphor
  3. Kerosine
  4. Eucalyptus

Why not let discuses about the Ingredients used in Active Insect killer

DD Force / Sniper:

DD Force / Sniper is an insecticide and miticide containing the active ingredient Bifenthrin. It can be applied on plant foliage and soil to treat for plant destroying pests. Sniper is a highly effective insecticide/miticide that controls over 30 foliar and soil borne pests. sniper gives growers the flexibility and residual activity needed to combat insects in conventional or biotech systems.

Industrial Camphor:

Camphor (Cinnamomum camphora) is a terpene (organic compound) that’s commonly used in creams, ointments, and lotions. It is also used to relieve chest congestion and inflammatory conditions.

It has a strong odor and taste and is easily absorbed through the skin. Camphor is currently made out of turpentine, but it’s still safe to use as long as you use it correctly. It has the potential for side effects, especially if you use it in high doses. Never take camphor internally or apply it to broken skin, as it can be toxic.


This is also known as paraffin, lamp oil, and coal oil (an obsolete term), is a combustible hydrocarbon liquid which is derived from petroleum. It is widely used as a fuel in aviation as well as households.


Eucalyptus (family Myrtaceae), is an Australian native, represented by around 700 species is a genus of tall, evergreen and magnificent trees cultivated world over for its oil, gum, pulp, timber, medicine and aesthetic value. Among the various wood and non-wood products, essential oil found in its foliage is the most important one and finds extensive use in food, perfumery and pharmaceutical industry.

In addition, the oil possesses a wide spectrum of biological activity including anti-microbial, fungicidal, insecticidal/insect repellent, herbicidal, acaricidal and nematicidal. The present paper discusses this environmentally benign pest control using eucalyptus oils against bacteria, fungi, insects, nematodes, weeds and mites.

Step By Step Guide On How To Produce Active Insect Killer

Step 1: Pour the kerosene in a big container; big enough to contain 5 litters of kerosene.

Step 2: Pour the industrial camphor and miss till it dissolves completely.

Step 3: Pour the DD force / Sniper into the container

Step 4: Add the Eucalyptus and miss properly

Step 5: Package for sale

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