Conclusion for Insecticidal Paints

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Best Insecticidal paint Conclusion: By performing study of literature and then experimentation showed that it is possible to efficiently repel insects from the surfaces where insecticidal paint is applied. The experiments showed that the best or optimum result is obtained when these insecticides are used in blended form. Although the alone insecticide can also have strong effect of repellency but few limitations occur. For example, in case of BD99, it is strong repellent to ants but have minor effect on the crickets. Similarly, discussing the D-50EC, it has bad odour. For prevention from that odour, the amount of this insecticide has to be reduced to a minimum point, which also reduces somehow effect of the insecticide but still had potential to damage the nervous system of the insects.

DM50-EC is also a good way to deal with the insects. By using this insecticide in the paint coatings not only prevent insects from targeting the surfaces but also the final paint have negligible smell of its presence because it has although strong smell but not as intense smell as that of the D-50EC. The use of this is also preferable because this belongs to a safer family of the insecticide that is pyrethroid family. While on the other hand, D-50EC belongs to organophosphate family which is considered to be toxic to humans and mammals or household pets. Thus, in this way, the use of DM-50EC is preferred over the D50-EC. Moreover, the most important thing is when these insecticides are combined together in two different blends, there activity is improved. As in the case of BD99, which has strong repellency to ants but week repellency to crickets. This effect is overcome by the D-50EC which is better repellent to crickets as compared to BD99. But BD99 is a little better repellent to ants as compared to the D-50EC. So combining both of the insecticides worked together to possess both attributes that is repellency to ants and crickets increased.

Similarly, when BD99 and DM-50EC are combined together in two different blends, their activity also enhances. As in the case of BD99, which has strong repellency to ants but week repellency to crickets. This effect is overwhelmed by the DM-50EC which is likewise D-50EC also better repellent to crickets as compared to BD99. The benefit of this blend is that both of the insecticides used in this blend are human and environment friendly. And working together, they possess synergist effect. Therefore, combining both of the insecticides worked together to possess both attributes that is repellency to ants and crickets increased.

The use of individual insecticides in the paint can possess the insect repellent qualities but it is suggested that the insecticides should be used in the form of blends rather than alone to have more favourable and long lasting effect. In case of blends, although the use of blend 1 (BD99 & D50-EC) and blend 2 (BD99 and DM-50EC) showed ideal result of repellency but human safety is our top priority. Therefore, it is suggested and wiser to use the insecticides belonging to a safer family or less toxic family to humans. Best Insecticidal paint Conclusion leads us to the following: As pyrethroid family is lesser toxic, hence the blend 2 (BD99 and DM-50EC) is more appropriate to use rather than the blend 1 (BD99 & D50-EC).

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