An effective vaporizer is an important part of a comprehensive home pest control program. In this article, we’ll look at the many different types of vaporizers available and the factors to consider before making a purchase.
Temperature control is the first issue. Most vaporizers are set at between 225 degrees and 550 degrees F. A temperature too high will cause the item to overheat and the ability to provide long-lasting vapor is seriously diminished.
Another thing to consider is the number of hours the heat setting can be held for. It’s important to note that only those vaporizers that can hold temperature for multiple hours are worth considering. Using the same heat setting for several hours is wasteful and unnecessary.
Finally, a light-up product provides not only visual appeal but also is more attractive to unwanted pests. There is no need to carry a box of chemicals around with you when your pest problem is at home.
Some of the best portable vaporizers have a timer option. This lets you choose the amount of time between hot sessions or if you prefer, you can set the timer at one minute intervals.
Other models allow you to set the time for recharging the battery as well. With the weather becoming increasingly harsh, using a battery that needs to be recharged constantly can cause problems in the future. Keeping your vaporizer charged up is critical to its life span.
Many devices have screens that prevent condensation from forming in the room air. But this isn’t necessary and it won’t improve the quality of the final product. In fact, condensation can make a humid environment in your home even worse.
Choosing your dry ingredients and the amount of moisture you prefer is an important consideration as well. You don’t want any moisture being present in the air when you apply the final product. Also, consider using low-nitrogen solutions in your drying process.
Another thing to consider is how often you should change the dry ingredients. If you’re using commercial products in your dry mix, it is highly recommended to use them once per day. Use this formula in your own recipe only when necessary.
Consider the size of your complete home and whether or not you will be using it exclusively for your home based business. Smaller rooms are more susceptible to pests and if your business only takes place at home, you should use a smaller vaporizer that doesn’t require frequent changes.
A room vaporizer is most effective when used in larger areas where there is more moisture. Another issue to consider is how you intend to use the device. Is it going to be used indoors or outdoors?
Consider the type of environment you live in and how you intend to use the vaporizer. Determine if you plan to use it every day or just a few times a year. Make a wise decision for your needs and enjoy the benefits of a clean, odor-free and hassle-free solution to your pest problems.