Bonide 420 Fog-Rx Propane Insect Fogger Review
For the family that wants to go on camping or for those that love throwing parties in their outdoor living space such as their backyard or side yard, mosquitoes and flies can be a nuisance. But in order for you to reclaim your outdoor territory from those pests, you will have to wage war against them, and what better way of doing this than having your very own insect fogger.
The Bonide 420 Fog-Rx Propane mosquito Fogger is one such weapon you can arm yourself with, but will it be the fogger that will allow you to win back your outdoor living space?
Build and Design
The Bonide insect fogger has a thick, black nylon body that looks really durable and strong, and it is. The heating coils and the nozzle itself on the front of the fogger though does not appear as durable as the body. However durable it might appear, you are getting a fogger that is made for killing mosquitoes, so there is no arguing with that. Its wire mesh that surrounds the coil is more see through than other insect foggers in the market which makes it easier for you to see if the spark has ignited or if the coils are hot enough.
The insecticide tank that it has is made from plastic and its size is sufficient enough to hold a good amount of insecticide for you to spray a large area. And since the plastic tank is translucent, it makes it easier for you to see just how much insecticide you have left. This allows you to add more insecticide if the need arises.
One of the great features that the Bonide insect fogger has is its safety trigger. This safety trigger needs to be released in order for you to start fogging. This means you won’t be accidentally fogging yourself or someone who is in front of you, making it really secure to use.
The Bonide 420 Fog-Rx is a really simple and easy to use fogger. Fill the insecticide tank with the desired amount of insecticide and attach it back to the fogger. Attach a propane canister onto the back of the fogger so that you can have power. Once those are checked off the list, you can turn the knob just by the propane canister so as to feed the fogger some propane. Let the fogger warm up for a couple of minutes before using it. And when you are about to use it just release the safety trigger and you are all set. Remember to pump the fogger’s trigger handle only every 3 to 4 seconds so as to get the proper kind of cloud.
Since this Bonide mosquito fogger runs on propane, you can take comfort in the fact that you can take it with you anywhere. Whether it is a large backyard, an additional side yard to contend with, or you want to take it with you for camping, you can do so as it does not need any outlets.
It produces a dense fog which actively permeates through foliage, cracks, and other such hiding places of pests, thereby effectively ridding any mosquitoes, flies, gnats, and moths. When you do use it, you can immediately tell that it is working, in addition, you will also be insect free for several hours, and depending on the weather, you can be insect free for days.
The Bonide 420 Fog-Rx Propane Insect Fogger is a good insect fogger that allows you to get rid of insects and be insect-free for several hours, even days depending on the weather. It is easy to use, light enough for you to hold it comfortably, and since it runs on propane, you can take it with you anywhere. For the price of around $60, this Bonide insect fogger is a good tool to have on-hand, especially when you have a large outdoor living space or someone who likes throwing parties in their backyard.
Some would argue though that you are better off with the Bonide insect fogger that comes with a built-in igniter, but if you are not that particular about those details, then by all means, do get the Bonide 420 Fog-Rx Propane mosquito Fogger as there isn’t really anything awful about this tool.