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Posted by jaggedlight on May 06, 2003 at 13:22:08:
In Reply to: INSECTICIDAL SOAP posted by puppychulo on May 05, 2003 at 23:42:05:
I have used it before. I used it on orchids though. I have no idea if it is safe for use with animals. Does the bottle have a info # to call? You might ask them if it harmful to pets in any way.
:I've found an insecticidal soap made by a brand called Garden Safe. It's supposed to be safe to use on fruit bearing and vegetable bearing plants. It contains 1% of Potassium Salts of Fatty Acids and 99% other ingredients (what that is, it's not listed - but it can be sprayed on cherries). I've had mites recently and I think I'm winning the battle because I haven't seen mites on my snakes lately. I just want to be sure that if I use this product to clean my cages, it would be safe for the snakes. I figured, I can use it to clean out a cage and let the cage air out overnite (even if this product has no smell, like bleach). Has anyone else tried this 'soap'?