Green thumbs everywhere are preparing and planting their gardens, waiting for full blooms of flowers and delicious fruits & vegetables. But what about us with the black thumbs of death? We prepare our yards and home first. Our home has seemed to welcome a few new species of spiders. I plan to welcome them with Amdro’s Indoor Home Pest Control.
I love that Amdro makes everything convenient for you. They created a spot into the back of the jug that will hold 2 concentrated bottles. You simply fill your jug with water, insert a concentrated cartridge into the sprayer and you’re ready. The sprayer will distribute the perfect amount needed while you spray. When all is said and done, you cap on the unused portion and put it back into the slots on back of jug. You are saving space and money!
The Amdro Powerflex Home Pest Indoor Killer starts working immediately and has no staining or odor. It lasts up to 12 months and each cartridge makes 1 gallon of spray. I’m excited to get these little creepy spiders gone!
PENNINGTON SMART FEED
I also had the chance to try out the Pennington Smart Feed. This is a super cool idea to me. No liquids to mess with, instead, it’s tablets! No putting pellets on the ground, liquids, nothing like that! Just insert the tablet of your choice into your nozzle, hook up to your water hose, and start spraying. You are watering and feeding them, all in one. Genius idea! No measuring, no mess, just easy.
Both of these products are available at your local Walmart store. Amdro Power Flex System is available for about $11.92. Pennington Smart Feed is $12.92 for the sprayer, and $9.92 for refill tablets. You can find tablets for all your gardening needs; grass, shrubbery, vegetables, plants, flowers, etc.
I plan to give you followup during the Summer but so far, they both have been perfect for me. They are so simple to use, no messes to worry about, and cost effective! What are you planning this year??
Disclosure: I am an official Walmart Mom. Walmart has provided me with compensation and gift card in return for my time & efforts to create this post. Opinions are my own, always.