When preparing for fumigation
They can be safetly be put into refrigerator during fumigation.
Now that you have decided to fumigate your home here are some easy steps you need to take to prepare yourself for the fumigation process.
In the kitchen lets begin with the cabinets in preparation for the fumigation you will need to bag certain items. Items like potato chips, items that are of cardboard and items that have been previously opened will all need to be put in nyloform bags for their protection.
This also includes any spices that you may have open on your countertops or candy and different treats. Items that will not need to be bagged during the fumigation process are all canned foods and glass jars if they have not been opened. This process should take no longer than 30 minutes to an hour.
Once these items have been put in a bag you will double bag these items and sit them on the counters and they will be very very safe during the fumigation processs.
During the fumigation process there are many refridgerated items that need free run 2 to be bagged for their protection. These include produce, condiments, cheeses, butter and other beverages that have been previously opened. Beverages in g free run 2 lass items that have not been previously opened will not need to be put into the nyloform bags.
Once these items are placed into the bags they can be safetly be put into refrigerator during fumigation. Moving on to the freezer, all items in plastic or cardboard will need to be placed into the special nyloform bags. These too can remain in the freezer during fumigation. All ice needs to be removed and remade.
In the bathroom you will need to bag many items. Fumigation specialists cover your home with a giant tarp that encloses the structure during the release of the pesticide. Fumigation for pests such as termites, cockroaches, ticks, and snails often uses a Vikane gas a colorless gas registered with the EPA 1993. Vikane primarily consists of sulfuryl fluoride and purportedly leaves no resid free run 2 ual trace on items such as furniture, clothing and dishware. Your fumigation specialist should provide you with the Nylofume bags; if not, ALL food and other items recommended for bagging must be removed from the property. See Section 2 of this article for instructions on how to properly use Nylofume bags.2
Turn off the icemaker and empty the ice cube free run 2 tray before leaving the house. Discard any ice cubes that fall into the tray while you are gone once you return to the home.3
Double bag all sealed food items housed in boxes, metallic foil lined containers or pouches, paper or plastic wrapping. Only food items contained in metal (canned goods) or glass with the original manufacturer’s airtight seal can remain unbagged.4
Double bag salt and pepper shakers, spices, fruits, vegetables, bagged pet foods and seeds, medicines, vitamins and supplements, lozenges, denture seal or powder, toothpastes, and tobacco.5