I asked the guy who came by, he said it wasn't toxic to humans at all. But I doubt it.Rad said:I am sure some of you have personal experiences with this. How toxic are the fumes to humans? Is it possible to fumigate in the morning or noon and sleep in the same apartment that same day?
That's what I have been told. But looking at this - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fumigation#Chemicals I am not so convinced. Some of the chemicals are used as weapons.orwellian said:I asked the guy who came by, he said it wasn't toxic to humans at all. But I doubt it.
They might use the same ones, if you are concerned you can just tell them to spray outside the windows and drainers, or just use the gel. You must know that you are not obliged to let them in if you do not want to. Even if you are renting, they cannot force you to let them spray anything you do not trust, and you also have the right to know what it is exactly that they are using.Rad said:This will be an "emergency" fumigation (not preventative), because the roaches are already in the building. Will they use the same chemicals?