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Directions for Eliminator Weed & Grass Killer

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Weeds and grass can creep up in places around your property that you don't want it to. For example, If there are cracks in your sidewalk, grass and weeds will grow through them. One product that you can use to get rid of your unwanted grass and weeds is called Eliminator Weed and Grass Killer II. This product comes ready to use but follow all of the safety precautions.

Wait for a sunny day when the temperature is above 60 degrees. You also want to make sure there is no rain in the forecast, and that the wind isn't any higher than 10 mph.

Dress in long clothing, and put on a pair of gloves while handling Eliminator Grass and Weed Killer II.

Turn the nozzle on your Eliminator bottle to coarse spray.

Hold your spray 1 to 2 inches from the patches of weeds and grass that you want to kill.

Spray the patches of grass and weeds so they are completely wet. They don't have to be dripping wet though.

Wait until the patches have dried before you let your pets or children back outside to play.

Instructions On How To Use Eliminator Weed And Grass Killer Concentrate

The active ingredients in Eliminator Weed & Grass Killer Super Concentrate are glyphosate and isopropylamine salt. The manufacturer says the formula is able to kill all annual and perennial broadleaf and grassy weeds. The herbicide is labeled for use in flowerbeds, around shrubs and trees, on driveways and walkways, and along fences. The maker also states that the herbicide does not move in the soil; therefore, it kills only the plants you spray. Any residue that hits the ground breaks down into natural substances. Eliminator weed killer with 1 gallon water in a tank sprayer to control annual weeds. herbicide per gallon water when you treat perennials and brush. Spray the plants you want to eliminate from the garden. Set the dial on the sprayer to 1.5 ounces. Young plants die within two weeks. Established perennials take up to one month to completely fade. If they don’t die within four weeks, treat the plants again.


You can recycle this container, but it must be completely empty.


Call 800-424-9300 if you experience any type of emergency while using this product.

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