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Synonyms for fog

Synonyms for fog

a thick, heavy atmospheric condition offering reduced visibility because of the presence of suspended particles

Synonyms for fog

droplets of water vapor suspended in the air near the ground

an atmosphere in which visibility is reduced because of a cloud of some substance

confusion characterized by lack of clarity

make less visible or unclear

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Keep in mind, Fogger said, that you shouldn't be exercising within a half hour of going to sleep, because the activity will wake you up.
But experts say that bed bug foggers, a common over-the-counter product better known as a 'bug bomb,' don't work at all -- and a lack of regulatory scrutiny means many consumers will keep feeling the pinch.
The fogger dispenses about 4 gallons of water per hour, producing droplets of about 5 microns in diameter," Simmons says.
ePestSolutions is now offering the full line of London Foggers, used everywhere in the world since 1968
Clear the Air - For protection in trouble spots, such as around bushes and damp areas, use the Cutter Backyard Bug Control Outdoor Fogger.
Drip, fogger, shade net, glazing material UV stabilized sheet (200 micron thickness, Fan and Pad system including land development etc.
Green World Path's CedarFog(TM) solution and its ultra low volume (ULV) electric fogger offer a safe and effective do-it-yourself solution.
Tenders are invited for Supply, and delivery of fogger ss 150af, thermal portable fogging machanic made in koria for fogging purpose to control mosquitos in public health using for sanitation purpose
It is also a responsible choice when compared to an automatic misting system, fogger or indiscriminately spraying permethrin.
Foggers -- Yard foggers, like the Burgess Fogger, keep your yard insect- free for up to six hours.
The recalled product comes in a five-ounce fogger can which bears a UPC of 1185 on the label bar code, and has the word "Solaris" printed on the label.
By adding customized features specific to the needs of spraying and fogging procedures, our Dyna-Trax system truly responds to the need for accurate verification of where the fogger was activated, when it was activated and how much material was dispensed in a specified area," said Bill Phillips, director of sales for Curtis Dyna-Fog.
From shampoos and dips to foggers and collars, conventional flea controls caution consumers to use gloves, and keep product away from skin and mucous membranes.
Pesticide foggers used for treating an entire room usually carry labels instructing occupants to vacate the premises for 1 to 3 hours.
New research now strengthens that association and ties it most closely to sprays and foggers used to treat homes for fleas and ticks.