Vectors and 3D Models
Local Search - Family
Weather Information
Get the App for Smartphones and Tablets

Go Back

WhmSoft Free Articles Directory
Free Articles for Reprint
Free Articles to Publish
Free Articles for Newsletters
Videos to Watch

Page Generation Date and Time:
05/27/2020 10:07:42

Free the Animation VR / AR
Play to reveal 3D images and 3D models!
Demonstration A-Frame / Multiplayer
Android app on Google Play
vlrPhone / vlrFilter
Project of very low consumption, radiation and bitrate softphones, with the support of the spatial audio, of the frequency shifts and of the ultrasonic communications / Multifunction Audio Filter with Remote Control!

Alexa Data

Go To Articles Directory Home Page

To get the current article, - See Below (at the bottom of the page) -.
For top news titles, see below.
Web sites and videos listed in this page are frequently updated.
If you find that this page is useful (quality of web sites, images and videos, ...), you can add it to your favorites.
Bookmark Page !

Tell a Friend:

With your mobile phone (WAP / I-Mode / iPhone / PDA), for free:
The Top News -
The Daily Files -
All the Directory Files -

Web version of feeds:
Podcast Music -
Daily Files -

You can play the Guitar Drum Revolution game (flash game) by following the link below:
Play Guitar Drum Revolution Game

You can play free online games (flash games) by following the link below:
Free Online Games

Play the samples below:
00418 Abadia00175 Tetris 31724 Fish KillerR TypeSnowy Puzzle Islands

You can view the people (celebrities) news and the front page news (with videos, images and constant updates) by following the link below:
View Recent News
or by visiting the WhmSoft Service blog:
News Photos Slideshows

Article Keyword Videos to Watch
Click on the image to start the video.

Related Topics
Images - Links - Articles

Los Angeles

Related Images

Article Category Videos to Watch
Go to the Videos Pages

Why Read the Label?

No one likes to read instructions, but not reading how to program your electronic equipment doesnít usually prove dangerous. However, when it comes to protecting yourself, your family, the family pet, and the environment, reading a pesticide label is vital. The label is a guide to using the pest control pesticide safely and effectively. Not only will the label help you keep your family and home safe, but the label also tells you if you are buying the right product, how to apply the pesticide, and how to the handle the substance before, during, and after use.

Some pesticides are less harmful than others, but all should be used with care. Even organic or natural pesticides can be harmful and should be used as instructed on the label. With using pesticides, comes responsibility and responsible users read and follow the label instructions carefully. Using a pesticide other than what is directed on the label is not only dangerous, but also illegal.

When should you read the label? You should read the label before you buy a pesticide, before you use the product, before you store it away, and before you dispose of any unused portion or the container. The label contains special instructions for each step of use relative to the pesticide product.

Read the label before you buy the product. When in the store or shopping online, read the label to be sure you are buying a product that will help you. There is nothing worse than spending your hard-earned money on a product that does not work. The product is most effective when used under the recommended conditions and for the targeted pests. Read the label to find out if the pesticide targets the pest you want and to be sure the product doesnít target those you donít want harmed.

If you have trouble reading small print take reading glasses along with you to the store. Pesticides have a lot of information printed on the container and often the smaller the container, the smaller the print. Small print combined with poor lighting in the store can make the words look like a line of obscure letters. Shopping for pest products online has its advantages. For one, a good pest product site will provide pages containing the label, so you can read the instructions at your leisure. Another advantage is you can zoom on a page, making the print larger and easy to read. Shopping online also allows you to print out the label, whereas tearing off the label in the store is prohibited. You should never remove the label on a pesticide container, even after purchase; thus, an online copy could prove useful.

Read the label before you use the product. Reading the label before using the product will give you instructions on how to prepare the area if any special preparations are necessary and will provide information concerning weather conditions, or if ventilation is required. You donít want to use a pesticide only to discover the product has washed away before it can take affect or that it damages plants or other property or that you and your family have to leave your home unprepared because you did not properly ventilate the area. Worse yet, you donít want to call a poison control center or an ambulance because you did not properly use the product.

The label will warn you of any possible hazards and tell you what precautions you should take, such as wearing protective clothing. The instructions may tell you to wear long pants, shoes, and a long sleeved shirt to protect your skin or safety glasses to protect your eyes. It may seem as if you are being overly protective, but follow the recommendations. After all, the manufacturer knows the product better than you do.

Read the label before you store a product. The product may be flammable, toxic, or become ineffective if stored under certain conditions. Once mixed, some products may not be effective after storage and should be disposed of right away. Follow the recommendations and use common sense, such as not storing a flammable product next to your gas hot water heater.

Read the label before you dispose of a pesticide. Pesticides can be dangerous under certain conditions such as heat, and can be dangerous to the environment. Most products should not be poured down a drain, on the ground, or simply tossed in the trash because they can be hazardous to the environment, especially in concentrated quantities.

Pesticides can be wonderful products when used properly. Using them improperly, however, can cause serious health problems and prove hazardous to the environment. To properly handle a pesticide you should read the label many times. Donít rely on your memory. The label will help you purchase the most effective product, it will help you keep you and your family safe, and the label will help you to store and dispose of the pesticide in a responsible manner.

About the Author: Dennise Brogdon is the managing editor of the Hughston Health Alert, a quarterly, patient-information newsletter, and she is an editorial assistant for the National Athletic Trainersí Associationís scientific journal, the Journal of Athletic Training. Dennise is a Web site copywriter and editor. She has experience writing and editing SEO copy and META tags, brochures, advertorials, video scripts, and other technical and promotional material, as well. Dennise earned a BA in English with professional writing as an emphasis at Columbus State University. She is a member of the American Medical Writers Association and the Georgia Writers Association.

Recommended Web Site(s):

Easy Articles Home Page - Articles Directory

Recommended WhmSoft Web Sites, Feeds and WAP Address:

WhmSoft Software Home Page - Software
WhmSoft Services Login Page - Music and Images
WhmSoft Moblog Home Page - Blog - Photo Gallery
WhmSoft Free Online Games Home Page - Flash Games
WhmSoft Services RSS Feed - Daily Music, Image and 3D Flash Animation
Classical Music with Drum RSS Feed - MIDI and MP3 Files
Classical Music with Drum Podcast Feed - MP3 and MP3 Files
WAP / I-Mode / PDAs - Daily Music, Image and Flash Animation

Home Pages:

WhmSoft Free Articles for Reprint Home Page
WhmSoft Services Home Page - Music and Images
Copyright (C) 2006-2020 WhmSoft - All Rights Reserved.