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ZEVO KILLS BUGS IN YOUR HOME.
BUT HOW DOES IT WORK?

Our experts know a lot about bug biology and behavior. They created an effective bug killing formula inspired by nature and bug’s natural defense systems – and made without harsh chemicals. Powered by essential oils, this proprietary technology targets nerve receptors vital to bugs, not people or pets.

Let's Break It Down.

SPRAY ON UNWANTED HOUSEHOLD PESTS.

Zevo Instant Action Sprays are easy to use. Simply spray it on the unwanted bug and watch it take action immediately. (Just make sure to wipe it up afterward.)

ZEVO TARGETS THE NEURORECEPTORS VITAL TO BUGS.

The active ingredients in Zevo (hello, essential oils!) target certain neuroreceptors that are vital to bugs, but not people or pets. Talk about bio-selective!

AND IT KILLS THEM QUICKLY.

Once the neuroreceptors have been targeted, the bug starts to die – and cease being a problem for you. Plus, Zevo is safe for use around people and pets when used as directed. So you can say goodbye bug, hello Zevo!

Watch How Bio-Selective Technology Works

Hear From Real Zevo Customers

Verified Testimonials.

JWAIR

★★★★★

This is my second order refill. I love the scent and very safe around my two dogs and us. Thank you

JAMES

★★★★★

We bought Zevo and it works great. It works better than exterminators.

The Bio-Selective Formula

While most traditional insect sprays in the market today use synthetic pyrethroids as their active ingredients, Zevo sprays use essential oil active ingredients to kill bugs. Plus, we don't use butane or propane propellants in our aerosols.

Our Bio-Selective Formula Kills Different Types of Household Pests

Cockroaches close up

Cockroaches

The average roach can flatten itself down to 1.6 millimeters.

Ants close up

Ants

Ants leave a pheromone trail to help other ants find food.

Flies close up

Flies

The world's largest fly can reach a length of 2.8 inches, with a 3.9-inch wingspan

Yellow Jackets close up

Yellow Jackets

Yellow jackets build their nests from wood fiber they chew into a paper-like pulp.

Fruit Flies close up

Fruit Flies

Fruit flies process visual information so fast, they take flight within 5 milliseconds of you trying to swat them.

Spiders close up

Spiders

Some spiders use "lassos" made of sticky web to rope in flying prey.

Hornets close up

Hornets

Queen hornets are the only females to reproduce.

Crickets close up

Crickets

Most female crickets don't chirp.

Drain Fly close up

Drain Fly

Drain fly larvae feed on decaying matter and bits of organic debris.

Cockroaches close up

Cockroaches

The average roach can flatten itself down to 1.6 millimeters.

Ants close up

Ants

Ants leave a pheromone trail to help other ants find food.

Flies close up

Flies

The world's largest fly can reach a length of 2.8 inches, with a 3.9-inch wingspan

Yellow Jackets close up

Yellow Jackets

Yellow jackets build their nests from wood fiber they chew into a paper-like pulp.

Fruit Flies close up

Fruit Flies

Fruit flies process visual information so fast, they take flight within 5 milliseconds of you trying to swat them.

Spiders close up

Spiders

Some spiders use "lassos" made of sticky web to rope in flying prey.

Hornets close up

Hornets

Queen hornets are the only females to reproduce.

Crickets close up

Crickets

Most female crickets don't chirp.

Drain Fly close up

Drain Fly

Drain fly larvae feed on decaying matter and bits of organic debris.

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