Bug bomb blow up

It took 12 years, but the EPA finally issued a new rule on the labeling of aerosol foggers or "bug bombs." As of Oct. 1, the labels of total-release foggers must warn that they can cause a fire or explosion if used improperly.

Cans must be labeled "highly flammable" and bear a graphic symbol of a flame. The rule also requires that the label contain instructions to use only one fogger per room and to turn off any ignition sources.

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