Demand for electric insecticides is expected to continue growing in South Africa in the coming years, largely driven by consumer demand for a safer environment in the home. However, sales will remain driven by mid- and high-income consumers demanding efficient and convenient insecticides that are considered less harmful.
Many white-collar employees are set to continue working as part of hybrid models, and for some, remotely at least for the short term, implying that being in home offices and living spaces all day may lead to consumers finding pests in their homes in places they did not expect. Alternatively, pests may emerge as kitchens and bathrooms are used more frequently.
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This is the aggregation of spray/aerosol insecticides, electric insecticides, coils, baits and other insecticides.See All of Our Definitions
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