Pros: It works!
Cons: A little dusty.
Seven Dust, as we call it in our family, is # 1 on our list.
We have been using Seven Dust, both the 5% and 10%, in our family for years now. It has the power to kill (pests that is). Our biggest use for seven dust has been on our horses and dogs. Take for example our horses, horse flies and nats (small flies) are real bad during the summer months. We can bring the horses in and rub them down with seven dust, all over their bodies (always consult with a veterinarian before applying any pesticides to your horses), and this helps to keep those pesky critters away. We bought a horse from a sale barn a year ago and his mane was full of lice, we applied the seven dust and the next day there was no trace of lice on this horse. We tried other spray on fly control and they just did not work near as well as seven did. This product really works for us, We are sold on it.
We also use seven on our dogs, in this case we prefer the 5% on their bodies and 10% for their grounds and bedding. We put seven dust on our dogs to keep the fleas and brown dog ticks away. It works we occasionally see a tick from time to time on our dogs, but not very often. We sprinkle it around their bedding and and it helps keep the fleas and ticks away from their sleeping area. I even sprinkle a little seven around my dogs' outdoor automatic feeders and it keeps ants away from their food.
There are only two things I do hate about seven; one is that it's dusty, if it is windy it will blow around on you and in your face. So be careful when using it. Two is that it is not the easiest product to apply. We have found that if you take a large mason canning jar with a lid, poke pencil sized holes in the top of the lid, put the seven in the jar, then you can sprinkle it on whatever you need. Anyone with allergies should be cautious when using this product.
I love seven for it's working power, if it did not work we would not waste our time to use it.
Always remember to check with a veterinarian before using any pesticide on your animals.I do not know if they have a website, if I find that they do I will put it in my review.