I'm going to have to check that. Because i've bought 2 products that are 10% permethrin, High yield and Martins. and it says right in the instructions to put 1 part per 19 to make .5% solution Thats "point" 5 % not 5%. it also says use at 1 part per 99 to make .1 %.(Raid is about this strength "POINT" 1%)It is a very concentrated solution. Directions are to add about a gallon of water for every half ounce, etc. When you do this, the concentration is 10% permethrin. It comes in a quart container and is extremely concentrated. To be used to spray around animals bedding, etc. It's called Permectrin II, and made by Boehringer Ingelheim, and you can buy it from a farm supply place online. My house now has NO ROACHES, NO ANTS, NO SPIDERS anymore since I started using this. You can use it for sarcoptic mange mites.
It also says right on the bottle active ingredient 10% inactive ingredient 90%. You cant add water to something that says that and NOT DO easy math. Now before i finish this i'm going to look your product up and the stat sheet and see if you are right or wrong.