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Bed Bug Spray
- 1 Bed Bug Spray
- 2 Bed Bugs Guide
- 3 Bed Bug Control How-To Videos
- 4 More Bed Bug Control How-To’s
- 5 We Have the Best Bed Bug Spray Available
- 6 Different Types of Bed Bugs Spray
- 7 Bed Bug Spray Reviews
- 8 A Quick Intro to Bed Bug Removal
- 9 Bedlam Insecticide Aerosol
- 10 Product Overview
- 11 Features and Specs
- 12 Details
- 13 Bed Bug
- 14 Elimination, Description of Common Bed Bugs
Bed bug spray is one of the more effective bed bug solutions aimed at killing bed bugs. Sprays can get into the cracks and crevices where the insects hide for more control. Our professional grade bed bug sprays will give you professional results for faster relief.
Bed Bugs Guide
What Do Bed Bugs Look Like?
How to Check for Bed bugs
How to Get Rid of Bed bugs
How to Prevent Bed Bugs
Bed Bug Control How-To Videos
Bed Bug Treatment — How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs Yourself
How to Check for & Find Bed Bugs — DIY Bed Bug Inspection
Bed Bug Treatment — How to Prepare a Room
Bed Bug Treatment — Using Bed Bug Duster
How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs — Quick Tips
Emergency Bed Bug Kit with Temprid Ready Spray
More Bed Bug Control How-To’s
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We Have the Best Bed Bug Spray Available
We only carry professional grade bed bug sprays. We sell the exact same chemicals that bed bug exterminators use, ensuring the same professional results, but for a fraction of the cost.
Different Types of Bed Bugs Spray
• Pesticide Sprays
This is where you’ll want to start if you’re trying to get rid of an infestation. These are the sprays that will give you the power to knock out bed bugs and kill off their eggs so that the infestation does not continue.
Most bed bug pesticide is based on a family of insecticides that are known as Pyrethroids. Although they are synthetic chemicals they are proven to be safe to use in all situations, so long as the manufacturer’s instructions are followed. Be sure to treat the bed in the morning, as the products generally must be left to dry completely before the area can be re-inhabited.
A couple of the most popular brands of bed bug insecticide that we sell are Steri-fab bed bug spray and Bedlam bed bug spray, both of which offer the power necessary to knock out even the most tenacious of nests.
• Repellent Sprays
In addition to the sprays that are meant to kill the bugs, there are also several products that are designed to repel the bugs. These are especially useful when you are travelling, as most bed bugs are picked up from hotels and other areas with a large turnover of guests such as youth hostels and bed & breakfasts.
One benefit of these sprays is that they are almost always made out of 100% natural ingredients, so they can be sprayed with no worry on any surface that you want to keep bed bugs out of, including luggage and clothing.
Bed Bug Spray Reviews
Our site is covered with helpful reviews so you can know what will work the best for you. As you look through our bed bug products you will find plenty of bed bug spray reviews to help you select the right one for your specific situation. You can also call us with any questions.
A Quick Intro to Bed Bug Removal
The bed bug is by far one of the most annoying and tenacious pests one can face. When an infestation occurs, they are numerous, resistant to elimination methods, and constantly feeding on anyone who sleeps in their vicinity. The key to getting rid of bed bugs is to be prepared, both with the tools you’ll need and also with the knowledge of how these insects live, feed, and reproduce.
The first part of the solution is to learn all about bed bugs; where they come from and what products they might be susceptible to. Once you are armed with the knowledge of how these bugs, you can begin to eradicate them.
We can help with all phases of a bed bug removal plan, from giving you expert advice when you first discover the problem to supplying you with everything you will need to eliminate the bugs once and for all.
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Bedlam Insecticide Aerosol
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Bedlam Insecticide Aerosol is a residual aerosol spray specially designed to control bed bugs, lice, ticks, fleas, and dust mites on contact. Bedlam may be used as for crack and crevice treatment and on and around baseboards, floorboards, headboards, and walls. This product is water-based and non-irritating, so it can be used to spot treat bedding and mattresses when controlling bed bugs. In addition, the product will not stain water-safe fabrics and surfaces. Bedlam is labeled for use in homes, apartments, schools, hotels and healthcare facilities.
*NOTE: This product is transitioning to new packaging and may differ from picture above.
Features and Specs
|Active Ingredient||MGK 264 1.53% Phenothrin 0.4%|
|Target pests||Bed Bugs, Adult Lice & Nymphs, Ticks, Fleas, Dust Mites|
|For use in||Commercial and Residential, Apartments, Hospitals, Hotels, Kennels, Nursing Homes, Offices, Restaurants, Schools and Warehouses
* Pet Areas: Sleeping area, Bedding, Floor and Floor coverings
* Bed Bug Areas: Mattresses, Box springs, Headboards, Walls, Floors, Baseboards
|Application||Use as an indoor spot spray or crack and crevice treatment
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe||** Not for Use on Humans or Animals **|
|NOT FOR SALE TO||DC, PR|
|Time to Kill||Contact Kill plus Residual|
|Shipping Weight||1.35 lbs|
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How Bedlam Insecticide Aerosol Works
Bedlam controls Bed Bugs, Dust Mites, Fleas, Lice and Ticks by killing on contact and providing lasting residual performance. The active ingredients in Bedlam include Sumithrin, or d-Phenothrin, a synthetic pyrethroid which attacks the central nervous system of the target pests, and MGK-264, a synergist used in aerosols to assist in the effectiveness of pyrethroids.
Bedlam Insecticide Aerosol Target Pests
Bed Bugs, Adult Lice & Nymphs, Ticks, Fleas, Dust Mites
PESTS CONTROLLED BY BEDLAM INSECTICIDE: Bed Bugs, Bed Bug Eggs, Lice, Ticks, Fleas, Dust Mites, Clothes Moths, Carpet Beetles
Target Uses of Bedlam Insecticide Aerosol
Bedlam Insecticide is a residual aerosol designed to kill target pests on contact. It is ideal for crack and crevice treatments on and around baseboards, headboards, and walls, and for spot treatment on mattresses, box springs, and bedding.
Bedlam Spray Application Instructions
Always read the product label completely before use. Bedlam is intended for indoor use on furniture, mattresses, carpets and other areas where the target pests may be found. Bedlam is not intended for outdoor use.
Bedlam Insecticide is not for use on humans: If lice infestation should occur on humans, use a product labeled for use on humans.
Yield will vary depending on type of treatment, level of infestation, and size of area being treated. Most users require one can per room for bedbug treatments.
Bedlam is for use in the following areas:
Indoor use in the home and non-food areas of restaurants, schools, nursing homes, warehouses, offices, apartments, hotels, motels, kennels, and hospitals
Bedlam Insecticide General Directions:
- Shake Bedlam Insecticide well before each use.
- Remove protective cap.
- Aim spray opening away from person and push button to spray.
- Vacate room after treatment and ventilate before reoccupying.
- Do not allow children or pets to contact treated areas until surfaces are dry.
TO KILL BEDBUGS with Bedlam Insecticide:
- Apply Bedlam Insecticide as a spot treatment to cracks and crevices, around baseboards, floorboards, headboards, and walls.
- First thoroughly clean and air mattresses and springs. Then spot treat only areas that may harbor pests.
- On mattresses concentrate on tufts, folds, and seams.
- Repeat as necessary.
TO KILL LICE with Bedlam Insecticide:
- Spray Bedlam Insecticide in an inconspicuous area to test for possible staining or discoloration. Inspect again after drying, and then proceed to spray entire area to be treated.
- Hold container upright with nozzle away from you. Depress valve and spray from a distance of 8 to 10 inches.
- Spray each square foot for 5 seconds or until damp.
- Spray only those garments, parts of bedding, including mattresses and furniture that cannot be either laundered or dry-cleaned.
- Allow sprayed articles to dry thoroughly before use.
TO KILL TICKS AND FLEAS with Beldam Insecticide:
- Spray Bedlam Insecticide around beds, furniture and pet’s habitat.
- Spray pet sleeping quarters, bedding, floor and floor covering where pets are kept.
- Repeat as necessary.
- Use only a recommended pet spray on pets.
TO KILL DUST MITES with Bedlam Insecticide:
- First thoroughly vacuum entire room concentrating on areas where mites congregate, such as mattresses, box springs, headboards, walls, floors, carpeting, and baseboards.
- Spray surfaces with Bedlam Insecticide until damp.
- On mattresses, allow spray to dry thoroughly before replacing bedding.
TO KILL CLOTHES MOTHS AND CARPET BEETLES:
- Apply as a spot treatment to cracks and crevices on and around baseboards, floorboards, furniture and around the edges of carpet.
- Apply as a surface spray to carpet, rugs, closets, baseboards, furniture, on floor and floor coverings.
- When treating carpets, floor coverings or rugs spray a sufficient amount to get the spray down into the base where the larval stages are feeding. Spray upper and lower surfaces of rugs or floor covering when possible.
Outdoors — Bedlam is not intended for outdoor use.
Elimination, Description of Common Bed Bugs
Bed bug elimination is best accomplished by first understanding the pest that has invaded your home — especially where bedbugs hide. Knowing bed bug habits and description of bedbugs will give you knowledge needed when choosing and applying the best control products.
The most common mistake made when controlling bed bugs: not knowing which type of insecticide to use in the correct areas. Most of the people who read this article will skip the most important step: dusting cracks and crevices with an insecticide dust. Crack and crevice work is a little more time-consuming than spraying, which is why some people choose to skip this step.
Just as in controlling ticks, you must apply a professional insecticide dust into tiny cracks and crevices where the targeted pest hides. Many household pests can be controlled or prevented by a simple insecticide bug spray on baseboards and exterior surfaces of the home. This is not the case when dealing with an infestation of bed bugs.
Once bed bugs have invaded your home, they can be a little tough to eliminate. Their habits, size and their hardy nature help contribute to their persistence in homes that they have invaded.
An adult bed bug is not very large; it is usually about 1/4 an inch long. The small body size helps this pest to hide in areas that make their elimination difficult. The bed bug nymph succumbs to pest control products easier than their adult counterparts but (just like adults) can go for long periods without food. Blood taken from humans is the preferred food of young and adult common bed bugs.
There are other species of bed bugs (besides the common bed bug) that prefer other hosts (bats, swallows, pigeons, starlings, etc.) but these blood feeding pests will also feed on humans if given the opportunity.
A bed bug’s secretive nature makes it a difficult pest to identify and eliminate. These insects are not seen crawling around in the daylight hours where they would be easily identified. They hide in various areas during the day and come out at quiet times of the night to feed on human blood. Since they usually wait for their host to go to sleep, the host does not see or feel their presence. The obvious sign that a bed bug infestation is in a room is the presence of small drops of blood on sheets and pillows or pillow cases.
Bed bug elimination procedures, methods and products closely resemble those used for indoor tick elimination, due to their size, harborage areas and habits. Thorough inspection of the premises will save you time and money. These tiny bugs can be found in any small crack in proximity to where humans rest or sleep. These cracks and crevices are generally behind and beneath baseboards, beneath area rugs, between carpeting and walls, in power areas of appliances or even in the folds of curtains and drapes in the infested room. A thorough vacuuming of cracks, crevices and other areas where bed bugs hide is an essential part of an integrated pest management program targeting this particular pest.
A combination of odorless insecticide spray and insecticide dust is needed to eliminate bed bug populations with special attention given to dusting all bug hiding places. Once mattresses and box spring setups have been thoroughly cleaned and (if necessary) treated with an odorless dust, plastic covers on the mattresses will help keep bugs in as well as keep others out.
A general purpose spray can be used on carpets, furniture and baseboards to help cut back on some of the population but the most important pest control tool you can use is an insecticide dust. Many pest control service technicians are now using premium fogging solutions in addition to other suggested pest management procedures for bed bug control. When fogging with a cold fogger is required for stubborn or re-occurring bed bug infestations, Shockwave Fogging is giving best fog results. Shockwave Fogging contains a high amount of natural pyrethrins (1.00%) and also contains an IGR. Fogging is rarely considered to be great controller of pests when used alone. Only use a fog when a very fast kill of existing bugs is needed. Fogging mainly kills exposed bugs that are not hiding in cracks or crevices. With the addition of Pyriproxyfen IGR , Shockwave Fogging does give an extra residual effect.
Elimination of a bed bug infestation takes some patience. These pests live in tiny cracks that are sometimes difficult to reach with pest control products and they can live a longer time without food than can other blood feeding bugs such as fleas. Apply your spray to baseboards, carpets, flooring, throw rugs, area rugs or other areas where bed bugs might crawl at night. This insecticide will also kill spiders, fleas, ticks, ants and other household pests.
After allowing your pesticide spray solution to thoroughly dry, you may now begin the important application of dust. Any area of possible bed bug harborage (especially those areas where your spray cannot reach) should be treated with Drione Dust.
General purpose sprays such as Suspend SC and D-Fense SC that are water safe for fabrics are preferred for elimination of bed bug populations. D-Fense and Suspend SC are odorless and (when used as directed) safe to use in homes where children and pets live. (The active ingredient is Deltamethrin, the same material found in Delta Dust.) Use this insecticide to spray carpets, flooring, rugs and baseboards. Do not spray bedding, mattresses or pillows with this product. If you want to spray these objects, use a spray that is labeled for such use. Bedlam Insecticide can be sprayed on inanimate objects such as bedding, stuffed animal toys, etc. in homes.
Other professional concentrates that work when spraying for bed bugs: Tempo SC and Demand CS. Both of these products will give a good residual and (like D-Fense SC) have little to no odor. The main advantage of D-Fense SC is its broad label, allowing more liberal application than most professional insecticides.
Sprays used for killing bed bugs are listed on Bed Bug Control Products page.
Once your insecticide spray has been allowed to dry, it is time to apply your insecticide dust. Drione Dust is the very best product for killing bed bugs where they hide, in cracks and crevices. Use a Crusader Duster for applying this product. Bed bugs can hide in many places where your dust must be applied properly or you will have a failure in your effort to control the bugs.
Dusts used in bed bug elimination are listed on Bed Bug Control products page.
Areas to dust include seams or joints in the construction of bed frames, inside boxed springs, flooring beneath beds, behind and beneath baseboards and baseboard moldings — any area small enough for bed bugs to enter and hide. Once