How to Kill Bed Bugs
Most insecticides used for bed bug control are primarily of the pyrethroid class of pesticides. Elimination of bed bugs in a home involves use of effective insecticides applied to all points where bed bugs are present. This water-based, odourless treatments must directly contact the bed bugs during application. Repeated insecticide applications within 4 weeks will be required to kill bed bugs that later hatch from eggs, along with those that were missed during earlier treatment.
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Return to the room 2 hours later - opening all windows and doors.
Apply to mattresses, carpets, sofas, inside cupboards and drawers. Reapply every fortnight to keep the spray at its peak potency.
Any Bed Bugs that touches sprayed surfaces will immediately intake the spray and be slowly dehydrated.
Do not be alarmed if you find dead insects, this is a sign the treatment is working
There are no products available on the market that will eliminate Bed Bug Eggs. If Bed Bugs have laid eggs in your infestation, you will need to retreat the area 7-10 days after the initial treatment has been completed.
Any juvenile Bed Bugs will be eradicated before they are developed enough to reproduce, thus removing the cycle and completely eradicating the infestation in your home.