Bed Bug Control Dust

The Basics on bed bug control using dust pesticide

Insecticidal Dusts abrade the insect’s outer waxy coat and cause the bugs to dry out quickly. Some consist of a finely ground glass or silica powder. These dry dust may be applied to cracks and crevices, as well as within the hallow interior of the tubular bed frame. Some dust formulations include another kind of insecticide.

Dust is long residual pesticides that can last up to a month with the same effectiveness. It is recommended when using dust to use with a duster to get an even layer spread thorough out the area and full coverage. Mainly used in cracks and crevices, wall electric sockets and mattress and carpeting.

Delta Dust, Drione Dust, Tempo 1% Dust, and Alpine Dust .

Different Types of Dusts to control bed bugs.

Drione Dust uses a contact kill method to control pest. Once the pest has come in to contact with Drione Dust the pest will have enough time to carry the insecticide back to its colony hive and expose the insecticide to the rest of the colony. The odorless and stainless product can be used almost anywhere. If left undisturbed the residual will last up to 6 mos. Drione Dust control most common house hold pest. When using the Drione Dust makes sure even layers and amount are spread to make the job easier we recommend tool such as bellow duster or centrobulb duster.

Delta Dust Bedbug Insecticide Bedbug Insecticide uses a contact kill method to control pest. Once the pest has come in to contact with Delta Dust Bedbug Insecticide Bedbug Insecticide the pest will have enough time to carry the insecticide back to its colony/ hive and expose the insecticide to the rest of the colony. Delta Dust Bedbug Insecticide Bedbug Insecticide is a complete moisture proof allowing it to work in many damp locations. If left undisturbed the residual will last up to 8 months Dust Bedbug Insecticide Bedbug Insecticide control most common house hold pest. When using the Delta Dust Bedbug Insecticide Bedbug Insecticide make sure even layers and amount are spread to make the job easier we recommend tool such as bellow duster or centrobulb duster.

Alpine Dust is and  natural product that is harmless to you. Alpine Dust is odorless and is most used when controlling bed bugs. Works well in cracks and crevices, useful in any area. Alpine Dust can be used indoors and outdoors. Alpine Dust mildness is safe for pets and children. When using Alpine Dust it is recommended if used with a Dusting Tool such as bellow bulb to get an even spread throughout.

Tempo 1% Dust uses a knockdown method to kill pests. The fast acting formula kills as soon as it comes into contact, well known for its ability to control bees, wasp, hornets, ants and many more. Tempo 1% Dust is odorless and stainless dust that can be used outdoors and indoors. Tempo 1% Dust can be directly applied into voids and crevices. For this product we recommend using a hand duster such as Bellow Bulb Duster to get an even spread and is able to reach those small hard to reach area.

ALL THE BED BUG CONTROL PRODUCTS

RECOMMENDATIONS

GENTROL AEROSOL (IGR) GENTROL IGR LIQUID CONCENTRATE - 1 OZ
Gentrol IGR Bed Bug Aerosol Spary Gentrol IGR Liquid Concentrate

Kits

BED BUG BASIC KIT BED BUG KIT FOR 2 ROOMS bedbug kit for 4 rooms
Bed Bug Basic Kit Bed Bug Kit For 2 Rooms Bed Bug Kit for 4 Rooms

Sprays

BEDLAM BED BUG INSECTICIDE SPRAY REST EASY BED BUG SPRAY STERI-FAB BED BUGS SPRAY
Bedlam Bed Bug Insecticide Spray Rest Easy Steri Fab

Dust

DELTA DUST pyganic  Alpine Dust
Delta Dust PyGanic Dust Alpine Dust

Liquid

Fenvastar ECOCAP DEMAND CS  LambdaStar 9.7% CS
Fenvastar Ecocap Demand CS LambdaStar 9.7% CS

WP (Wettable Powder)

TEMPO ULTRA WP
Tempo Ultra WP
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Date: Monday, 4. January 2010 12:39
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  1. 1

    I would like to share my experience to help others – 8 months ago I started waking up with 3-10 itchy bumps on my body every morning. We immediately got out apt checked for bed bugs and were told that absolutely nothing was there. 8 Months later after allergy tests, diet changes, and awful nights of little sleep – we are now told we have bed bugs.

  2. 2

    Thank you for sharing that with us, Vanessa.

    It is true that it is very difficult to detect bed bugs– they have many hiding spots.
    They also only come out an hour or so before dawn to feed.
    Once you are infested, it is a long and very aggravating process to get rid of them.

    That is why it’s good to detect them early– or take precautions!

  3. 3

    what is the most effective chemical name & potent
    available to the consumer that has no license to spray ?

  4. 4

    Hi Judi Paxson,
    It really depends on what your pest is and where you applying it. But honestly, it is not really a matter of how potent or how strong a chemical is. If you want complete control, you have to have an integrated approach to the control. Much of the time, simple structural changes and mechanical changes without the use of pesticides will dramatically affect the outcome of control and pesticides are just used as a supplement to control. That means that depending on the infestation, what chemicals you use or where you apply it as well as the changes you will need to make to the structure will all vary. If you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to contact us again.

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