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Bed Bug Treating Method

Monday, 4. January 2010 12:53

Bed bug treating method using sprays (liquid form)

Liquid Insecticides:

Insecticides that mainly consist of one or more kinds of Pyrethroids work faster in knocking down the pests that come in direct contact with the product or its residue. Depending on the pest, Pyrethroids can be irritating and repellent and therefore the bugs may avoid the treated surfaces. This is why it is very important to only spray the recommended dilution rate listed on the product label by the manufacturer.

Recommended liquid concentrated insecticides to use against bed bugs would be Fenvastar Ecocap,  Cyonara 9.7, Cyzmic CS,  Demand CS, Suspend SC.  All liquid concentrated pesticides carry a delay kill effect which allows the pests to take the exposed pesticide and spread it to the rest of the colony. Although liquid concentrated insecticides have a delay kill effect, it is most efficient for long term control.

The finished solution is recommended to be applied with a one gallon hand sprayer as a coarse, low-pressure spray to harborage areas including crevices, baseboards, loose plaster, behind bed frames and headboards, beneath beds and furniture, and to bedsprings and bed frames.. Try to make direct contact with as many bedbugs as possible. These products are usually not effective in killing Bedbug eggs.

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