Bug bombs (insect foggers) are pest control products that are intended to fill a room with a pesticide solution. They are ideal for extensive and widespread infestations that have not responded to bug sprays and other methods of pest control. Because they are more powerful and widespread than some of their counterparts, bug bombs and foggers
If you've already used a fogger or " bed bug bomb" to try to get rid of bed bugs, STOP. And don't do anything else yourself. Your best bet is to try to find an experienced exterminator that really knows about bed bugs and is willing to treat environments where total release foggers have been released.
Raid® Concentrated DEEP REACH™ Fogger kills bugs where they hide and keeps killing with residual action for up to two months. Treat an entire room (25' x 25' with an 8' ceiling) with our penetrating bug-killing fog that reaches deep into hard-to-reach areas, cracks and crevices.
Real-Kill Indoor Fogger penetrates into cracks, crevices and carpet fibers to kill hidden bugs. This non-staining formula kills ants (excluding red imported fire ants and pharaoh ants), black carpet beetles, brown dog ticks, crickets, earwigs, firebrats, fleas, palmetto bugs, pillbugs, rice weevils, roaches, saw tooth grain beetles, silverfish, spiders, waterbugs and other listed insects.
Summary: Flea bombs, sometimes called a flea fogger, have been used for years to effectively control fleas in homes throughout the world. However, using a flea bomb can put your family and pets at risk due to the chemical residue that remains after use and should only be used in extreme circumstances where there is a massive flea infestation (or a battle that you have just been unable to win
Bed Bug Spray On "Steroids" Protects Your Family Without Toxic Chemicals? "I am taking time to write this to enlighten folks who are or have never experienced a bed bug infestation. There is no way that I can make this a real short story but I think you might be interested in something that you think could never happen to you.