Bed bug bomb kills bed bugs by continuously fumigating/spraying the entire room with bed bug killing insecticide - any bed bug or eggs that comes into contact with this chemical dies. The bed bug bombs, also known as foggers, are packed in pressurized can/canister in aerosol form.
Hot Shot Flea Bombs - This product has been recommended by a number of readers as it kills a number of pests in addition to fleas. According to the label, it can eliminate lice, ticks and even bed bugs! The canisters also cover a larger area then others and while I haven't personally used this one, feedback indicates that it works well!
Aerosol "bug bombs" or "fumigators" are also mostly ineffective in eliminating bed bugs. Aerosol insecticides mainly kill insects that are exposed, and out of their hiding places, not those hidden behind baseboards, in cracks and crevices of the bed, under carpet edging and in walls. Steps for do-it-yourself bed bug control
Total release foggers, sometime called "bug bombs," are pesticide products that spray out all at once. They are used to control cockroaches, fleas, and other insect pests. Most foggers contain pyrethrin or pyrethroid pesticides, plus aerosol propellants that make a fog that fills the room.
The reason is simple: The pesticide in a bug bomb (which is not always particularly effective against roaches, fleas, bedbugs, or silverfish) kills only those bugs with which it comes in direct contact. Most household pests are well known for their ability to hide under baseboards, inside cupboards and mattresses, in drains, and along baseboards.
Perseverance and determination is the key to get rid of bed bugs permanently. Bed bugs are pesky creatures that lay hundreds of eggs and disturb your much needed sleep. Therefore, simply treating your premises with a suitable bed bug removal treatment once or twice is not enough - you need to repeat the procedure at […]