According to independent testing results, Bed Bug Patrol is the top all-natural spray. This product contains natural ingredients such as peppermint, coconut extract oil and cloves. The product has been verified to be effective, but also completely safe to humans and pets.
Decades old natural pyrethrin insecticides can be effective - I eliminated a major mattress/box spring bedroom infestation of bed bugs via setting off an old fashion total release natural pyrethrin aerosol fogger inside the bedroom while the mattress and box spring were turned on their sides and a floor fan was running to circulate the insecticidal fog thoroughly all over the room.
Direction for Use: Shake well before use. Direct spray on mattress (especially the seams and edges), bed frame, head board, base and legs of bed, wall edge, base borad, furniture, couch, cushions, rugs, any cracks or crevices and dark spot where bed bugs may occur or hide.
The following paragraphs discuss in more details each of the more commonly used chemical classes for bed bugs. Learn more about effectiveness of bed bug pesticides. Pyrethrins and Pyrethroids: Pyrethrins and pyrethroids are the most common compounds used to control bed bugs and other indoor pests. Pyrethrins are botanical insecticides derived from chrysanthemum flowers.
Inorganic materials such as diatomaceous earth or amorphous silica gel may be used in conjunction with other methods to manage a bed bug infestation, provided they are used in a dry environment. Upon contact with such dust-like materials, the waxy outer layer of the insect's exoskeleton is disrupted, which causes them to dehydrate.
There is only one biochemical pesticide that your exterminator can use for bed bug removal: cold pressed neem oil. This is pressed directly from a Neem tree's seeds. The Neem tree is a tropical evergreen tree found growing throughout Africa and Southeast Asia.