Most people use a combination of bed bug sprays and bed bug powders to kill off bed bugs fast. Bed bugs are notoriously difficult to get rid of and finding the right spray to eliminate bed bugs is not always easy. Many natural residual bed bug sprays contain natural ingredients that have a proven
If you have a small case of bed bugs and you catch it in the early stages, a spray would be a good bed bug killer for your bedroom. However, if you have a large infestation and you are getting a number of bed bug bites , its best to call an exterminator to help you as it's almost impossible to do it completely by yourself.
It would appear that overall, studies are showing that natural oils like those in Bed Bug Bully are not really proving effective as a bed bug killer. Some people seem to have had success when they spray onto the bugs directly. But then again, it appears that it would be unlikely that this would make any significant change in the infestations.
BedBugGuide Our spray kills the bugs or eggs on contact only. Spray will kill bed bugs until the sprayed surface is wet and they come in contact with it. If the bugs or eggs are not present then it will not kill with residual effect.
Bed bug spray is an insecticide based spray that works great for bed bugs that you can see and spray directly, but has no effect on the majority that you can't. Most of the sprays will kill bed bugs that come into direct contact within a few minutes. Some sprays have a residual effect for up to 48 hours,
If label permits, applying a repellent spray to a bag you're taking into an environment for a short amount of time you think may have bed bugs to keep bed bugs off of it. Remember though that the spray may only last for a few hours so this may not work for suitcases and traveling for long periods of time as the spray will break down quickly.