Hot Shot Bed Bug Killer With Egg Kill kills bed bugs and bed bug eggs by contact and also offers control of fleas and dust mites. This non-staining, no odor formula can be used for spot treatment of mattress tufts, folds, vent holes and seams. To use this product, spray intended use areas until damp, but do not saturate.
Hot Shot Bed Bug & Flea Home Insect Killer kills bed bugs and bed bug eggs by contact and also offers control of fleas, brown dog ticks and other listed insects. Use on mattresses, luggage and bed frames as well as cracks and crevices in sleeping areas to control bed bug adults and their eggs.
For control of bed bugs and bed bug eggs: Apply as a spot treatment to cracks and crevices around baseboards, floorboards, bedboards and walls. Allow treated surfaces to dry thoroughly before use. Allow treated surfaces to dry thoroughly before use.
A number of users have compared this to Harris and Hot Shot finding it be more effective when applied to furniture, carpets, and other bed bug hiding areas. The one drawback from Bayer's spray is the significant amount of fumes it puts off.
Yes. Hot Shot Bed Bug and Flea Fogger do kill lice. However, it seems like an extreme measure to use against lice. Unlike bed bugs and fleas, lice die within a few days if they don't have a person to munch on. Bed bugs, and sometimes fleas, leave little choice but to resort to pesticides. When it comes to lice, hard work and a few days are sufficient.
Hot Shot manufactures a fogger it claims will eliminate fleas and bedbugs. Using Hot Shot Bedbug and Flea fogger requires some preparation before setting off the foggers. Purchase enough foggers to adequately cover your home. Hot Shot recommends using one fogger for each 4,000 square feet.