Hot Shot Bedbug & Flea Home Insect Killer is meant to be used in conjunction with Hot Shot Fogger to treat minor bed bug infestations. The pros and cons take the mystery out of this insect-killing spray. Using a professional exterminator is always best.
EcoRaider is the only natural product that kills bed bugs with 100% efficacy, according to Entomological Society of America journal publication. Among a dozen of products (including 2 for professional and 10 for consumer) labeled for bed bugs, EcoRaider® is by far the best in killing bed bug eggs.
Bed bugs think and act differently than most insects and in most situations where people use Raid they actually end up making their bed bug problems even worse. Why Raid Won't Kill Bed Bugs First off, Raid is mostly used as a bug repellent (and not a poison).
Raid bed bug spray can be used as a spot treatment or surface spray. You can apply the product over a large area as a surface spray. You can also use it to treat tight spots such as cracks and crevices by lifting up its yellow precision wand.
Use foggers (bug bombs) only with extreme care and only if bed bugs are listed on the label. Improper use can harm your health or cause a fire or explosion. Foggers should not be your only method of bed bug control. The spray will not reach the cracks and crevices where bed bugs hide. See Should I Use a Fogger? for more information.
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