A single 1.05-ounce flea fogger treats up to 625 square feet, so one package of three foggers can treat up to 1,875 square feet of living space. Raid warns that you should not use the cans in rooms smaller than 5ft x 5ft, and you should not place more than one can in any single room.
A product of Spectrum Brand Holdings Inc., Hot Shot bed bug bomb is both a bed bug and flea fogger. It has chemicals that are toxic to bed bugs, fleas, lice and ticks among other insects. This product is one of the foggers that have been voted ineffective in the treatment of bed bug infestations.
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.
The Raid Flea Fogger and Raid Flea Spray are best used in tandem. The spray offers localized coverage, whereas the fogger gets into all the nooks and crannies that are inaccessible by hand. Overall, we give Raid Flea Products our recommendation, if your flea infestation has become out of control.
June 3, 2012 -- Bug bombs and other insect foggers may be no match for pesky bedbugs. A new study confirms that these commonly used pesticides are ineffective against the current bedbug invasion
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