Yes, Bedlam is labeled for lice. Please be aware that it is not for use on humans or animals.
It is not nessasary to leave your home after using Bedlam Insecticide Aerosol to treat your home. Bedlam is a water-based and non-irritating product, so it can be used to spot treat bedding and mattresses when controlling bed bugs. In addition, the product will not stain water-safe fabrics and surfaces. Bedlam is labeled for use in homes, apartments, schools, hotels and healthcare facilities.
Bedlam Insecticide isn’t labeled for applications inside of vehicles. If using for bedbugs inside the vehicle use Crossfire Aerosol this is labeled for vehicles and will not stain surfaces. It recommends testing in an inconspicuous area first and allowing the area to dry before using in large areas.
We recommend that you vacuum every couple of days. You can apply DE to wall voids, electrical outlets, light switch plates and other areas where you do not want to treat with a liquid (around electrical wiring etc). You can mix Gentrol IGR and FenvaStar EcoCap together with water and apply to the baseboards and other listed areas on the product label. Bedlam can be applied the cracks and crevices of baseboards, headboards, footboards, hard surface furniture, behind picture frames and wall hangings, seams of the mattress, etc. We do recommend that you spray upholstered furniture with SteriFab. Below are some very helpful bedbug articles on treatment, inspection and prevention.
Bedlam Insecticide Aerosol is not labeled to be used as a broadcast on flooring so if this was done it would be recommended to mop the area to remove the product. Treatment using Bedlam should be directed to the cracks and crevices around the room and of the flooring instead of all over. Please see our Flea Treatment Guide for more tips and information about treating for this pest.