Bedlam will kill within a matter of minutes depending on which aged bed bug comes in contact with the treated area. In order to eradicate the bed bugs from the unit and prevent them from coming in from other units you want to treat the wall voids as well. You can use something such as Delta dust to dust inside wall voids such as outlets and light switches. Also, it does take time and persistence to fully eradicate bed bugs. If you have further questions please call us at toll free 866-581-7378.
In addition to any heat treatments for bedbug control, we highly recommend that you apply the products in our Bedbug Kits. This will offer all the necessary products for a professional treatment and the follow up applications. You can apply the Bedlam to the crevices and allow to completely dry and apply the CimeXa Dust under the baseboards or under carpeted edges. Please take a few moments to review our treatment article/videos.
If you had trouble using Steri-Fab, then we would recommend switching to a water-base product (Steri-Fab has an alcohol base). A popular choice would be Bedlam Aerosol, which also comes with a crack and crevice straw for easy spot and joint applications. Bedlam is generally safe on most surfaces, however we would still recommend testing a small area if the furniture has shown sensitivity to other sprays.
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.
You can return to the area once the Bedlam Insecticide is dry.
Bedlam Aerosol is labeled to treat carpet beetles and clothes moths as a crack and crevice treatment. Although it is water-based, we cannot recommend using it directly on taxidermied items. D-Force is a different aerosol product which is frequently used as a crack and crevice spray for cloth mothes and hide beetles. We do also sell a variety of Clothes Moth Traps and Beetle Traps, but be sure to select a trap appropriate for the pest you are treating.
Bedlam Insecticide Aerosol is not labeled to be used on skin. We would recommend speaking with your physician for recomendations on a product they can prescribe that can be used on your skin.
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If Bedlam Insecticide Aerosol has frozen, the effectiveness may be reduced. It wouldn’t hurt anything if you want to try to use it once it thaws, but if you find that you’re not getting the same results as you did before it froze, we would recommend purchasing new product.
Bedlam Insecticide Aerosol is safe when applied as directed on the label. People should be out of the area during treatment until dry other than the applicator. If you feel safer wearing a mask and gloves you may do so but it is not required. Application should be directed to cracks and crevices.