Bedlam Plus aerosol insecticide was manufactured with the sole intent to treat pyrethroid-resistant bed bugs. Resistant bed bugs are a major issue across the country as many pyrethroid products have been used for years. Bedlam Plus uses a dual mode of action that kills the toughest pyrethroid-resistant bed bugs fast. Best of all it kills bed bug eggs too! Bedlam Plus uses a combination of quick kill and residual control which is proven to kill resistant bed bugs and their eggs for two weeks after treatment.
Use as an indoor spot spray or crack and crevice treatment. Spray in an inconspicuous area to test for possible staining. Evaluate test area after drying. Hold container upright with nozzle aimed away from you. Depress valve and spray from a distance of 8 to 10 inches. Spray each square foot until damp. Use the straw applicator for crack and crevice treatment. Allow sprayed articles and surfaces to dry thoroughly before using. Do not allow children or pets to contact treated areas until surfaces are dry.
To Kill Crawling Insect:
Apply as a spot or crack and crevice treatment where insects are harboring, traveling, or breeding. Treat interior entry points such as around windows, doors, and water pipes. Also treat feeding or hiding areas such as baseboards, carpet, floor, rugs, under refrigerators, cabinets, sinks, and stoves.
This stuff used in combination with sweeping and cleaning and eco-pco-dx-dust has worked. Discovered a bedbug problem about 3 months ago and started a persistent campaign against them consisting of a weekly complete breakdown, cleaning and spraying of bed hardware, betting and mattress along with dusting the parameter of my apartment and around the bed.. its been weeks since ive seen a live bug and even longer since ive seen a live adult.. am going to bi weekly now and if all goes well done to monthly and so forth. Its a tough problem but it is beatable and this product was one of the key ingredients.. Buy it buy the case though youre gonna need alot of it and its more economical by the case
I wrote another review about Bedlam, but I also used Bedlam plus mainly for perimeter and carpet and this stuff is truly amazing!!! I have a mild infestation of bed bugs in my bedroom and if you have carpeting and bed bugs, then you understand my HELL. The spray on this is really powerful too and that is exactly what I was looking for. I can do a long reach on my carpeting and spray my whole apartment down in a sweeping motion in under 20 minutes (would be 10 but of course I stop to drown them if I spot them) so far I've done one treatment, but the kill was amazing, kills them instantly! I would definently recommend this and the regular Bedlam along with drione dust....these products have made me sane again and kill quick and leaves a nice residue, which is extremly important since I live in an apartment in between two neighbors that are infested and always bombing....argh :) Thanks!
I puchased Bedlam Plus based on their product promotion and some of the reviews which I am now a little suspicious. I applied it per the instructions and directly when I found bed bugs but in some cases the bed bugs seem to just swim in it. A week later it had little to no effect. I think the maker overstates their product at the least. Wish I could get my money back.
Is it safe to use Bedlam Plus on a couch? Is putting a towel over area sprayed advisable?
Bedlam Plus is specifically labeled for use on furniture. Apply to tufts, folds, edges, sides and seams until damp. Allow to dry before reuse. Do not spray the entire surface of the cushions or back as this is not necessary. As long as you follow the product label instructions you should not need to put anything over the treated areas. Please review the Bedlam Plus product label for complete usage instructions.
Or doesit have a residual knock down power
Ie were its sprayed it will have k/o power if bed bug crosses it? Any would the bed bug die?
If it does have a residual k/o effect how long does it last for? Thanks again.
Bedlam Plus does offer a residual and a contact kill. The residual killing power will last for up to two weeks.
Bedlam Plus is safe to use in a home with cats as long you follow the product label instructions. Remove the cat from the room while you are applying the product. The cat can re-enter the room as soon as the treatment has dried.
Is Bedlam Plus safe for already encased mattress and boxspring protectors?
Hi is this product safe for beds already encased? I am currently using Saferest brand encasements. If this spray should come in contact with the encasement will it destroy the encasement (ie burn a hole in it or somehow destroy the zippers)?
Bedlam Plus should not damage any fabric that water itself will not damage. The manufacturer has tested the product as many fabrics as possible and the product is not known to cause damage. We do recommend you spray a small inconspicuous area to test for staining as not every single fabric could feasibly be tested.
Once you spray it on furniture or the edges of the apartment hardwood floors and cracks, it seems to dry quickly and fast and it never stays wet. How does it continue to kill Bed bugs and eggs the spray dies quickly? Or for continues killing, the dusts are better? I have 12 month old baby, so careful not to apply dusts which he could touch. Thanks
Yes, New Bedlam Plus Aerosol is a residual, meaning that it will keep the insecticide on the surface sprayed and continue to kill the insects that come in contact with it. This particular aerosol does not have to stay wet in order for it to work properly. We do recommend using Cimexa dust inside the wall voids for long term treatment. You want to make sure you are not using too much dust. A thin layer is perfectly fine inside the wall voids. The bed bugs will walk across it and dry out over time. It does take longer to work than an aerosol insecticide.