The Bug Duster is a versatile dust applicator that was made with the PCO in mind. From the flexible wand that allows you to maneuver into hard to reach areas while the LED light that is built into the handle shines a light on the area that is being treated, to the large 32 oz. reservoir that allows you to spend more time applying and less time filling, to the battery that lasts several days on a single charge, the Bug Duster allows you to get the job done faster without having to wait around. The 24 in. wand that is connected to the 48 in. hose will let you get to even the hardest places to reach like ceiling tiles, bathroom equipment, and kitchen equipment.
Insect control, indoor, outdoor, hard to reach areas
Yes, when used as directed.
Based on Battery 5 years
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Fully Assembled. Smooth fabric reinforced vinyl case easily wipes clean with a damp cloth. Hand straps, shoulder straps and belt loops provide three carry options. Thumb activated switch on handle. LED light on handle. Sealed air pump. Electric control module - on/off Switch.
Vinyl carrying case with shoulder straps and belt loops. Battery and charger. Air comressor. Hose with flexible, durable wand. Material reservoir. Angled brass tip
I want to give this 3.5 stars but the rating system won't let me.
PROS- It's a great duster, I love using it. It really allows me to apply the perfect amounts of dust to all sorts of weird places. If you do a lot of dusting, I definitely recommend it. The long wand & light are great features.
CONS- This is really only practical for COMMERCIAL use. The design is so cheap. Its basically built attached to a glorified kids lunch box. The color - BRIGHT RED? Couldn't make it Gray? Black? Brown? The housing is soft, not sturdy. I'm always paranoid that I'm going to break it in the truck. The dust container sits inside a zipper compartment which constantly slides down and makes it loose. If this thing was $200 or less, i'd give it 5 stars... but $400 for a duster inside of a bright red childs lunch box... I just don't know.
Final Thoughts - I operate a bed bug extermination company. I use this thing a lot, so I can justify having it. Ask yourself if you can REALLY put this thing to good use before you buy it.
Just did my first service with the Bug Duster. First, the appearance of the Bug Duster is underwhelming at over $400 in cost. You will have to get over the initial feeling that you have been "hosed again with another equipment farce." The Bug Duster worked very well for me and delivered well. I really like the light that is a part of the system. I like the way dust products can be delivered to the target areas in manageable amounts. You can control delivery. Worked great on my first service. Now, we will see if the Bug Duster will stand up over time and abuse. How did Bug Duster makers come up with the price?
I have used the bug duster - battery powered dust applicator with food grade diatomaceous earth for 5 years to kill all kinds of bugs around the outside of the house. We have used an exterminator but the carpenter ants were still getting in (we're surrounded by trees). I simply spray it around the foundation of the house and under the deck. I do it after every rain event in case some of the DE has washed away. If there is a nest of ants, I flip over the rock with the duster in hand and spray away. I love the fact that if birds eat the insects, it will not harm them as it is not poison. After 5 years the battery died and I am thrilled batteries are available.
30 day money back guarantee for Bug Duster - Battery Powered Dust Applicator
If I try it and don't like it, do I send it back to DoMyOwnPestControl or must I deal with the manufacturer?
Bug Duster - Battery Powered Dust Applicator does have a 30 day money back through the manufacturer. Meaning that if you are unhappy with the product after 30 days, you can contact us, we will refund you and then the company will credit us.
How long typically does the battery last per charge?
I'm a pro pest tech looking for a power duster to dust block fence posts for scorpion control here in Arizona. I do an average of 15 homes per day. Each fence post is 6 feet tall with two edges to do per post. I'd guess that the average number of posts per house is 20. Thanks.
According to the manufacturer the bug duster can last for several days on a single charge depending on how much you use it. This product is new to our inventory so for other questions, the manufacturer would better be able to assist you as they will be an expert on their own product. You can reach American Durable at 651-455-6314.
Can you remove and replace the battery or is it built in? Are other parts replaceable on the unit?
The Bug Duster comes with a battery and a charger. According to the manufacturer, the Bug Duster can last for several days on a single charge depending on how much you use it. This product is new to our inventory so for other questions, the manufacturer would better be able to assist you as they will be an expert on their own product. You can reach American Durable at 651-455-6314.
I need parts for my power duster, just seeing if I can get them.
I need a knew plastic container that holds the dust and the nipple that goes into the top of the screw on cover. I don't know what the problem is but when in use the dust wants to come out of the cover and there's pressure like the cover wants to pop off. It will shoot big puffs the will barely spray, thats when I noticed dust coming out from the cover. In need of help..
We apologize but we do not carry any replacement parts for the Bug Duster. We would recommend contacting the manufacturer directly for troubleshooting on what the issue is. American Durable can be reached at 1-800-663-4043.