Linda from Detroit, Mi writes
There are a few insecticides that claim to kill bedbug eggs. Phantom II Aerosol Spray , Sterifab and Bedlam. You should note that those insecticides that claim to kill bedbug eggs must be directly sprayed on the eggs and they are only about 75%-85% effective at actually killing the egg. You will still be required to do retreatments every 7-10 days until you do not receive any more bedbug bites and also see no further evidence that they are active (blood stains, feces or cast skins).
Answer last updated on: 06/21/2018