EcoRaider All-Natural Bed Bug Killer Travel Spray is a must have for frequent travelers! It is backed by science, EcoRaider kills 100% of bed bug that was tested and certified by the entomology lab at Rutgers University. It is reported as the number 1 bed bug killer spray that is natural and most effective in the journal of Pest Control Technology. It is all natural and made from aromatic plants and naturally derived ingredients as a booster. EcoRaider contains a formula that is safe for pets and children but will kill bed bugs and eggs naturally and fast. There is no need for dilution or evacuation so all you have to do is spray for easy use.
Suggestion: Treat areas immediately after checking in or around 2 hours before sleep for results.
Comes in 3 sizes:
2 x 2 oz travel bottle pack (one 2 ounce bottle will protect a bed for a week. Great size for carry on luggage.
Directions for Use: Shake well before use. Direct spray inside and outside of suitcase for repellency. Direct spray on hotel mattress with linen removed, bed frame, head board, base and legs of bed, couch, cushion, area under cushion or any dark spot where bed bug may occur. Spray at least 2 hours before sleep. A 2 oz bottle is good for treating one bed.
As long as there are bedbugs, and especially bedbugs in my life, I never want to be without this product. No other product available to me has the efficacy that EcoRaider has. After battling bedbugs for a year without any consistent success EcoRaider Bedbug Killer had me freed of bedbugs in thirty days.
This product was recommended by a friend who had had a beg bug problem. After not being able to find this product in local stores, I decided to search for it on line. I found this product to be very effective in controlling the bed bugs in my home, and would definitely recommend it to others.
The smell reminds me of toothpaste and some kind of herb,but it's bearable.It really works,but the price is a little expensive so I ordered other things that is less expensive and will work just as well
How long is the residual effect claimed in the info for EcoRaider Insect Killer Spray?
I don't see anything in the ingredient list or on the MSDS that makes me think there would be a residual effect of any significance. My problem is biting mites that have taken over my home. I've been battling them for years and have tried most things already. Thanks.