Yes, Temprid SC is labeled for Bed Bug control. Please see the supplemental label link under the product picture on the Temprid SC page on our website for more information. Temprid SC can be applied to the tufts, folds and seams of mattresses, boxsprings and upholstered furniture. It can also be applied as a crack and crevice treatment to all baseboards, moldings, beneath floor coverings and carpets, closets, shelves, curtains, furniture and picture frames that may provide harborage areas for bed bugs.
Temprid would be a great choice for you. For infested mattresses, remove linens and wash before reuse. Apply to tufts, seams, folds, and edges until moist. Allow to dry before remaking bed.
Apply to bedsprings, box springs, and the interior of bed frames or headboards, including all cracks and joints.
When bed bugs are found in upholstered furniture, apply only to the infested tufts, seams, folds and edges, but do not apply to flat surfaces where prolonged human contact will occur. If bugs heavily infest furniture (inside cushions and/or batting) apply a labeled insecticide dust.
Apply as a crack and crevice treatment to all baseboards, moldings, beneath floor coverings and carpets, closets, shelves, curtains, furniture and picture frames that may provide harborage to bed bugs.
Temprid prevents bed bug infestations for up to 6 months.
Please make sure to follow the product label closely.
Yes, Temprid SC Insecticide is labeled to be applied in and around a home that has pets. Keep them out of the area during the application and they can return when the treated areas are completely dry. Your pet would need to ingest tons and tons of treated insects to have an effect on her.
To remove the Temprid SC residual you can mop, steam, or scrub the product off the baseboards and walls once it has dried. Temprid will not be absorbed into the floors or furniture if has been stained or treated in anyway and can be removed as instructed.
Yes, Temprid SC can be applied by homeowners to their own homes if the product can be shipped to your state. The mixing ratio is 8 ml per gallon of water. This will treat 1000 square feet.