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STEP-BY-STEP BED BUG TREATMENT GUIDE

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

Why do I need to use so many different products?

It is important to treat the many different areas that bedbugs hide. Each product included in the kit has a specific function to help eliminate a bedbug infestation. Using the same active ingredient over and over can lead to resistance and make extermination even more difficult.

What is the Guarantee that these Bed Bug products will work against Bed bug at my Home or Business?

Our bed bug kits feature top of the line products, the same products used by pest control professionals. Each kit comes with full instructions that explain exactly how and where to apply the products. Our kits have a very high success rate when customers follow the instructions, take their time, and treat thoroughly.

Can I use Bug bombs or Fogging?

Space treatments ("fogging" and "bug bombs") are ineffective against well-hidden bed bugs and may cause bed bugs to scatter making eradication more difficult.

How many rooms should I have to treat for complete eradication of Bed bug?

Depend on type of property, you will treat room as per. See below three type of construction viz; Ground Floor, 2 Floor and three floor property.





How many treatments should I have to do for complete eradication of Bed bug?

The first application may not give complete or immediate control; approximately 7 - 10 days post inspection, and another inspection of the premises is required to confirm that all Bed bugs were eliminated. This inspection must be as through as the preliminary inspection (described above), and if bugs are found again, control procedures must be repeated.

See below step 1 to 5 with pictures and information on how and where to use every product in your kit.

Inspection sites of Bed bugs

Room Preparation

THE MORE PREPARATION THAT IS DONE, THE MORE EFFECTIVE THE TREATMENT WILL BE. LITTLE TO NO PREPARATION WILL RESULT IN POOR CONTROL RESULTS.









Chemical control

Successful bed bug control is thoroughly treating all of the cracks & crevices where bed bugs hide. You should be spending at least 1-2 hours inspecting and treating each infested room. See below diagram that will guide you on where to treat:

Room diagram ©BASF

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Temprid FX Insecticide


 

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 1 Gallon spray Pump

 

Chapin 1 Gallon Pump Sprayer (#20000) (Sold separately)

Instructions for Use:

  1. Fill the sprayer tank half full with water.
  2. Add Temprid FX Insecticide 8 ml (0.27 fl oz) i.e. 0.075% of Temprid SC Insecticide per gal of water. Make sure to read the product label for the insecticide you want to use.
  3. Fill the sprayer tank the rest of the way full with water to make one gallon, close the lid firmly, and agitate the tank to make sure the insecticide/water solution is mixed well.
  4. Pump the tank to pressurize it by using the pump handle and apply the insecticide using the wand.
  5. The spray nozzle on the wand can be adjusted to allow for wide or narrow spray patterns.


Use diluted solution within 24 hours of mixing. Shake or stir before each use.

Adjust the nozzle on the sprayer until you have a coarse (flat fan nozzle), low-pressure spray. Recommend cleaning of floors and surfaces by vacuuming.


Flat-fan nozzle Pin Point nozzle

Flat fan produce a fan type spray pattern. These patterns provide an even coat of spray on flat surfaces.

Pin stream nozzles produce solid stream of spray and used to spray into various cracks & Crevices, or in some cases, to project a solid stream of spray

 

Apply as a flat-fan,

Low-pressure spray on harborage areas including; Spray bugs and eggs directly wherever possible following site directions below

A low fine mist is best for most spraying, but you may need to use a stream to get into some cracks and crevices. If you can't get into the cracks and crevices use Temprid Ready spray (B) described below with its crack and crevice tips to reach into these areas.

Temprid SC Insecticide only kills adult bed bugs.

BED BUG TREATMENT:

Use Rate:0.075% - 0.27 fl oz. (8 milliliters) of Temprid FX Insecticide per gal of water.

Controls bed bug populations that are resistant to pyrethroid insecticides. Efficacy of this product is not affected by heat treatments, so applications can be made before heat treatments in integrated bed bug elimination programs. Spray bugs and eggs directly wherever possible following site directions below. Bed bug eggs that are directly treated with this product are killed outright, and young nymphs that emerge from eggs are killed by dried residues. 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 head boards, 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 or consider fumigation.

Apply as a crack and crevice treatment to all baseboards, moldings, beneath floorcoverings and carpets, closets, shelves, curtains, furniture and picture frames that mayprovide harborage tobed bugs.Inside empty luggage, apply to seams, folds and edges until moist; removeall clothesand other articles from luggage before application and allow treated areas to thoroughlydry before use.

Re-apply every 7 to 10 days, as needed, until infestation is eliminated.

Interval between applications: Re-apply every 7 to 10 days, as needed, until infestation is eliminated.

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    On and around headbaord frame attached to wall (all 4 sides) 
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    Crack & Crevice behind Headboard
     
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    Layer 1: Upper fold, tufts & seams of mattress 
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    Layer 1: Lower fold, tufts & seams of mattress 
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    Layer 2: Upper fold, tufts & seams of mattress 
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    Layer 2: Lower fold tufts & seams of mattress 
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    Layer 1: Upper fold, tufts & seams of box Spring 
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    Layer 1: Lower fold, tufts & seams of box spring 
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    Inside Perimeter of box spring 
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    At the joints of Staple folds of Box spring (before application remove stapled black or white cloth behind box spring) 
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    Spring coil area of box spring 
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    At the joints of box spring frame 
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    Treat under the baseboard, sill plate and under the carpet tack strips. 
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    Treat under, behind, and into cracks and crevices of baseboard/decorative moldings 
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    Crack and crevice treatment to curtain fold 
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    Beneath floor coverings and carpets, closets, shelves.
     
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    Crack and crevice treatment behind & below all furniture's. 
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    crack and crevice treatment behind Mirror
     
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    crack and crevice treatment behind Picture frame 

Note: 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 or consider fumigation.

Read product label for more information.

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     Temprid Ready spray

Shack it well before each use.

Temprid Ready to Use in the aerosol form will kill all stages of bed bugs including the eggs.

Bed Bug Treatment:

Spray Bed bugs and eggs directly wherever possible; this product kills bed bug eggs that are directly treated and young nymphs emerging form eggs are killed by dried residues.

Remove linens and wash before reuse.

On infested mattresses apply only as spot treatment to tufts, seams, folds, and edges until moist, allow mattress to dry before remaking bed. Apply to bed springs, box springs, and the interior of bed frames or headboards, including all cracks and joints.

When upholster furniture is infested, apply as spot treatment only to the infested tufts, seams, folds and edges.

Apply as a crack and crevice treatment to all baseboards, moldings, beneath floor covering and carpets, closets, shelves, curtains, furniture's and picture frames that may provide harborage to bed bugs. Inside empty luggage, apply to seams, folds and edges until moist, remove all clothes and other articles form luggage before application and allow treated areas to thoroughly dry before use.

Interval between applications: In most cases re-apply next 2 times every 7 to 10 days interval or until infestation is eliminated.

See below application of Temprid Reay Spray according to label Instructions.

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    Layer 1: Upper fold, tufts & seams of mattress  
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    Layer 1: Upper fold, tufts & seams of mattress 
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    Layer 2: Upper fold, tufts & seams of mattress  
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    Layer 2: Lower fold, tufts & seams of mattress
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    Layer 1: Upper fold, tufts & seams of box Spring
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    Layer 1: Lower fold, tufts & seams of box spring
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    Layer 2: Upper fold, tufts & seams of box spring
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    At the joints of Staple folds of Box spring (before application remove stapled black or white cloth behind box spring)
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    At the joints of Staple folds of Box spring (before application remove stapled black or white cloth
    behind box spring)
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    At the joints of box spring frame



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    Spring coil area of box spring
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    Crack & Crevice Treatment around headbaord
    frame attached to wall (all 4 sides)
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    Crack & Crevice behind Headboard
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    Crack & Crevice behind Headboard
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    Recessed screw behind headboard/ furnitures
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    Recessed screw behind headboard/ furnitures
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    Crack & Crevice behind Furniture
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    Crack & Crevice behind Furniture
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    Crack and crevice behind furniture
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    Crack and crevice behind Picture frame
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    Crack and crevices treatment behind Mirror
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    Along seams, folds and crevices of upholstered furniture








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    Crack and crevice treatment to curtain fold
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    Beneath floor coverings and carpets, closets, shelves.
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    Treat under, behind, and into cracks and crevices
    of baseboard/decorative moldings


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    Inside/Outside empty luggage, apply
    to seams, folds and edges until moist.
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    Inside/Outside empty luggage, apply
    to seams, folds and edges until moist.

Read product label for more information.

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     Sterifab

 

Recent research shows, sterifab also kill bedbug eggs.

Application estimates: 10-12 ounces will treat a typical couch or sofa. A gallon will treat about 8 – 10 pieces of upholstered furniture or 5 sets of mattresses and box springs. Shake well with each use.

Bed Bug Treatment:

Steri-Fab must come in direct contact with bedbugs and bedbug eggs to be effective. STERIFAB is so easy to use, with no dilution or prep required. Just spray STERIFAB on mattresses, upholstered furniture, carpets, bedding, furniture, vehicles, lockers, cabinets, drawers, car interiors, animal bedding/cages, beds seats/interiors, hospital waiting room areas, doctors offices, garbage bins etc. and any other inanimate surface.

Interval between applications: Use to spot treat throughout the week where you see signs of bed bug activity (eggs, nymph or adults).

See below application of Sterifab according to label Instructions.

 

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    On Mattress
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    Mattress boundary
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    On mattress boundary
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    On Box spring
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    Furniture Drawer
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    Upholstered furniture's Intimate surfaces
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    Upholstered furniture's Intimate surfaces

Read product label for more information.

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CimeXa Insecticide Dust

 

Do not use diluted pesticide/s, aerosols, liquid pesticide/s or other moistures condition at the location/s where you applied dust. Because it is not water-proof, this insecticide dust will absorb moisture (which destroys dusts) and it will clump. Last up to 10 years when undisturbed

  

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J T Eaton Duster

  1. It is recommended to place a small rocks or pennies in the duster to help break up the dust and prevent it from clumping.

  2. Simply fill the Crusader Duster half-way with an insecticide dust product such as, CimeXa Insecticide Dust Insecticide and close lid.

  3. Your hand pressure controls the amount of dust applied Squeeze softly and a little comes out (Photo: 3). Squeeze hard and a lot comes out. You must squeeze light to get thin film of this dust.

  4. If the tip becomes clogged with lint or trash, an extension and cleaning rod is located on the backside to clean the tip.

  5. Then lightly squeeze the duster to apply light dust into cracks & crevices

 

 

Bed Bug Treatment:

Remove bedding and take the bed apart. Treat the interior framework, joints and cracks in the bed frame. Treat the mattress and box spring, paying particular attention to tufts, folds and edges, and the interior framework of the box spring. Remove wall-mounted head boards and treat the back side. Treat picture frames, moldings, hollow furniture legs, cracks and crevices, along baseboards, and any areas with visible signs of infestation, including rugs and carpet. Treat upholstered furniture by removing or lifting (if possible) the cushions and treating the undersurface. Treat the interior framework, cracks and joints of the furniture, and the folds, tufts and edges of cushions and other upholstered areas. Do not treat toys and stuffed animals with product. Treat wall voids by removing electrical switch plate covers to allow access, but don't apply dust directly in electrical boxes. Apply about ¼ oz of dust to each accessible void.

Treat all wall voids by removing electrical switch plate covers to allow access, but don't apply dust directly in between electric outlet plate and wall. See any other wall void inside rooms and apply about ¼ oz of dust to each accessible void.

Interval between applications: You will apply only one time at the time of initial application. CimeXa Insecticide Dust is 100% Silica Gel and can last up to 10 years when placed in wall voids and undisturbed.

See below application of Cimexa Insecticide Dust according to label Instructions.

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    Treat under, behind, and into cracks and crevices of baseboard/decorative moldings 
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    Treat under the baseboard, sill plate and under the carpet tack strips.
     


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    All accessible wall voids including electric outlets between plate and wall 

Treat all wall voids by removing electrical switch plate covers to allow access, but don't apply dust directly in between electric outlet plate and wall. See any other wall void inside rooms and apply about ¼ oz of dust to each accessible void.

Follow up inspections and treatments

The first application may not give complete or immediate control.

Follow-up treatment: In order to break life cycle of Bed bug, you need to use following chemicals as per label instructions that are crucial to eradicating the problem.

Product PhotoProduct nameInitial application Follow-Up treatment

 

 

 

4 X Temprid FX Insecticide (8 ml)

 

 

 

Yes

 

 

Re-apply next 2 time at every 7 to 10 days interval or until infestation is eliminated.

 

 

2 X Temprid Ready Spray (15 oz )

Temprid Ready to Use in the aerosol form will kill all stages of bed bugs including the eggs.

 

 

 

Yes

 

 

In most cases re-apply next 2 times every 7 to 10 days interval or until infestation is eliminated.

 

 

 

1 X  Steri-Fab (16 oz)

Kills Bed bugs on contact.

 

 

Yes.
Use to do spot treat throughout the week where you see signs of bed bug activity (eggs, nymph or adults).

 


 

 

As when required. Where you see signs of bed bug activity (eggs, nymph or adults).



PRECAUTIONS NEED TO TAKE CARE AFTER APPLICATION:

  1. Treated area(s): Do not allow unprotected persons, children, or pets to touch enter or replace items or bedding to contact or enter treated area(s) until dry.

  2. Ventilation/Re-occupying: Vacate and keep area(s) closed to 30 minutes after treatment, then ventilate area(s) for 2 hours before reoccupying.

  3. For infested hotel rooms, apartment & House rooms must be kept unoccupied until the infestation is declared eradicated.

  4. Wait for all mattresses, sofas, etc. to dry before sitting or laying on them. The chemicals used to exterminate the premises will irritate your skin.

PRVENTION OF BED BUGS:

Encasements

An encasement is a fabric covering that completely encloses a mattress or box springs. It creates a barrier to prevent bed bugs from infesting or escaping mattresses or box springs. Although the encasement can become infested themselves, the infestation is easier to detect. They are useful when you want to protect a mattress you know is free of bed bugs (it has been heat treated or you have purchased a new mattress). You can also use encasements on infested mattresses and box springs trapping the bed bugs inside them and allowing you to continue to use them as long as they are not ripped or torn. Make sure you buy encasements that are specifically designed for protecting against bed bugs. You can purchase encasements from our website.

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Bed bug interceptors

These are small plastic trays with an inner and outer ring. They are intended to be placed under the bed legs. Bed bugs that attempt to climb up from the floor to the bed become trapped in the outer well. Any bed bugs that try to climb down will become trapped in the center well. Bed bug interceptors not only help to reduce the number of bed bugs that can reach the bed but also acts as a monitoring tool to help determine whether bed bugs are present (if that is an issue). You can purchase Bed Bug Interceptors from our website.

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