|Product Name||Active Guard Mattress Liner|
Use Active Guard Mattress Liner over bedding, e.g. mattress, air mattress, box spring, sofa bed, etc. Fit the Active Guard Mattress Liner over the bedding. Pull down on the edges of the liner to insure a tight fit against bedding. Place another surface such as mattress pad, barrier encasement or bottom sheet over the mattress liner. If the liner is installed for house dust mites: after eight (8) weeks remove the Active Guard Mattress Liner and vacuum your bedding thoroughly while ventilating the room. Removing the liner to vacuum the bedding is not required for liners installed for bed bugs. For best results, use new filters and fresh bags in your vacuum cleaner. If you suffer from dust mite induced allergies, have someone else vacuum your mattress. Re-apply the Active Guard Mattress Liner on your bedding immediately, and then leave the mattress liner undisturbed for two (2) years. No need for further removal or vacuuming.
|Brand Name||Active Guard|
Bed bugs, dust mites
Active Guard kill bed bugs and dust mites continuously for up to two years. Active Guard mattress liners kill bed bugs within 72 hours, even for those resistant strains.
Active Guard Mattress Liners are treated with Permethrin that continue to kill bed bugs and dust mites for two years. Active Guard Mattress Liners are the only mattress liners that actively kills bed bugs within 72 hours. These liners not only kill the current bug infestations but will protect against new infestations. Active Guard Mattress Liners have been implemented in major hotel chains internationally and nationally. Active Guard Liners were initially developed as a tool against dust mites that produce asthma-associated allergens by a team of medical entomologists in London. These durable mattress liners were developed as a natural extension of the globally accepted use of malaria nets. Permethrin impregnated bed nets have been used for decades to provide mosquito protection because of the repellent nature of permethrin against mosquitoes. EPA issued a new label for Active Guard Liners in 2012, removing use restrictions; it is available for people of all ages, even small children. Top Features: Effective in both active and preventative bed bug treatment strategies. Kills bed bugs in or on mattresses and box springs. Soft, thin, odorless and durable construction. Comfortable, no sweating. Easy sizing - four sizes fit all beds. One person installation-easy to install. Even distribution of active ingredient. Lasts for up to 2 years. Lab and field tested on a variety of bed bug strains by entomologist. Saves from costly box spring or mattress replacements. Never needs washing, and continues to work even if torn or ripped. Has no signal warning on the label nor hazards to humans and domestic animal statements are required on the product label. Difference between Active Guard Liners and Bed Bug Encasements. The material in Active Guard Mattress Liners is soft but very durable; does not rip when installing like many other bed bug mattress encasements. These liners are flexible, odorless and comfortable. Encasements encase the bed bugs only while the Active Guard Liners kill bed bugs and dust mites. Bed bugs can live up to 15 months inside a typical bed bug encasement, so it is necessary to keep bed bug encasements in place. The Active Guard Liners start working immediately, killing both bed bugs and dust mites. Bed Bug mattress encasements need exact measurement for a correct fit in order to fit tightly. The Active Guard Mattress Liner uses elastic as a fitted sheet that can fit up to 17" deep or longer mattresses. Bed Bug Treatments: Active Guard Mattress Liners are designed to be incorporated with a bed bug treatment program, using insecticides and monitors. This integrated pest management tool is not a standalone product for bed bug control. Bed Bug treatments begin with a complete inspection, then preparation of the rooms that are to be treated, then professional bed bug control products. The Active Guard Mattress Liners kill bed bugs in the mattresses and box springs, where bed bugs prefer to hide. They can be fitted on a mattress or box springs. The liner is made of finely woven polyester fabric that is impregnated with 1.64% Permethrin through a bonding process. They are fitted onto the mattress and box springs similar to a fitted sheet, then kept in place beneath mattress pads, sheets, or similar bedding. Behavioral Responses of Bed Bugs to Permethrin-Impregnated Active Guard Fabric. Professional Pest Control Uses. Uses in Hotel Rooms. Dust Mite Control: Instead of using insecticide sprays and dusts, use Active Guard Mattress Liners for dust mite control. There is no need to have to wash and reinstall your mattress encasings every couple weeks. These mattress liners do not just trap the dust mites, they kill them with a controlled-release formulation, for up to two years. Place Active Guard mattress liner on top of the mattress, beneath the bottom sheet or other current mattress liner.
|For Use In||
Bedding (e.g., Mattresses, box springs, air mattresses and sofa beds)
|EPA Reg No||82123-1|
|Manufacturer||Allergy Technologies LLC|
|Not For Sale To||AK, CA, HI, PR|