It doesn't take long for bed bugs to spread throughout an interior if they're not treated in time. With Bedlam insecticide, it only takes minutes to kill the pests in the target areas. It comes in a convenient and easy-to-use aerosol for spot killing bed bugs on mattresses and other areas where they're found. It works on the adults as well as the nymphs to exterminate an infestation.
How Bedlam Aerosol Works
Bedlam aerosol insecticide contains fast-acting ingredients to kill bed bugs and other insects on contact. One such ingredient is sumithrin, a synthetic pyrethroid that targets the nervous system of bed bugs and lice. It works at the moment of contact and causes paralysis and death within minutes. Bedlam also contains a synergist to enhance the pyrethroid's effectiveness on the target pests.
Where to Use Bedlam Aerosol Insecticide
Bedlam aerosol is made to kill bed bugs and other pests indoors. It's not labeled for use in outdoor areas. It effectively kills and provides some residual control of bed bugs and other pests in homes and residential sites like apartments and retirement communities. It can also be sprayed in hospitals and schools when used as directed. Use this contact insecticide to kill pest insects in kennels and hotels, as well as in offices and restaurants to target hard-to-kill dust mites. Spray Bedlam on cracks and crevices, bedding and floor coverings to target the pests where they live and breed.
Though Bedlam is highly effective at killing and controlling bed bugs, it's also a powerful treatment for fleas and ticks. It can be used in pet kennels to keep the flea and tick populations in check.
Do not spray Bedlam directly on the animals to treat fleas and ticks. It's not for use on people or pets.
Spray Bedlam on areas where the animals sleep to kill adult and immature fleas. Use it at home to target fleas in the carpets and rugs. Bedlam is also effective at killing and controlling dust mites in homes and businesses. Spray the aerosol on places like mattresses, baseboards and floors to kill the target pests on contact.
Benefits of Bedlam Insecticide Spray
Bedlam insecticide helps to get rid of bed bugs as well as other stubborn pests like fleas, ticks and dust mites. It not only kills the adult bed bugs but also the nymphs, helping to prevent a future infestation. Some other benefits include:
- Contains a synthetic pyrethroid for total bed bug control
- Can be used in most any interior building
- Provides quick contact kills and residual control
Prevent Indoor Pests With Bedlam Insecticide
Nothing works faster to kill bed bugs and lice quite like Bedlam insecticide aerosol. It's easy to apply as a spot treatment to kill the pests on bedding, floors and other areas. It can be used in homes, businesses, schools and more to treat fleas, bed bugs and lice. Since it works as a residual insecticide, Bedlam prevents the pests from spreading and causing a future infestation indoors.
|Primary Pest||General Purpose|
|Active Ingredient||3-Phenoxybenzyl-(1RS, 3RS, 1RS, 3SR)-2,2-dimehtyl-3-(2-methylprop-1-enyl) cyclopropanecarboxylate, N-Octyl bicycloheptene dicarboximide, Other Ingredients|
|Composition||.40%, 1.53%, 98.07%|
|Container Size||17 oz can|
|Case Amount||12x17 oz cans|
|Application Amount||See label for details.|
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