IguanaRid Bed-Bug-Rid Ready-To-Use Spray Bottle
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- seems like alcohol works best when hitting them directly - this expensive spray they would lie there a bit and then walk off while 90% alcohol stops them dead (they do this little dance and butt goes up in the air and they die and dehydrate so you can vacuum up later (but don't use brush roller vacuum - use the tube that sucks them up - otherwise any not fully dehydrated yet will make horrible smeary bloody mess on bedding, walls and elsewhere). Alcohol doesn't have lasting effect - only NOW when you hit them. But didn't seem that this spray did any better - would see bedbugs walk right over where I had sprayed an hour before and not even be affected.by sandage200011/30/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- i use it. and soak effected areas ,seams etc. i now see only random ones. used it three times on a big couch so i say; keep using til no escapees are seen ..by warrenv11/21/2013Was this answer helpful? (4) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I found it best to spray around all windows, cracks around windows, completely around doors (floor too), and all around the entire room molding at floor and anywhere you see bedbugs. I treated under and aroiund all wood on dressers (inside drawers, where drawers slide in, back of dressers etc) -- anywhere there is a crack or where wood joins together they like to hide. Because bedbugs love paneling I had to spray where the paneling met next piece because they slip into those cracks too and crawl up walls and onto ceilings too. I sprayed all around ouside of house too. Just be careful as they come in through any crack including the electrical outlet areas - but you can't spray inside where electricity is but you CAN spray ouside of the electric plates -- (best you use that diamorphous (not sure of name but like this# dust for inside the plate area and this can be bought plant areas# I sprayed the boxspring and mattress #especially corners and where the seams are - get into the crevices because that is where they love to hide) and especially under the boxspring because they lvoe hiding in wood and cloth there too. I keep bottle of 90% alcohol in spray bottle and if I see any on wall, tables, mattress, sheets etc I spray them with that since it kills them immediately. CAUTION - pick them up to throw away because if you vacuum them and hit with vacuum part or brush they burst and you end up with blood all over bedding, etc. You know they are dying or dead when they are doing a handstand and rear is in the air. #not kidding)by sandage20002/3/2015Was this answer helpful? (29) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- I don't see it killing them anymore than regular 90% alcohol which is much cheaper. Even spraying along baseboards, ceiling/wall meeting and along where paneling was nailed together (bed bugs LOVE getting in where the panneling comes together as well as where drop-down ceilings lay on the metal hanging pieces where wall meets ceiling) I didn't see that it kept killing - only appeared to kill when you spray directly on them. Alcohol did better job and a steamer (like kind you steam your clothes with or use to clean bbq grates) worked better on paneling and bedding and ceiling. Personally I thought waste of money and won't buy again.by sandage20002/18/2014Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?