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Bed Bug Sprayes

Fight bed bugs while traveling

For frequent travelers who are on the road for work or vacation, bed bugs are a very real concern. Staying in a hotel, lodge or B&B that is infested with bed bugs can ruin any business trip or family vacation very quickly.
When applied as directed on the label, Lights Out will kill bed bugs on contact. Depending on life stage, 100% mortality occurs within 5-10 minutes of application. Lights Out is also effective on other insects such as cockroaches, ants, millipedes, carpet beetles, and fleas. In addition, Lights Out is residual for up to 30 days after application. Any of the listed insects coming into contact with a surface treated with Lights Out will be killed for up to 30 days after application.
Lights Out is safe around children and is non-toxic to all mammals. It will not harm the environment when used as directed. It has a pleasant scent with no heavy chemical odors.
Bed Bug Spray Features and Performance
Lights Out kills listed insects by breaking down the waxy outer layer on the insect’s body. When the waxy layer is broken down, the insect begins losing internal moisture which causes dehydration and death. After an application, a percentage of the active ingredient stays in a crystalline structure. Once dry, if an insect disturbs this structure, the active ingredient is released onto the body of the insect causing death by dehydration.
Lights Out Bed Bug Killer has been developed to address the need for an effective bed bug killer without using noxious pesticides. It is made only with ingredients which qualify for the 25(b) exemption in the EPA Pesticide Regulations.
Just what is a 25(b) exempt pesticide product?

Pesticides are chemical agents which kill, mitigate, or inhibit a pest. The pest can be an insect, a fungus, a virus, or bacteria, etc. The US EPA has identified a list of inert ingredients, considered to have very low to no toxicity, which can be used to formulate a pesticide with the 25(b) active ingredients. These products are not required to be registered as pesticides by the EPA. There are certain other conditions which these products have to meet, including very specific labeling requirements, prior to bringing these products to market.

Lights Out is perfect for travelers to spray on luggage, belongings, hotel rooms, and beds. It is both effective and safe.