Will bleach kill bed bugs?

YES!  But you would not want to use bleach; you’ll turn everything white!  Bleach will kill bed bugs if applied directly to the bed bug. However, this is difficult most times because the bed bugs are hiding and do not roam around during the day or when light is present. They come out during the dark periods of time when you are sleeping to feed. 

Another draw back to bleach is the obvious — it’s bleach. It cannot be used on finished wood, bedding or furniture without causing damage. The fumes from bleach can also be harmful to your health if used in excess.

Our Contact Killing Spray in conjunction with our Diatomaceous Earth create over a 98% kill rate when used together. DeadBedBugs Contact Killing spray allows you the convenience of treating your home and going to sleep with the peace of mind you need and deserve. Our Contact Killing Spray is effective and non-toxic so that you can treat your home and bedding and then lay down and go to sleep without worrying about bed bugs or your family’s health.

Bleach is meant to be used as a cleaning and disinfectant product, not as a pesticide. And the toxic fumes bleach emmits when used in excess can cause damage to you and your family’s health. It can also be harmful to any pets by them walking on the floor and then licking their paws. It can cause irritation to the skin on your pet’s paws and when licked can cause serious internal health problems.

We offer a non-toxic solution to disinfectant your environment when treating for bed bugs.

PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray is designed specifically as a general cleaner and disinfectant for use in homes, nursing homes, shower rooms, locker rooms, schools, transportation terminals, office buildings, manufacturing facilities, lodging establishments, retail businesses, veterinary clinics, pet shops, animal life science laboratories and athlete/recreational facilities and where housekeeping is of prime importance in controlling the hazard of cross contamination. It is formulated to disinfect hard, non-porous, inanimate environmental surfaces: floors, walls, metal surfaces, stainless steel surfaces, glazed porcelain, glazed ceramic tile, plastic surfaces, chrome, brass, copper, laminated surfaces, baked enamel surfaces, bathrooms, shower stalls, bathtubs and cabinets. For plastic and painted surfaces, spot test on an inconspicuous area before use. May be used in the kitchen on counters, sinks, appliances, and stovetops. A rinse with potable water is required for surfaces in direct contact with food.

Bed bugs come into your home and leave behind harmful microbes in their fecal matter that could potentially make you and your loved ones sick. PuraCleenRx Disinfectant Spray is intended to protect you from any diseases or potential harmful microbes. While PuraCleenRx Disinfectant is not directly intended to kill bed bugs, it is a crucial part of the bed bug treatment process.