Are your bed bug products nontoxic?

Yes!, Some of our bed bug products  are non toxic bed bug products.   DeadBedBugs follows the EPA’s Integrated Pest Management requirements; thus using both non-chemical OR non toxic bed bug product methods for surfaces that touch your skin AND the use of pesticides that contain residual killing power for up to 60 days is what works best when killing bed bugs.

Because bed bugs have grown immune to some pesticides the use of both types of products along with using common sense practices is what what provide you with the best protocol when getting rid of bed bugs in your home.

Note that non toxic and non chemical bed bug products are good for use around children and people with compromised immune systems.  We highly recommend using non toxic bed bug products on your bedding, furniture and your mattress and box spring.  For the most part, the non toxic bed bug sprays are usually contact killing sprays while the food grade diatomaceous earth is all natural and it keeps on killing bed bugs as long as the dust is laying around!  Remember that steam also a natural was to kill bed bugs and to also sanitize, remove bed bug excretions and clean your environment where bed bugs have invaded.

Bed bug control is handiest when an Integrated Pest Management approach is implemented with conscientious collaboration by the home owners In both a single family housing AND  multi-family housing.  Diligent collaboration is also needed of the building executives when dealing with multi-family housing.

When killing bed bugs in multi-family housing, you also need to get the tenants on top, at the bottom and tenants on both sides of you involved because bed bugs crawl through the walls and travel from apt to apt.  It must be a group project to be successful.

Integrated Pest Management conveys benefit of each suitable pest management choices, coupled with the judicious use of insecticides. Although bedbugs may well sometimes be reserved by non-chemical way exclusively, thispractice is commonly very hard, most likely works less effective, and typically more resource comprehensive. An all-encompassing integrated pest management programme to control bedbugs Could allow for a considerable number of techniques such as :

  • Using monitoring devices,
  • Removing litter where bedbugs can hide,
  • Applying heat medication such as steam cleaning with a hand stored steamer,
  • Use of a vacuum cleaner,
  • Closing cracks and crevices to get rid of covertness areas,
  • Using non toxic pesticides ( such as Killing dust ) and
  • Considered use of effective compound insecticides

A well-done community IPM program can diminish both the pain and price of handling bedbugs. The essential philosophy of bed bug Integrated Pest Management is founded on the undeniable hard fact that bed bug infestations will not depart without intervention.

Encroachment with a definite Integrated Pest Management custom is most effective when bed bug populations are low. EPA and CDC recommend in a joint statement that pest control operators ( PCO ) and environmental health executives throughout the U.S. Continue to use Integrated Pest Management principles as they address the bed bug issue.