Prevent & Fix Bed Bug Infestations with Bed Bug Fix®!
Prevent and kill bed bugs with Bed Bug Fix®. A naturally-derived, all-purpose contact insecticide that kills bed bugs and helps to control other crawling and flying insects.
A green contact insecticide which provides quick knockdown/kill and broad spectrum control, Bed Bug Fix® is safe to use around children and pets. Slight residual constituents continue a safe and effective killing field in treated areas, providing ongoing protection against a reinfestation as exhibited in test results. The residual effect is created by the synergistic compounds found only in the Bed Bug Fix® formula.
Bed Bug Fix® will eliminate problems associated with bed bugs. It’s environmentally friendly, non-flammable, non-staining, non-toxic, bio-degradable and 100% natural.
Octopamine is the insect's equivalent to adrenaline. It regulates their heart rate, movement, behavior and metabolism. This unique formula structure in Bed Bug Fix® targets and blocks these Octopamine neurotransmitter receptors. Blocking Octopamine results in a total breakdown of the insect's central nervous system. Mammals, birds and fish do not have receptors for Octopamine, so the application of Bed Bug Fix® has no adverse effect on them.
- Bed Bug Fix® is safe to use around children and pets.
- Eliminates bed bugs on contact
- Kills adults, larva and eggs
- 100% Natural
- Patent-pending formula
- Non-toxic •Non-carcinogenic• Non-ﬂammable • Non-staining
- Bio-degradable • USDA Bio-preferred
- Designed for use on mattresses, bedding, sofas, stuffed chairs, carpets, rugs and more!
- Bed Bug Fix® is safe for use on water-sensitive materials and is FDA G.R.A.S (Generally Recognized As Safe).
- Ready to use
- Easy to apply
The National Pest Management Association and the EPA have state that "There is an increase in the number of bed bugs in the United States, as well as globally." This problem is approaching epidemic status and is only expected to increase over time.
NBC News recently published a report on bed bugs and how they are increasing in frequency NBC NEWS LINK