Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs
Commonly found in
  • HOME
  • HOSPITALITY (Hotels & Resorts)

Parasitic insects that feed exclusively on blood (especially human blood).

Their prefered habitat : warm houses, especially near or inside beds and bedding or other sleep areas.

Adverse health effects from bed bug bites : including skin rashes, psychological effects, and allergic symptoms.

Bed bugs have been known as human parasites for thousands of years. At a point in the early 1940s, they were mostly eradicated in the developed world, but have increased in prevalence since 1995, likely due to pesticide resistance, governmental bans on effective pesticides, and international travel. Because infestation of human habitats has begun to increase, bed bug bites have also been on the rise.



Space treatment

Take bed apart. Treat joints and channels. If hollow, such as square or round tubing, treat the interior framework. Treat mattresses, especially tufts, folds, and edges. Do not use treated mattresses until spray has dried.

Crack, crevice, and void space treatment

Spray into cracks and crevices, holes and other small openings, where insects may be harboring, living and breeding.

General precautions and restrictions

  • Remove pets, birds, and cover fish aquariums before spraying.
  • Do not apply when people, pets or food are present.
  • Do not spray on public, painted or varnished surfaces or directly into any electronic equipment such as radios, televisions, computers etc.
  • Do not allow adults, children, or pets to enter until sprays have dried and spray mist has dispersed.
  • In hospitals and nursing rooms : ventilate rooms thoroughly for 2 hours after spraying and before reoccupying.
  • Food areas and food handling establishments : do not make space spray applications when facility is in operation. During space spray applications, cover or remove food, cover food processing surfaces or clean after treatment with a suitable detergent and rise with potable water before resuming operations.