Bedlam Bed Bug Aerosol

Bedlam Insecticide aerosol kills and controls bed bugs, lice and dust mites.


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Bedlam Insecticide aerosol kills and controls bed bugs, lice and dust mites. Labeled for use in the toughest hiding places including headboards, box springs and mattresses, Bedlam is a water-based product that won’t stain water-safe fabrics and is non-irritating to humans and animals. Bedlam is the first name in bed bug control.

Bedlam is specially designed to kill bed bugs and their eggs, and provides residual control.  Bedlam is labeled fo use in the toughest hiding places including headboards, box springs, and mattresses.  As a water based product, it won’t stain water-safe fabrics and it is non irritating to humans and animals.

Bedlam kills bed bugs and their eggs

Bedlam reduces bed bug hatch in both susceptible and some resistant strains of bed bug eggs

Bedlam controls bed bug s on wood and ceramic surfaces and carpet for up to 2 weeks.


Understanding Bed Bug Habits
and Life Cycle
• Bed Bugs have three life stages (eggs, nymphs and
• Bed Bugs are most active at night and can feed on
multiple hosts, including but not limited to humans and
pets. Bed Bugs typically travel 5–20 ft. to feed.
• Females can lay 2 to 5 eggs a day (up to 200–500
within her lifetime) using a sticky substance to attach
the eggs (4-8 clusters) in and on surfaces. Eggs hatch in
6 to 10 days.
• Bed Bugs hide in bed tufts, cracks and crevices, and even
electronics, and can be difficult to locate.
• Nymphs have five nymphal instars (molts), each requiring
a blood meal.
• In most Bed Bug populations, the life stages consist of
approximately 12% adults, 54% nymphs and 34% eggs

Key Signs of Infestation
Early detection of bed bugs is critical when performing an
inspection. Common signs of infestation include:
• Shed or Cast Skins
• Fecal Deposits (dried excreted blood)
• Bed Bug Carcasses
• Egg Deposits
• Live Bugs

Where are bed bugs commonly found?

During the early stages of an infestation, bed bugs tend to be located in very close association to beds and/or upholstered furniture. As populations increase in age and size, however, the likelihood of finding bed bugs in unpredictable areas away from the host-feeding sites also increases. Some key bed bug hot spots include:

  • Mattresses
  • Box springs
  • Bed frames
  • Headboards
  • Upholstered furniture
  • Desk chairs
  • Carpet edges
  • Under and behind baseboards
  • Behind wall hangings

Bed Bug Inspection

Inspection & Vacuuming

• Inspect the entire infestation area with a flashlight to
identify all pockets of infestation.

• Bed Bugs may be found in uncommon places such as
smoke detectors, books, electronic equipment, etc.

• Remove all items from the floor, underside of bed, and
closet floors. Inspect, treat or carefully dispose of all
infested items

• Move furniture 2–3 ft. from wall. Vacuum all visible Bed
Bugs. Thoroughly vacuum carpet throughout room,
beneath furniture and in closets. Add insecticide dust to
vacuum bag before disposing.

• Listen carefully to the customer and communicate
treatment plan and expectations to the occupants,
including removing clutter, and laundering clothes and
bedding at high heat, etc.

• Explain that Bed Bug treatments often require multiple
visits and continued cooperation of the customer.

• Consider all choices for IPM control of Bed Bugs
including non-chemical options.

• Treat high and low. Remember to treat infested areas
above eye level, such as behind strip wallpaper, textured
ceilings and around fire alarms.

Dust Applications
• When using Evergreen Dust, pull back carpet from the
baseboard and spot treat. Treat wall voids, and behind
light switches and socket covers. Also treat around cracks
and crevices.


Features & Benefits
  • Kills bed bugs and their eggs
  • Two week residual on wood, ceramic surfaces and carpet
  • Reduces bed bug egg hatch in both susceptible and some resistant strains of bed bugs
  • For surface spray application on mattresses, wood furniture and carpet
  • Water-based product won’t stain water-safe fabrics and surfaces
  • For use in non-food areas of homes, hotels, apartments, nursing homes, schools and other commercial sites