Bed Bug Patrol Asesino de chinches | 1 galón
Bed Bug Patrol Asesino de chinches | 1 galón
Bed Bug Patrol Asesino de chinches | 1 galón
Bed Bug Patrol Asesino de chinches | 1 galón
Bed Bug Patrol Natural Bug Killer 1 Gallon
Bed Bug Patrol Natural Bug Killer 1 Gallon
Bed Bug Patrol Asesino de chinches | 1 galón
Bed Bug Patrol Asesino de chinches | 1 galón
Bed Bug Patrol Asesino de chinches | 1 galón
Bed Bug Patrol Asesino de chinches | 1 galón
Bed Bug Patrol Asesino de chinches | 1 galón
Bed Bug Patrol Asesino de chinches | 1 galón
Bed Bug Patrol Natural Bug Killer 1 Gallon
Bed Bug Patrol Natural Bug Killer 1 Gallon
Bed Bug Patrol Asesino de chinches | 1 galón
Bed Bug Patrol Asesino de chinches | 1 galón
Bed Bug Patrol has been helping families and businesses get rid of bed bugs since 2003 and is a name and product you can trust for all your bed bug needs!
Bed Bug Patrol Asesino de chinches | 1 galón
$99.95 $69.85
➤Naturally kills bed bugs on contact
➤Kills bed bugs AND their eggs, ending the bed bug life cycle ➤Pleasant Peppermint aroma
➤Non-staining formula; can be used on many surfaces
➤Use on mattresses, box springs, linens, carpets, and MORE
➤90-Day Money Back Guarantee!
FREE STANDARD USA SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS $100+
Infestations Eliminated
1,107,856+
Bed Bug Mortality Rate
100%
Toxic Chemicals Used
0
Starts Working
Instantly

Bed Bug Patrol All-Natural Bed Bug Killer

Natural
100% Natural formula made using only non-toxic ingredients, without the pesticides found in other sprays.

Child and Pet Safe
Non-staining formula can be used on any water-safe surface; no toxic fumes or harsh chemicals.

Kills On Contact
Begins working instantly to destroy bed bugs and their eggs.

Proven the Best
Scientifically-proven 100% mortality rate over multiple independent studies in the USA.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What are bed bugs?

Bed bugs are small, oval, brownish insects that live in the blood of animals or humans. Adult bed bugs have flat bodies about the size of an apple seed. After feeding, however, their bodies swell and are a reddish color. Bed bugs do not fly, but they can move quickly over floors, walls, and ceilings.

How do I get bed bugs?

Bed bugs are attracted to carbon dioxide. When we fall into a deep sleep, as we exhale, we emit carbon dioxide which attracts bed bugs to come out from hiding. Bed bugs are also attracted to body heat that is generated by humans and can cling to shoes, clothing, and travel luggage to spread.

How do I prevent a bed bug infestation?

HERE ARE SEVERAL PRECAUTIONS YOU CAN TAKE TO HELP PREVENT BED BUGS FROM ENTERING YOUR HOME: The best thing you can do is keep an eye out for bed bugs in your home before it becomes an infestation. You will want to look for signs of bed bugs where you sleep or rest (beds, recliners, sofa). Bed bugs are very good at hiding in all kinds of cracks and crevices so you will want to grab a flashlight and check behind wallpaper, picture frames, under the edges of carpeting, any cracks in wood floors, and inside of all furniture. If you travel, you'll want to check your luggage and the area where you store it for signs of bed bugs.

What are the common symptoms of a bed bug infestation?

Look for bed bug eggs, shell-like remains, and specks of blood from previous attacks.

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