Harris Egg Kill & Resistant Bed Bug Killer (128 fl.oz)

  • Kills Resistant Bed Bugs & Their Eggs - Kills even the toughest "pyrethroid resistant" bed bugs and eggs that have built up a resistance to traditional pesticides
  • Kills Quickly - Knocks down bed bugs fast when sprayed directly
  • EPA Registered - Approved for use in homes with people and pets by the Environmental Protection Agency. Always follow label directions
  • Long Residual - Continues to kill bed bugs for up to 16 weeks after initial application
  • Odorless Formula - Odorless and non-staining formula will not cause damage to fabrics when used according to label directions
  • Weight: 9 lbs      Dimensions:  12 x 7 x 4

Harris Black Label Bed Bug Killer Kills Resistant Bed Bugs & Their Eggs - Kills even the toughest "pyrethroid resistant" bed bugs and eggs that have built up a resistance to traditional pesticide. Quick kill knocks down bed bugs fast when sprayed directly and long residual continues to kill bed bugs for up to 16 weeks after initial application. Odorless and non-staining formula will not cause damage to fabrics when used according to label directions

There are small pockets of pyrethroid resistant strains of bed bugs in located in some cities in the US. For those strains, tough pyrethroid resistant insecticides are needed to effectively eliminate the bed bug colony. We recommend using this product in combination with our bed bug aerosol and diatomaceous earth powder.
  • EPA registered in all 50 states for use in homes, apartments and residences
  • Residual control, continues to kill bed bugs and their eggs after application
  • Kills by contact
  • Odorless and non-staining
  • Leaves no visible residue
  • Not for use on children or pets

Application

  • Apply as a spot treatment to cracks and crevices and/or harborages, where evidence of bed bugs occurs, including bed frames, box springs, inside empty dressers, furniture, closets, carpet edges, high and low wall moldings, behind headboards, pictures, wallpaper edges and luggage.
  • Spray bed bugs directly when possible.
  • Do not make surface applications to mattresses or bedding. Mattress treatments must be limited to seams, folds and edges only. Do not treat pillows, bedding or clothing.
  • Spray surfaces from a distance of 8 to 10 inches until slightly damp and allow to dry thoroughly before using or replacing bedding.