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2K Bed Bug Pack -2000
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How To Get Rid of Bed Bugs

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    Is this bed bug pack pet safe?
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    Q Is this bed bug pack pet safe? answer now
    Asked on May 13, 2022 8:19 AM
    A DO NOT ALLOW adults, children or pets in treated area until sprays are dry. Remove pets, birds and cover fish aquariums before spraying.
  2. Can the Crossfire Concentrate be sprayed directly on my mattress?
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    Q Can the Crossfire Concentrate be sprayed directly on my mattress? answer now
    Asked on May 13, 2022 8:17 AM
    A Crossfire Bed Bug Concentrate can be directly applied to the mattress and boxspring surfaces. For porous surfaces such as mattresses and carpet perimeter areas, apply until thoroughly damp but not wet.
  4. Will I need a sprayer for this pack?
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    Q Will I need a sprayer for this pack? answer now
    Asked on May 13, 2022 8:16 AM
    A Yes, you will need a chemical grade sprayer.
  6. How do I use these products?
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    Q How do I use these products? answer now
    Asked on July 26, 2021 8:13 PM
    A There is a great video under the videos page that shows how to apply the products. If you have any further questions we have Professionals ready to help.
  8. How do I use the duster?
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    Q How do I use the duster? answer now
    Asked on March 15, 2021 4:19 PM
    A We recommend filling the puffer duster about quarter of the way full and add your favorite penny ( it will help keep the dust from clumping) shake and use light puffs of dust into voids , such as light sockets.
  10. What is the difference between the aerosol and the concentrate?
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    Q What is the difference between the aerosol and the concentrate? answer now
    Asked on March 15, 2021 4:13 PM
    A They both carry the same pesticide , the aerosol is easier to apply to mattress and box springs allowing you to put a lighter spray. The concentrate works great for larger areas , such as carpets or throw rugs and base boards. Always follow the label.

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2K Bed Bug Pack

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Most Items are received within 2-4 days of ordering!
FOR LARGE ORDERS, PLEASE EMAIL: CONTACT@HOWTOPEST.COM OR CALL 877-708-1974

$169.97

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*Shipping Policy (Aerosol Cans)Per government shipping regulations, all aerosol cans must be shipped via Ground Shipping. This may cause shipping “in transit” times to be a bit longer.

Getting rid of bed bugs can be a tedious job! Let How To Pest help you in the battle. Our 2K Bed Bug Pack has everything you need to do your own bed bug treatments in one convenient pack!  Check out our video on how to get rid of bed bugs under the above product image or on our Video Tutorials page!

Your 2K Bed Bug Pack will cover spaces up to 2,000 sq. ft. and will include:

  • (1) 4 oz. container of Cimexa Insecticide Dust
  • (2) 17 oz. Crossfire Bed Bug Aerosol cans
  • (2)  13 oz. containers of Crossfire Concentrate
  • (1) Puffer Duster

 

Step by step instructions by our pro’s will be included in your 2K Bed Bug Pack. There will be no need to pay hundreds or thousands of dollars! How To Pest has got you covered!

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Description

EPA Cimexa 73079-12
EPA Crossfire Concentrate 1021-2776
EPA Crossfire Aerosol 1021-2788
How To Get Rid Of Bed Bugs
Step #1 – Identify

Bed Bug Up Close

Identification is key to any successful pest control program. When dealing with bed bugs, think of yourself as Inspector Gadget (for all you 80’s kids out there). Your eyes being your #1 gadget. Bed bug bites may not be your only sign of a bed bug infestation. Here are some other signs of a bed bug infestation:

  • Blood Spatter or Smears – Bed bugs are feasting on their host through-out the night which can leave blood markings on your sheets and mattress.
  • Bed Bug Feces – Bed bug feces can be found by looking at the creases along the mattresses and box springs, headboards and footboards. In some more extreme cases can be found in drawers, outlets, baseboards and picture frames.
  • Bed Bug Casings – Bed bug casings are the shells of the bed bugs that have been left behind after they have molted. Like bed bug feces, casings can be found by looking at the creases along the mattresses and box springs, headboards and footboards. In some more extreme cases can be found in drawers, outlets, baseboards and picture frames.

*Remember, bed bugs can easily hitch a ride and travel from room to room on you. So, you will definitely want to inspect all rooms to make sure you do a thorough treatment.

Step #2 – Bed Bug Treatment

Remember these words, thorough, thorough, thorough! You can purchase the best bed bug chemical out there, but if you do not do a thorough treatment you will not solve your bed bug infestation, you will still have bed bugs. See how to do a bed bug inspection on our video tutorials page.

Bed Bug Aerosol Or Bed Bug Concentrate?

Identifying the severity of your bed bug infestation will determine whether you want to purchase a bed bug aerosol or concentrate. If you are looking to treat a smaller area, you might want to consider a bed bug aerosol like Crossfire Aerosol but if you are looking to treat larger areas then it may be more cost effective to use a concentrate like Crossfire Concentrate, that can be diluted in water and applied with a pesticide grade sprayer.

Areas To Treat:

  • Mattress/Box Spring Seams
  • Headboards/Footboards
  • Screw Holes
  • Furniture Joints
  • Bed Posts
  • Picture Frames
  • Baseboards
  • Drawers
  • Outlets (Dust Only! Never Spray Aerosols or Concentrates In Outlets)
  • Cushions

By now you are probably “picking up what we are putting down”. Bed bug treatment needs to be thorough! Bed bugs can be anywhere!

Insecticide Dusts:

Using an insecticide dust can be a vital weapon in treating for bed bugs. Chemical dusts like Cimexa Dust or Delta Dust can be used where aerosols and concentrates can’t. For example, chemical dusts can be used in electrical outlets or applied to paintings. When using chemical dusts it is always a good idea to apply the dust with a duster that way you won’t over apply the dust and none will be wasted. A little goes a long way.

*Pro Tip – Place a penny in the duster. This will agitate the dust, helping the dust to float. Apply the dust in small, light puffs.

Once you have completed your first treatment, will need to repeat this same procedure in 7 days to allow for any newly hatched eggs. Again, if you have a higher severity of bed bugs, you may want to do a 3rd treatment 7 days from the previous treatment.

Final Thoughts:

Bed bug treatments take time and effort but you can do it! Being proactive to avoid getting bed bugs is a lot easier.

  • If you like to go to yard or garage sales, make sure you do a thorough inspection before bringing unknown items into your home.
  • Treat your luggage with Crossfire or Bedlam to avoid unwanted passengers.
  • Never put your luggage on the hotel bed, use the luggage rack.
  • Use a protective mattress and box spring cover.

Active Ingredient

Bedlam – Imidacloprid 0.05% MGK 264 1% Phenothrin 0.4%

Delta dust – Deltamethrin 0.05%

Target pests

Crossfire – Bed Bugs, Bed Bug Eggs, Brown Dog Ticks, Fleas, Dust Mites, Clothes Moths and Carpet Beetles.

CimeXa – Ants, Bee’s, Bedbugs, Cockroaches, Fleas, Silverfish, Scorpions, Sowbugs, Ticks and numerous stored product pests

For use in

Crossfire – Commercial and Residential, Apartments, Hospitals, Hotels, Kennels, Nursing Homes, Offices, Restaurants, Schools and Warehouses.

CimeXa – Indoors and outdoors, aircraft, bakeries, breweries, cafeterias, hospitals, restaurants, schools, warehouses and many more.

Pet friendly

Crossfire – Not for Use on Humans or Animals.

Not for sale to

NY, DC, PR

Manufacturer

Crossfire – MGK

Cimexa – Rockwell Labs

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    usUnited States

    Great product

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  2. Thomas R H. (verified owner)

    usMichigan, United States

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2K Bed Bug Pack -2000
2K Bed Bug Pack -2000
How To Get Rid of Bed Bugs

2K Bed Bug Pack

(2 customer reviews)

Order Before 2:00pm PST For Same Day Shipping!
Most Items are received within 2-4 days of ordering!
FOR LARGE ORDERS, PLEASE EMAIL: CONTACT@HOWTOPEST.COM OR CALL 877-708-1974

Fast Free Shipping!

*Shipping Policy (Aerosol Cans)Per government shipping regulations, all aerosol cans must be shipped via Ground Shipping. This may cause shipping “in transit” times to be a bit longer.

Getting rid of bed bugs can be a tedious job! Let How To Pest help you in the battle. Our 2K Bed Bug Pack has everything you need to do your own bed bug treatments in one convenient pack!  Check out our video on how to get rid of bed bugs under the above product image or on our Video Tutorials page!

Your 2K Bed Bug Pack will cover spaces up to 2,000 sq. ft. and will include:

  • (1) 4 oz. container of Cimexa Insecticide Dust
  • (2) 17 oz. Crossfire Bed Bug Aerosol cans
  • (2)  13 oz. containers of Crossfire Concentrate
  • (1) Puffer Duster

 

Step by step instructions by our pro’s will be included in your 2K Bed Bug Pack. There will be no need to pay hundreds or thousands of dollars! How To Pest has got you covered!

$169.97

CUSTOMERS ALSO BOUGHT:
$27.30
$26.97
1 × Delta Insecticide Dust
Size
$26.13$77.19
1 × Catchmaster 288i Insect Trap and Monitors
Size
$6.50$57.79

2K Bed Bug Pack

Description

EPA Cimexa 73079-12
EPA Crossfire Concentrate 1021-2776
EPA Crossfire Aerosol 1021-2788
How To Get Rid Of Bed Bugs
Step #1 – Identify

Bed Bug Up Close

Identification is key to any successful pest control program. When dealing with bed bugs, think of yourself as Inspector Gadget (for all you 80’s kids out there). Your eyes being your #1 gadget. Bed bug bites may not be your only sign of a bed bug infestation. Here are some other signs of a bed bug infestation:

  • Blood Spatter or Smears – Bed bugs are feasting on their host through-out the night which can leave blood markings on your sheets and mattress.
  • Bed Bug Feces – Bed bug feces can be found by looking at the creases along the mattresses and box springs, headboards and footboards. In some more extreme cases can be found in drawers, outlets, baseboards and picture frames.
  • Bed Bug Casings – Bed bug casings are the shells of the bed bugs that have been left behind after they have molted. Like bed bug feces, casings can be found by looking at the creases along the mattresses and box springs, headboards and footboards. In some more extreme cases can be found in drawers, outlets, baseboards and picture frames.

*Remember, bed bugs can easily hitch a ride and travel from room to room on you. So, you will definitely want to inspect all rooms to make sure you do a thorough treatment.

Step #2 – Bed Bug Treatment

Remember these words, thorough, thorough, thorough! You can purchase the best bed bug chemical out there, but if you do not do a thorough treatment you will not solve your bed bug infestation, you will still have bed bugs. See how to do a bed bug inspection on our video tutorials page.

Bed Bug Aerosol Or Bed Bug Concentrate?

Identifying the severity of your bed bug infestation will determine whether you want to purchase a bed bug aerosol or concentrate. If you are looking to treat a smaller area, you might want to consider a bed bug aerosol like Crossfire Aerosol but if you are looking to treat larger areas then it may be more cost effective to use a concentrate like Crossfire Concentrate, that can be diluted in water and applied with a pesticide grade sprayer.

Areas To Treat:

  • Mattress/Box Spring Seams
  • Headboards/Footboards
  • Screw Holes
  • Furniture Joints
  • Bed Posts
  • Picture Frames
  • Baseboards
  • Drawers
  • Outlets (Dust Only! Never Spray Aerosols or Concentrates In Outlets)
  • Cushions

By now you are probably “picking up what we are putting down”. Bed bug treatment needs to be thorough! Bed bugs can be anywhere!

Insecticide Dusts:

Using an insecticide dust can be a vital weapon in treating for bed bugs. Chemical dusts like Cimexa Dust or Delta Dust can be used where aerosols and concentrates can’t. For example, chemical dusts can be used in electrical outlets or applied to paintings. When using chemical dusts it is always a good idea to apply the dust with a duster that way you won’t over apply the dust and none will be wasted. A little goes a long way.

*Pro Tip – Place a penny in the duster. This will agitate the dust, helping the dust to float. Apply the dust in small, light puffs.

Once you have completed your first treatment, will need to repeat this same procedure in 7 days to allow for any newly hatched eggs. Again, if you have a higher severity of bed bugs, you may want to do a 3rd treatment 7 days from the previous treatment.

Final Thoughts:

Bed bug treatments take time and effort but you can do it! Being proactive to avoid getting bed bugs is a lot easier.

  • If you like to go to yard or garage sales, make sure you do a thorough inspection before bringing unknown items into your home.
  • Treat your luggage with Crossfire or Bedlam to avoid unwanted passengers.
  • Never put your luggage on the hotel bed, use the luggage rack.
  • Use a protective mattress and box spring cover.

Active Ingredient

Bedlam – Imidacloprid 0.05% MGK 264 1% Phenothrin 0.4%

Delta dust – Deltamethrin 0.05%

Target pests

Crossfire – Bed Bugs, Bed Bug Eggs, Brown Dog Ticks, Fleas, Dust Mites, Clothes Moths and Carpet Beetles.

CimeXa – Ants, Bee’s, Bedbugs, Cockroaches, Fleas, Silverfish, Scorpions, Sowbugs, Ticks and numerous stored product pests

For use in

Crossfire – Commercial and Residential, Apartments, Hospitals, Hotels, Kennels, Nursing Homes, Offices, Restaurants, Schools and Warehouses.

CimeXa – Indoors and outdoors, aircraft, bakeries, breweries, cafeterias, hospitals, restaurants, schools, warehouses and many more.

Pet friendly

Crossfire – Not for Use on Humans or Animals.

Not for sale to

NY, DC, PR

Manufacturer

Crossfire – MGK

Cimexa – Rockwell Labs

2 reviews for 2K Bed Bug Pack

5.0
Based on 2 reviews
5 star
100
100%
4 star
0%
3 star
0%
2 star
0%
1 star
0%
  1. Anonymous (verified owner)

    usUnited States

    Great product

    (0) (0)
  2. Thomas R H. (verified owner)

    usMichigan, United States

    (0) (0)

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