For safety when using Bedlam Plus, make sure you read the label instructions.
First off, I note that Bedlam will also kill the bed bugs and the eggs that are resistant to pesticides such as pyrethroids.
So, let’s get started!
#1: Review Summary
So, Bedlam Plus is a residue formula and hence even after applying, its active ingredients will continue repelling and killing bed bugs for about 1-4 weeks. Spray lightly on fabrics, drapes, sofas, mattresses and mattress encasements.
Luckily, Bedlam Plus has no restrictions like other bed bug sprays and thus you can apply it at any location you’d apply other liquids. But exclude pets and kids from the places where you’ve applied the Bedlam Plus until the aerosol has fully dried.
The active ingredients are n-octyl dicarboximide (bicycloheptene) in addition to sumithrin, which is a great chemical to allow you to readily kill the bed bugs.
Luckily, the new formula in this Bedlam Plus has imidacloprid that enhances a faster knockdown effect even for different bed bug strains.
While spraying your sofas, you’ll need to give special attention to corner cracks, folds, and seams since that’s where you’ll mainly find bed bugs, larvae, and their eggs while still reducing their hatching rate. But, cover up your aquariums to protect your reptiles and fish.
Won’t stain your fabrics (water-safe types), clothes, and surfaces.
Great for spot treating carpets, wooden furniture and mattresses.
Kills a range of pests including bed bugs and fleas
Will reach bed bugs in their hiding places
Will kill bed bug eggs and the adults
The preferred formula by pest exterminators
Leave suitable bed bug killing residue
It’s a water-based bed bug killing formula
Has high efficacy compared to other bed bu killers