Bedlam is the best option for customers who may be dealing with a contained, yet difficult-to-remove bed bug problem. Each can holds 17 oz. of spray, which is enough for one average-sized bedroom. This estimate takes into account the carpeting, baseboards, bed frame, mattress, box spring, and furniture throughout the room.
To gain the full benefits of the spray, it’s important to follow the complete instructions listed on the can. It’s also essential that you take proper methods toward hygiene, which will help kill off more bed bugs. Before you spray, remove all infected bedding and fabrics and place them in a plastic bag. Transfer them directly to a tumble dryer, where you should run them at the highest setting for at least 30 minutes. Heat has been proven to kill off bed bugs successfully, so your dryer should take care of the ones that are on your sheets and clothes.
Spray throughout the room and don’t miss any places where the bugs may be hiding. Though they’re more common in and around your bed, they may have spread throughout the affected room and in the cracks and crevices around furniture.
Though the spray offers two weeks of residual treatment, it’s best to continue monitoring the area where you’ve sprayed to determine when you need to spray again. If the problem seems to have gotten better after you sprayed but gets worse again after a couple of weeks, it’s time for retreatment. Continue reapplying and monitoring the area until you can determine that no bed bugs are left. You may also want to hire a professional inspector to make sure the infestation is gone.