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Hot Shot® Bedbug & Flea Killer Aerosol

  • Kills bedbugs, fleas, dustmites and ticks
  • Kills bedbug eggs before they hatch 
  • For use on luggage, baseboards and carpets to kill bedbugs 

     

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UPC - 071121961143

Size - 17.5 oz


MSDS

9688-269-8845

Labels

071121961143

This product controls the following:

Bedbugs, bedbug eggs, fleas, brown dog ticks and dust mites

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1 year, 1 month ago
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Heidi
State: Connecticut
Age: 35 to 44
Gender: Female
Level of expertise: Intermediate
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As long as you store it as directed on the container, it will be effective indefinitely. If you want to provide your lot code information, we can tell you when it was manufactured, however.
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State: Missouri
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State: Rhode Island
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You don't need to leave your home when spraying Hot Shot Bedbug & Flea Killer aerosol; just stay out of the treatment area until it has completely dried.
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Did not read directions and I sprayed my matress and box spring heavily.
 
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11 months ago
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Dan
City:Stevensville
State: Michigan
Age: 35 to 44
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Beginner
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Give it several days to dry out thoroughly before using it again.
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State: Pennsylvania
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It's not labeled for use against flea larvae or eggs, just adults. The fogger version, Hot Shot Bedbug & Flea Fogger, will kill all flea stages: http://www.hotshot.com/Products-and...
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Bed Bug Spray Safety using in mattress

I have used your product and it seems effective in areas of infestation (electric outlets, etc). However, after all these treatment regimen, we found some bugs on the mattress (with cover). Since your label says it is safe to spray mattresses, I proceeded to do it on our mattress. Still, I want to make sure that once it is dry, it is truly safe and that whatever toxicity is present in killing the bugs is not harmful once the betting is placed on the mattress. I did have reaction to it in my eyes when I was spraying, so had to wash the eyes.

Would appreciate your definitive statement on this safety.
 
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11 months ago
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John Singkit
City:Bronx
State: New York
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Male
Level of expertise: Intermediate
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Yes, it is ok to use Hot Shot Bedbug & Flea Killer aerosol on mattress seams and tufts, but you should not saturate it completely. Allow the bed to dry, then it's fine to replace your (washed) bedding and sleep on the mattress.
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