The unique formula structure in Stop Bugging Me!™ For Bed Bugs targets and blocks the octopamine neurotransmitter receptors found in bed bugs and dust mites. Blocking octopamine results in a total breakdown of the insect’s central nervous system. Mammals, birds, and fish do not have octopamine receptors, so Stop Bugging Me!™ has no adverse effect.
FOR BED BUGS
Frequently Asked Questions
How does Stop Bugging Me!™ For Bed Bugs work?
How do bed bugs spread?
Bed bugs live in any furniture, clothing, or bedding articles, so they or their eggs may be present in used furniture or clothing. They spread by crawling and contaminate multiple rooms in a home or even multiple dwellings in apartment buildings. They may also be present in boxes, suitcases, or other goods moved from residence to residence or from a hotel to home. Bed bugs can live on clothing from infested homes and spread by a person unknowingly wearing infested clothing.
What do bed bug eggs look like?
Bed bug eggs are sticky at first and approximately the size of a single spec of dust or dandruff flake. Often found in the dark, protected places such as walls and floor cracks, cracks in furniture, behind baseboards, under loose wallpaper, bed bug eggs will usually hatch in one to three weeks. The incubation time depends on the temperature, meaning if the weather's warmer, the shorter the time till they hatch. Bed bugs are ready to feed immediately after hatching.
Bed bug activity
Bed bugs tend to congregate together when they are resting. Bed bugs don't switch back and forth from one host to another, so if they find you first, you may be the only one bitten. Bed bugs are most active between 3am - 5am.
Will this product kill dust mites?
Stop Bugging Me!™ For Bed Bugs will kill bed bugs, dust mites, and head lice.
What materials can I spray Stop Bugging Me!™ For Bed Bugs on?
Stop Bugging Me!™ For Bed Bugs can be used to kill bed bugs on clothing, bedding, and other fabrics.
Does Stop Bugging Me!™ For Bed Bugs Kill "Super Lice"?
Yes, Stop Bugging Me!™ For Bed Bugs even kills "Super Lice" resistant to pyrethrums.