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  BugBand Bed Bug No More Spray

BugBand Bed Bug No More Spray


BugBand Bed Bug No More Spray

Our Price: $4.99

Availability: Usually Ships in 2 to 3 Business Days

Description Features
Unfortunately for travelers, the pesky bed bug is back and stronger than ever. BED BUGS NO MORE! will kill bed bugs on contact helping to control infestation.  The Swiss trade secret natural Geraniol used in this product attacks the exoskeleton of bed bugs killing them. Standard pesticide products are nerve agents that only kill insects with developed nervous systems. BugBand BED BUGS NO MORE! kills eggs, larvae, nymphs and adult bed bugs on contact. Insects cannot develop resistance to the Geraniol.
Technical Specs
  • DEET vs. Geraniol
  • What is Geraniol?
  • Geraniol, the active ingredient in BugBand insect repelling products, is a natural essential oil derived from geraniums. When Geraniol is exclusively formulated with other minimum risk or food-grade ingredients, the resulting insect repellent products are not regulated pesticides when they meet federally established criteria.
  • Geraniol is a biodegradable ingredient that is safe to use and safe for the environment. There is no known toxicity to animals or wildlife.
  • How does Geraniol Repel Insects?
  • Geraniol has a relatively high vapor pressure and gives off a dilute vapor into the air stream which acts as an area repellent. This helps repel insects before they land. The natural tendency of Geraniol to evaporate makes it work as the active ingredient in wristbands, plastic beads, and other BugBand repellent products. It also helps to improve the efficacy of liquid spray Geraniol BugBand repellents.
  • DEET is a Chemical Pesticide.
  • DEET is a synthetic, manufactured chemical that is also known to repel insects. When formulated with any ingredient, even tap water, it is required to be registered by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a pesticide. The National Pesticide Telecommunications Network reports that DEET does not readily degrade in the environment and has a moderate potential to move through soil and into groundwater. It is slightly toxic to fish, birds and aquatic invertebrates.
  • Plastic, Rubber and Paint.
  • DEET is a very good solvent and will melt or cause damage to plastic, rubber and paint. Things like acrylic sunglasses, fishing line, watch crystals, finishes on firearms, paint on trucks, or similar materials can be damaged or destroyed if subjected to DEET-based products.
  • Flammability
  • Some DEET-based products have been found to be flammable, and many manufacturers of flame-retardant garments have issued warnings to their users not to use DEET-based repellents while wearing these flame retardant suits.