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Harris 16 oz. Egg Kill Bed Bug Spray
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Harris

16 oz. Egg Kill Bed Bug Spray

$10.99 /each

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Harris Egg Kill Bed Bug Killer 16 oz. aerosol is ready to use. Kills bed bugs and their eggs to end the bed bug's life cycle. Treat mattresses, box springs, carpet, bedding, floors, walls, and drapes. Can also be used on luggage and garments.

  • Kills bed bugs and their eggs to end the bed bug's life cycle
  • Treats mattress, box springs, carpet, floor and walls for best pest elimination
  • Also treats luggage and garments
  • Easy aerosol spray applicator

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is it safe around animals

is it safe around animals
Asked by: dorita
The DE is sage around pets, but I would not use the Harris products around animals. I would let it dry overnight before the animals were on it.
Answered by: Sheri
Date published: 2017-01-15

Is this safe on clothes, skin contact.

Do you have the plastic bags for travel to place clothing in.
Asked by: Minnie7
It is safe on clothes. The only thing it will do to your skin is make it red which goes away overnight. If you decide to spread the foam around, use gloves.. I used my hands stupidly which were red for a few hours.
Answered by: Sheri
Date published: 2017-01-15

Will dis kill bed bugs

Asked by: peachez
Yes. It is the only thing on the market that kills eggs. This is the first time that my child has brought home bed bugs while going to the parks in Orlando. Those pests had 2 months to reproduce before we figured out what was causing the marks on my daughter (after bringing her to a dermatologist who said it was allergies!!). I am now a bed bug expert after about 60+ hours of working crazily in her room and we are 110% bed bug free. First, DO NOT buy these foggers. I used all 3 of these in her small room and when I went back into her room to get the empty canisters, they were all walking around!! Also, DO NOT get the Hot Shot Bug traps to put by the foot of each bed pedestal. They don't capture anything and when her room was filled with them, none went in it!!! THIS IS THE ONLY thing that worked for me. (1) Diatomaceous Earth ("DE") powder with puffer, Harris Bed Bug Killer gallon SPRAY and Harris Egg Bed Bug Killer FOAM (about $9.00). Home Depot actually sells the Harris Bed Bug Kit that contains some of the above so I would buy the kit first. However, I used 4 cans of the FOAM so make sure you buy more foam cans. Since they do not sell the foam cans at the store, order more ahead of time! THAT REALLY IS THE BEST. I also bought and used a $49.00 Hand steamer they sell at Walmart and steamed the wooden planks, mattress and box spring. I then used bed bug encasements that I purchased on Amazon to encase both of them so the bugs cannot go in and cannot get out!! Those encasements really work. Make sure to dismantle the ENTIRE BED INCLUDING SCREWS! The first time I did her room, I just partially dismantled her bed and the first night, she saw more bed bugs. When I took apart her bed the 2nd time (this time everything was dismantled including the feet and all screws), I shockingly found most of the bugs and eggs in the wooden planks, crevices and screws beneath the box spring. I especially saw a ton of unhatched eggs when I took apart the feet to the wooden planks (in those spaces). When I sprayed the foam inside the holes, I actually saw them run out of the holes and die immediately. Also, the foam is the only thing I know on the market that kills UNHATCHED EGGS!! I saw the eggs burst when I sprayed them with foam. I used the gallon spray for everything else such as furniture, luggage, etc. Also, make sure that you re-do the room about 7-10 days to get rid of any eggs that hatched after you cleaned that you might have missed. I just disassembled her room today after doing all of the above and found nothing!!!! Not even dead ones. We were told that to get an exterminator to treat her room (about 10 x 10), it would cost around $1,000.00. However, even the exterminator would not have done all that I did and would have left some around. I guarantee you will be bed bug free if you follow these directions!! Good luck.
Answered by: Sheri
Date published: 2017-03-16

How long to dry a mattress and 1 Bedroom

Asked by: tony
I let it dry overnight and then used encasements. . I saturated the DE on the carpet and them vacummed after 2 days. Please see my review.
Answered by: Sheri
Date published: 2017-01-15
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Customer Reviews

16 oz. Egg Kill Bed Bug Spray is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the first time that my child has brought home bed bugs while going to the parks in Orland... This is the first time that my child has brought home bed bugs while going to the parks in Orlando. Those pests had 2 months to reproduce before we figured out what was causing the marks on my daughter (after bringing her to a dermatologist who said it was allergies!!) I am now a bed bug expert after about 60+ hours of working crazily in her room and we are 110% bed bug free. First, DO NOT buy these foggers. I used all 3 of these in her small room and when I went back into her room to get the empty canisters, they were all walking around!! Also, DO NOT get the Hot Shot Bug traps to put by the foot of each bed pedestal. They don't capture anything and when her room was filled with them, none went in it!!! THIS IS THE ONLY thing that worked for me. (1) Diatomaceous Earth ("DE") powder with puffer, Harris Bed Bug Killer gallon SPRAY and Harris Egg Bed Bug Killer FOAM (about $9.00). Home Depot actually sells the Harris Bed Bug Kit that contains some of the above so I would buy the kit first. However, I used 4 cans of the FOAM so make sure you buy more foam cans. Since they do not sell the foam cans at the store, order more ahead of time! THAT REALLY IS THE BEST. I also bought and used a $49.00 Hand steamer they sell at Walmart and steamed the wooden planks, mattress and box spring. I then used bed bug encasements that I purchased on Amazon to encase both of them so the bugs cannot go in and cannot get out!! Those encasements really work. Make sure to dismantle the ENTIRE BED INCLUDING SCREWS! The first time I did her room, I just partially dismantled her bed and the first night, she saw more bed bugs. When I took apart her bed the 2nd time (this time everything was dismantled including the feet and all screws), I shockingly found most of the bugs and eggs in the wooden planks, crevices and screws beneath the box spring. I especially saw a ton of unhatched eggs when I took apart the feet to the wooden planks (in those spaces). When I sprayed the foam inside the holes, I actually saw them run out of the holes and die immediately. Also, the foam is the only thing I know on the market that kills UNHATCHED EGGS!! I saw the eggs burst when I sprayed them with foam. I used the gallon spray for everything else such as furniture, luggage, etc. Also, make sure that you re-do the room about 7-10 days to get rid of any eggs that hatched after you cleaned that you might have missed. I just disassembled her room today after doing all of the above and found nothing!!!! Not even dead ones. We were told that to get an exterminator to treat her room (about 10 x 10), it would cost around $1,000.00. However, even the exterminator would not have done all that I did and would have left some around. I guarantee you will be bed bug free if you follow these directions!! Good luck.
Date published: 2017-01-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the few products I've tried that really kills BB's and their eggs. I've tried dozens of products that claim they can destroy BBs. Harris really works. I'm glad to find a product that does what it claims.
Date published: 2012-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product actually works! By the time I had figured out I had picked up bed bugs from somewhere I had a pretty good infestation going on in my bedroom and around my desk in my home office. I had tried quite a few other products that included different insecticide sprays (all claiming to kill bed bugs) and natural powders that would dehydrate the bed bugs if they walked through the powder. The powder worked fairly well but it was obvious that the powder alone was not going to be enough. The other sprays did not seem to even bother the bed bugs. I could hit them and hit them and hit them with the spray and they just kept on walking. I was getting very frustrated and desperate thinking that nothing was going to work. Out of desperation and as a last ditch effort I decided to purchase a few cans of "Harris Egg Kill Bed Bug Killer" thus giving insecticide sprays one last chance. I cannot tell you how happy I am that I ran across this spray on the Home Depot website and decided to give it a try. This stuff really works! It literally stops bed bugs in their tracks. The volume of spray it delivers when you spray it is perfect as well. Some of the other sprays I had tried did not deliver a high volume of spray. Harris is obviously aware that you need to dose the infected area with a high volume of spray and their can delivers a perfect amount. While I had not seen bed bugs on my sofa in my living room, I sort of figured in must also be infested and I used the spary on my sofa as well. Having done this, I can attest to Harris's claim that the spray does not stain fabric (always test on your own fabric just to ensure this though). I have been bed bug free for a good month and a half now and could not be happier with my choice to try this spray. Depending on the size of your home and how badly you are infested, the amount of cans you purchase will vary but I would order at least two cans (I ordered three and used about two and a half). One other note - I had read on a U.S. Government website dedicated to the rising bed bug issue that you must take a multi-level approach to getting rid of them. That multi-level approach includes encasing your mattress with a cover that will zip up and seal your mattress within it. I had done this and do believe that this is required to be successful in getting rid of these bugs.
Date published: 2012-10-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DID NOT WORK! This was the worst. I thought i was killing the bedbugs I saw and did an entire treatment with the kit. Weeks later the situation worsened and I didn't understand why. I did a second treatment and after I sprayed the bedbugs I found I waited about ten minutes and realized each and every bug I sprayed began to start moving again! I was completely shocked and upset that the product I was using DID NOTHING! I wasted time and money using this product and this allowed the situation of the bedbugs worsen!!
Date published: 2016-07-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Was not terribly happy with this- other Harris Spray is MUCH better I'm the type who experiments with the different methods and decides which works best. So I got a kit with the diatomaceous earth, the gallon Harris Bed Bug Spray and this, the so-called Bed Bug and Egg Killer . I put each in a plastic container and caught some of the bugs and put them in each. The DE, 24 hours or less on bugs who are flat and haven't fed. 3-5 days on the ones who have. On the gallon jug stuff, instant. Touches them, dead. On this aerosol stuff, they stop moving , or appear to anyway. I think the shock of being sprayed does it. They don't move again until it dries, and you poke at them. They are another insect that plays dead for a while if you mess with them. This stuff killed 2 out of 6 bugs, or 30%. The other four just seemed to keep on going after it dried. I'll stick with the thicker, more fatal stuff in the gallon bottle. It has a different chemical.
Date published: 2014-06-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hot Shot and Raid cheaper In our experience, the only real difference between this product and store shelf products (Hot Shot and Raid BB Killers) was the price. We already had mattress and box spring enclosures on our bed. When we sprayed this product on the outside and around the mattress/box springs... the bugs remained. With these critters you can't afford to let time pass as they multiply rapidly. We ended up buying insecticide from an online company. It is considerably more expensive but worth it to get rid of the nasty things!!!
Date published: 2013-09-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works very will Works very good kills right on touch and I sprayed all the edges of my mattress and have been bug free I just wish they had this product In a bombing method so I could boom the whole room but works very
Date published: 2013-07-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from works but you have buy more than 10 cans i think it works but you have to use a lot, other wise the bed bugs wont die., i still have bed bugs
Date published: 2012-10-16
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