Bed Bug Supply Review - see what our experts have to say about this product
A powder applicator is a must-have for anyone using powders, like JT Eaton's diatomaceous earth powder.
The design of the applicator is pretty straightforward. There's a spring-operated pump with a rubber filling cap that feeds into a long metal straw. The metal parts are galvanized steel and powder-coated for durability. The construction holds up; we ship out applicators every day, and have yet to hear of one breaking.
An applicator should be easy to fill, easy to apply, and easy to maintain, and this one definitely delivers in all of those areas. No one should use bed bug powder without a bed bug powder applicator.
The Professional Bed Bug Powder Applicator is the perfect way to dispense bed bug powder. This versatile applicator can spread bed bug powder into hard to reach areas for different treatment needs.
Using the professional powder applicator is key to applying bed bug powder into hard to reach cracks and crevices. When handled upright (black cap on bottom), the powder applicator creates a very fine dusting resulting in a nearly invisible barrier that bed bugs will likely not notice. When inverted (black cap on the top) the powder will flow out more freely to fill in large cracks. If you hold the applicator with the black cap sideways, it will disperse in-between. We suggest using the powder applicator outside in the grass to before using it inside to learn how to use it.