VamPyre Misting Concentrate

VamPyre Misting Concentrate

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VamPyre Misting Concentrate

VamPyre is a new misting concentrate used to flush insects out of hiding and kill them quickly. Vampyre uses a synergised pyrethrin compound that excels at quickly knocking down hard-to-kill populations, including bed bugs that are resistant to many synthetic pyrethroids.

Unit Size: 1 Gallon
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$177.95
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Key Features:
  • Effective against hard-to-kill insects like bed bugs, mosquitos, and gnats
  • Kills bed bugs on contact without leaving any residues
  • Low odor
  • Labeled for food and non-food areas

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VamPyre is a unique misting concentrate by MGK. It combines pyrethrins with the synergist piperonyl butoxide, delivering rapid killing strength against even resistant strains of bed bugs, as well as over 80 other pest species. It is the top choice for mosquito control, including the Culex species that may carry the West Nile Virus.


VamPyre’s success is owed to its high-performance ratio of pyrethrum to synergist (1:10), which is easy on landscape plants but incredibly effective against hard-to-kill insect populations. It is known for flushing out bugs in hiding, then killing them as they escape, which makes it especially useful against bed bugs and other infamous hiders.


VamPyre is very versatile, and can be used in automatic misting systems, mechanical foggers, compressed air sprayers, and undiluted applications. For best results against bed bugs, lightly spray around the tufts and seams of mattresses, and spray in all of the bed frame’s joints. Treat around baseboards, moldings, floors, walls, furniture, and in tight cracks and crevices elsewhere.

Product Information



VamPyre is a new misting concentrate used to flush insects out of hiding and kill them quickly. Vampyre uses a synergised pyrethrin compound that excels at quickly knocking down hard-to-kill populations, including bed bugs that are resistant to many synthetic pyrethroids.

For use against bed bugs, dilute about 4 fluid ounces of Vampyre with a gallong of water, agitating while mixing. Spray the tufts and seams of mattresses. Take the bed apart and spray in all of the joints. Treat cracks and crevices in any baseboards, moldings, walls, and other furniture.




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  • Almond Moths
  • Angoumois Grain Moths
  • Ants
  • Bed Bugs
  • Black Carpenter Ants
  • Black Flies
  • Black Widow Spiders
  • Blood Sucking Lice
  • Boxelder Bugs
  • Brown Dog Ticks
  • Cadelles
  • Carpet Beetles
  • Cat Fleas
  • Cellar Spiders
  • Cereal Beetles
  • Cheese Mites
  • Cheese Skippers
  • Chocolate Moths
  • Cigarette Beetles
  • Clothes Moths
  • Clover Mites
  • Cockroaches
  • Confused Flour Beetles
  • Crickets
  • Dark Mealworms
  • Darkling Beetles
  • Deer Flies
  • Deer Ticks
  • Dermestid Beetles


  • Dog Fleas
  • Dried Fruit Beetles
  • Drugstore Beetles
  • Earwigs
  • Face Flies
  • Fannia Flies
  • Firebrats
  • Flat Grain Beetles
  • Fleas
  • Flies
  • Fruit Flies
  • Fungus Gnats
  • Gnats
  • Grain Mites
  • Granary Weevils
  • Hide Beetles
  • Horn Flies
  • Hornets
  • Horse Flies
  • House Flies
  • Indian Meal Moths
  • Khapra Beetles
  • Lesser Grain Beetles
  • Lesser Grain Borers
  • Lesser House Flies
  • Lice
  • Mediterranean Flour Moths
  • Merchant Grain Beetles
  • Midges


  • Miller Moths
  • Millipedes
  • Mosquitoes
  • Palmetto Bugs
  • Pillbugs
  • Poultry Lice
  • Red Flour Beetles
  • Rice Flour Beetles
  • Rice Weevils
  • Rusty Grain Beetles
  • Saw-toothed Grain Beetles
  • Sheep Ticks
  • Silverfish
  • Skipper Flies
  • Small Flying Moths
  • Sowbugs
  • Spider Beetles
  • Spiders
  • Stable Flies
  • Ticks
  • Tobacco Moths
  • Trogoderma Beetles
  • Warehouse Beetles
  • Wasps
  • Waterbugs
  • Yellow Mealworms
  • Yellow Jackets

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Vampyre Misting Concentrate
This Company was very prompt and Thorough I would use them in the future.
Reviewed by:  from South Carolina.