For longer usage time than the Bed Bug Steamer and great portability the McCulloch Stamer is the answer. Beds bugs are highly susceptible to heat, which is why a steam treatment can be used effectively to kill bed bugs on contact. Some bed bugs are resistant to chemicals, but none can withstand 200+ degree heat killing both bed bugs and their eggs. The McCulloch Steamer is a highly portable steamer that zaps bed bugs and their eggs dead on contact. The McCulloch Steamer, like our other steamers, is unique in that it can be used in conjunction with several other of our products as a completely non-chemical bed bug treatment. Because of it's portability and convenient shoulder strap, it also works well for pest control operators during bed bug jobs.
The McCulloch Steamer includes 10 attachments allowing the user to apply steam on different surfaces including baseboards, mattresses and box springs, carpeting, countertops, tile and wood floors.
The McCulloch Steamer is a multipurpose unit and can also be used to deep clean, remove dirt, stains and kill bacteria nnd spores without using detergents or chemicals. It also works with ordinary tap water and is the perfect non-toxic, eco-friendly green cleaning solution.
We've selected to offer the McCulloch Steamer against bed bugs because of it's great value, long usage time and
portability. When compared to our other steamers, it lacks an adjustable pressure knob and a dryer steam boiler found on the higher end Enviromate E3 and Vapamore MR-100 models we carry. It's steam is more than enough to treat bed bugs at 210 degrees Fahrenheit, but is not quite as hot or as dry as the E3 or MR-100. Compared to our beginning steamer, Bed Bug Steamer, the Mculloch can be used for 3 times as long making it far better for bigger jobs (10 minutes vs. 30 minutes). The McCulloch Steamer offers a great price point and value for treating bed bugs on contact.
Bed Bug Team