JT Eaton Kills Bed Bugs Plus is a relatively new spray on the market harnessing the ability to kill unborn eggs and kill live bed bugs for up to 12 weeks. This has helped JT Eat Plus quickly become one of the most effective and widely used professional strength bed bug insecticide on the market. Also, given it’s new formulation, there is no known bed bug resistance to Eaton Plus. In the following review we will discuss how and where to use the spray as well as how it works. Let’s have a closer look!
Kills bed bug eggs!
Although killing live bed bugs currently occupying a room is an important first step, the unborn eggs laid in hidden cracks and crevices of the room are still going to hatch 6-17 days. Repopulation can be the most difficult battle you might face when going against bed bugs, which is why a good residual spray is important to any bed bug treatment.
The formula in Kills Bed Bugs Plus consists of a water-based blend of synergized pyrethrins, PBO (an organic compound used in insecticides) , and permethrin, to obtain the best results against even the most resistant of bed bugs. Although the chemicals included in Kills Bed Bugs Plus are strong enough to take down the toughest of bed bugs, it is safe for use on hard surfaces and most water-safe fabrics.
What makes JT Eaton Kills Bed Bugs Plus so unique is the fact that it can actually kills unborn bed bug eggs. This is something that 99% of all other professional grade bed bug sprays can’t do. This is due to the active ingredients ability to permeate through the egg’s protective layer, killing the bed bug developing inside. If you’re wondering “what if I miss a few hidden eggs?”, don’t worry. The 12 weeks of residual protection gives bed bugs more than enough time to hatch and come in contact with the chemicals once they look for their first blood meal.
APPLICATION AND USE
You can apply Kills Bed Bugs Plus to most hard surfaces and water-safe fabrics such as:
- Baseboards (along edges and behind)
- Seams and folds of mattresses
- Carpet edges
- Boxsprings or other wooden furnitures.
Refer to the label for a full list
When treating fabrics, it recommended that you test Kill Bed Bugs Plus on a small surface area before doing a full treatment. This way you will know if the fabric dyes are going to be affected by the chemicals. Also, be sure to spray until the material is damp and allow for it to dry completely before coming in contact with it.
Remember to always read and follow the product’s label, and msds, to ensure safe and effective usage.
Overall JT Eaton Kills Bed Bugs Plus is a great value offering one of the most effective spray formulation for beds on the market. Because of this, we use it for one of the residual cocktail sprays in our bed bug kit. As with all the sprays and powders we offer at Bed Bug Supply, Jt Eaton Kills Bed Bugs Plus is labeled and registered with the EPA. If you have any questions we are here 7-days a week to serve you at (866) 238-9868.