Bed Bug Supply Review - see what our experts have to say about this product
Homeowners and professionals alike should give Temprid some serious consideration. This dual-action spray has been proven to be incredibly effective in controlling bed bug populations, including strains that are resistant to conventional pyrethroids.
The secret to Temprid’s success is in its dual-action formula. Combining beta-cyfluthrin with imidacloprid gives Temprid quick knockdown power as well as long-lasting residual effect. A single application of Temprid can control bed bugs (as well as tons of other pests) for up to six months.
Unlike many heavy-duty bed bug sprays, Temprid is labeled for use on carpet and upholstered furniture. It has low odor, doesn’t stain, and the residue leaves a clean surface when it evaporates.
Using Temprid is simple. All you need is a spray tank and some water. Mix the Temprid single dose serving with a gallon of water and shake it up, and you’re ready to rock. You can apply Temprid on the folds and seams of your mattress, box spring, or upholstered furniture. You should also spray along cracks and crevices in your floors, behind the baseboard of your bed, and behind hanging mirrors and picture frames. For best results, spray once a week until your infestation is fully treated.
Temprid has been flying out the door since we began carrying it, and for good reason. It’s a great bed bug fighter at a great price, suitable for both residential and commercial applications. If you are serious about taking down your bed bug infestation, start using Temprid right away.
Temprid SC is a liquid concentrate product; mix the full single serving of Temprid SC with a gallon of water in a spray tank, and you're ready to go. For indoor use, spray in cracks and crevices along baseboards, floor coverings, carpets, furniture, and hanging picture frames. Temprid works especially well as a perimeter control for many pests - spraying outside of your home, especially around the foundations, will help ward off over 50 types of pests.
- Bed bugs
- Boxelder bugs
- Carpet beetles
- Clothes moths
- Sow bugs
- Boxelder bugs
- Fire ants
- Ground beetles
- Multicolored Asian lady beetles
- Yellow jackets