Wilson® BED BUG OUT®
Bed Bug & Crawling Insect Killer Dust

Former name: Green Earth Bed Bug Killer Dust

Nobody wants bed bugs in their home. Imagine having bed bugs to look forward to as you go to bed. You don’t have to! This dust effectively kills bed bugs and other insects within 48 hours. All you have to do is to lightly coat areas where insects appear and use this dust in crevices and cracks where other insecticides just can’t reach. This dust will be effective as long as it is present.

Benefits and characteristics

Kills crawling insects within 48 hours

Kills crawling insects within 48 hours

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Long-lasting (effective as long as dust is present)

Long-lasting (effective as long as dust is present)

Where to use

  • Indoors

  • Outdoors

Effective against

How to use Wilson BED BUG OUT Bed Bug & Crawling Insect Killer Dust

Apply by lightly coating or dusting areas where insect pests are found or hide, such as in cracks and crevices, under cabinets, etc.

To kill bed bugs

Step 1
Take the bedding off and wash in hot water. To have better results, dry on high heat as well.

Step 2
Remove box spring and mattress.

Step 3
Apply dust to frames, joints, tufts and seams of your mattress, floors and baseboards.

Step 4
Reassemble the bed with clean sheets and pillow cases.


 

Tips

Direct application to insects is preferred.

Warnings

  • Avoid breathing dust.
  • Do not use as a space spray.
  • Avoid contact with eyes.

Do not reuse empty container.
Discard empty container in household garbage.

Store in a dry area. Keep out of reach of children and pets.

For additional product information or in case of emergency, spills or fire, call toll-free 1-800-268-2608.

 

General precautions

  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Wash thoroughly after handling and before smoking or eating.

 

Hazards to humans

Can cause irritation to eyes. Can be harmful if ingested.

 

If in eyes

Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for 15-20 minutes. Remove contact lenses if present after the first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing eye.

 

If inhaled

Move person to fresh air. If person is not breathing, call 911 or an ambulance, then give artificial respiration, preferably mouth-to mouth, if possible.

 

In every case, call a poison control centre or doctor for treatment advice.

 

Download safety data sheet link.

Silicon dioxide 90% (present as diatomaceous earth)

Frequently asked questions

BED BUG OUT Bed Bug & Crawling Insect Killer Dust contains diatomaceous earth, which is a powder made from the sediment of fossilized algae. Its particles have sharp edges that look like broken glass when examined under a microscope. As soon as the bed bugs come into contact with the dust, the powder is absorbed by the insect's body moisture, and the insect dehydrates and dies. BED BUG OUTTM Bed Bug & Crawling Insect Killer Dust also contains 2 food grade attractant additives to entice insects because crawling insects are attracted to different types of food.

BED BUG OUT Bed Bug & Crawling Insect Killer Dust’s diatomaceous earth is an alternative to chemical pesticides when trying to kill crawling insects. Diatomaceous earth is not toxic to humans or pets. However, as with any powdery substance, diatomaceous earth can cause respiratory discomfort when inhaled so be sure to avoid breathing dust.

Bed bugs hide during the day in cracks and crevices, even in electrical outlets and light switches.Take the box spring and mattress off the bed, apply BED BUG OUT Bed Bug & Crawling Insect Killer Dust in the bed frame joints, on the tufts & seams of the box spring and mattress, and on floors and baseboards. Unscrew electrical outlets and puff some powder inside the walls, and replace the covers.

It will take 48 hours to kill them. BED BUG OUT Bed Bug & Crawling Insect Killer Dust remains effective as long as it is present and dry.

Yes. After re-assembling your bed with the treated box spring and mattress, replace bedding with clean sheets and pillow cases. Wash and dry your blankets and bedspread before putting them back on the bed.

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