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Tyler writes,

Can Bedlam be broadcast on the carpet in my bedroom? If no, what can?


Bedlam is not labeled to be used as a broadcast spray over your carpet. If you are treating for bed bugs there is really no reason to spray your entire carpet. Bed bugs do not live out in the open on your carpet and they usually do not travel out in the open across the carpet. Instead, like most insects, bedbugs choose to travel right up against the wall. We recommend that you concentrate your treatments to places that bed bugs harbor such as under the lip of the carpet, under baseboards, on mattresses, boxsprings, bed rails, headboards, foot boards, etc. Bedlam would be appropriate for most of those areas. If you are in fact dealing with a pest that infests carpets, such as fleas, you can check out Ultracide. Ultracide is made specifically for flea infestations in carpet.

Answer last updated on: 04/14/2011

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