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CimeXa Insecticide Dust

CimeXa Insecticide Dust is the newest product available in the battle against bed bugs, fleas, ticks and other insects.  CimeXa Dust is 100% Silica dust, is very safe, odorless, and will not stain.  CimeXa Dust will last up to 10 years when applied to undisturbed areas like wall voids. It is very effective on bed bugs, fleas, and especially pyrethroid resistant bed bugs. When pests come into contact with CimeXa, the product clings to their exoskeleton and absorbs the waxy coating, causing death from dehydration.

How CimeXa Insecticide Dust Works

CimeXa Insecticide Dust contains 100% natural silica gel which kills insects by contact. When insects pick up the dust on the exoskeleton, it clings to and absorbs the waxy coating, causing dehydration and eventual death. CimeXa is best applied with a duster to avoid over-application. Because of its mode of action, CimeXa Dust takes longer to kill target pests. However, the natural ingredient has no properties that cause it to change or break down, so the dust is effective for at least 10 years when applied in undisturbed areas.

CimeXa Insecticide Dust Target Pests

Ants, Crazy Ants, Cockroaches, Firebrats, Silverfish, Spiders, Mites, Bed Bugs, Lice, Fleas, Ticks, and Drywood Termites.


Ants, Cockroaches, Firebrats, Silverfish, Spiders, Mites, Bed Bugs, Lice, Fleas, Ticks, Drywood Termites. Kills Bed Bug Adults and Nymphs Kills Bed Bug Nymphs Hatched from Dusted Eggs kills Pyrethroid-Resistant Bed Bugs.

Target Uses

CimeXa Insecticide Dust can be used in place of other similar insecticide dusts and used in voids, cracks and crevices for most common crawling insect pests. Because of its stability, CimeXa Dust is ideal for tedious or time-consuming dusting treatments, such as treatments of wall voids or attic spaces. CimeXa Dust is also an excellent dust for bed bug treatments because there is no known resistance to it. CimeXa Dust is completely natural, making it preferable for use in sensitive accounts or locations.

CimeXa Insecticide Dust Application Instructions

Apply at a rate of 2 ounces per 100 square feet. Use a handheld bellows, bulb, or puffer bottle type duster to apply a light, visible film. A power duster may also be used. Power duster use is limited to cracks, crevices, voids, attics and crawlspaces to insure containment of dust particles. Focus on areas where insects or their signs are seen.

CimeXa Dust may also be used as a spray, paint-on application, or foam. Combine 1 lb of product per gal. of water. Apply approximately 1 qt. of solution per 250 square feet of area to be treated. For injection treatment, add the appropriate amount of foaming agent to the product/water slurry and inject directly into galleries and voids.

A 4 oz. bottle covers approximately 200 square feet. A 5 lb. pail covers approximately 4,000-5,000 square feet.

Standard Application Rates

  • 2 oz. per 100 square feet
  • 1 lb. per 1,000 square feet – attics and crawlspaces
  • Liquid application: Mix 1 lb. dust with 1 gallon of clean water. Apply 1 quart of solution per 250 square feet

For use in the following areas:

In and around residential, multi-family, commercial, industrial, institutional, municipal, agricultural, research, daycare, health care, educational, recreational, and office buildings, hotels, motels, garages, transport vehicles, warehouses, theaters, food handling and food processing establishments, Federally inspected meat and poultry plants.


In attics, be sure to get dust near the eaves and vent pipes where insects often first enter, as well as around any pipes or potential access points between the attic and the main structure.

The bottom drawers in kitchen and bathroom cabinets can be removed and dust applied into drawer wells. No dust should be left exposed when drawers are replaced.

Cimexa Bed Bug Treatment: Remove bedding and take the bed apart. Treat the interior framework, joints and cracks in the bed frame. Treat the mattress and box spring, paying particular attention to tufts, folds and edges, and the interior framework of the box spring. Remove wall-mounted headboards and treat the back side. Treat picture frames, moldings, hollow furniture legs, cracks and crevices, along baseboards, and any areas with visible signs of infestation, including rugs and carpet. Treat upholstered furniture by removing or lifting (if possible) the cushions and treating the undersurface. Treat the interior framework, cracks and joints of the furniture, and the folds, tufts and edges of cushions and other upholstered areas. Do not treat toys and stuffed animals with product. Treat wall voids by removing electrical switch plate covers to allow access, but don’t apply dust directly in electrical boxes. Apply about ¼ oz of dust to each accessible void.

Cimexa for Flea Control:  Apply at a rate of 2 ounces per 100 square feet. Treat kennels, pet bedding/rest areas, floor and floor coverings (such as carpets), cracks behind molding and baseboards and other areas where pests may harbor.  Apply as a light film or light coating over the target surfaces.


CimeXa Dust is not intended for outdoor use.

CimeXa Insecticide Dust Features

  • Natural silica gel is safe, natural, and long-lasting
  • Odorless and non-staining
  • Effective even on pyrethroid-resistent bed bugs
  • Labeled for use in a wide variety of locations
  • Labeled for use in federally inspected meat and poultry plants

Extra Tips

  • Dust is best applied with a hand duster.
  • In food areas, only apply dust in cracks, crevices, and other inaccessible areas.
  • Any dust that is left visible after treatment should be removed and the exposed surface washed.
  • Insects need moisture, so kitchen and bath areas and areas immediately surrounding them, and any other damp areas should be carefully inspected and treated if necessary.

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  • 46 of 47 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Hands down the BEST bed bug treatment product on the market
    By Ken in Billings, MT on 08/13/2015

    YEAH YEAH, We've all heard the accolades of Diatomaceous earth and how it's the best "go to" treatment for bed bugs. well, I've got news for you, this leaves DE in the dust. hehe. Ok, I will take you down the rabbit hole of our bedbug hell. I'm no idiot. I've tried things and used empirical evidence to support a conclusion. We got bed bugs when we got a free king sized mattress that had been left behind by a tenant of the apartment we moved into. Had I know the hell that would follow, I wouldn't have moved into the apartment. The bed was infested and little did I know, that meant the entire house was infested. When I was finally able to identify the "mosquito bites" or rash that had magically appeared, I did a lot of extensive research to properly fight the pest and eradicate it. Now, I'm one of those people that the bites affect badly, so I was suffering quite a lot. My first purchase was an encasement for the bed and box springs. absolutely mandatory. You have to isolate any bugs away from you. Second mandatory purchase are climb up interceptors for the legs of your bed and furniture. Once you isolate your bed, then you can begin treatment. I tried alcohol, bedlam sprays, pretty much every expensive spray under the sun that you can purchase as an individual without a license. sure, the sprays did kill the bugs, but the damn things hide in every conceivable crack and nook. Sure, you spray the cracks and nooks with the sprays and it'll kill for a short while. But Cimexa, now that's an entirely different story. DE takes a bit of time to kill the bugs. Cimexa isn't instantaneous, but it DOES kill them every time they touch it. Lay a thin layer of Cimexa around the perimeter of your room. lay a thin dusting around anything you suspect may have bugs hidden in them and let the stuff do it's work. Put some in your climb up interceptors and around your bedframe and inside your encasements. Literally create an impenetrable barrier around yourself and let the bugs come to you, through the dust to their death. We fought for 2 YEARS using traditional DE and other treatments to no effect, however after using Cimexa, we stopped seeing them. It's now been a year since we've seen a bug in our rooms (and I mean ANY bug) though we still keep the interceptors and cimexa in place. I have a spare bottle i keep around for emergencies and have even started using it to get rid of bugs in my garden and hydroponics. The evidence showed a slight decrease with every single product but ultimately didn't provide the final solution. Cimexa did. I am a firm believer that Cimexa ALONE if used correctly and over time, will completely rid you of your bed bug problem. The bugs will always come seeking food (you) and as long as your protected by a barrier of dust of cimexa, while they may get you here and there, they have sealed their fate by walking over the cimexa to get to you to feast and it will be the last thing they do. Just like laying landmines around a fortified base, as the enemy continues to send troops your way, eventually they will have no more troops to send and you will have won by attrition. Oh also, make sure to adequately dust the inside of your furniture as well. Literally any place you "hang" that will provide a food source they can reach, will harbor the bugs, so do yourself a favor and spray Cimexa inside the couch and such too. You will want a dust mask as it hangs in the air for quite a long time it's so light.

    Expert Response   Expert response:
    Thank you for the in depth review of Cimexa! While we agree that Cimexa is an excellent product we do not recommend you use it alone to control a bedbug infestation because it can take several days to actually kill the bedbugs and in that time they can reproduce. Please take time to read our Bedbug Guide which explains how to effectively implement a bedbug program:

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  • 18 of 21 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  super!!
    By Teresa in NYC, queens on 10/10/2012
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    I use it 2 weeks already, I haven't seen any Bedbugs. PS ; i did use Bedlam Insecticide Spray too.

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  • 18 of 18 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Works great but read below
    By Nick in IL on 12/05/2013

    This is an impressive product that decimated a flea problem in our couch. I used it under the cushions and along edges. I also used it in low traffic problem areas on the carpet and pet bed. Be aware the dust is VERY fine and does hang in the air which is why I avoided using it on all of the carpet floors.

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  • 16 of 18 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  CimeXa Insecticide Dust is an awesome product
    By Deb in Ottumwa, IA on 07/27/2014
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    I had cockroaches and others when I moved into my house that I rent. I followed the directions to a t. I used it around all my furniture including bookshelves, tv stands, couches, etc. I did this once a week and in about two weeks I noticed I was seeing less and less bugs all the time after a month I am not seeing any bugs at all. I still will apply the dust if I do starting seeing bugs again. I have also recommended CimeXa to my family and friends. It killed bugs and spiders that I did not even know I had. The bellow duster is also recommended as well, makes the application to the walls a lot easier and saves a lot of time.

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  • 15 of 16 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  CimeXa Insecticide
    By Ralph in Grand Island, FL on 01/27/2015
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    I wasted time and money on store-brand flea treatments and CimeXa dust did more in 3 days than $30 worth of foggers did in 3 weeks. Great product!

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  CimeXa Insecticide Dust
    By Tracy in Dallas, TX on 11/29/2016

    Works great! Would buy again!

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  great product
    By Sue in Baltimore, MD on 11/09/2016

    I am now using CimeXa for pest control as a step up from DE. one bottle gives great coverage. It is good to be careful not to raise more dust than necessary, but it is good to know it is non toxic

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Bed bud control
    By Les in Olive Hill, Ky on 10/30/2016

    Best thing i have encountered for this problem. Totally eradicated these pest. Along with the Bedlam spray that i sprayed in every nook and cranny, I have not seen any sign of this pest at all. I have done daily checks and have seen not a trace. I grew up hearing the old saying "Good night don't let the bed bugs bite" was just a saying til someone brought into my home. All you can find around here is Pyrethroid Products, They do not work! Thank you so much!!!

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Only thing that works long term
    By Linda in Tennessee on 08/28/2016

    I own apartments. People visit each other and spread bed bugs. I tried the heat treatment by a bonded exterminator, at a cost of $400 per unit. It worked great until someone picked up a love seat on the side of the road and brought them back to be spread again. As $400 per unit is so much and appears to be repetitive, I decided to search out further treatments. I have used this CimeXa product now for about a year and it seems to be doing the job. I do caution my tenants to be vigilant about getting the bugs back and spreading them. But I definitely recommend this product. There is one thing to remember. I powdered an empty apartment and then instead of vacuuming it I tried to mop it. BIG MISTAKE. Do not get this CimeXa wet. It smears all over and I could not get it up. Still, I have no bug in that apartment. So all is good.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Good product
    By Wayne in Lynchburg, va on 08/22/2016

    My bedbug problem is slowly diminishing. I know it takes time and I'm seeing less and less.

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  • 4 of 5 stars  Works extremely well in duster
    By Antrim in Mansfield, Ohio on 08/19/2016

    A very fluffy dust that works very well in a duster and penetrates deep into cracks and crevices. Have used it on many bed bug jobs but not long enough to see how it holds up.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  thank you
    By Linda in Redlands, Calif on 08/10/2016

    I had used a similar product years ago but couldn't find it in local stores now. I was glad to find this powder. It was also safe for inside. I wanted it for dry-termites in my furniture. I drilled small holes the size of the top of bottle & squeezed powder in. The next day no termite residue. Filled the holes as directed. 2 weeks later when still no sign, I painted. The price was good & delivery fast. Thank you!

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  • 4 of 5 stars  Convenient to use....
    By Lois in Dowagiac on 08/05/2016

    Didn't realize how LARGE the containers were, but too much is better than too little, right? Very convenient form to use. Can't give it a "5" yet because unknown about the effectiveness.

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    1 of 5 stars  Extreamly Disappointed
    By April in Phoenix, AZ on 08/03/2016

    I had high hopes for this product, even bought two at first. Upon moving into my new house it was uncovered I had a huge Brown Dog Tick infestation. Even after calling an exterminator, I wanted to be sure these ticks were gona ASAP. After taking about 3 days to review different products online, I decided this one was going to be the best. Upon receiving the product, I caught one of the ticks (yes i know that sounds silly) and proceed to experiment with the product to ensure it was going to work. I placed the tick in a container that I had dusted this product with and waited. 4 days went by and the tick was still alive and very active, even with being lightly covered with the dust! it was an extreme disappointment! Sure it worked on other little bugs and insects very well but seemed to do nothing for the ticks! Will not ever recommend this product for ticks specifically...

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  • 4 of 5 stars  CimeXa Dust
    By Sushila in yuba city, ca on 08/03/2016

    it is too early to tell, it's been less than 2 weeks. hopefully it kill all bedbugs, it's second times that bedbugs got us. dont want go thru all over again. Believe this area have alot bedbugs in this town.

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09/28/2012 Rob from San Diego, Ca

QI have bedbugs and I live in an aparment that has carpet. Do bedbug live in or under carpet?
Does carpet need treatment? What spay should be used on carpet?

ABedbugs will hide wherever there are places for them to hide. In most situations you will not be required to spray all of the carpet for bedbugs because bedbugs will not sit out in the middle of the carpet. Usually you will concentrate your treatments up under the lip of the carpet. A dust insecticide such as Cimexa Dust would be a great choice because it stays active for a every long time.

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06/23/2012 Anna from Waynesfield, Oh

QAre there advantages to using CimeXa Insecticide Dust versus the Alpine dust?

AThere are two main advantages.  Cimexa is 100% Cilica, which is basically ground up sand.  It is 100% natural and green.  The other advantage is that in undisturbed areas CimeXa can last up to 10 years, whereas other dusts including Alpine will typically only last 1 or 2 years at the most.

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08/05/2013 Karen from Massachusetts

QCan CimeXa be used together with Diatomaceous Earth?

AYes, these two dust are completely compatible and can be used mixed together to provide extra control.

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06/01/2015 Ann

QI have read to not have children around when applying Cimexa.
I have not seen it addressed that children will ultimately be on the carpet or touching items/toys that have cimexa on it, breathing it, transferring to face etc. can you address residual for children?

AChildren should not be allowed back in the area until the CimeXa Insecticide Dust has settled.  You are normally applying it to cracks and crevices and wall voids. CimeXa Insecticide Dust should not be applied to kids toys or carpet where they may be putting the item in there mouths. 

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11/13/2014 Donny from Nashville

QCan breathing in Cimexa hurt you

AAlthough, Cimexa contains 100% natural silica gel, we still do not advice breathing it in. It could be harmful to you. You may want to consider wearing a Respirator mask when making your application.

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11/16/2016 Kortne from Beaumont

QHow long does it take for CimeXa Insecticide Dust to kill bedbug nymphs and eggs?


CimeXa Insecticide Dust can take minutes to hours to kill depending on what stage in life cycle the Bed Bugs are. It does cause them to dehydrate and die. The immature stages may take longer as they are not as active as the mature stages. 

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09/30/2016 Mary from Athens

QWill CimeXa Dust kill fire ants?
My yard has about 15 mounds and my dogs are getting eaten alive. Can I use CimeXa to drench them? I already have some, so it would help not to have to buy something else. Thanks!


CimeXa Dust is not labeled to kill fire ants. 

We would recommend you take a look at our Fire Ant Guide

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04/15/2016 Clayton from Russellville, Ar

QIs Cimexa really as good as it seems?
We have bedbugs sadly. We purchased a bedrail didnt check it and now we are fighting a losing battle. Our walls are cedar plank not drywall so theres billions of cracks and crevices. Will this help get rid of them we already put covers on our bed used pressure washer on rails and place the railes feet in cans filled with water to avoid getting bugs on bed no i want them to die a miserable death.


Cimexa Dust is 100% Silica dust, is very safe, odorless, and will not stain.  CimeXa Dust will last up to 10 years when applied to undisturbed areas like wall voids. It is very effective on bed bugs, fleas, and especially pyrethroid resistant bed bugs. When pests come into contact with CimeXa, the product clings to their exoskeleton and absorbs the waxy coating, causing death from dehydration. Be sure not to use too much dust in an area so that the bed bugs walk through it instead of around it. 

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03/29/2016 Mrst from Ok

QHow do you kill bed bugs behind walls? Should we drill holes & dust?
Hello, i have a question about bed bug control.. I have read your website & watched your videos on bed bug control. We have purchased all of the products necessary for treating our home. But, we believe the infestation started in my stepson's bedroom. That is where we have found the most activity and bugs. He has a big opening in his wall, that was put there for plumbing access (bathroom is on other side of wall). We have thrown out ALL furniture in that bedroom, & caulked EVERY crack & crevice. It is empty. But, there is still ALOT of bed bug activity in there. We believe the bed bugs are hidden in that wall, & coming from there. We have also found dead bed bugs around that opening, & live ones on our bathroom walls (just on the other side of that bedroom). My question is: How in the world can we kill bed bugs behind the wall? Should we drill holes in that wall & dust?


When treating for bed bugs or any other insect pest, we have to get the insecticide in contact with the insect. For bed bug treatments, that means treating all the harborage areas and potential harborage areas with insecticides. Insecticide dust such as the CimeXa would be best for wall voids because it is the longest lasting formulation that we can use there. Usually the best way to access the wall void is by removing outlet and switch plate covers and then applying the dust with a hand duster. The B&G Bulb Duster 1150 would be a good choice for you because it has a flexible plastic application tip.

We would not recommend creating addidtional holes in the wall unless they could be immediately sealed. Please let us know if you have further questions.

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03/26/2016 Christine from Saint Marys, Ga

QIs it normal to see more fleas after putting down Cimexa Dust?
I put Cimexa down 2 days ago. I just vacuumed and saw more fleas than I normally do when I went to empty the container. Is this normal? I would also like to know how long Cimexa takes to kill a flea?


It can be normal to see more activity after applying a product like Cimexa Dust as the fleas can become irritated and more active due to the product.  When pests come into contact with CimeXa dust, the product clings to their exoskeleton and absorbs the waxy coating, causing death from dehydration.  Cimexa does not kill immediately but instead will take several hours to actually kill the fleas. With fleas, the main part of your treatment is vacuuming.  Vacuuming pulls fleas and eggs to the surface and also provides the stimulation the pupa (immature flea) need to exit their cocoons and expose themselves to the insecticides that have been applied.  This could actually be the reason you are seeing more fleas in the container than before.

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03/09/2016 Dave from Murfreesboro, Tn

QIs it advisable to mix CimeXa Dust with a pyrethroid dust, such as Delta Dust or Tempo 1% dust?


While it is not usually needed to mix another type of dust with CimeXa Insecticide Dust you could do so as long as they were applied as directed on their respective product labels.  CimeXa does work very well on its own and actually has a broader label of applications than either Delta Dust or Tempo 1%.

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02/07/2016 Mary

QWill Cimexa Dust hang in air? How long? Is safe to let newborn baby enter the room with dust on?
After applying dust, will I feel very dry in air? Will the dust float in air? Will I breath the dust because it will hang in air? After treatment, when can I bring baby in? Or I should vacuum the dust away?


We would recommend keeping children and/or individuals out of the area until the Cimexa Dust settles completely. This could be 1-2 hours depending on how much was used. This product is mainly used for wall voids. If you are concerned about breathing the product in, we would recommend using a respirator mask when using the product. Be sure to let the dust stay down for at least 24 hours before vacuuming the area.

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01/25/2016 Marie from Sc

QDo I need to reapply CimeXa dust after each treatment with liquid pesticide?
I have the dust inside baseboards and molding. We have sprayed liquid pesticide on them as well. Do I need to reapply the dust in those areas?


If you are going to apply both liquids and dust formulations in or near the same area, then we would recommend applying the liquid or sprays first, allowing them to dry, and then applying the dust such as CimeXa Insecticide Dust. Applying sprays on top of dusts will cause the dust to clump and to become ineffective. CimeXa Insecticide Dust will remain effective as long as it is undisturbed and dry.

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01/21/2016 Ron from Los Angeles, Ca

QCan I use Bedlam Plus, Cimexa Dust and Nuvan Pro Strips inside a truck cab with gnats, and sometimes spiders or fleas inside?
I have searched for "truck" and "car" in the Q&A section and read a dozen hits on how to deal with bug / spider / flea / cockroach infestations. Recommendations include: D-Force HPX spray, Demon WP, Cy-Kick aerosol, SteriFab, and Ultracide. I also plan to remove and treat my leather heated / cooled ventilated seat covers b/c I think there may be some critters hiding inside there. For that I have considered putting Nuvan strips inside the seats and parking the vehicle for a couple of day before airing it out so the fumes can get around. Most of the center console, doors, dash and trim are hard plastic (2012 F150). The floors are carpeted, the ceiling is fabric, and there is a sunroof.


Before starting your treatment, we recommend a thorough vacumming of the vehicle. Discard the contents of the vacuum immediately in a bag and put in a separate trash container. Bedlam Plus aerosol can be used on the seats, tufts and folds and will provide a contact kill and leave a residual for up to 2 weeks.  

After the Bedlam has dried, Cimexa Dust can be applied under the seats, along cracks and crevices, tracks for seats and directly to the carpeted areas. Insecticide dusts are meant to be applied as a light dusting, you do not want to clump or over apply. Using a brush, work the cimexa dust into the upholstered areas and carpets. Repeat vacuuming daily or every other day. Refer to product label for specific instructions regarding your treatment. 

Nuvan Strips are labeled for use in vehicles and as long as you follow the Nuvan Product Label they should work very well and not cause any damage. 


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01/09/2016 Sj from Ca

QIs CimeXa safe to use with cats?
Can I treat my carpet with CimeXa where my cats lay?


Cimexa is safe on carpets when used as directed on the product label.  Pets should be out of the area during treatment.

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