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Joe writes,
04/15/2011:

If I spray Bedlam, then bed bug contacts treated areas, then same bed bug bites me, could I be poisoned?

The product label says not to get Bedlam on your skin.

Answer:

The tiny minute amount of dry deposits of Bedlam that a bed bug may pickup would not be enough to cause any issues for a human. The label is referring to people trying to actually spray themselves with Bedlam or trying to treat their sheets, blankets or clothes with the product. These types of applications would be dangerous.

Answer last updated on: 04/15/2011

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