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Mdj from Philadelphia, Pa writes,
05/28/2015:

What's best for treating headboards and sensitive crevices in and around bed

Bedlam? Temprid ready spray or Phantom aerosol spray?

Answer:

Bedlam Insectide, Temprid Ready Spray and Phantom Aerosol are all labeled to be used on mattresses and box springs for bed bugs.

Bedlam Insecticide is a residual aerosol spray specially designed to control bed bugs and various other pests as well. Bedlam may be used as for crack and crevice treatment and on and around baseboards, floorboards, headboards, and walls. This product is water-based and non-irritating, so it can be used to spot treat bedding and mattresses when controlling bed bugs. In addition, the product will not stain water-safe fabrics and surfaces.
Temprid Ready Spray cans come with two nozzles and a crack and crevice (C&C) straw. The nozzle with the smooth top produces a larger spray pattern perfect for bee's nests, windows, baseboards, and general application. The nozzle with the ridged (lined) top can be used with or without the C&C straw and is good for bed frames, edges of mattresses, voids, and bee holes in a wall. It is also labeled for various pests, including bed bugs and roaches.
Phantom Aerosol provides broad-spectrum control over numerous indoor pests including bed bugs, ants and cockroaches.  Phantom dries clear with no visible residue, and delivers long-residual non-repellent control. In other words, Phantom aerosol will stay around and kill pests long after you spray it.  Plus, the product has a transfer effect allowing insects to pick up the product and spread it to one another through touch and food-sharing, which kills even the pests you don't see.

Answer last updated on: 07/02/2015

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