Hot Shot is a spray that kills bedbugs and fleas on contact. It can be applied to hard-to-reach areas such as mattresses, curtains, and furniture. The spray is non-stick and leaves no lingering odor. It kills bugs in one application, but the application must be done in the correct way to guarantee effectiveness.
A bedbug is a common household pest, and a single female can lay up to hundreds of eggs in her lifetime. The eggs are a mere dust speck in size, and the adult bedbugs live for about one year. Each immature bedbug sheds its skin five times before reaching maturity. Before each shedding, the bedbug must feed on blood. Bedbugs can produce three or more generations in a year, assuming a favorable environment.
The bedbug spray is not available online, but it is readily available in household retail stores and hardware stores. Once sprayed on bed bugs, it kills them on contact and flushes them out of the room. However, you should not enter areas treated by the spray until it dries completely. It is also recommended to use the spray as part of a comprehensive bed bug treatment program.
Hot Shot BedBug and Flea Fogger contains a special chemical called Nylar, which kills fleas and bedbugs. It also inhibits flea reinfestation for up to 7 months. This insecticide also kills ants, wasps, and pillbugs.