Hot Shot is a great bed bug spray, but it should be applied very carefully. Bed bugs live in tiny, dark spaces so you need to treat them as part of a cycle to kill them off. The spray should be sprayed on the infected area at least once a week. The spray can also be used on baseboards, mattress boxes, and box springs. It kills bugs on contact, but doesn’t leave an unpleasant odor. Hold the aerosol at an angle and spray for about three seconds.
Hot Shot products are highly recommended by pest control professionals. These products are effective against bedbugs, fleas, and ticks. They contain pyrethrum, which is a natural insecticide from certain chrysanthemums. The spray can be applied at the first sign of infestation, and it can be used alongside other products such as Egg Kill and Fogger.
The spray must be applied to the infected area of a bed, including cracks and crevices. It should also be applied to the baseboards, behind pictures, and to the edges of carpets. Do not spray on stuffed animals, toys, or plants. After applying the spray, allow it to dry.