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Bedbugs Insecticide Powder Bait Killer 100% BETTER THAN PEST CONTROL


Sleep with ease, detect early and save thousands from an infestation in your home


Bedbug powder is the easiest and simplest way to kill the bedbug infestation early.


Bedbugs are small insects that feed on blood from humans or animals. They can live in your bed, furniture, carpet, clothing, and other belongings. They’re most active at night, feeding on people while they sleep.

Bedbugs can be 1 to 7 millimetres long. They’re flat, oval-shaped, and reddish-brown in colour. They don’t have wings, so they rely on animals or humans to carry them from one place to another.

Although bedbug bites are rarely dangerous, they can be very itchy. In some cases, they become infected or cause an allergic reaction.

If you suspect there are bedbugs living in your home, it’s important to get rid of them.


What do bed bug bites look like?


Some people don’t develop noticeable symptoms from bedbug bites.


When symptoms do develop, the bites tend to be:

  • Red and swollen, with a dark spot at the centre of each bite.
  • Arranged in lines or clusters, with multiple bites grouped together.
  • Itchy.


Bedbugs can bite any part of your body. But they’ll usually bite areas of skin that are exposed while you sleep, such as your face, neck, arms, and hands. In some cases, the bites may develop into fluid-filled blisters.


Symptoms of a bed bug bite
If a bedbug bites your skin, you won’t feel it right away because the bugs excrete a tiny amount of anaesthetic before feeding on people. It can sometimes take a few days for symptoms of bed bug bites to develop.

Bedbug bites often become noticeably red and swollen. Multiple bites may appear in a line or cluster in a small area of your body. The bites tend to be itchy. They may cause a burning sensation.

If you have bedbugs living in your home, they may not feed every single night. In fact, they can go multiple days without eating. It might take a few weeks to realize that the bites are part of a larger pattern.

Scratching bug bites can cause them to bleed or become infected. Learn more about the symptoms of an infected bug bite.

How to get rid of bed bugs


If you suspect there are bedbugs in your home:

look for signs of them in your bed and other areas. For example, they often hide in:

  • Mattresses
  • Box springs
  • Bed frames
  • Headboards
  • Pillows and bedding
  • Cracks or seams of furniture
  • Carpeting around baseboards
  • Spaces behind light switches and electrical outlet plates
  • Curtains
  • Clothes


You may see the bugs themselves. You may also find drops of blood or small black dots of bug droppings in your bed. If you find bedbugs, call your landlord or a pest control company.


To contain and eliminate the infestation, it helps to:

Vacuum and steam-clean your floors, mattresses, furniture, and appliances.
Launder your linens, drapes, and clothing using the hottest settings of your washing machine and dryer.


Seal items that can’t be laundered in plastic bags and store them for several days at 0°F (-17°C) or for several months at warmer temperatures.
Heat items that can be safely heated to 115°F (46°C).


Sprinkle the gaps around your baseboards and cracks with Bedbug Powder


Treatment for bed bug bites
In most cases, bedbug bites get better within one to two weeks. To relieve symptoms, it may help to:

  • Apply an anti-itch cream or calamine lotion to bites.
  • Take an oral antihistamine to reduce itching and burning.
  • Use an over-the-counter pain reliever to relieve swelling and pain.
  • In rare cases, bedbug bites can cause allergic reactions.
  • If you develop signs or symptoms of a serious allergic reaction, call 000.


Sometimes, bedbug bites can cause an infection known as cellulitis.


To reduce the risk of infection, wash the bites with soap and water and try not to scratch them.


Product Features:

  • High-quality Powder
  • Highly effective in killing Bed Bugs
  • Also Effective against Lice, Fleas Etc.
  • Harmless to Humans
  • Odourless
  • Very Efficient Kills approx 48hrs
  • Long-term residue – Continues to kill the bed bugs for several weeks after application if the area remains dry.
  • Easy to use
  • Net Weight: 10g
  • Shelf Life 3 Years
  • Satchel Size: 10.5cm x 8cm
  • Pesticide Registration Number: WP201330098
  • Product Criterion No: Q/BSWSP 01-2015
  • Product License No: HNP 45135-I-1146



Directions For Use:

Open the bag and pour the poison powder bait place powder under the mattress, Floor Boards, Door Frames, Underneath Appliances etc.

For best results for beds, you need to remove the mattress protector and place the powder in all the mattress folds creases etc, you then will need to recover the mattress protector.

You can also place a circle of powder around the bed poles/legs on the floor or anywhere else they can climb up to the bed.


The Bed Bugs will die approx 48 Hours after contact.



  • Rinse immediately if rodenticide comes into contact with the skin.
  • Do Not Digest
  • Please collect and dispose safely of any dead Bed Bugs safely.
  • This product should be stored in a cool and dry place


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Please Choose QTY of 10g Bedbugs Insecticide Powder Sachets at Checkout. 

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Additional information

Weight0.030 kg
Dimensions11 × 11 × 2 cm