FAQs: 

How do I use ECO® Bed Bug Killer?
Eco® Bed Bug Killer is applied by spraying onto any suspecting bed bug surfaces such as cracks, the entire bed frame, underneath the bed, any suspecting wood surfaces, behind picture frames and hanging wall items, and even the baseboard of the bedroom. 

How much ECO® Bed Bug Killer should I use? 
The recommended usage is 1 gallon (128fl oz) per 1,000 sq ft .  A 32oz bottle will cover about 250 sq ft. 

How long does it take for ECO® Bed Bug Killer to work?
Our natural Bed Bug Killer kills bed bugs within seconds/minutes of application. It even kills larvae and eggs, and will attract and draw out hidden bugs.

Is it safe for use around infants, the elderly and pets?  
ECO® Bed Bug Killer is totally safe for use around all vertebrates – people, pets, fish and birds.  It only kills beg bugs.

Do I leave the house after treating with ECO® Bed Bug Killer? 
There is no need to vacate your home after using ECO® Bed Bug Killer.

How do I get rid of bed bugs in my bedding, sheets and pillow cases?
Wash all items in borax soap laundry detergent in 120 degree water and then dry on highest setting. 

What are the active ingredients in your ECO® Bed Bug Killer?
100% natural plant extracts of Sodium Lauryl Sulphate from Coconut Extract, and Geranium Oil.  

Why is your ECO® Bed Bug Killer exempt from EPA registration?
ECO® Bed Bug Killer contains only 100% EPA exempt ingredients. This product is exempt from registration with the Federal EPA under section 25(b) of FIFRA, and as such, is not registered with the Environmental Protection Agency.



​In recent years, bed bugs have been on the rise in America. Year by year, the number of bed bug reports is increasing in numerous cities across the country. 
Here is the full list of infested cities according to
BedBugs.net with the shift in ranking shown in (brackets):

1.    Chicago
2.    Los Angeles (+1)
3.    Columbus, Ohio (+3)
4.    Detroit (-2)
5.    Cincinnati
6.    Cleveland/Akron/Canton (+2)
7.    Dayton (+4)
8.    Washington D.C. (-1)
9.   Denver (-5)
10.  Indianapolis (+6)
11.  Richmond/Petersburg, Va. (+1)
12.  Raleigh/Durham/Fayetteville, N.C. (+3)
13.  Dallas/Ft. Worth (-4)
14.  Syracuse, N.Y. (+7)
15.  Atlanta (+14)
16.  Houston (+2)
17.  New York (-7)
18.  Seattle/Tacoma (-5)
19.  San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose (-5)
20.  Boston (+2)
21.  Milwaukee (-2)
22.  Miami/Ft. Lauderdale (+3)
23.  Nashville (+17)
24.  Pittsburgh (+12)
25.  Charlotte (+18)
26.  San Diego (+6)
27.  Baltimore (-7)
28.  Phoenix (+7)
29.  Cedar Rapids/Waterloo, Iowa (+4)
30.  Charleston/Huntington, W. Va. (+1)
31.  Knoxville, Tenn. (-4)
32.  Louisville, Ky. (-2)
33.  Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo, Mich. (+5)
34.  Hartford/New Haven, Conn. (-8)
35.  Champaign/Springfield, Ill. (+13)
36.  Greenville/Spartanburg/Asheville, S.C. (+11)
37.  Omaha, Neb. (-20)
38.  Buffalo, N.Y. (-10)
39.  Lincoln/Hastings/Kearney, Neb. (+2)
40.  Lexington, Ky. (-16)
41.  Sacramento/Stockton/Modesto, Calif. (+4)
42.  Colorado Springs/Pueblo, Colo. (-19)
43.  Albany/Schenectady/Troy, N.Y. (-1)
44.  Minneapolis/St. Paul (-10)
45.  Honolulu (-8)
46.  Toledo, Ohio
47.  Peoria/Bloomington, Ill.
48.  Davenport, Iowa/Moline, Ill.
49.  New Orleans
50.  Kansas City 

​If you are living in a city that is listed in the top 50 Bed Bug Cities you should be vigilant in preventing bed bugs from entering your home. Prevention is the key to stopping the spread of bed bugs in America. 
ECO® Bed Bug Killer helps kill bed bugs, their larvae, and eggs to prevent future infestations.