Ortho® 18 oz Home Defense Max Bed Bug Killer (0198210)
This item can be purchased on-line, however, due to shipping restrictions, DELIVERY IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO YOUR LOCAL ACE STORE.
- 18 oz. aerosol
- Kills bedbugs, fleas, dust mites, ticks and lice
- Kills bedbugs where they hide
- Spray on mattresses, bed frames and other areas where bedbugs can be found
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Comments about Ortho® 18 oz Home Defense Max Bed Bug Killer (0198210):
Have a couch that has had some number of bed bugs. I sterilized the mattress (it is a hide a bed) and cushions by heat. Then I sprayed the entire couch (inside and out) with almost a whole can of this stuff. So I put the cushions back on the couch after the spray had dried, and was going to sit down on it. Then I see a bug run up between the cushions. I immediately grabbed the can of Ortho and sprayed directly on the bug. It looked like it might have killed him, but after a few minutes it moved! I sprayed it again, and then it didn't move for a very long time. The next morning, however, it had disappeared. I think the spray only stunned it. I have to take a different approach to sterilize this couch, apparently.