What I like to do is to first use the blue babel, Kills II. This has a residual effect, which all means it’s going to last. This stuff can last up to sixteen weeks, so it’s going to give you some good coverage. I like to start on the outer fridges of the room first. The reason for this is if the bed bugs are on the bed or on the headboard and they start spreading when you go and start breaking down your bed, you want to have protection in these outer areas. So with the residual if they go and run behind your furniture, mirrors, things like that, there’s already chemical there to take care of them. Then after we treat the outer rooms, we’re going to go in towards the bed, which is most likely the heavily infested area. With the residual spray, I like to go and do like we did in the inspection. You’re going to go in and use the spray and hit all those cracks and be as thorough as possible. Take your time. This is something where you can’t rush. You can go into a spray around things like TVs, your desks, your chairs, baseboards, anywhere where there’s cracks and crevices you want to use this residual. After the initial treatment of your house for the bed bugs, I do recommend coming back in and re-treating, especially the infested areas within maybe a week after your initial spray. What I like to use for this situation now is the blue label, which remember has the sixteen week residual, and going back and spraying the same areas as we did in the initial treatment. Again you’re hitting the creases, the labels, your sewn-in seams; you can go and spray those. You don’t need to go in and broadcast soap down the whole bed. I don’t recommend doing that. This is insecticide, although once it dries it’s not going to hurt you; and it’s perfectly okay to spray your mattress, but it’s not designed to soap the whole bed. So you want to go in and get the seams and areas that you see that have infestations. After you did your initial knock-down spray with the red label, we’re coming back, approximately a week later, we want to hit all those exact same areas again. You want to look to see if there’s any new infestation. You really shouldn’t be seeing any live insects, but there’s always that chance you did miss something with the first one, so that’s why we’re coming back. Again we’re going to be hitting all the previous areas, and don’t forget the underneaths and your frames. It’s best to have a couple people with you so you can move things around and get into it. Again, like I said, don’t rush; don’t forget to do any spots. If you forget some place, you’re most likely to have re-infestation.
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