The Bed Bug Beacon, from the makers of PackTite, is a bed bug monitor that emits small amounts of carbon dioxide for up to 2 weeks in order to
The Bed Bug Beacon, from the makers of PackTite, is a bed bug monitor that emits small amounts of carbon dioxide for up to 2 weeks in order to attract bed bugs into the unit where they cannot escape. The unit is easy to setup and includes everything you need to start monitoring and trapping bed bugs except for lukewarm tap water. Until now, drawing out inactive bed bugs in rooms that were unoccupied made it difficult to be sure applied powders and sprays would have effect. This is due to the fact that inactive bed bugs can potentially remain in place for long periods of time waiting for a potential meal to return. By using small amounts of natural carbon dioxide, inactive bed bugs are re-activated allowing them to become mobile increasing the chances that the bed bugs will cross over applied powders and sprays or be trapped inside the Bed Bug Beacon.
We really like this new product and feel it will help people deal with their bed bugs not just in the bedroom, but also in other areas such as bathrooms, closets, family rooms and unoccupied areas where inactive bed bugs may be present. Remember that applying powders and spray may not be effective against bed bugs if there is nothing to activate and draw the bed bugs out including someone staying in a room or by using the Bed Bug Beacon. Bed bugs are attracted to body heat and carbon dioxide. The Bed Bug Beacon is proven to work by harnessing natural carbon dioxide as it’s attractive element.
The Bed Bug Beacon also helps to detect if bed bug are present by trapping them inside the beacon. This not only help people know if they actually have bed bugs, but can also help them know when the bed bugs are gone.
- Traps bed bugs inside unit for easy collection
- Re-activates sleeping bed bugs
- Includes enough CO2 powder to last for 2 weeks (refill kits available)
- No Harmful Chemicals
- Easy to setup and is re-usable
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