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Hot Shot HG-95763 18 oz Bedbug & Flea Killer Aerosol (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

2.5 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

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  • Kills bedbugs, fleas, brown dog ticks, spiders, silverfish and others listed
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  • Water-based
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Product Description

Water-based bedbug and flea killer. Kills bedbugs, fleas, brown dog ticks, spiders, silverfish and others listed on contact.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.6 x 2.6 x 10.1 inches ; 14.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0035HA0KA
  • Item model number: HG-95763
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #260,571 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

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The directions require you to spray a 1 square foot area for "5 seconds Or until damp." To me that seems like alot of spraying. "Most effective results are acheived when used... (with other stuff to get rid of bedbugs)" Translation: even WE dont think our product will do the trick. other directions state: To kill bedbug eggs "...spray 1 square foot area for 13 seconds." 13 seconds? REALLY? How many cans of this stuff will I need?
Also I must agree with others. I sprayed the bugs directly for 2 or 3 seconds. Absolutley no results within a reasonable timeframe.* Save your money and try Cedarcide products, professional exterminators or heat extermination. A multi faceted strategy does work best.

*I got tired of waiting to see if the bedbugs would die so i just gave them a good spritz of rubbing alcohol. Works in less than 10 seconds. Spraying with straight rubbing alcohol (a light soak will do) kills immediately, but since it evaporates I believe there is no residual protection. No idea if it works on eggs, but when you catch the buggers in the act, nothing beats alcohol for quick, low-mess, results. Plus, once your unwelcome guest has been disposed of, the knowledge of alcohol's "clean" disinfecting characteristics may calm your mind enough to let you rest back in your bed, knowing you arent laying on some greasy insecticide.
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I put a bedbug in a cup and sprayed it with this Hot Shot product. 30 min. later it was alive and well. Not good enough for me! I can't say it wouldn't have died later, but if an insecticide spray, sprayed directly on the bug as directed, doesn't kill it almost at once, it's not worth taking a chance on. BTW ADAMS FLEA AND TICK SPRAY does kill bedbugs.
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I've tried this product on a mattress with a few bed bugs in clear view. A few bed bugs that were sprayed directly seemed to slow down somewhat, but practically none died. Those that were not sprayed directly kept moving on the sprayed surface as if nothing happened. I collected a few bed bugs to look what will happen in a few hours; three hours later they were alive and well.
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This product also failed to kill the bedbugs, even when sprayed directly on them. It was like spraying plain water on them. This product is a waste of your money and I would not recommend it to anyone with a bedbug problem.
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I somehow found them in my room, nowhere in the house because we all checked it thoroughly, just my room. Bought the 3 can fogger and set one off at noon, then to be sure a second one at 2pm... at 4pm did a quick check and found 3 bugs and set off the last can... Guess what found 5 big ones at 7pm...CRAP !!!!
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I sprayed two cans of this stuff on my bed, and the next day I put clean bed clothes on my bed, and was in bed for 5 minutes, and killed 30 of the things. I followed the directions exactly. THIS PRODUCT IS A WASTE OF MONEY, AND SHOULD BE REMOVED FROM THE SHELVES.
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With three dogs, a large plot of land, and plenty of forest area backing our property, fleas were inevitable. This is the first year that we've dealt with them since our previous residence was an extremely hot and dry area with no real yard. We found out that with the unusually rainy summer in our new area, that the fleas have been worse than normal.

We loathe putting chemical treatments like Frontline or Advantage on the dogs, so we have been giving them flea dips with Dawn and Apple Cider Vinegar followed with sprays made from cedar & lavender oils, water, and apple cider vinegar. While they have kept the flea population down, it doesn't completely eradicate them. Thus, we end up with fleas on our couch and recliner.

While a mixture of Diatomaceous Earth (food grade) and Mule Team Borax helps kill off the flea population over time, we needed something that had more immediate results if we wanted to watch a movie in our living room. We have hardwood floors, so that has also helped since fleas love to live in carpet.

Enter the Hot Shot spray. We had tried others with little success, so I saw it at our local Lowe's and figured I would give it a try. After getting home, I sprayed down the living room couch and chair until they were slightly damp. I did this before going to bed so it could dry overnight. The next morning before going to work, I sprayed it again. When I got home, I sprayed it again and let it dry while helping the kid with his homework and making dinner.

After dinner, my husband and I sat down in the living room to watch a little TV. He didn't know what I had done since he usually works different hours than I do. After a little while, he asked me what I had done because not a single flea had jumped on him.
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I soaked everything including their eggs and little nest, the bed, everything around the bed, EVERYTHING! Their numbers didn't seem to be affected AT ALL. They were right back to their old shenanigans the next night, I think more angry and hungry than ever. If anything, this spray made them have a better appetite. They are crawling everywhere!
The only real treatment is finding them on your own and squishing the little bastards between your fingers, although this puts out a nauseating and disgusting odor. F*k bedbugs!
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