Other Sellers on Amazon
+ $5.61 shipping
+ Free Shipping
+ $5.80 shipping
Hot Shot HG-95763 18 oz Bedbug & Flea Killer Aerosol (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
|Price:||$10.84 & FREE Shipping|
|You Save:||$5.15 (32%)|
- Enter your model number above to make sure this fits.
- Kills on contact
- Kills bedbugs, fleas, brown dog ticks, spiders, silverfish and others listed
- Bilingual (Spanish) claims and instructions
- This item is not for sale in Catalina Island
There is a newer model of this item:
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Viewed This Item Also Viewed
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.Read more ›
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!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I see a bunch of people saying it didn't kill the bugs which I found to be untrue. You need to shake it so it comes out white and foamy and then it stops the bedbugs in their... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this in bombs and spray. Even directly applied it did not phase my bedbugs.Published 8 months ago by DwightT.
My family moved into an apartment that already had a full blown infestation going on. I am allergic to bedbug bites. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dragyn Phayge
Wifey got covered in flea bites which equals misery for hubby. Pay whatever is required to get the best stuff. Read morePublished on September 6, 2013 by Amazon Customer
it doesn't work. I bought the 3 can fog and 1 spray, treated my car. spray first and then put 1 can of fog, it won't even kill them in such a small area, don't even mention it... Read morePublished on May 1, 2012 by teaboss
Just a couple of days back, we found out about the bedbug infestation in our house. And boy they grew in such a short time, I was finding it difficult to get a product that has... Read morePublished on August 28, 2011 by Shyam