Bed Bug Blocker (Pro)
Protect your home and your family against unwanted infestations with Bed Bug Blocker (Pro)™ interceptor traps. These traps provide an easy, reliable solution for detecting and protecting against bed bug infestations.
Monitor for activity where bed bugs are known to travel and prevent access to your bed. Textured exterior walls make it easy for bed bugs to climb in and slippery interior walls prevent them from climbing out. Simply, place the traps under your bed legs or furniture posts and rest easy.
Features & Specifications
|Target Species||Bed bug (Cimex lectularius and Cimex hemipterus)|
|Product Name||Bed Bug Blocker (Pro) — 4 Pack|
|Directions For Use||
|Size||Each interceptor trap has an interior diameter (where the furniture leg goes) of 4 inches. The height of each interceptor is 1 inch, and the total diameter is 6 inches.|
|Available Quantities||4, 8, 12-Packs|
|Available Colors||White, Black|
|Shipping Weight||0.79 lbs (4-Pack), 1.44 lbs (8-Pack), 2.1 lbs (12-Pack)|
|Pet Safe||Yes, if used as directed on label.|
|Child Safe||Yes, if used as directed on label.|
|Storage||For reuse, ensure product is free of debris and store in a dry place.|
|Disposal||Place product in a tightly sealed plastic bag and discard in trash bin outside of home.|
|SKUs||BBB-P-0001, BBB-P-0002, BBB-P-0003, BBB-P-0004, BBB-P-0005, BBB-P-0006|
|EPA Establishment Number||93048-CHN-1|
This is a must have product if you want to get rid of bedbugs. Without you to bite on the will die and you can sleep well knowing there is nothing crawling in your bed with you.
Everything was delivered just fine.
Caught a few bugs in the first night I had these on.
These do exactly what they claim. The exterior wall is rough which allows bugs to crawl up. They get trapped in the ridge because the interior wall next to your bed’s legs is very slippery. I purchased the white ones, and haven’t seen any bugs yet. My place was treated beforehand and I bought them for peace of mind.
I used this product to prevent from getting bed bugs. So far no more beg bugs.