TOP 5 INVISIBLE BUGS
Invisible bugs exist. That’s right, there really are pests so small we need a microscope to see them. Most are some kind of mite but there are some that can fly.
INVISIBLE BUGS CAN BE A REAL PROBLEM!
Unfortunately many people suffer from allergic reactions to these small pests. Symptoms range from “feeling” them on your skin to rashes to bite marks that swell and may even bleed!
To make matters worse, its nearly impossible to treat a pest you can’t see when you don’t know where it came from or where its living!
BEST INVISIBLE BUG TREATMENTS
Our video below goes over the top 5 invisible bugs and why they’re a real problem in and around homes. Watch this first so you can learn about the TOP 5 INVISIBLE BUGS and how to control all of them by taking away all the places they might be living.
TOP INVISIBLE BUG PRODUCTS
The secret to controlling any of the top 5 invisible bugs is to take away where they want to live. So if they’re in your carpeting or furniture or bedding? You’ll need BITHOR applied with either a PUMP SPRAYER or our MINI MISTER.
TREATMENTS FOR CARPETING, FURNITURE AND BEDDING
Eliminator Pump Sprayer: https://bugspray.com/equipment/sprayers/eliminator-gallon-sprayer
Mini Mister: https://bugspray.com/equipment/foggers/mini-mister
BEST SPACE SPRAYS
These space sprays will kill off anything in the “air” safely and effectively so anything coming in the home won’t be able to hide or nest. Combine one or both of these with the Bithor spray and you can effectively eliminate all invisible bugs from your home.
Multipurpose Insect Killer: https://bugspray.com/catalog/insecticide/aerosol/multi-purpose-insect-killer-10-oz
WHICH INVISIBLE BUG DO YOU HAVE?
The TOP 5 INVISIBLE BUGS are listed below. We have in depth articles on each one and how using the products above will get rid of them in your home for good.
Dust Mites: https://bugspray.com/article/dustmites.html
Fungus Flies: https://bugspray.com/fungus_fly_control
Oak Itch Mites: https://bugspray.com/oak-tree-itch-mites.html
Straw Itch Mites: http://bugspray.com/article/itchmites.html