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EcoSmart Organic Bed Bug Killer for Mattresses and Carpets -- 14 fl oz


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EcoSmart Organic Bed Bug Killer for Mattresses and Carpets -- 14 fl oz

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EcoSmart Organic Bed Bug Killer for Mattresses and Carpets Description

  • Safe Around Children and Pets
  • Non-Toxic
  • Kills Adult Bed Bugs and Their Eggs
  • No Harmful Residue
  • Fresh Natural Scent

Now there is an organic insecticide that is safe to use around children and pets. EcoSmart Organic Bed Bug Killer is made from a patnented blend of organic plant oils. It kills bed bugs and their eggs fast without any synthetic toxins or harmful residues. It's safe. It's effective. It's smart. Naturally.


Directions

SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING. READ ENTIRE LABEL AND USE ACCORDINGLY.

FOR BEST RESULTS: Vacuum infested room thoroughly including mattress, foundation/box springs and upholstered furniture before using this product. Vacuum the carpet/rugs/flooring, especially where the carpet/flooring meets wall near the head of the bed. Take vacuum cleaner bag to the outdoor trash immediately.

FOR MATTRESS APPLICATIONS: Remove all bedding and wash in hot water. Remove the mattress and box spring from bed. Hold can 6 inches from mattress and spray across all folds, tufts, seams and edging until damp. Also spray the seams and underside of the box spring. Allow mattress and box springs to dry completely before placing back on bed and putting on bedding. Repeat as necessary.

FOR CARPET/RUG APPLICATIONS: Hold can 2 feet from floor and spray carpet/rug using a smooth back and forth sweeping motion. Focus on areas where bed bugs may hide or rest. Spray entire carpet in room. The critical areas are carpeting/rugs adjacent and under the bed. Spray until damp. Avoid over-wetting or saturating carpets/rugs. Allow carpet/rugs to dry completely and vacuum again. Repeat as necessary.

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Active Ingredient:
2-Phenethyl Propionate…………3.0%
Peppermint Oil………………….1.5%
Rosemary Oil……………………1.5%
Other Ingredients*…………….. 94.0%
Total…………100.0% *Water, 2-Propanol, Wintergreen Oil. White Mineral Oil, Polyglyceryl Oleate, Sodium Benzoate, Nitrogen
Warnings

Caution – We recommend good safety practices when using any pesticide, such as avoiding contact with eyes and skin and keeping out of the reach of children. If product gets in eyes, flush with water. If on skin, wash with soap and water. If irritation persists, contact a physician.

PHYSICAL HAZARDS:

Contents under pressure. Keep away from heat, sparks and open flame, Do not puncture or incinerate container. Exposure to temperatures above 130° Fahrenheit may cause container to burst.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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How to Clean Every Type of Floor Surface—Naturally

Want to trade in your conventional cleaning products for all-natural ones? We don’t blame you! And replacing your potentially harmful floor cleaner is a great first step (pun intended!). After all, your floors compose the largest surface area in your home.

Overhead View of Mop Swiping Wood Floor to Represent Tips on How to Clean Wood Floors Naturally | Vitacost.om/blog

Why go green when you clean?

Natural cleaning products aren’t just better for the environment. They’re better for your health—and that of every member of your household. Scan the ingredient list of any conventional floor cleaner and you’ll likely see chemicals that have been associated with asthma attacks, coughing, dizziness, eye irritation, respiratory infections and more.

Maintaining your flooring

Floors should generally be cleaned once a week. However, if you maintain them regularly, you won’t have to clean them as often. Following are some simple techniques to reduce time between cleanings:

  • Place a doormat at every entrance of your home
  • Ask guests to remove shoes before entering your home
  • Sweep, vacuum and/or dust floors regularly

Cleaning tips by type

Different types of flooring require different cleaning processes and using the wrong formula and/or method can cause irreparable damage. Therefore, it’s a good idea to test a small, inconspicuous section of your flooring when introducing a new cleaning product or technique.

Linoleum floors: These are very resilient. For an easy homemade natural cleaning solution, pour ¼ cup of vinegar into a spray bottle. Add a drop of natural dish soap and gently rock the bottle back and forth (no shaking as it creates suds!). Spray a small section of the floor and wipe up the solution with a damp microfiber mop. Repeat until floors are clean.

Vinyl floors. To make these look fresh, follow the steps for linoleum floors (see above), but add some warm water to the solution. For a deeper clean, treat the area periodically with a steam cleaner.

Tile floors. To clean this popular type of flooring, use the same solution and process as you would for vinyl floors (see above).

Laminate floors: These are pretty tough to damage, but try not to allow water to seep beneath the planks. Vacuum or dry mop and spot clean with a damp mop as necessary.

Sealed wood floors. Fortunately, these have a coating that protects them from water damage and staining. Add ¼ cup of mild natural soap to a bucket of water and damp mop with the mixture to make them sparkle. Be sure to wipe up excess moisture with a microfiber cloth.

Waxed wood floor. Even small amount of water can damage these floors. So, forget the damp mop and sweep, vacuum or dust mop them regularly.

Bamboo floors. Since they may be prone to scratching, it’s important to be vigilant about ridding these floors of dirt and debris. To clean them, use the same solution and process as you would for sealed wood floors (see above).

Cork floors. Vacuum these often and tend to spills immediately. To clean them, use the same solution and process as you would for linoleum floors (see above).

To clean this type of flooring, combine one cup of white vinegar and two cups of water in a spray bottle. Then add two teaspoons of salt and 15 drops of your favorite essential oil. Shake the mixture and spray on carpet liberally. Once dry, vacuum the treated areas.

Natural products to try

Don’t want to make your own floor cleaner? Try one of these natural products instead!

  • Better Life Citrus Mint Floor Cleaner. Squirt this natural, dirt-destroying floor cleaner “on hardwood, tile, marble, bamboo, vinyl, laminate and other sealed floors for a brilliant shine without streaks or haze.”

Better Life Floor Cleaner Citrus Mint  | Vitacost.com/blog

 

  • Eco-Me Lemon Fresh Floor Cleaner. This Earth-friendly, family-safe floor cleaner removes dirt and odors and reduces bacteria from “tile, stone, sealed wood, vinyl, linoleum, concrete and other sealed surfaces.”

Eco-Me Floor Cleaner Lemon Fresh | Vitacost.com/blog

 

  • Naturally It's Clean Floors Cleaner. Powered by plant enzymes, this powerful product “safely cleans hardwood, ceramic tile, stone, cork, bamboo, laminate, linoleum, vinyl and any water washable flooring.”

Naturally It's Clean Floors Cleaner  | Vitacost.com/blog

 

  • Biokleen Carpet and Rug Shampoo. This natural, non-toxic, biodegradable carpet and rug shampoo is gentle for people with allergies and chemical sensitivities, “safe on all washable fibers and gentle on backings and pads.”

Biokleen Carpet and Rug Shampoo | Vitacost.com/blog

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