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Good Night 2 Pack Information

The population of Bed Bugs is escalating each year and with the increase in travel, your suitcase could be transporting them home! Hotels have had major outbreaks throughout the USA and overseas.


This EPA registered formula, which kills Bed Bugs, Dust Mites, Lice, Ticks and Fleas, is a residual spray.


The convenient 3 oz. TSA travel size is great to bring along on any trip.

Sprayway products do not contain any ozone depleting chemicals. Read the instructions on the back of the can for complete details.



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    Bed Bugs & Dust Mites Tips
    Q. What are bed bugs?
    A. Bed bugs are parasites that prefer to feed on human blood.

    Q. Where do they congregate?
    A. Bed bugs collect in mattresses – especially tufts, folds and seams – box springs, headboards, walls, floors, carpeting and baseboards.

    Q. How do bed bugs get in my home?
    A. Bed bugs can be carried on furniture, clothing, suitcases, backpacks and other cloth or fabric surfaces. They can also travel from room to room along pipes and electrical wiring.

    Q. How can I tell if I have bed bugs?
    A. Look for dark brown or reddish spots on bedding, mattresses or surfaces near the bed. If the room is heavily infested, there may be a coriander-like odor present.

    Q. Are glue traps effective against bed bugs?
    A. No. They tend to hide in cracks and crevices where glue traps are not effective.

Dust Mite

Not everything that’s bad for you bites …

They don’t bite like bed bugs, and you can’t even see them with the naked eye, but when it comes to dust mites, what you can’t see can hurt you.

Dust mites are estimated to be a factor in 50% to 80% of asthma, eczema, hay fever and other allergic ailments.

Dust mites live in your mattress, bedding and carpets, where they feed off dead human skin. And they multiply fast. So fast in fact, that their droppings and shed skin double the average mattress’s weight every 10 years.

Q. Do dust mites bite?
A. No, but they feed on dead human skin, which accumulates in bedding and around sleeping areas.

Q. How do dust mites cause allergies?
A. They produce allergens, which are easily inhaled during sleep.

Q. What sort of symptoms do dust mite allergies cause?
A. Symptoms can range from sneezing, itching, watery eyes and wheezing to rashes around the neck, headaches, fatigue and depression.

Q. How do I know if dust mites are present in my home?
A. Dust mites are so common that they show up in virtually every test for allergans. The better question is, how do I get rid of them?