Doing Your Own Bed Bug Extermination

Helping You Understand How Pest Professionals Use Bed Bug Bully To Get Rid of Any Size Bed Bug Infestation.

Welcome to the Bed Bug Bully help center area that will teach you how to use your bed bug spray.

Previously if you subscribed to our help center, I send over some guides on how to kill bed bugs and covered the following with you:

how to identify a bed bug

+ inspecting your mattress for bed bugs

+ inspecting your boxspring for bed bugs

+ inspecting the entire bedroom for bed bugs

+ Bed bug extermination… Is It Right For You?

In this section I will share how bed bug professionals use our non pesticide bed bug product called Bed Bug Bully. You will discover the steps they take to make sure the entire infestation is managed correctly. Most importantly, this guide will give you the procedures pest professionals follow to ensure that no more outbreaks happen after 60 days.

Bed Bug Professionals Procedures

Our objective today is to go over the steps pest professionals take to get rid of any size infestation. Since most pest professionals use Bed Bug Bully, we will be discussing how they use the natural bed bug spray to kill bed bugs and make sure to prevent future outbreaks.


Really important, If you have not subscribed to the Bed Bug Bully help center, you can below really quick. This will make sure you get my procedures and videos thru your email and discuss them with the community.

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Doing Your Own Bed Bug Extermination

Getting Started

In this scenario we will begin in the bedroom.

This is usually the first location to begin with your bed bug infestation. We also will be using Bed Bug Bully. This is a natural bed bug spray that pest professionals are using to kill and prevent bed bug infestations.

Prepare Bed Bug Bully

+ No mixing required
+ Easy to Use – Just Aim and Spray
+ Contact Killer and Infestation Preventer

Important: Be sure to shake your Bed Bug Bully when you receive it. Since we use natural oils and a special formula. The ingredients sometimes can settle at the bottom of the bottle. It is usually best to shake up the product to mix them together.

Inspecting the Linens, Mattress & Boxspring

Know what to look for… (how to identify a bed bug)



Since your bed is the most common location, we will start there.
+ Inspect around mattress  (view mattress inspection procedure)
+ Inspect around boxspring (view boxspring inspection procedure)

– Remove linens & sheets place them in a sealed garbage bag temporarily
– Pull back bed seams and visually inspect for little dark specs or blood stains.

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Non Pesticide Treatment

One huge benefit of using Bed Bug Bully during your treatment step is because of the unique ability that causes bed bugs to become erratic and evacuate their hiding locations. This is due to the natural non harmful aroma caused by the oils we use. For us, it will smell like a fresh, gentle cinnamon smell, but for bed bugs it drives them crazy and causes them to evacuate their hiding locations or die. Making it much easier for you to get rid of the entire infestation. Thus, why so many pest professionals love to use Bed Bug Bully.



Begin spraying Bed Bug Bully focusing directly on your bed, box spring, bed seams, tufts, and folds. Bed bugs will die or crawl to escape upon application. !

The formula is classified by the EPA under FIFRA 25(b) as a non pesticide product to kill bed bugs, so you do not have to worry about harmful chemicals being using on your bed or in your home.

Tips For Apply Bed Bug Bully On Your Bedding:

+ Spray on bed, box spring, bed seams, tufts, and folds

+ Pickup Mattress and spray

+ Spray on and around head board

+ Remove bed sheets & linens

+ Place bed sheets/linens in sealed garbage bag

+ Save these bed sheets/linens to be laundered with Bed Bug Bully Detergent

+ Open windows if you are sensitive to natural oils aroma

+ Re-apply Bed Bug Bully treatment every 14 to 30 days (to be safe)

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Inspecting The Entire Bedroom

After applying Bed Bug Bully to your mattress, box spring, and bed framing. You now will want to move into the others areas of the bedroom.


If you would like a detailed procedure of inspecting the bedroom for bed bugs.
We developed a detailed on how to inspect your bedroom procedure.

Our next objective is a full inspection of your bed room to identify the extent of the outbreak. We recommend ordering a gallon of Bed Bug Bully if you have an outbreak that goes beyond your bed. If you notice the outbreak is beyond your bed, no worries we do offer a 5 gallon pail and we pay for the shipping ($45 value) to get you started.

Check out our product options here.

Below are the locations you will want to inspect. (store linens in garbage bags)



 Apply Treatment To Affected Areas


After doing a full inspection, now you will apply Bed Bug Bully to the areas you believe to have bed bugs. It is recommended to spray in all the areas for additional prevention of future outbreaks every 14 to 30 days.

Tips for Apply Bed Bug Bully In Your Bed Room:

+ Spray on all areas illustrated in image on last page

+ Remove rugs, bed sheets & linens

+ Place bed sheets/linens in sealed garbage bag

+ Save these bed sheets/linens to be laundered with Bed Bug Bully Detergent

+  Open windows if you are sensitive to natural oils aroma

+  Re-apply Bed Bug Bully treatment every 14 to 30 days (to be safe)

+  Upon re-applying, spray a barrier along the room on all entrances/windows

Inspect Living Areas


Our next objective is a full inspection of other living areas to identify the extent of the outbreak. Don’t forget, if you notice the infestation is larger then your bedroom, no worries we offer a 5 gallon pail of Bed Bug Bully, which we pay for the shipping($45 value). This is a very common product for pest control companies as well as folks with larger outbreaks.

Below are the locations you will want to inspect. (store linens in garbage bags)


Apply Treatment In Living Areas


You will apply Bed Bug Bully topically to items that may have signs of infestation or prone to future infestations. Also, be sure to use Bed Bug Bully as an imaginary shied to exterior walls, windows, cracks, and crevices to keep the bed bugs from coming back.

Tips for Apply Bed Bug Bully In Your Living Areas:

+ Spray on all areas illustrated in image on last page

+ Remove rugs, pillows, bed sheets & linens

+ Place bed sheets/linens in sealed garbage bag

+ Save these bed sheets/linens to be laundered with Bed Bug Bully Detergent

+ Open windows if you are sensitive to natural oils aroma

+ Re-apply Bed Bug Bully treatment every 14 to 30 days (to be safe)

+ Upon re-applying, spray a barrier along the room on all entrances/windows


Wash Laundry And Linens


Remember those linens and laundry items, including your clothes which you stores in garbage bags or noticed have bed bugs or eggs. It’s time to correctly make sure you never allow your bed bug infestation to spread by not correctly laundering your linens. Remember, eggs and larvae are usually in clothing and linens.

No worries, we created Bed Bug Bully Detergent. A hypo Allergenic detergent specifically to make sure you kill all bed bugs in your laundry and of course have fresh scented, soft clothing and linens, bed bug free.


Clean & Disinfect Your Entire Home

After you battle these bed bugs, lets now get your home cleaned and disinfected. It Below are tips and tools that can help you in the process.

cleaning_bedbugsGet Rid of Clutter to reduce places bed bugs can hide. After doing a full visual inspection and cleaning using Bed Bug Bully, consider putting non-essential belongings into storage until the bed bugs are gone from your home. Be sure to check again before returning.

Wipe Off Dead Bed Bugs, Blood Stains, Eggs, and Droppings with our unique Green Bean All Purpose Cleaner, a natural green disinfectant and cleaner safe for babies, pets, and children. Ask your Green Bean Buddy or order online at

Vacuum Carpets, Floors, Bed Frames, Furniture, Cracks and Crevices daily, using the brush and crevice tools. Empty the vacuum or seal and dispose of it’s bag outside of your home after each use.

Enclose Infested Mattresses and Box Springs in a cover that is labeled “allergen rated”, “for dust mites”, or “for bed bugs” for a least a full year. Periodically check for rips or openings and take these up.


Final Steps

Below are very important steps to take to make sure your bed bug infestation does not come back.


It is recommend to continually maintain your home against bed bugs by using Bed Bug Bully around your home routinely every 15 to 30 days after following the steps laid out in this documentation.

While you may have completely gotten rid of bed bugs in your residence or property, outbreaks can come from external sources such as neighbors, garbage, old furniture in street, and in clothing from others coming into your home.

It is always best to continue to maintain your home with Bed Bug Bully.


What’s Next?


Next we will be sending over some video training/webinar to get rid of your bed bugs.

Whether you have a large infestation in a multi apartment building or in just one room. In the next email I will share with your a video explaining how to go about getting rid of your infestation. It will be a review of everything we learned so far and some other important procedures you will want to know.

Don’t forget, be sure to sign up for you complimentary Bed Bug Bully sample, if you haven’t already. You will receive a complete blueprint guide to follow to assure you get rid of any size infestation and never have these bed bugs come back.

Video Training For Your Bed Bug Infestation

Don’t forget, in my next email I will be sending you a video training and webinar to help you personally with your bed bug problem. I will break it down into 3 parts…

+ Preparation

+ Inspection

+ Extermination

If you haven’t yet, be sure to subscribe to this Bed Bug Bully Help Center so you can receive access to these bed bug inspection procedures.

You will receive the full procedures from inspecting to getting rid of bed bugs, so they never come back.

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Did You Get Your Complimentary Sample?

Remember I am offering a complimentary sample during a private launch for Bed Bug Bully. I made it so it is no risk to you. You receive a complimentary sample with your order. For any reason your not satisfied, no worries you can get a full refund and keep the sample. It’s my way of making sure you don’t waste your time and get close to getting rid of your bed bug infestation.


  1. Lawrence March

    I’ve used bed bug bully and it works,am happy with product,willcontinue to use

    • Markus

      Thats Awesome Lawrence, I am extremely happy we could help you. You made my day sharing this! Thanks.


  2. robert fletcher

    I got sample of bedbug bully but it don’t spray likeit should am I doing something wrong? give me a email.

    • Markus

      Hi Robert, thanks for reaching out to us.

      The sample bottle does not have a sprayer. I don’t believe your doing anything wrong.
      I would use the sample bottle by pouring along the areas there are bed bugs or you could pour the materials into another empty spray bottle if you wanted.

      Be sure to shake the bottle before using. Then follow the instructions on the label or on this page to begin your extermination.
      This guide above can tell you the common areas to look out for and where you want to focus on.

      If you find after doing your inspection that you have a large infestation, you may need to upgrade to a 32oz or 1 gallon just to be safe. This way you have enough Bed Bug Bully not only to kill the initial infestation, but also some extra material use as a barrier from future infestations.

      Here is an email is you need to speak to your green bean buddy!
      support (at) mycleaningproducts (dot) com

      If you need to talk to us, call us toll free 1 (888) 440-3826
      Also check your email, our contact information was sent with your order.

      Keep us posted and thank you for sharing with the community.

  3. Vero

    I had an exterminator come and do an inspection and found one bed bug on the ceiling. We get bit all night. He said we didn’t have a problem. What do we do?


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