For-Bug Plus, a Denka product for your label


For Bug Plus is available for your private label. This aerosol for treatment of bed bugs shows quick results and offers long lasting protection. Bed bugs hide in the sleeping area. At night they search for blood either from humans or animals. The places where the bed bugs hide during the day are the places where For-Bug Plus is used. E.g. the edges of bed frames, behind skirting boards and in the seams of window frames.

This aerosol is easy to apply and can be used curative and preventive. The spray is provided with a straw to apply, so the smallest seams can be reached. For Bug Plus can be used by professionals and non-professionals.

Key info

  • Fast acting for instant results
  • Easy to apply
  • Long lasting protection
  • No dust formation from the aerosol
  • 100% mortality achieved one day after application
  • Complete eradication of bed bugs over an 8 week period
  • BPR registered

Regulatory Compliance

For Bug Plus is already BPR registered for professional use in the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain,
Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Germany, UK.

An BPR authorization for amateur use is available in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain and Germany.

General info on bed bugs

Bed bugs are small, oval, brownish insects that live on the blood of animals or humans. Adult bed bugs have flat bodies about the size of an apple seed. After feeding, however, their bodies swell and are a reddish color.

Bed bugs do not fly, but they can move quickly over floors, walls, and ceilings. Female bed bugs may lay hundreds of eggs, each of which is about the size of a speck of dust, over a lifetime.

Immature bed bugs, called nymphs, shed their skins five times before reaching maturity and require a meal of blood before each shedding. Under favorable conditions the bugs can develop fully in as little as a month and produce three or more generations per year.

Although they are a nuisance, they are not thought to transmit diseases.

Where Bed Bugs Hide

Bed bugs may enter your home undetected through luggage, clothing, used beds and couches, and other items. Their flattened bodies make it possible for them to fit into tiny spaces, about the width of a credit card. Bedbugs do not have nests like ants or bees, but tend to live in groups in hiding places. Their initial hiding places are typically in mattresses, box springs, bed frames, and headboards where they have easy access to people to bite in the night.

Over time, however, they may scatter through the bedroom, moving into any crevice or protected location. They may also spread to nearby rooms or apartments.

Because bed bugs live solely on blood, having them in your home is not a sign of dirtiness. You are as likely to find them in immaculate homes and hotel rooms as in filthy ones.

When Bedbugs Bite

Bed bugs are active mainly at night and usually bite people while they are sleeping. They feed by piercing the skin and withdrawing blood through an elongated beak. The bugs feed from three to 10 minutes to become engorged and then crawl away unnoticed.

Most bed bug bites are painless at first, but later turn into itchy welts. Unlike flea bites that are mainly around the ankles, bed bug bites are on any area of skin exposed while sleeping. Also, the bites do not have a red spot in the center like flea bites do.

People who don't realize they have a bedbug infestation may attribute the itching and welts to other causes, such as mosquitoes. To confirm bed bug bites, you must find and identify the bugs themselves.

Signs of Infestation

If you wake up with itchy areas you didn't have when you went to sleep, you may have bed bugs, particularly if you got a used bed or other used furniture around the time the bites started. Other signs that you have bed bugs include:
• Blood stains on your sheets or pillowcases
• Dark or rusty spots of bedbug excrement on sheets and mattresses, bed clothes, and walls
• Bed bug fecal spots, egg shells, or shed skins in areas where bed bugs hide
• An offensive, musty odor from the bugs' scent glands

If you suspect an infestation, remove all bedding and check it carefully for signs of the bugs or their excrement. Remove the dust cover over the bottom of the box springs and examine the seams in the wood framing. Peel back the fabric where it is stapled to the wood frame.

Also, check the area around the bed, including inside books, telephones or radios, the edge of the carpet, and even in electrical outlets. Check your closet, because bedbugs can attach to clothing. If you are uncertain about signs of bedbugs, call an exterminator, who will know what to look for.

If you find signs of infestation, begin steps to get rid of the bugs and prevent their return. For Bug Plus is available to help you control bed bugs. 

Fact sheet

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Quick tip

Most bed bug infestations originate in the bed. Make a quick visual inspection of the bed and linen. Look for light brown blood spots (exuvia) and pitch black spots (faeces) along mattress seams and bed frame.

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