FiberTrap Uses a Microfiber Cloud to Capture Bed Bugs

FiberTrap Uses a Microfiber Cloud to Capture Bed Bugs

The product attracts bed bugs using FiberTrap’s own aggregation pheromone to continuously attract and trap bed bugs.

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NEW YORK - FiberTrap’s bed bug monitor uses new trapping technology to capture bed bugs by deploying a microfiber cloud to ensnare the hairs on bed bugs’ legs.

The product attracts bed bugs using FiberTrap’s own aggregation pheromone to continuously attract and trap bed bugs using no pesticides; FiberTrap is exempt from FIFRA requirements, the manufacturer reports.

Recommended use for the product is pre and post bed bug treatment and for preventative maintenance in multi-unit structures. FiberTrap sells this product themselves and through distributors, one of their newest being Bug Off Pest Control Center in Manhattan, New York.