Get rid of bedbugs, flees and pest with steam.
Vapor Clean’s high temperature Steam Vapor Cleaners with the proper tools and application kill Bedbugs, Fleas Lice, Ringworm and more.
*Real customer photo of auto interior after using Pro6 Duo.

Vapor Clean Steam Cleaners Kill Bed Bugs with zero chemicals. 

Over the years our Vapor Clean steam vapor cleaners have been quietly killing crawlies without much notice, or need for recognition, until now. Now, march the Bed Bug……. this new “resistant strain” as reported on every news station, news piece or blog has us cringing . What now? Well…. as DDT (an organochlorine) was outlawed in the 70’s, and thankfully so, this presented a new problem for the new breed of bedbug. As we know the experts are now looking for new alternatives and have become increasingly frustrated . What will be the next miracle toxin to kill these bugs that sleep in our beds and determine the long term effects on our environment and families somewhere in the process, and even the experts know that this is not the answer.

All of our products come with a full set of accessories to get rid of the bugs, and then added ones to clean your home, car and office when your done!

Education – Vigilance – Persistence

  • Vapor Clean’s high temperature Steam Vapor Cleaners with the proper tools and application kill Bedbugs, Fleas (yes, they are a little harder because they jump, but their eggs don’t) Lice, Ringworm and more.
  • Bedbugs are hitchhikers and can catch a lift anytime, anywhere into your home or business. Education is the key to the first step in controlling them and not inviting them to share your home.
  • Some bed bug populations are resistant to almost all pesticides registered to treat them. Homeowners may use over-the-counter or homemade preparations that are ineffective (or even dangerous) and may promote further resistance.
  • Products on the market such as foggers and advertised residual long term kill are ineffective and potentially dangerous.
  • There are No insecticides labeled for use on bedding or linens. If you find this, stay away! As they say if “It sounds to good to be true…it is”.
  • Vapor Clean steamers are not the only way to kill a bedbug, but we are the only 100% natural non-toxic effective way!
  • As members of the National Pest Association we are selling to business and homeowners while educating ourselves on the latest information to share.
  • While recently attending the Congressional Bedbug forum in Washington, DC we learned about and participated in presenting input in H.R. 2248 an Act that may be cited as the “Don’t Let the Bed Bugs Bit Act of 2009” a grant program being presented to Congress. Updates will be published when we obtain them.
  • In January we will be attending and exhibiting at the first National Bed Bug Forum: A Solutions Conference The National Bed Bug Forum is a holistic approach to educating pest management professionals about bed bugs from treatment methods to successful business models.
  • Read article from one of many companies that use our products to kill bed bugs. Bite Back Bed Bug Removal

A comprehensive IPM program to control bed bugs may include a number of methods such as:

What is happening to get a stronghold on these bugs is a program referred to as IPM (Integrated Pest Management). Those following this path are people and groups truly committed to answers including chemists, the government, and the those providing the tools and/or service to pass this on to the public to fight these biters and be vigilant in the process. Integrated pest management (IPM) is an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management that relies on a combination of common-sense practices. This information, in combination with available pest control methods, is used to manage pest damage by the most economical means, and with the least possible hazard to people, property, and the environment. We are part of that program and managing some of our most irritating pests with very little or no chemical involvement. We at Vapor Clean are learning and participating every day in this challenge and integrating this knowledge into an excellent combination of the right products, features, tools and education to help resume the restful nights we deserve!

  • removing clutter where bed bugs can hide,
  • applying heat treatment,
  • vacuuming,
  • sealing cracks and crevices to remove hiding places,
  • using non-chemical pesticides (such as diatomaceous earth) and
  • judicious use of effective chemical pesticides

Bedbugs and the Pro6

The newest strain of bedbugs to invade North America has developed into a SUPER BEDBUG that is impervious to present day pesticides. Even pesticides of old, like DDT has proven to have no effect on these blood sucking parasites.

Many claims of success with chemicals have been made by various manufacturers and sales/distribution companies. They are able to show results by testing their product on libratory bedbugs that have been in captivity for sixty years. These are not the same bedbugs that people are now facing in their home.

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How do I get rid of bedbugs?

In the case of animal fleas, which are by far the most common, you must prepare for the three zones simultaneously. Just targeting the fleas on the animal without treating the environment is futile. Popular, well marketed insecticide-based products are relatively effective but some question their affect on the pets’ health. Shampoos are also available. Talk with your veterinarian to determine the best product for your pet. A good grooming and bath may be all that is needed.

For the indoor environment there are a number of effective methods. Most popular are insecticide-based powders that are sprinkled on the floor, particularly around areas frequented by the pet, then vacuumed.


How can I naturally detect bedbugs?

Put 2.5 lbs. of dry ice in a 1/3 gallon jug, such as a Coleman cooler with a flip-up spout. The spout should be left slightly open, so the carbon dioxide can leak out. Place the cooler in a plastic pet food dish and tape a piece of paper to the outside of the dish as a

Upon review of the life cycle of the flea it is easy to understand why the insect is so widespread. Pets are easy “prey” and become host to fleas with little effort. Of the nearly 2000 species world wide, cat fleas are the most common in the US with dog fleas being common to Europe. Cat fleas (who infest cats and dogs alike) remain on their host laying up to one egg per hour! In addition to very large numbers of offspring, the cycle of the flea is profoundly efficient at keeping a house pet infested. Control of fleas requires three targets: on the mammal, in the home, and in the yard.