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It Works on Contact

Ants in your pants, find yourself swatting away pests in the middle of your kitchen, or do you feel little nips on your exposed skin in the middle of the night and don’t know who the culprit is? EcoRaider kills on contact, with up 100% accuracy quickly and chemical-free.

The Journal of Economic Entomology can attest that among all 12 tested pesticides, only EcoRaider caused 100% mortality of bed bugs. However, what happens outside the laboratory is what really matters. Through dialogue with the public, I have compiled some insight into what is working for our customers.

That is what the science tells us but let’s takes a look and see, what customers are saying about EcoRaider fast acting effects. According to one verified customer, “This stuff is definite killing machine bed bugs did not like this at all. Definite started killing process on contact maybe up to 10 seconds for full death. Our headboard had a lot of crevices and this soaked into a lot of those having them crawl out and die,” received by S. Reedon. We urge all treatments to focus on spraying inside cracks and crevices.

Patricia says the Bed Bug Killer Spray I was skeptical at first, since I’ve tried so many products to rid my place of these stupid bugs.

I have to say, this is an excellent product!!! It went to work immediately!! The scent was a little strong at first but when I sprayed the “affected” areas, it changed to a sawdust smell, indicating that it was killing on contact.

Feedback is helpful in spreading the word about the positive outcome EcoRaider provides and it is also crucial to have when customers run into problems applying treatment.

S. Reedon runs into some trouble and we at EcoRaider want to illuminate the correct methods to use to get all benefits from the bed bug spray. He states, “It’s not bait nor stays active long. So don’t expect a set it and forget it with this. But it will actively kill what it finds. There is a strong cedar type smell to it, but I got used to it pretty fast.”

The Bed Bug Killer solution does have a cedar wood scent comes from natural ingredients extracted from plants; it is non-toxic and dissipates fast. Based on our survey, 90% of users find the scent is acceptable, 5% tell us they like the scent and about 5% of users are not in favor of the scent. In cases where the cedar wood is too overwhelming, we recommend that you can try our All Purpose Insect Killer that attacks and kills bed bugs with a citrus aroma.

We can discern from the S. Reedon’s remarks that they happy with the death on-contact results, but seems to suggest that they are unsure of EcoRaider’s potency long-term.

EcoRaider’s strength is really where it’s emboldened. It is highly effective during this period of time, 97.5% of exposed bed bugs die within 2 weeks after exposure at all life stages.

As spring closes in and temperatures lift and signs of life are on display everywhere. The warm winds blow in the slimy things, the crawly things, and the flying-pesky things with the fresh dampen conditions of the season. Eradicating all mosquitoes, ants, and other undesirables would be ideal, but that is neither realistic nor beneficial to the overall ecosystem.

What we can settle on eliminating these households’ terrorists from invading our personal halcyon by arming ourselves with EcoRaider’s Ant Killer & Crawling Insect Killer and the Mosquito 3-In-One Spray.

An Amazon customer uses Ant Killer Spray, “This product actually works! I have used other all natural ant killers and had no luck. The very first time I used this product, it worked, it killed the ants right away and it keeps them away.”

“I used it against the small black ants here, swarming over a potato chip that one of my roommates dropped and didn’t bother cleaned up. It managed to kill them like right away,” exclaims, Brandon another satisfied customer.

The boasts don’t end there, The Mosquito 3-in-One is just what you’re looking for when tackling garden work; Works great! According to another verified Amazon customer. Anonymous continues,”I was searching for a safe mosquito killer since my husband is allergy to lots of chemicals. He actually has no reactions to this bottle when I tried to spread a bit out. And it kills the small flying insects as well. Those bugs bother me all the time in summer. This product was made to kill insects safely.”

However, success is not always the case, as Shelia briefly exclaims “It doesn’t work.” To her and others, we urge you to follow the simple steps that could improve the results drastically. My advice is to check all areas that might be infested by mosquitoes that could have gone unchecked or neglected during the first go-round.

It is imperative to spray clothing when wearing for personal use, spray screens, windows and perimeters of the residence – also spray under bushes, around houses, in damp areas, and under appliances and around pipes.

A major culprit is standing water; this is where larvae and mosquitoes tend to breed. Spray into these stagnant bodies of water. These include fountains, bird feeders, catch basins, trench drains and other similar areas. Treating these areas guarantees that the mosquito population will dissipate.

We encourage more letters and comments from costumers and want to know how EcoRaider is working for you. We would love to post your story. Please visit us on Facebook and/or sign up for our newsletter for special offerings

Help Mother-Nature go Green for Spring!

Making simples changes in our daily lives will help make improvements to our communities and our planet.  Conversing with EcoRaider customers, I know firsthand that maintaining a green lifestyle is their top priority.  I have compiled a few tips on how green living can help improve one’s daily life and how to make that transition.


For millions of Americans spring means congestion. Spring means sneezing, coughing, and hacking their way through the pollen, and all the fresh new plant life. One way people avoid the hey-fever blues is to stay inside. Staying inside is not always the best strategy because the house itself could also be a breeding ground for irritants.


Do-it-yourself cleaners are a perfect alternative to the typical household chemical cleaners that contain phosphates. Typical items such as baking soda, vinegar, and soap, mixed with water is just as effective as the store-bought counterparts.


Use old tee-shirts and rags, washable items instead of disposable paper towels when mopping up messes. Minimize use of bleaches. Non-chlorine bleaches are gentler to clothes and the environment.


I can’t emphasize reusable enough! Of course, if you grew up in a household anything like mine, using recyclables bags was the standard practice by now. We never used paper or plastic bags for our groceries or anything else for that matter. Brown paper bags, although they are sturdy, that reason alone just doesn’t prove the chopping down a forest; oxygen is kind of necessity. As for the plastic bags, it doesn’t break down.


Plastic bags, along with all other discarded plastic material that escapes the land-fills and ends up washed-up on beaches half way around the world, are death sentences for countless species. The rings of the 6-pack cases are death traps to the poor unsuspecting sea creatures or birds, when they mistakenly swoop in for the shiny object and suffocate themselves on the decoy food. A modest investment in several tout bags would help save lives, trees, animals, and our planet.


Fixing odds and ends around the house is another essential on our green to do list. Perhaps there is a leaky faucet in your basement that you’ve been putting off for a while. This is not good. Leaky pipes are a calling card to crawly unwanted visitors. Environmentally compatible products such as EcoRaider, with its all natural ingredients extracted from plants, are efficient in combating bug infestations head-on. Also, old pipes can leach lead into your water. If lead is found, apply a filter to avoid poisoning.


Using products like EcoRaider avoids typical pesticides and in turn helps keeps municipal water clean. Getting the word out and using more eco-friendly products will do likewise.


There are so many things that you can today to enhance a sustainable future, above are just a sample of the plethora of adjustments one can make in your daily life to make a real environmental impact.  Examine your environmental footprint, what other changes can you make doing some of your favorite things; maybe it’s gardening, shopping, cooking, or exploring the great outdoors, and remember making green adjustments can be fun and enlightening.  I invite to return next month when I describe my first time experience delving into the realm of eco-tourism and its challenges.



Questions to EcoRaider…And Helpful Answers

Dealing with a bed bug infestation is a challenge. The EcoRaider team recognizes that infestation cases vary, and the methods used to attack a pest problem might be more effective for one particular household over another. Customer feedback helps us access what problems people are having with the EcoRaider treatment and how we can best help them find solutions. Recently, a customer sent in a few questions about the fertility cycle of bed bugs and how to eradicate future generations of bugs. 

1.      Does exposure to Ecoraider decrease bed bug fertility?

 It is unlikely one will be able to spray all the existing adults and eggs during one treatment. The adults that survive will continue laying eggs and eggs will hatch.

2.      As in, if they are exposed to the product while climbing onto my bed to bite me will females still be able to lay eggs after getting that blood meal? (Bed bug eggs hatch every 10-14 days).

According to a study done at Washington State University, exposure to EcoRaider does inhibit bed bugs fertility and appetite, suggesting that they will bite less and lay fewer eggs.

3.      If the answer is no to my previous question; how am I supposed to fully eradicate them? (Seeing as Ecoraider has a lower mortality rate at first before ramping up to high mortality rate within 10 days, the bed bugs are exposed to the product, may still have time to lay eggs after biting me. Because those offspring can interbreed, the cycle perpetuates). 

The mortality on the test report is the cumulative data. Both direct spraying and residual treatment show different mortality speed. The results show that there is an 80-90% mortality rate within the first hour when EcoRaider is directly sprayed and the residual effect is slower. Essentially, the most successful kill method is directly spraying a bed bug or egg. Another successful treatment would be for the bugs to come into contact with the liquid while it’s still wet

4.      Is there anything you guys recommend to stop this? Or is my only choice to continue spraying and hope for the best? I love your product, but repeatedly purchasing it is getting expensive, and I’m a medical student living off federal loans.

Certainly, for the best performance, spray once a week. The peak activity for bed bugs is at night. Spraying as close as possible towards your bedtime is an optimal for getting largest amount of bugs in their tracks. Take a flashlight at night, try and find where they are coming in from, if you find the nest, remove it, spray and clean this area thoroughly, and this can ultimately reduce the pests once and for all.