Non-Toxic Bed Bug & Mite Spray
Natural Biological Bed Bug Killer
Guaranteed to Control Bed Bugs

Kleen Green for killing bed bugs. If you have discovered a bed bug problem, don’t panic, we can help! The first thing you need to know is that our bed bug killer absolutely works if used properly. You will also need to learn a bit about bed bugs and how and why our product works so well. One thing for sure, getting rid of bed bugs will take some time, the amount of time will be up to you. It will be completely dependent on your willingness to observe the bed bugs in your home to figure out where they are hiding, so you can spray all those infected areas first to eradicate the problem, as quickly as possible.

  • Kills Most Insects in Seconds
  • No Risks to Humans or Pets
  • Hypoallergenic & Biodegradable
  • Does Not Produce Toxic Fumes
  • Non-Toxic, Food Grade (GRAS)
  • Relies on Physical Biology Not Toxins
  • Economical 1 Gal. Makes 8 Gallons
Kills Bed Bugs When They are Most Vulnerable
Kleen Green is an effective, environmentally friendly, non-toxic treatment that exterminates bed bugs without the use of toxic pesticides, using a unique blend of organic enzymes. All types of insects are affected by enzymes, the biology of insects depends on the creation of enzymes for their survival. It is impossible for insects to develop a resistance to enzymes used as a method of pest control.

Bed bugs and other insects have an ability to rapidly evolve an immunity or resistance to many common commercial pesticides within a short period of time, even within a single crop cycle. This leads to a costly rotation of toxic chemicals. Sadly, human beings do not have the biological tolerance to the persistent pollution of pesticides that insects do, and are often the victims compromised by pesticide use. Fortunately we have found a consistent, safe reliable solution for controlling bed bugs - natural enzymes.

Bed bugs are made up of a high concentration of protein. Kleen Green contains an active ingredient that causes the insect to molt (shed its outer coating) prematurely. It is during this molting phase that an insect is at its most vulnerable - susceptible to drying out or drowning since the hard shell that normally would protect them has been cast off or removed.

It is necessary for all insects to shed their exoskeletons several times during the course of their life. They accomplish this by using enzymes they create naturally to split open their exoskeleton and thus allowing them to grow.



Because commercial pesticides are comprised of chemicals which are volatile, synthetic and poisonous, the EPA prohibits registered pesticides from claiming they are either safe or non-toxic. However, Kleen Green is in fact, a natural biological bed bug killer that affects insects based on physical rather than chemical properties.

Active Ingredients: A specially formulated broad spectrum of NATURAL enzymes (protease, amylase, cellulose, lipase) derived from innocuous yeast strains. FDA good grade ingredients. GRAS (FDA Generally Regarded As Safe) List Parts 184 and 186. This product is not a pesticide.

Directions: To kill bed bugs dilute 16 oz of “Kleen Green” in one gallon of water, pour the diluted solution into any spray bottle to apply to areas that need to be treated. To treat current bed bug outbreaks, spray product around mattresses and boxsprings as well as bed rails, headboards, bed frames, base boards, all cracks and crevices and any other area where bed bugs might hide. Repeat procedure every day for 2 weeks and then twice a week to control further outbreaks from newly hatched eggs.

Money Back Guarantee: Spray "Kleen Green Naturally” directly on to a bed bug. If you are not satisfied with the results, then return the bottle for a full refund!

Available Concentrate Sizes: (16oz = 1 Gallon) (32oz = 2 Gallons) (64oz = 4 Gallons)
(1 Gallon = 8 Gallons) (5 Gallons = 40 Gallons)

For expert advice on how to eradicate your bed bug problem please call us at 888-774-4046
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