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  1. Bugged out in Da Bronx

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    Posted 6 years ago
    Wed Apr 24 2013 19:59:44
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    I was just browsing through Bed Bugs Limited website and came across one of their products:
    Diatomaceous Earth Aerosol DE. I read the product description and it sounds more "friendly user" than the powder version I've used in the past and avoids over application (something I'm guilty of).
    Does anyone know if this is sold in the USA?
    BTW, I am also aware that precaution should be taken when applying DE regardless of its form.
    Thanks.

  2. theyareoutthere

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    Posted 6 years ago
    Wed Apr 24 2013 21:01:55
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    David Cain has said it isn't.

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  3. Bugged out in Da Bronx

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    Posted 6 years ago
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    Thanks but that's a bummer.
    Do you know if it can be ordered from BB Limited?

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    He's in England and I think it's not approved for US yet so he can't.

    But, I'm up to asking him to sneak some in on his next visit to the US if I get first dibbs.

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    Hey Theyareoutthere (love that name),

    Don't forget me when you get your cut.

    Seriously, I thought that I might be able to purchase it through another company that might be owned by one of the pros on this site but if it's not approved for use in the USA (at lease for now) then there goes that idea.
    Thanks again.


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