Shake very well before use. Hold the container 12 -14 inches from area being treated. Spray evenly and do not saturate. This product does contain essential oils and while staining is unlikely, it is recommended to test for possible staining on a small inconspicuous area on surfaces to be sprayed.
Can I spray it on my bed?
Yes. Remove linens. Spot treat areas on mattress that may harbor bed bugs like folds and seams. Check for torn areas on bottom of box springs. Allow treated areas to completely dry before replacing linens.
Where else should I spray for XOut to be effective?
It is suggested that you spray in dresser drawers, closets, baseboards, headboards and foot boards, curtains, drapes, wall hangings and other furniture that you want treated. Before treating remove any clothing from such areas. Allow about one- two hours for XOut to dry.
How much XOut should I spray during a treatment?
One two ounce bottle will treat the average size hotel room. One 16 ounce bottle will cover multiple rooms depending on size. Coverage is dependent on the amount sprayed.
How does XOut work?
Unlike traditional pesticides and insecticides that require ingestion by the insects, bed bugs are killed when the oils in XOut attach to the body of the bed bugs and penetrate the shell, killing them.
Can I spray where my kids and pets play?
Yes, however please allow XOut to dry before allowing anyone including children and pets to he exposed to any area sprayed with XOut.
What are the ingredients in XOut?
The list of ingredient is: geraniol, peppermint oil, soybean oil, citric acid and inert ingredients.
What if I'm allergic to any of the oils listed on the bottle of XOut?
This product contains plant oils which are inherently fragrant. People who are sensitive to fragrances should test a small application before using over a large area. People with severe sensitivity should contact their doctor before using XOut. Please be advised that XOut. LLC assumes no responsibility for any adverse reaction you may have.
• XOut represents that this product is a Minimum Risk pest control product, and qualifies for exemption from EPA registration under Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA).