Bug Bombers Bomb Out

Got a cockroach problem? Total release foggers are not the solution, warned a study from North Carolina State University, published in BMC Public Health in 2019. Also called “bug bombs,” these products send aerosolized particles of insecticide throughout a room. To see how foggers measure up in effectiveness and safety, researchers treated the kitchens of […]

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