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ActiveGuard Mattress Liner- Kills Bed Bugs

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ActiveGuard Mattress Liners actually kill bed bugs on the mattress to help you get rid of bed bugs fast This EPA-registered product does not trap or encase bed bugs but rather KILLS Bed Bugs dead protecting not only the mattress but the occupant as well. Used as part of a comprehensive bed bug treatment along with other bed bug control products or as a stand-alone preventative to secure the integrity of mattresses and box springs, these liners will continue to kill bed bugs for up to 18 months.

Target Pests

ActiveGuard Mattress Liners are specifically designed to actively eliminate bedbugs and dust mites.

For Use In

Use ActiveGuard Mattress Liner on bedding e.g. mattress air mattress box spring sofa bed etc. Apply to bedding with mattress pad and top sheet.


Fit the ActiveGuard Mattress Liner over the bedding.

Pull down on the edges of the liner to insure a tight fit against bedding. Place another surface such as mattress pad, barrier encasement or bottom sheet over the mattress liner. If the liner is installed for house dust mites: after eight (8) weeks remove the ActiveGuard Mattress Liner and vacuum your bedding thoroughly while ventilating the room.

Removing the liner to vacuum the bedding is not required for liners installed for bed bugs. For best results, use new filters and fresh bags in your vacuum cleaner. If you suffer from dust mite induced allergies, have someone else vacuum your mattress.

Re-apply the ActiveGuard Mattress Liner on your bedding immediately, and then leave the mattress liner undisturbed for two (2) years. No need for further removal or vacuuming.

Note: Washing the ActiveGuard Mattress Liner removes the active ingredient and reduces the effectiveness of the product against dust mites and bed bugs. Follow the above directions for re-applying or fitting a new mattress liner. For best results, replace with a new ActiveGuard Mattress Liner every 18 months.

Note: Wash hands immediately after applying or fitting the ActiveGuard Mattress Liner

Time to Kill

ActiveGuard Mattress Liners begin to kill bed bugs as soon as they touch it. It will control dust mites for up to two years, and bed bugs for up to 18 months!

Country of Manufacture

United States

Mix Rate

The mattress covers are ready to use. You will need one per mattress.

Active Ingredient

Permethrin 1.64%

ActiveGuard Mattress Liner- Kills Bed Bugs

Found Bed bugs on Your Mattress? Get ActiveGuard!


Have you found bed bugs on your mattress or box spring? Usually, the first instinct of someone experiencing a bed bug infestation on their mattress is to toss their mattress and box spring out. The thought process behind this is usually something to the effect of, “I found bed bugs on my mattress (or box spring or another piece of furniture), so if I just throw it away that will get rid of the problem.” Another reason may be because they want to prevent the spread of bed bugs to other pieces of furniture in other parts of the home so disposing of the mattress will do the trick.


There are a few flaws in this mode of thinking and there are some hangups some homeowners have when it comes to these thoughts. For one, replacing a mattress, box spring, or other pieces of furniture is very expensive. Other times, an item or piece of furniture has just been bought and is brand new and they can’t just easily get rid of it. And even if you were to replace your mattress, that isn’t a guaranteed method of removing bed bug infestations which may very well infest your replacement mattress too!


So what should be done? Just deal with the bed bugs or toss your furniture. We’d say neither. There are other options and one of them include getting a bed bug liner or encasement and ActiveGuard has an excellent bed bug cover which can protect your mattress, box spring or any other piece of furniture you want to protect from a bed bug invasion.


Why Throwing Out Your Mattress Won’t Spare You From Bed Bugs

Disposing of your mattress and box spring, even if it’s infested with bed bugs, isn’t always a good idea and there are a few reasons why that is. For starters, despite their name,  bed bugs aren’t just on your bed. While you might find a lot of bed bugs on the mattress,  the box spring, the bed frame and so on, they are also likely to be hiding in other places nearby. They could be hiding in nightstands, behind picture frames and wall hangings, in between floorboards, between the baseboards and on the edges of the carpet. They can even be found in walls and in neighboring rooms. Getting rid of your mattress and box spring doesn’t address any of those other hiding places.


Secondly, if you were to get rid of your bed, where would you sleep? Alternative options would be the floor, the couch or a friends house. Sleeping on the couch will likely result in bed bugs infesting the couch because again, they’d still be in your home despite you removing your mattress and will be still hungry for a blood meal.  If you were to sleep on the floor, you’re just making it easier for bed bugs to feast on you and they will infest and hide in the carpet from now on.


Replacing a bed will set you back at least a minimum of a $1000 dollars. Even if you could afford it, ask yourself, do you really want to bring a new bed into the home with a bed bug infestation?


Keep Bed Bugs Away With ActiveGuard after A Bed Bug Treatment

Discovering bed bugs are in your mattress can be a nightmare--literally. People who have experienced a bed bug infestation at any point in their lives can relate to how terrible they sleep with bed bugs biting them into the night. Just scour the internet and you’ll see large amounts of people sharing their experiences of how they woke up to itchy, irritating bites from bed bugs. It can be especially upsetting if bed bugs turn up on a new mattress you just bought.


Solutions Pest & Lawn is here to tell you that your mattress and bed and be saved and protected with the help of ActiveGuard mattress liners, especially as part of a comprehensive DIY bed bug control treatment plan.


How ActiveGuard Mattress Liners Works To Kill Bed Bugs

Unlike other brands of bed bug covers and mattress encasements, ActiveGuard bed bug liners do not just trap and entomb bed bugs, it goes on the offensive and kills them dead. How? Because ActiveGuard mattress liners are actually made with an insecticide called permethrin. This chemical, which is known to treat fleas, scabies and headlice, is safe for humans and animals to come into contact with but lethal for bed bugs.


By placing ActiveGuard mattress liners around your mattress and boxspring you will be able to sleep easy knowing that any bed bug that is already hiding within the folds of your mattress or is newly crawling onto your mattress for a blood meal will find themselves succumbing to the effect of the permethrin and will drop dead. When paired with an active bed bug treatment program such the program for our DIY bed bug control kit, bed bugs will be gone from your home before you know it.


Don’t Believe the Hype of ActiveGuard? Believe Science


A recent scientific study conducted by the Entomological Society of America found that ActiveGuard mattress liners not only kill bed bugs but can also “significantly affect the impact of bed bugs before death even occurs”. This is done by impacting the bed bugs ability to lay eggs.


Surprisingly, the study found that the fabric used by ActiveGuard mattress liners effects even bed bug populations that are resistant to pyrethroid chemicals.


If this doesn’t convince you to order ActiveGuard Mattress Liners for your bed, we don’t know what will.


Order ActiveGuard Mattress Liners Today!

Bed bugs are among the most difficult pests to control once they have established themselves in your home, but that doesn’t mean that it is impossible. If you are fed up with trying to sleep with bed bugs biting you during all hours of the night, relief can come in the form of ActiveGuard Mattress liners.


Order ActiveGuard today and use it along with our easy to use DIY bed bug control kit and very soon your bed bug problems will become a thing of the past! If you have any questions or concerns we are available to speak to you by phone at 1800-479-6583 and askapro@solutionsstores.com


Product Q & A

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Can i use it on a futon mattress
LS on Dec 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would recommend spraying with Bedlam and then sealing up with a mattress encasement.

Do you need to put on mattress and box springs both? Also they say they fit twin and XL twin but sizes say 75 long while XL is 80 long. Will this fit the XL twin?
Sunshine 13 on Jul 15, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I bought one for a Queen bed size so don't know about Twins. If the XL twin is larger than the size it quotes then it may not fit. It does not surround the whole mattress, so part of the bottom in not covered. It stretches so it may fit the larger XL. I used it on my box springs because you can't get pesticide inside it. I used a $20 bed bug mattress cover from Wal mart for the main mattress. So far no bed bugs since. I also have climb ups/interceptors on the bed legs.
Can you put the activeguard liner and then put you're normal liner from your bed set on top of the activeguard liner ?
SD on Sep 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes you can use the Activeguard Liner and then put the mattress liner on top. Place another surface such as mattress pad, barrier encasement or bottom sheet over the mattress liner.
Does the price include a liner for both the bed and box spring ir are they sold separately?
Jennifer K on Sep 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: They are sold separately.
Do you need one for box springs and one for the mattress?
A shopper on Aug 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It would be best to cover both, yes.
Sleeping and breathing on a pesticide mattress protector seems rather scary - how safe are these to sleep on?
A shopper on Jun 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: When setting up the ActiveGuard Mattress Liner pull down on the edges of the liner to ensure a tight fit against bedding. Place another surface such as mattress pad, barrier encasement or bottom sheet over the mattress liner. This will keep your skin away from the actual liner.
Is it safe enough to just use a fitted sheet between the liner and you to protect your skin from the chemicals?
A shopper on Jun 22, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can put a bottom sheet on top of the ActiveGuard Mattress Liner.
What are the dimensions of the full versus queen sizes. Not sure what my bed is!?!
A shopper on Jun 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Queen mattress dimensions are 60 inches wide by approximately 80 inches long – 7 inches wider and 5 inches longer than a full-size mattress.
Does the activeguard liner go on top or bottom of th mattress?
A shopper on Feb 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The Activeguard mattress liner would be applied to the top of the mattress. After placing the mattress liner make sure to add another surface over the liner. We can use a mattress pad or a mattress encasement. This barrier will keep the liner out of direct contact with our skin. Make sure to use gloves when applying the liner and wash your hands after placing the liner on the mattress.
I have a California king bed will king liner work for it
Jackson on Dec 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The ActiveGuard Fits King Mattress and/or Box Spring (76" x 80"); up to 17" in depth and XL lengths
how long does the liner take to kill bed bugs. I have a liner on my mattress and when I was changing my bedding I saw a bed bug crawling across the liner
CB on Jul 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: ActiveGuard Mattress Liners begin to kill bed bugs as soon as they touch it. It will control dust mites for up to two years, and bed bugs for up to 18 months!

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Great idea and only product that helps prevent problems
Arrived promptly, easy to use and gives some peace of mind. I definitely recommend it for preventing problems if you like to travel and are worried about bringing home unwanted “guests”.
August 24, 2018
5 months ago
Sent with my kid to college
Bed Bugs were a huge issue at my sons college. We gave him one of these this year and he did not have any.
May 5, 2017

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