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It may not be the first thing that comes to your mind when thinking of pest control but dusts and dusters are an important tool to have in your arsenal when targeting common household pests like roaches, ants, bedbugs, ticks and fleas. Dusts & dusters are very handy when used in tandem for pest control because they can kill insects and keep them gone for a long period of time long after application. They are also convenient in that when used together you are able to get tremendous reach with dusts as they can get deep into cracks and crevices which are where bugs like to hide and usually other forms of pest control won’t be able to extend that far.

Here at Solutions Pest and Lawn we carry a wide selection of all the dusts, dusters and accessories you will need to get your pest control done right all by yourself. Applying dust with a duster is easy and will save you money as opposed to hiring a professional company to do pest control dusting for you.

The hand dusters we carry are either pump based (like the B&G Bulb Duster 1150) or electric based (like the 2250 Electronic Duster) are lightweight and simple to use as their function is to blow dust into those hard to reach areas and narrow cracks and voids.

Should you need any help, we offer expert advice in our online knowledge base which details how to use our various products and we can also help you over the phone with our trained representative who can guide you through each step of the pest elimination process using a duster.

Dusting How To’s and Tips

  • Aside from applying dusts into cracks and crevices that are visible in your kitchen, there are other areas most homeowners don’t think about applying dust to that is very effective in controlling insects like behind light switch covers and electrical outlets and spaces where window and door frames meet walls as well as around plumbing.

  • The best dusts to use with a duster to treat for insects include Boric Acid Dust (Borid), CimeXa Dust andEvergreen Pyrethrum Dust 1%

  • When using dusters, we recommend using safety equipment like a mask gloves and respirators before attempting to apply any dust products so they won’t get into your eyes or nasal passages.

If you are unsure of what to look for or have any questions regarding how to use the duster call us or send us an email at askapro@solutionsstores.com and one of our representatives will be happy to assist you with your problem and guide you to the right direction in your pest control efforts.

Professional Handheld Dusters Make It So Much Easier To Dust


While you could carry out an entire dusting treatment using the built-in applicator tip that comes with an insecticide dust product, the more convenient option would be to use a professional dusting applicator.


At Solutions Pest & Lawn, we carry a number of high quality professional dusters (such as the Handheld Pesticide Duster) which eliminate the frustration we talked about in the previous paragraph when applying dust using the built in applicator tip.


This handheld duster is a easy to use and affordable tool that provides several benefits over puffing dust out straight from the container. The duster comes with a long straw which makes it easier to puff dust deep into the tightest of cracks, crevices and wall voids and provides a small, controlled amount of dust with every squeeze.  


To use the handheld duster, just pop or twist off the rubber top, fill the duster about halfway with your preferred choice of bed bug dust, secure the cap back on and seal it. Flip the duster over so the bulb is pointing down and the straw is above it. Next,  take off the protective cover on the tip of the straw, and give the bulb a gentle squeeze to start dusting.


Aside from the basic handheld duster, we also carry other types of dusting productssuch as the B&G Bulb Duster 1150, a B&G Electronic Duster and more. Shop for the best duster for you and get it shipped to you for free!

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