CimeXa Insecticide Dust, 4 ounces of Dust in each bottle by Rockwell

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CimeXa Insecticide Dust, 4 ounces of Dust in each bottle by Rockwell

CimeXa Insecticide Dust, 4 ounces of Dust in each bottle by Rockwell Add to cart

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CimeXa's engineered silica composition achieves rapid control while remaining viable for up to ten years (when undisturbed). With its broad label usage, CimeXa Insecticide Dust is a comprehensive asset for pest elimination to service professionals, and is now available to residential users as well.

Customer Reviews

CimeXa for a bedbug-free and cockroach-free home.

75 people found this helpful.
 on April 30, 2015
By I. Barraclough
The CimeXa dust made by Rockwell Labs is intended as an insecticide for Cimex lectularius – the common bed bug which prefers to feed on human blood. I have only just started using this product as a follow-up to a bedbug eradication programme, to eliminate any residual bugs.

cimexa seems to work well

83 people found this helpful.
 on January 5, 2015
By L. B.
Wow, our battle with bed bugs started Oct 15th. Got ripped off by an exterminator, nice start. He ok deposit for thermal and never returned. I was too caught up in figuring out how to kill my bed bugs then try to try to deal with him. Used Phantom, bedlam, Temprid and finally Raid from Walmart and last…. Cimexa. Still not in the total clear but did not get bitten last night which is a god send. The phantom, bedlam and Temprid killed about 80 % of the population. Left with mostly nymphs and eggs. The raid bed bug from Walmart killed the remaining 10 %. The remaining 10 % stragglers that could not be killed seem to be killed with the Cimexa. De(Diatomaceous earth) did not work for us….. the Cimexa worked. I wish I had used this in the beginning. Also, I dusted this lightly in my car too. I used a cheap, small paintbrush from the dollar store and painted headboard, all cracks in laminate floor, baseboards, bottom of box spring and bottom of mattress. So far, no new bites at night. Started wearing a shower cap and used neem oil in my hair at night because they would crawl in my hair and not rinse out and could feel them in the day. Good luck in your battle, what hell this has been.

I had my doubts, but it works great!

39 people found this helpful.
 on February 1, 2016
By Amazon Customer
Ordered this product a month ago as I had a moderate problem with bedbugs. I dusted around my baseboards and pretty much every other place they could hide. Previously, every time I entered my bedroom I would see at least 1-3 on my bed and/or the floor. That dropped significantly after a couple of weeks. Now it’s been about 10 days since I’ve seen one, alive or dead.

How Cimexa powder took away my bedbug problem I had 2 1/2 year infestation of bedbugs

51 people found this helpful.
 on July 10, 2014
By Walter Thomas
I have had bedbug infestation for 2 1/2 years.The bedbugs would get in my clothes especially levi pants when I was walking around the bedbugs would crawl over my body and sometimes bite me during the day.I have a lot of stuff in my room.The raid bedbug spray works good when spraying in the binding of books.I use the bedbug sprays that you get in hardware store but they were to weak.I bagged everything in trash bags and tied them with shoe strings,and bought 7, 21.8 gallon storage trunks to put my clothes and shoes and towels in.These trunks are waterproof and air tight so bedbugs cannot get inside.They are made by Iris company and got 4 more smaller totes made by Iris company from “The Container Store” here in Pasadena California.Then I put Cimexa powder underneath the two plastic chair matts I had on my vinyl floor to protect the floor because the floor was coming up, with the Cimexa powder and bellows hand duster(pesticide powder duster).But I was still getting bedbug bites.So I put the Cimexa powder in between my mattress and boxspring with the bellows hand duster and no more bedbug bites.I have a bedbug encasement on my twin mattress.I bought a large plastic bag from “The Container Store” for my boxspring,that said bedbug encasement for twinbed I duct taped along the whole edge where it seals about 3 inch width.I also stood the box spring up every 8 inches along the width of the boxspring duct tape all the way around so the tape overlaps you should have about 8 to 14 lines of duct tape going across every 8 inches width wise.This will keep the plastic encasement from filling with air and sagging down hitting the ground.I had to duct tape a lot of holes I found in the plastic bag at the bottom and around the edge of the bedframe.If you cannot get a plastic encasement for your boxspring get a cloth encasement but do not move boxspring with cloth encasement to much or you will stretch it and this will leave a opening for bedbugs to get in.The encasement is fragile and is not made to be moved once you put it down only to put Cimexa Dust In bedframe.Before I used the Cimexa dust I had A professional pest control person spray my room.There spray is 70 percent stronger then the spray you get for bedbugs in the store.Do lots of loads of laundry to kill the bedbugs in your clothes every week at least for 3 or 4 months after you stop getting bedbug bites.Try to get rid of as much wood in infected area as possible bedbugs love to nest in wood.You can treat wood with ammonia or stronger bedbug spray you can buy on the internet.I had to get rid of a lot clothes, books,tools,electrical appliances and other stuff I did not need.But I was left with still a lot of stuff and metal cabinets, electronics, books and other stuff.So I finally tried Cimexa powder and no more bedbugs.Cover all your bases to get rid of bedbugs.Caulk in between vinyl flooring and wall or baseboard to seal wall.

If you can’t afford an exterminator, Cimexa is the best thing that can be used.

14 people found this helpful.
 on July 30, 2016
By Lisa Mishaga
As soon as we identified we had bed bugs, we spent a lot of money on ways to get rid of them and spent a lot of time cleaning, washing, drying and freezing everything we could. We bought tons of alcohol, an expensive steamer that didn’t work, Diatomaceous Earth and many other products that DIDN’T WORK. I can’t tell you how much I HATE bed bugs. They are evil! They are very hard to get rid of as they are immuned to over the counter sprays.

I had a bad case of bed bugs..

14 people found this helpful.
 on March 28, 2016
By Workneh
I am super happy with this product!!!. I got bed bug when I moved into my new apt. I tried bed bug spray that I got from WalMart and it left my apartment smelling bad for weeks and the problem seemed even worse. What finally worked for me was a combination of taping any holes, crack, slits, and crevice in and around the bed so the bed bugs would be trapped and then dusting the area with CimeXa. It took about a week before I saw major improvements and now it has been 2 months and I haven’t seen any bed bugs. This stuff is orderless and you can just vacuum it up easily. Oh and I highly recommend a duster and gloves when handling this product.

Good stuff trust me it works

16 people found this helpful.
 on June 7, 2015
By Kendrick
Good stuff trust me it works. don’t know about other people but when I tested it it killed 10 bugs i tested in 6 hours. Put this around the bed. They have to walk through it to get ya. And the they’ll die!

Seriously Works!!!

6 people found this helpful.
 on October 20, 2016
By mommyof2##
After a magical trip to Disneyland (and about 2 weeks of “mystery bites”)we discovered that we brought home unwanted guests from our trip. Yup, bed bugs! Before we called in the big boys in (exterminator), I told my hubby to let me do some research first. I hated the idea of using harsh chemicals around the house, since I have 3 small children, 1 cat, 2 dogs, and 1 hamster so after some itchy nights awake on my laptop, I found and ordered Cimexa. Best decision ever! I swear it worked immediately. After a thourogh vacuming and using my handheld steamer on all fabric surfaces in my room, i took apart my bed, tore off the dust cover and dusted away with the Cimexa. I took off all the outlet covers and dusted in there as well. I also pulled off my wall base (the trim between the carpet and wall) and generously dusted in that gap too. I also dusted between my mattress and box spring and about 10 inches of carpet next to the walls. And the bites stopped! We have been been bite free since then (about 9months).This suff save me from a very expensive exterminator bill and exposing my family to harmful chemicals, very happy lady here. Just buy it!!!

This Works!

7 people found this helpful.
 on November 10, 2015
By happy2bshopping
This really works. Use a paintbrush to put it on the bottom of boxspring, on baseboard, bedframe and now we are bedbug free. It took several applications and about two weeks to kill them all. This is safer than chemicals and didn’t harm my dog and cat. Highly recommended! Bedbugs are a nightmare to get rid of but thank goodness this works.

is much finer so it isn’t as irritating

7 people found this helpful.
 on June 21, 2016
By Zealot
This stuff leaves diatomaceous earth in the dust! (Sorry, I couldn’t resist.) It has no smell whatsoever, is much finer so it isn’t as irritating, and is much more effective under real life conditions. Also, a little goes a long way. If it were food grade, it would be perfect. You can use it in the kitchen, but only in crevices where it isn’t exposed.
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