Steam Vapor Sanitization Systems Wipe Out Bed Bugs Too, Announces

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Says bed bugs are rapidly killed when exposed to temperatures over 113°F.


Ladybug steam vapor systems are more than just toxic-free disinfection devices. They also kill bed bugs.

Ladybug steam vapor systems equipped with Thermo Accelerated Nano Crystal Sanitation technology, called TANCS®, qualify as disinfection devices for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). But a nationwide marketer of steam vapor systems announced today that Ladybug steam vapor systems also kill bed bugs on contact.

“The TANCS® system has shown extraordinary results in laboratory tests,” says V. K. Dunlop of “Each system proudly display a yellow sticker on one side with an EPA Establishment Number in bold letters. But these systems are more than just toxic-free disinfecting devices. They also kill bed bugs. That’s because the pests are rapidly killed when exposed to temperatures over 113°F.”

Ladybug steam vapor systems convert ordinary tap water to dry vapor steam ranging between 245°F and 257°F, depending on the model. It’s a double plus because vapor particles are so small, they can reach cracks and crevices chemicals can’t. And because these water-only systems kill bed bugs right away, they can be more economical than chemical alternatives that often take more than one treatment.

Located in Lake Forest, Illinois, is moving fast to educate consumers and businesses that finally, there's a feasible, environmentally friendly alternative to chemicals. With customers in every state in the nation and seven foreign countries, the company maintains an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and markets Reliable, Vapamore and Ladybug steam vapor sanitization systems worldwide. For more information, call 1-800-468-2767. is a proud member of the Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families coalition, a nationwide effort to protect families from toxic chemicals. To stay safe and avoid toxic chemicals, keep abreast of the latest news with’s Twitter account, @1800GOVAPOR.

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