Vapamore Primo Vapor Steam Sanitization System Takes Aim at Bed Bugs, Announces

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Non-Toxic Device Uses Superheated Vapor Steam To Reach Nooks And Crannies Chemical Bug Killers Cannot

Vapamore Primo™ Steam Vapor Cleaner

Bed bugs and their eggs are rapidly killed when exposed to temperatures over 113°F., one of the most recognized names in vapor steam sanitization systems with customers in every state in the nation and seven foreign countries, announced today a pocketbook friendly device from Vapamore that uses superheated vapor steam to reach nooks and crannies chemical bug killers cannot.

“Bed bugs stories haven’t died down,” says V.K. Dunlop of “And the problem is much more widespread than people at first thought.”

Because treating bed bugs professionally is a very expensive process that can take hours and cost thousands, depending how bad the case, people are turning to dangerous, do-it-yourself eradication methods.

But chemicals that can eliminate bed bug infestations are rare and by and large ineffective, as bed bugs have developed resistance to chemicals that are being used against them.

Another problem is that chemicals can’t reach bed bugs in every nook and cranny where they hide. A highly toxic chemical called propoxur does work better than most, but the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency banned the chemical for home use because of the damage it can cause to the nervous system of children.

“People across the nation are bugging out and don’t know how to stop the hitchhiking pests,” says Dunlop. “Some cities are holding summits to address the epidemic.”

Fortunately there’s a safe, fast, economical remedy that does not involve using toxic chemicals that harm human health. It’s called a vapor steam sanitization system.

While vapor steam sanitization systems are traditionally used to clean and sanitize surfaces without chemicals, professionals and consumers alike are discovering that these marvels of technology also instantly eliminate bed bugs from clothing, bedding, furniture and structural areas like baseboards.

“People don’t have to douse their homes in chemicals,” says Dunlop. “Vapor steam sanitization systems like the affordable Vapamore Primo convert ordinary tap water to high-temperature dry vapor steam between 245°F and 260°F. Bed bugs and their eggs are rapidly killed when exposed to temperatures over 113°F. It’s a double plus because vapor steam particles are so small, they can reach cracks and crevices chemicals cannot.”

With a vapor steam sanitization systems like the Vapamore Primo or the pricier Ladybug 2150 vapor steam sanitization system bed bugs have nowhere to hide and are a thing of the past. And because these devices kill bed bugs right away, they can be more economical than chemical alternatives that take several treatments.

“Don't be fooled by imitations that use a chemical injector,” says Dunlop. “If you use toxic chemicals to remove bed bugs from your home, what removes the toxic chemicals? These chemicals are linked to asthma, allergies, birth defects, cancer and psychological abnormalities.”

Located in Lake Forest, Illinois, is moving fast to educate consumers and businesses that finally, there's a feasible, environmentally friendly alternative to chemicals. The company markets Reliable, Vapamore and Ladybug vapor steam sanitization systems worldwide while maintaining an unblemished A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. 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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