The use of strong pesticides have been used for decades to eradicate bed bugs. Now with the help of Mother Nature and Science, DE Labs has created an All Natural Non Toxic biopesticide alternative that is safe and proven to prevent and eradicate bed bugs.
Our mission is to provide the most effective & safe all natural product that you can use to “live without the nuisance of bed bugs” that is environmentally friendly and not harmful to humans and pets.
In recent years, bed bug infestations have increased dramatically in many countries including Canada and the US, leading to a renewed interest in designing better management tools and control options. Bed bugs can now be found everywhere from social housing apartments, retail stores, hotels, private homes to five star hotels, condos, cruise ships, office buildings, and even public transportation.
Bed bugs are the most difficult pest to eradicate due to built-up resistance of chemicals. DX13™ kills the bed bug mechanically including their larva. The key objective of DE LABS Inc. is to introduce this new All Natural Non Toxic patented product to better facilitate the prevention and eradication of bed bugs & infestations. Our product is approved for sale in Canada by Health Canada.
Why DX13™ is the #1 Choice of Diatomaceous Earth
Diatomaceous Earth is naturally occuring in a vast number of varieties. Depending on a number of factors including amount of diatoms, species of diatoms, mineral composition, purity, particle size, and processing, most Diatomaceous Earths are not very effective against bed bugs and some can be dangerous to people and their pets.
DX13™ is the only product on the market with a patented formulation of the most effective Diatoms, which are needle-shaped species called “pennate” Diatoms, and the most effective particle sizes according to our research. DX13™ is also processed to ensure the highest levels of purity and safety available in a spray application. This processing eliminates waste and allows it to be easily used in hard to reach areas such as the inside of light switches, electrical outlets, and other nooks and crannies that bed bugs are known to inhabit.