Here’s how to make an inexpensive pooter(or bug sucker).

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  • The Bug Sucker comes with multiple filters that help prevent bed bugs from getting out. The main obstacle is in the bag, which is lined with a filter material made up of randomly arranged fibers. This material allows the bag to stop over 99% of particulates, most of which are much smaller than bed bugs, from escaping. When you’re done using the Bug Sucker, simply remove the filter, place it in a tightly sealed bag, and dispose of it. Replacement filters are available .

    As an added security measure, Atrix also included a shake-free HEPA lining in the body of the vacuum. Even if something did manage to gnaw its way out of the sealed bag, it won’t be able to escape through the ports on the bottom of the Bug Sucker. To ensure that escaping through the hose or motor isn’t possible, Atrix finished the job by sealing the gaskets and including a pre-motor filter and a cap for the hose.

  • As an added security measure, Atrix also included a shake-free HEPA lining in the body of the vacuum. Even if something did manage to gnaw its way out of the sealed bag, it won’t be able to escape through the ports on the bottom of the Bug Sucker. To ensure that escaping through the hose or motor isn’t possible, Atrix finished the job by sealing the gaskets and including a pre-motor filter and a cap for the hose.

    While some other vacuums feature some form of HEPA filtration, these additional sealing features are what separates the Bug Sucker from others on the market. The layered defenses allow pest control operators to tackle a wide variety of annoying crawling pests, like bed bugs, roaches, ants, termites, and more.

    Replacement Filter Bags for Bug Sucker HEPA Backpack

    Price $19.95

  • In the wake of the pending ban of all insecticides, it has become necessary to find an environmentally correct way to protect one's home from bugs.

    The General Delivery University Department of Insect Extermination announced today that new technology, called "Bug Sucker".

    "We were experimenting with a Dirt Devil, and discovered that if you put a long tube on the end, it will suck bugs off the walls," said Willy B. Greene, GDU exterminator.

    Renamed the "Bug Sucker", the device provides for a totally safe way to rid your home of bugs. "No chemicals whatsoever," Greene noted.

    Bug Sucker comes complete with disposable bug bags. "You can choose how you want to ultimately dispose of the bugs you suck up from your home," Greene said. "You can dump them over the wall into your neighbor's yard," he added. "Or you can step on the bag, if you like the sound of crunching insects," he continued. "And you can throw the bag into your fireplace and burn the bastards."

    GDU also developed an outdoor version of Bug Sucker, using a ShopVac.

    "This monster will suck ants right out of their holes," Greene said.

    The Bug Sucker will soon be available to Internet users, via the GDU Store.

    While some other vacuums feature some form of HEPA filtration, these additional sealing features are what separates the Bug Sucker from others on the market. The layered defenses allow pest control operators to tackle a wide variety of annoying crawling pests, like bed bugs, roaches, ants, termites, and more.

Here's how to make an inexpensive pooter(or bug sucker)

Atrix knows their way around a vacuum. The Bug Sucker is light, sturdy, effective, and couldn’t be easier to use. After testing it on a variety of surfaces, from carpets to beds to cracks and crevices, I was tempted to knock over my potato chips just so I would have something to vacuum up again.