A New Way To Protect

Your greenhouse, home, or commercial growing operation from harmful, crawling insects.  Simple, cost-effective, and environmentally safe solution to crawling insects damaging your produce.


Simply place the stylish coasters under the footing of beds, bedside tables, desks, and dressers. The unique design discreetly traps and immobilizes bed bugs in their tracks, ensuring peace of mind and a peaceful night’s rest.


1st Terminus is a highly effective preventative solution. In addition to being pesticide-free and environmentally friendly, the attractive design integrates with any decor and goes unnoticed by guests. Custom sizes and colors are available on volume orders.


Competitor products rely on harmful pesticides or use an open dish design. This puts children and pets at risk and could potentially put bed bugs in contact with sheets, bedcovers, and clothing. The open accumulation of bed bugs is also unsightly and a huge deterrent to guests.

1st Terminus is 100% safe and easy to use. Designed to be discreet, the attractive coaster does not bring attention to its true purpose, yet is highly effective and affordably priced for building-wide usage.

Products and Pricing

Our products can be bought individually, or in large custom orders.  On orders larger than 2,500 units, please contact our sales department to discuss pricing.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should you check the coaster for insects?

We recommend that you check each coaster daily. If any insects are stuck to the adhesive pad, inform local pest authorities immediately.

How often does the adhesive pad need to be changed?

Change it every 30 days, even if no bugs have been caught, as dust build-up on the sticky surface will reduce effectiveness. The pads are very easy to replace!

What do you do with the adhesive pad after use?

The sticky pads are safe and disposable. Onc insects such as mealybugs, spider mites, vine beetles, ants, etc are trapped, it is best to have a pest control professional remove the pad, identify the pest and recommend treatment if needed.

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