Saturday, 22 September 2012

Get rid bed bugs naturaly

Launder Bedding and Garments

This is very important. Put everything in sealed bags directly after laundering to protect them from being infested again gather everything you can and wash them in extremely hot water. Bed bugs cannot survive in extreme heat (120 degrees Fahrenheit or higher). The absolute minimum should be 120 degrees Fahrenheit.


Vacuuming is extremely important, as well. It will help to remove bugs and eggs from your mattress, the carpet, the walls, and any other surface. Make sure you vacuum the seams, tufts, and edges of the mattress and box springs, as well as the perimeter edge of walls. Throw away the contents in a sealed trash bag.

Steam/Extreme Heat

Things that cannot be washed must be steamed or heated in some other way. Steam your carpet to ensure you haven’t missed any when you vacuumed Steaming your mattress and box spring is another way to kill bed bugs. Use a steamer to get into the cracks and crevices of the bed and any surrounding furniture.  

It works by heating up the items to 120 degrees Fahrenheit in a sealed unit It is a little bit steep in price; however, if you travel a lot, you might want to consider this as an investment. The Packtite is something to consider for smaller items, such as books.

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