HOW TO KILL BED BUGS
Here are a few great ways to get rid of bed bugs!
STEAM AND VACUUM
Steam and vacuum your bed and areas around your bedroom to ensure you kill and get rid of any eggs that may have been left behind.
SPRAYS AND POWDERS
Use sprays and powders that are safe to use and handle. No one wants to use harsh chemicals that can cause you harm even if it gets the job done.
KILL THEM WITH HEAT
Bed bugs don’t like heat and will die at high temperatures. This is a great way to eliminate them but can get pricey as you need to heat the entire room. Find out how you can do this safely.
HIRE A PROFESSIONAL
When you’ve gave it your best shot or if you can afford it, hire a professional who has done it before and has the tools to get the job done. Note that they can be pricey.
BED BUG FACTS
Bed bugs feed by sucking your blood and leave red dots as evidence.
They mainly feed at night but will feed at other times when hungry.
They are light brown to reddish in color and can grow to 0.2 in (5 mm) long and 0.118 in (3 mm) wide.
They are flat when they haven't eaten but plump up and elongate when fed.
Bed bugs have five immature nymph life stages and a final sexually mature adult stage. They shed their skin at each stage.
Females can lay up to 500 eggs during their lifespan.
Bed bugs cannot fly or jump.
DETECTION AND PREVENTION
POWDERS AND SPRAYS
STEAMERS AND VACUUMS
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