How to get rid of bed bugs yourself

bed bugs close up pictureCalling a Professional is your best route to stopping and controlling bed bugs…..But if you want to try yourself – Use a strong adhesive tape (duct tape) to get them out of corners, outlets or furniture without damaging or contaminating your things.

If this method does not work for you, try using a non-toxic “Bed Bud Spray” that can be found easily online. (A good one is “Natural Bed Bug Killer”)

Reducing massive clutter stops bed bugs from spreading as it gives them fewer areas to stay and breed. If possible, put items in a storage area and vacuum the contaminated area frequently. It will take some time to rid your room, office or home of these critters, but monitor it carefully until you notice no more eggs or droppings.

If you do have to throw anything away big or small because it was infested, put items in a plastic bag and cover the item and label it “BED BUG INFESTED” to avoid further spreading.

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1 CHIBUZOR January 26, 2017 at 10:28 pm

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2 Anne March 17, 2016 at 9:22 pm

I called a professional and they said they got them all but, 2 days later i see them again. Could they be back this fast? or did they miss them? I ordered my own bed bug heater from i am going to try that before i pay another 800 to another pro.


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