Category Archives: Bed Bug Advice

How To Isolate Your Bed From Bedbugs

How to isolate bedbugs

Isolating your bed basically means cleaning the bed bugs off your mattress and linens, and then building traps that prevent remaining bed bugs in the room from crawling up the legs of your bed and re-infesting it. Isolating your bed won’t get rid of your bed bug problem, but you will be able to sleep again at night. Before We Get Started…Your bed bug exterminator should get involved in this process. Exterminators have chemicals that kill any bed bugs hiding on your mattress, box spring, headboard and […]

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How To Control Bedbugs

Controlling Bedbugs

Bed bugs are unlikely and unwanted housemates you might have currently. They can never be as gross and scary as other insects and pests like cockroaches, but they can be really annoying. Bed bugs are insects that thrive on small holes, cracks or crevices in walls and floors. Generally, bed bugs like to live in dark and untidy corners or portions of the house. Bed bugs suck blood. It is their primary means of making a living. Hence, they go out at night and suck blood from […]

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How To Get Bed Bugs Out Of Clothes

How to get bed bugs out of clothes

Bed bugs have been exterminated from the US soil sometime in 1940’s and the 1950’s. The use of DDT has been successful in eradicating these pests. However, international traveling and immigration have brought back to the US the exterminated, blood sucking pests. And establishments that are said to be the bed bugs exchange centers are: One, buses, two, trains, three, cabs, four, airplanes, and five, hotel rooms, six, motels and breakfast-inns. Don’t you notice that the places where you can see bed bugs from and out of […]

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Battling the Distribution of Bed Bugs

Stop the Spread of Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are insects that do not have wings. They are roughly shaped oval. They measure, once fully grown, from four to five millimeters long. You might find the next piece of information unexpected, but bed bugs are fast runners. There are easy to see on white linoleum or marble floors, but very difficult to spot on brown wooden floors. This is so because bed bugs are rust brown in color and they even change into a deeper red brown when they finish a blood meal. The […]

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