Any (preferably natural) methods to self-exterminating bed bugs? A friend has th

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  1. keepitnatural profile image70
    keepitnaturalposted 7 years ago

    Any (preferably natural) methods to self-exterminating bed bugs? A friend has them & can't afford...

    to get anyone in to fumigate!?

  2. Jackie Lynnley profile image89
    Jackie Lynnleyposted 7 years ago

    I have never read of a natural way but washing bedclothes and all in the room we be my first thing to do and I am sure for $5 or under a spray could be bought, a pharmacist cpould probably answer this one well.

  3. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 7 years ago

    No need to fumigate--wash everything--everything in the washer and dry in a hot dryer.  Vacuum the mattress and box spring inch by inch and into every crevice--again and again.

    Check online to see what sprays are available.  I know they make mattress covers that are anti-bedbug--but again we are talking $$$

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    SpaceAgeposted 7 years ago

    I never dealt w/ bed bugs, & hopefully never will. if I ever did, I'd wash everything I could in hot water & bleach. mattresses could b professionally cleaned. if they couldn't b cleaned, I'd pitch & replace them if that was the only remedy.

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    MikeRourkeposted 7 years ago

    These bugs usually are little, evening time, pests which go after human blood. These bugs, similar to many other pesky insects infest households, office spaces and also other regions. Their specific miniature specifications causes it to be really hard to recognize these. They are going to hide out in the household furniture, bed mattresses in addition to luggage. Bed bug bites might quite easily lead to epidermal hypersensitivity and can also cause irritated, reddish colored dermis.

    The way to Combat These Bugs

    Bed bug invasion, in cases where discovered at the beginning, is going to be effortless to stop when compared with any kind of invasion which has grown to be significant. Typically the invasion might be discovered primarily through bite marks on your skin immediately after that you will certainly have to uncover the actual area of their nest. Take a look at your household furniture like bed frames, settees, bed mattresses along with pillows for signals for bed bug presence.

    Methodically vacuum the entire household furniture, underneath bed furniture, plus the floor coverings.

    You can easily even apply aromatic bedding to cover up all of your bed mattresses and as well , settees.

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    rogerferero12posted 7 years ago

    A woman reported that she previously had difficult time finding Diatomaceous Earth, that is referred to as Silicone Dioxide and also discovered that ChemFree Termite Destroyer may be the identical point, inexpensive and available at any kind of store.

    You are able to squirt an assortment of 3 or more portions scrubbing alcohol with only two parts water over the bedbugs to eliminate those that you find. That is not going to perform significantly for any insects which will are invisible, but it will probably destroy the ones you spray.
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