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Tips For Apartment Bed Bug Control

Updated on December 7, 2016

Dangerous Bed bugs can cause real havoc

Bed bugs are common and controlling them can really take a lot of time and patience. Bed bug treatment involves the use of non chemical and chemical treatments which can be well combined to help kill bed bugs. There are many effective pesticides available, which help in getting rid of bed bugs and prevent their occurrence.

To get rid of bed bugs you need to first find out what causes bed bugs. To know this, you need to first inspect the areas of infestation as well as the living spaces. Try to find out what is attracting the bugs? Is the place dirty which is becoming a favorite habitat for the bugs? Keep a record of where these are found mostly and dates for your future reference so that you know what brings these bugs back and how you can control them.

Control Bed Bugs as soon as possible

How To Get Rid Of Bed Bugs

  • Keep Your Apartment Clean

One of the main reasons for bed bugs is dirt. When you are starting your bed bug treatment, start by cleaning your apartment first. Clean all areas where these bugs are and eliminate all their habitats so that they never come back again. You need to physically remove these bugs and ensure that none are left.

  • Use Bed Bug Spray

There are several pesticides available in the form of sprays which help in killing bed bugs. Bedlam Insecticide Aerosol Spray is specially designed for controlling bed bugs and other insects. This special bed bug spray can be used in beds, headboards, floorboards, baseboards and even on the walls to kill these bugs. This spray is water based and does not irritate the user in any way. This bed bug spray can be sprayed on the mattresses and bedding for getting rid of bed bugs and helps to kill the bugs instantly.

Bed bug control in progress

  • Use Insecticides To Get Rid Of Bed Bugs

NEW Bedlam Plus is manufactured to kill even the toughest of bed bugs and under all circumstances. The special feature of this insecticide is that it kills the bugs instantly and it gets no chance to escape or hide somewhere which happens in the case of other bugs. The best part of this bed bug treatment is that it kills the eggs too. This is a great combination of residual control and quick kill which has proven to kill even the most resistant bugs. This is stain proof and can be used on wooden furniture, carpets and mattresses.

Once you have effectively treated bed bugs, you need to ensure you prevent these bugs from coming back time and again. All bedding and clothing which is infected by these bed bugs should be cleaned at very high temperature to kill these bugs. These bugs do not get killed by a simple wash. You need to heat the infected things up to 45 degree temperature to kill any remaining bugs. Remember the higher the temperature is, it is easier to kill them and once you get rid of them, ensure that they do not come back again.

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    • hiya-writer profile imageAUTHOR

      Sudipa 

      12 months ago from India

      Thanks Larry

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      Larry Rankin 

      12 months ago from Oklahoma

      Very informative.

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