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Bed Bug Killer Spray - A Low Cost Extermination to Kill Bed Bugs

Updated on September 15, 2014

The cost to get rid of bed bugs

Bed bugs cost americans millions of dollars, and makes the areas in our homes unsafe. This article shows you how to kill bed bugs, and get rid of them. The most effective way to get rid of bed bugs is by replacing your bed and furniture. Many times this can be very costly. While bed bugs are not known to transmit infections, they should still be avoided. Pest removal agencies who specialize in this field often upsell their services. If cost is a major concern for you, i'd recommend doing it yourself.

what a bedbug looks like
what a bedbug looks like

Bed Bugs

bedbug infestation
bedbug infestation

Directions to get rid of bed bugs

Some products are not as effective as advertised. The products listed here are very effective. By following the directions below, you can rid your residence of bed bugs and dust mites. First off, thoroughly inspect all sleeping areas within your residence. After an inspection, eliminate all open areas (cracks,crevices) around the sleeping units. A good vacuuming and floor scrubbing will disinfect the crawlers. Once you have finished, remove your bedding, and place those items outside, upon plastic floor covering.

Disinfectant Supplies
Disinfectant Supplies

Bed bug killer spray

Bed bugs are like any other insects. When you invade their habitat with chemicals, they disperse. Dead Bed Bugs killing spray is specially formulated to kill these infestations. To ensure it's effectiveness, carefully read the label. Start by spraying the bedding from the outside-in, making a circular enclosure. Apply Dead Bed Bugs killing spray to your bedding and furniture. Spot treat areas such headboards, floorboards,and walls. Remember to wear protective clothing and gloves. A lot of products vary in their effectiveness, but Dead Bed Bugs killing spray is one of the best. The cost is minimal to paying an exterminator, so use as much as you need to get the job done.

Bed bug excrement & waste
Bed bug excrement & waste
spot-treating areas
spot-treating areas

Bed bug mattress cover

Use a bed bug mattress cover once your extermination is complete. I personally recommend one that's similar to what I used below. As you can see, my mattress is completely encased. This brand is machine washable. I recommend you heat your mattress cover to at least 120 degrees. Do not be enticed to purchase a higher priced one because you won't need to.

Mattress Encasement

mattress encasement
mattress encasement

Mattress Cover

zipped mattress cover
zipped mattress cover

Bed Bug Bites

bloodsuckers
bloodsuckers

Relief From Bedbug Bites

Bed bugs and dust mites manifest in places we don't think about. If you suffer from bed bug bites, you can apply selsum blue shampoo to the areas of concern. Be observant when buying used furniture. Always sanitize anything that's used. Since crawlers are everywhere, all products should be inspected before they're bought. Until next time, stay safe.

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      wr are in trouble from bed bugs please advise

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