How To Treat Your Mattress For Bed Bugs
Once the encasements have been applied, you can put your mattress and box springs back on your treated bed frame, and put your laundered bedding back on your bed. Make Your Bed Bite Proof Now that you've killed the bed bugs hiding in your bed, it's time to put up defensive measures to keep them out.
Once you've put in the hard work of getting rid of bed bugs, the last thing you want is a relapse of these insects. Some effective solutions to keep bed bugs at bay include getting a mattress cover, and moving your bed away from any points of contact such as walls, nightstands, and other furniture.
For less than the price of the average mattress alone, you can buy everything you need to treat the mattress, box spring, bed frame, and all of the cracks and crevices around your room that bed bugs are likely to be hiding in. Throw the average mattress away and you roughly double the cost of a do-it-yourself treatment.
Using a vacuum cleaner to suck up the bed bugs is a very effective and simple method to eradicate bed bugs from your bedroom. A vacuum cleaner is a common household item so you can use it right now to kill bed bugs. To make sure and get rid of any eggs around the seams of your mattress, use a stiff brush to loosen any bed bug eggs from the material.
Watch as Jason Akers from Green Akers Pest Control LLC teaches a trade secret to understanding how to kill bedbugs on your bed and how to do it safely. MOST EXTENSIVE BED BUG TREATMENT ON YOUTUBE
Rubbing alcohol 70% and higher works good kills on contact,, the powder (diatomaceous earth works too it cuts them up and dry them out (like beef jerky) using bedbug bombs just sends them it to cracks and crevices or into your walls and u still have them infesting all rooms,,always spray rubbing alcohol where your company was sitting after they leave,,never get used furniture from anyone or from the curb could have bugs,, and when u buy new furniture always spray rubbing alcohol and powder