What To Use In Laundry For Bed Bugs

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What To Use In Laundry For Bed Bugs

Posted by Brissette Amabelle on Sunday, 16 February, 2020 13:31:35

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When it comes time to get rid of bed bugs, you'll need to pack up all of your personal belongings into sealed plastic bags. After that you'll want to heat treat some of those items. We recommend

As bed bugs and their eggs can hide in laundry hampers, it is highly recommended to clean them also when you do the laundry. If you can't wash everything right away, collect the linens and dirty clothes and seal them in plastic bags until they can be washed to reduce the chance of spreading bed bugs.

Watch for bed bugs in shared laundry rooms — Usually, if an item that has a bed bug on it is washed, the bed bug will die. Still, it's possible for shared laundry rooms and laundromats to have bed bugs that hideaway. Inspect your laundry after washing, just to be sure.

Instead of washing delicate clothing or pillows in a washer, use a clothes steamer. The steamer temperature must reach between 160 and 180-degrees F. Follow the instructions for the machine and cover every surface of the fabric to kill the bugs and the eggs. After steaming, use a vacuum with a HEPA filter to capture any dead bugs.

My apartment had bed bugs when I lived in NYC. One of the steps in treating them is to take all of your clothes, quarantine them in trash bags, take them to the laundromat (assuming your apartment or building don't have a dryer you can use), and then cook your clothes in the dryer for a while.