Bed bugs are the fastest growing pest emergency in the developed world. One in five Americans has had bed bugs or knows someone who has. This guide will help you identify if you have a bed bug infestation and provide you with tips for eradicating them.
This is how I got rid of bed bugs in my home, by myself, using common household appliances to kill the bugs and eggs with heat. No costly exterminator, no poisons. You can exterminate bed bugs too!
Getting rid of bed bugs can be a pain, but it doesn't have to mean spending thousands of dollars on professional. Use these tips to get rid of bed bugs without an exterminator
Vinegar is an old-fashioned solution for bed bugs. This spray is a contact killer. It lacks residual effects, so it requires frequent treatment but can be used to kill a variety of creepy crawlers.
Bed bugs are no fun. I'll share twelve tips to get rid of them and keep them away! Learn more about bed bugs to best eliminate them.
If you think bed bugs are only a problem at home, think again. These resilient pests have been known to infest movie theaters, hotel rooms, schools, and even office buildings.
Diatomaceous earth can prevent and kill bed bugs, roaches, and some other bugs. DE's effectiveness is known, but consumers need to know how it works and how to use it. As with any bug-killing product, there are pros and cons. This method is slower acting, but some consider it to be safer.
Seal your home tight to preventing bugs from traveling through the walls. Bed bugs cannot be exterminated with caulk, but a well-sealed home is less likely to get a deep infestation.
Bedbugs are tiny and oval-shaped with antennae and six legs. They can be hard to spot because they move quickly, but with these tips you'll be able to identify bedbugs when they show up.