How we can kill bedbug in home ?

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Question by sanjay_makhijani1976_29:
How we can kill bedbug in home ?

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Answer by citizen high
Easy !
1- Let the sun come inside , every time it’s possibile .
2- Get rid of the old bed .
3- Cats & dogs are friends of bugs ; so , no cats or dogs ,please !!

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sparkle_eye April 4, 2011 at 8:15 am

Bed bug elimination procedures, methods and products closely resemble those used for indoor tick elimination, due to their size, harborage areas and habits. Thorough inspection of the premises will save you time and money. These tiny bugs can be found in any small crack in proximity to where humans rest or sleep. These cracks and crevices are generally behind and beneath baseboards, beneath area rugs, between carpeting and walls, in power areas of appliances or even in the folds of curtains and drapes in the infested room. A thorough vacuuming of cracks, crevices and other areas where bed bugs hide is an essential part of an integrated pest management program targeting this particular pest.
A combination of odorless insecticide spray and insecticide dust is needed to eliminate bed bug populations with special attention given to dusting all bug hiding places. Once mattresses and box spring setups have been thoroughly cleaned and (if necessary) treated with an odorless dust, plastic covers on the mattresses will help keep bugs in as well as keep others out.

A general purpose spray can be used on carpets, furniture and baseboards to help cut back on some of the population but the most important pest control tool you can use is an insecticide dust. Many pest control service technicians are now using premium fogging solutions in addition to other suggested pest management procedures for bed bug control. When fogging with a cold fogger is required for stubborn or re-occurring bed bug infestations, BP100-Plus is giving best fog results. BP100-Plus contains a high amount of natural pyrethrins (1.00%) and also contains an IGR called Hydroprene. Fogging is rarely considered to be great controller of pests when used alone. Only use a fog when a very fast kill of existing bugs is needed. Fogging mainly kills exposed bugs that are not hiding in cracks or crevices. With the addition of Hydroprene, BP100-Plus does give an extra residual effect.
Elimination of a bed bug infestation takes some patience. These pests live in tiny cracks that are sometimes difficult to reach with pest control products and they can live a longer time without food than can other blood feeding bugs such as fleas. Apply your spray to baseboards, carpets, flooring, throw rugs, area rugs or other areas where bed bugs might crawl at night. This insecticide will also kill spiders, fleas, ticks, ants and other household pests.
After allowing your pesticide spray solution to thoroughly dry, you may now begin the important application of dust. Any area of possible bed bug harborage (especially those areas where your spray cannot reach) should be treated with Drione Dust.

Bed Bug Sprays

General purpose sprays such as Suspend SC that are water safe for fabrics are preferred for elimination of bed bug populations. Suspend SC is odorless and (when used as directed) is safe to use in homes where children and pets live. (The active ingredient in Suspend is Deltamethrin, the same material found in Delta Dust.) Use this insecticide to spray carpets, flooring, rugs and baseboards. Do not spray bedding, mattresses or pillows with this product. If you want to spray these objects, use a spray that is labeled for such use. Claire Lice Killer can be sprayed on inanimate objects such as bedding, stuffed animal toys, etc. in homes.


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