Bidding Bed Bugs Goodbye
Guests are good, uninvited ones not good. When they take it upon themselves to invite themselves on your bed things can get tricky. You may think it’s bad but wait till you find out they are vampires in disguise. They have embarrassed you by making an appearance before the meeting that was going to be a game changer. They are not making a secret out of the fact that they have fallen for your blood and prefer to leave a mark for you to remember. You’ve not slept in a long time because well they don’t let you. Its time to kick those bed bugs out of your life, wait did they just reproduce ? Ok , now the bed bugs really have to leave.
They are very committed to the task of filling the earth and this little demons are not dying before they live a century because one year is too much for a pest. If you think having a mosquito invasion is bad then bed bugs are ten times worse. Can you believe that you actually need to have a plan to get them out? Step one, Know whom you are fighting in this case bed bugs. If you leave in an apartment it has to be a collective effort because your neighbors might have an infestation too. The landlord has to be on the forefront in this fight. Victory smells sweet but it has to be earned.
I am sorry to inform you that it may take time to get rid of bed bugs. Your plan should be to eat the elephant a piece at a time. Extreme temperatures could be a blessing in disguise where bed bugs are concerned. Temperatures of about O degrees Celsius will do wonders for every infested thing that you put in your freezer. You don’t have to part with your furniture but if the situation is dire then spray paint the word BED BUGS before throwing them out. A sort of diary to take note of the progress is of absolute importance. Sometimes there is only so much you can do , in which case it’s time to call specialists to help you finish what you started.
Pesticides might seem to be the better option but they are really not. Some have really harmful consequences to your health. You are not trying to create another problem. If pesticides seem to be the only Sniper Solutions left then you might find those that are compliant with the right standards of much help. Adhering to the right use of pesticides as stipulated by the manufacturer will prove fruitful. You might find that even with pesticides you may not be able to clear everything especially the eggs out. In this case using drying agents may not be such a bad idea. You have to keep changing the pesticides but desiccants the bed bug solution are gift since there is no chance that the bed bug will adapt to them. Just one last piece of advice listen to good music, it helps while undertaking this forsaken laborious and absolutely necessary duty.