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Getting Rid of Bed Bugs

Getting Rid of Bed Bugs

If you’re experiencing problems with bed bugs, you’re not alone. Bed bugs are becoming an increasingly common problem in homes and hotels across the country. But don’t worry, there are steps you can take to get rid of them. In this blog post, we will discuss how to get rid of bed bugs using a variety of methods. We’ll start by showing you how to check for bed bugs in your mattress and bedroom. Then we’ll talk about how to use vacuums, and steam cleaners to kill bed bugs and eggs. Finally, we’ll give you some tips on preventing future infestations.

So let’s get started. The first step in getting rid of bed bugs is to check your mattress for any signs of infestation. Look for small brown or red spots on the fabric. These are bed bug droppings and can help you identify where they’re hiding. You should also look for small white eggs, which are about the size of a poppy seed. If you see any of these signs, it’s time to start cleaning.

The next step is to vacuum your entire bedroom, paying special attention to the corners and crevices. This will help remove any bed bugs or eggs that may be hiding in carpeting or furniture. Be sure to empty the vacuum bag after each use so that the bed bugs don’t escape back into your room.

After vacuuming, you’ll want to use a steam cleaner to kill any remaining bed bugs or eggs. Steam cleaners can be rented from most hardware stores. Be sure to follow the instructions carefully so that you don’t damage your furniture or carpeting.

Once you’ve vacuumed and steamed your bedroom, it’s time to wash all of your bedding in hot water. Bed bugs are attracted to body heat, so they often hide in bedding. Washing your sheets and pillowcases in hot water will kill any bedbugs or eggs that may be hiding there. Be sure to dry them on the highest setting as well to prevent any re-infestation.

The final step in getting rid of bed bugs is to seal up any cracks or holes in your bedroom walls or floors. Bed bugs can squeeze through very small spaces, so it’s important to make sure they don’t have any way into your home. You can buy caulk from most hardware stores and use it to seal up any gaps around baseboards, windows, and doorways.

If you’re still having problems with bed bugs after following these steps, you may need to call our team of professional exterminators. Our team members at Birch Fumigators are trained to identify and treat infestations of all sizes. We have several options for pesticides, heat treatments, and K9 detection to get rid of the bedbugs for good.

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