Bed bugs are such insects that feed on human blood. Humans became hosts to bed bugs through host specialist extension. In many ways, bed bug bites can impact, like red rashes, psychological disorders, and various allergies.
If one sleeps in a bed bug infested bed, he or she will definitely suffer from sleep difficulties, and if it is not treated properly, then the sufferings will turn into anxiety and stress.
This small brownish insect is a great problem for many countries, and as there are two types of bed bugs, they can live and infest almost at any temperature.
But how do bed bugs get into your home?
If anyone visits an infested area, the bed bugs get to cling to the shoes and clothes.
And if the shoes and clothes are not properly disinfected or dried outside the house, then there is no way to stop bed bugs from entering your home.
Then they will spread and hide in your chair, sofa, bed, tables, curtains, and whatever they find suitable for their living and breeding.
How to manage Bed Bugs?
- Regularly, clean the clutter, especially in the bedroom and drawing room where guests come.
- Moving the bed away from walls or furniture can give a good result.
- Vacuum molding, windows, and floors regularly. Vacuum sides and seams of mattresses, box springs, and furniture as well. Empty the vacuum or the bag immediately and dispose of it outside in a sealed container or bag.
- Weekly wash sheets, pillowcases, blankets, and bed sheets and put them in a hot dryer for at least 30 minutes. Consider using mattress and box spring covers –the kind used for dust-mite control–and put duct tape over the zippers.
One must seal cracks and crevices or any openings where pipes or wires come into the home.
How to kill Bed Bugs?
If you don’t want to use pesticides to kill the bed bugs, then there is the only way to eradicate them that is the Temperature Treatment. The infested objects must be treated with an hour at a temperature of 45 °C or over, or two hours at less than −17 °C; thus, beg bugs can be eradicated.