If bed bugs infect you your clothing, and you d wear them on a regular basis, then bed bugs will stay in the clothes forever till the day you get rid of all of them using pest control methods.
Contain your clothes in a freestanding closet, storage box or bag to deter pests. If you're using a natural repellent, storing clothing in an enclosed container also helps preserve the effectiveness of the repellent. Eliminate. An insecticide is recommended in instances where you have had a known infestation or believe you may have one.
Insects and pests are also attracted to natural fibers like cotton and wool, so make sure that any cotton or wool clothing is especially clean and stored in a protective box that prevents any pests from getting inside and damaging your clothing. Packing your clothes for storage
Plastic storage containers can be used for storing clothes, although if any bug larvae are in the clothing, they will have a feast. Cardboard boxes can be used for temporary storage. Make sure you use new clean boxes to avoid staining and insects. Even then be aware that cardboard boxes can attract bugs.
Reader sojo wanted to know about this item, Skubb, as a way of storing clothing during a siege of bed bugs. It looks to be made of nylon, and is zippered clothing storage which hangs directly on a closet rod. Nobugs pointed out that it was not fully sealed (since we know bed bugs can get through zippers, for example, in suitcases).
Bed bugs don't like being jostled, so they avoid hanging out in your hair or clothes, but they do like to stay close to their food source, namely you. The mattress is the first place you should inspect if you're trying to figure out how to get rid of bed bugs fast. Bed bugs love to hang out in