What are the extermination methods they will be using to remove and kill bed bugs? Typically, experienced pest control companies will employ a few varieties of treatment methods such as vacuuming, cleaning, steaming and other mechanical approaches to fully get rid of the bed bug infestation.
Vacuum your house. This will remove bugs and eggs from mattresses, carpet, walls and other surfaces. Pay particular attention to seams, tufts and edges of mattresses and box springs, and the perimeter edge of wall-to-wall carpets. Afterward, dispose of the vacuum contents in a sealed trash bag.
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How to get rid of bed bugs on clothes and bedding: Bag and Wash Clothes and Bedding The first thing to do after confirming an infestation is to bag up all your clothes, towels, bedding and curtains in plastic bags. Tie tight knots to seal the bags and keep them tied until they reach the washing machine. Wash with hot water and dry thoroughly.
Dismantling bed frames in infested areas typically exposes bed bug hiding sites. Having access to these areas during cleaning is important. Stand up the box spring and shine a flashlight through the gauze fabric and look for bed bugs. If the fabric is torn (possible hiding place), remove fabric to prepare for spraying.
Keep the Infestation from Spreading Anything removed from the room should be placed in a sealed plastic bag and treated. Empty the vacuum after each use. Don't discard furniture if you can eliminate the bed bugs from it. If furniture cannot be salvaged, discard it responsibly. Take steps to have