How to rid bed bugs from shoes? Put your shoes in the dryer for at least 30 mins on HIGH heatand/or you can spray (saturate) or soak in rubbibng alcohol. Rubbing Alcohol kills live bugs
Wonder how bed bugs spread? Here is a perfect example of how bed bugs spread and can end up anywhere, just imagine!!!!! Bed bugs spread in many different ways this is just one example.
With the holidays fast approaching, you might find yourself frantically Googling "how to get rid of bed bugs in luggage," after discovering you've brought home a colony of bed bugs.According to a new study, there's a way you can reduce the chance a group of these blood-sucking pests hitches a ride in your suitcase.
Dr. Stephen A. Kells and Jeff Hahn, from the University of Minnesota, explain that bed bugs are not like lice and will not travel on people's skin. They will, however, cling to clothing as well as hide in luggage and shoes. Bed bugs can also travel from one infected apartment or home to another in this way.
Do not transport the clothing, luggage, shoes, or bag with bed bugs anywhere else. Double seal the affected items in two plastic zipper bags or trash bags. Then, transport them to the area where you plan to treat the clothing. Double sealing prevents individual bugs from escaping during transport.
Keep bed bugs from moving in after travel. Follow these important steps if you encounter bed bugs in your travels. March 14, 2013 - Author: Cathy Newkirk, Michigan State University Extension When traveling for spring break, summer vacation or business, it's important to check for bed bugs anytime you stay in a hotel, motel, resort or other place that has lots of visitors.