Place the luggage in garbage bags, then set it outside if it is below freezing. Alternatively, if your car's trunk gets up to 120 degrees while sitting in the sun, you can place the sealed luggage
The bed bugs travel in the seams and folds of luggage, overnight bags, folded clothes, bedding, furniture, and anywhere else where they can hide. Most people do not realize they are transporting stow-away bed bugs as they travel from location to location, infecting areas as they travel.
To use Bed Bug Control, lightly spray it on the outside of your luggage, especially along the zipper. Luggage often comes into close proximity with other luggage when on planes, buses, or cruise ships, which may be infested with bed bugs. By spraying your luggage, you'll have both a repellant and a bed bug killer all in one.
Your luggage needs to hit 125 degrees in the middle to kill all the bedbugs, if there are cool spots in your luggage the bedbugs could make their way to a cool spot and survive the process, and you don't want that. Remove anything flammable from your luggage. Remove any aerosol cans from your luggage.
BED BUG TREATMENT. Terminix knows how to determine if bed bugs are in your home. We offer bed bug control solutions, including our RapidFreeze ® solution, which is fast, effective and non-toxic. If you think you might have bed bugs and need a bed bug treatment, call Terminix today and schedule a FREE Bed Bug Inspection.
Steam and Clean Your Room. If you suspect that bed bugs might be hiding in items that can't be laundered or steamed, like books, papers, luggage, shoes, and dry-clean only clothing, you can treat those with a portable bed bug heater. Heaters are a popular way to safely heat-treat items during bed bug treatments,