Body count. I don't think that you got more bed bugs when you have a dirty apartment. Bed bugs don't care for dirt (roaches and flies do). They are just interested in your blood. You might even has less bugs in a dirty apartment because you might then have roaches and other pests which may have bed bugs on their diet.
At any given time, you can find millions of dust mites living and feeding inside your bed, carpets, couch, clothes, and anywhere where dust tends to accumulate. You don't need chemicals to get rid of them. I'll share 12 natural ways that are guaranteed to kill and remove dust mites.
This will prevent the pesticide fumes from gathering in living spaces where people and pets might in hale them. Yes, I said pesticide fumes. Mothballs contain fumigants that can be harmful to humans if ingested or inhaled over the long term. The vapors, once released tend to linger for long periods of time.
Like mothballs, spraying rubbing alcohol directly on potentially infested areas only killed, at maximum, half of the bed bugs. Furthermore, due to the fact that it is highly flammable, rubbing alcohol should be avoided and not used to prevent or control bed bugs.
This is the first smell that bedbugs hate. You can use any products that contain lavender to remove these bugs from your house. There are many lavender sprays that are available on the market. You can choose the best one based on your needs. You can spray your bed with lavender sprays to remove any bugs hidden in your bed.
Mothballs used to be a popular tool for keeping them away, but let's face it. Mothballs stink. Fortunately, there is another cheap and effective way to keep the bugs at bay. It smells great, and it never needs replacing, either. Read on to learn how to keep insects out of closets without mothballs.