Bed bugs are one of the most difficult pest problems to eradicate quickly. By far, the best solution for bed bugs is to hire a pest control company with experience successfully controlling bed bugs. Unfortunately, this can be expensive and beyond the means of many people. If you feel you cannot afford to hire a professional, and want to attempt do-it-yourself bed bug control, there are some
Using bug bombs inside your home is generally safe if you take precautions. These are aerosol products, meaning they are flammable and can cause a fire or explosion if used or placed improperly. Fire is most likely when bug bombs are used near ignition sources such as a pilot light or sparking electrical wires.
Here's a quick live demonstration using foggers to bomb for bedbugs and fleas. These foggers are also good for spiders as we found a dead one in the kitchen after the 4 plus hours we were away
Safety Precautions for Total Release Foggers. These products are often used around the home to kill cockroaches, fleas, and other pests. Because the aerosol propellants in these foggers typically are flammable, improper use may cause a fire or explosion. In addition to this hazard, failure to vacate premises during fogging or reentering without airing out may result in illness.
If you had a shed you could put you clothes and beding in it with a construction heater. you could also heat your whole house. What can you use to kill bed bugs? Change the bed or wash the sheets
While bug bombs probably won't rid you of your bed bug woes, there are effective alternatives for you to consider. Heat treatments work very well on bed bugs, so try running your clothes and bedding through the dryer on high heat, and vacuuming and steaming over spaces that they might be hiding.