> Unless you have a broad scale significant infestation, there's little reason that bed bugs would seek harborage in clothes hanging in your closet. That is, unless you actually sleep in your closet. > However, as the downside risk of bed bugs is so great, we wish to remain conservative and be thorough too.
Some bed bugs have become resistant to common pesticides, meaning many bed bug sprays are no longer effective. Heat and steam, using professional equipment, can also be used to treat bed bugs. Many professionals do freeze bed bugs effectively, but in a much different way.
The first thing to do when you find bed bugs in your clothes is to isolate everything you are wearing in a large zip lock bags to prevent the pests from spreading. If you can catch the bugs before they spread it will be much easier to get rid of them.
There's a few great methods you can use to get bed bugs out of clothing and they are quite effective. Bag and Bake. The most common method to get rid of any insects that have started hanging out in your clothes closet or drawers is to bag all the clothes up in a thick black garbage bag and leave it in the sun for a few days.
Bed Bugs Can Infest Your Clothes. Bed bugs thrive wherever people are. They are travelers and can hitch a ride on about anything. That includes your luggage if you set it anywhere near a bed bug.
All your fabrics must be washed in hot water or put in a hot dryer. Then they must be quarantined in trash bags until you can be sure the bed bugs are gone. In the interim, you must keep a skeleton