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Does Clorox kill bed bugs? In case you have not given bleach a try, it is high time you tried using bleach to kill bedbugs in your home. Bleach is a strong element that is not only designed for sanitizing garments but also eliminates bedbugs fast.
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Soaking the mattress with bleach might work in parts for bed bugs hiding there. If you can, pour a bottle of bleach all over your mattress. This will kill most of the bed bugs and drives out others. So stay put with a bottle of all purpose cleaner and shoot at everything that moves out of it.
The bottom line is that while bleach does kill bed bugs there are better options for getting rid of these horrible little parasites. Not least, of course, hiring professionals to do the job properly. That can get expensive though, so you may want to try one of the bed bug sprays, such as EcoRaider, that are on the market.
The best way to get rid of bed bugs permanently At first glance, it might not seem easy to get rid of bed bugs using a DIY approach. However, by diligently using the above steps, and most importantly, by repeating the treatment every few weeks, you can make sure you get rid of the bed bugs permanently.