After the last post on how to pack-up a dresser, we decided to add one more video on how to properly wash clothing that may have bed bugs. This new video also supports Step 2 of the 8-Step Approach to get rid of bed bugs.. It's important to follow proper protocol when you wash your clothes to prevent spreading bed bugs.
How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs That Are in Your Luggage. 1. Separate Belongings from Suitcase. If you've just come home from traveling and you suspect a possible bed bug infestation in your luggage, the first thing you need to do is take out all the items from your suitcase. By separating contents and container, you can deal more effectively with each.
Don't live with this stressful problem, and don't spend thousands replacing your mattress or paying an exterminator to perform a treatment that you can do yourself for less. Here's how you can get rid of bed bugs in just 4 easy steps: Stop the Biting. The first goal in a bed bug treatment is to stop bed bugs from biting you while you sleep.
Removing Bed Bugs from Clothing and Other Items Getting Bed Bugs Out of Your Clothes If you've been on vacation, only to discover that you stayed in a hotel room or hostel infested with bed bugs, you need to get rid of the bed bugs before you get home and curl up in your own bed that you've missed so much.
Laundering Items to Kill Bed Bugs (.pdf) Washing clothes and bedding is a simple and cheap method of killing all bed bugs. It is a very important part of both do-it-yourself bed bug control, and when you have professional pest control company apply insecticides.
If you have to end up hiring a professional to come in and get rid of bed bugs that have overtaken your house as a result of bringing in used furniture, you could end up paying a lot more in the long run than you would have if you just bought new furniture to begin with.