If you ever do have to get rid of bed bug infested items, place them in plastic bags that are large enough to cover the item and label it clearly as "infested with bed bugs" or toss in dirty diapers and coffee grounds to avoid further spreading by dumpster divers and such.
Continue to inspect for bed bugs, at least every 7 days, in case any eggs remain. You can use interceptors, traps or other monitoring methods. Interceptors are placed under the legs of furniture to catch bed bugs and keep them from climbing the legs. Commercial and do-it-yourself interceptors are options. Continue to protect your home from bed bugs.
Extreme hot or cold temperatures kills bed bugs. You can also put your clothes in the dryer on a hot setting for 30 minutes, and try steam cleaning your luggage and clothing.
In order to get rid of bed bugs in one trial, you need to take precautions to avoid their re-infestation. For instance, avoid putting your luggage on your bed after coming from a trip or never put your luggage on the floor in a hotel room.
How to Get Rid of Bugs Indoors Killer for Lawns & Landscapes to kill and prevent listed insects in your landscape beds and around the perimeter of your home. To kill bugs hiding in your lawn use Ortho® Home Defense® Insect Killer for Lawns Granules. Always follow the label directions.
Make Your Own Bedbug Repellant In a spray bottle, take 10-20 drops of eucalyptus essential oil and add a little warm water. You can also add a few drops of lemon essential oil if you like. Spray on mattresses and bedding to eliminate bedbugs.