Non-Upholstered Furniture. However, bed bugs can still hide in corners, cracks and crevices. Heat treatment can easily and effectively kill bugs in these hard to reach areas. If you're treating the furniture without heat your primary weapon will be a vacuum to remove any bed bugs that might be lurking in the furniture.
The good news is that if you can make your environment less hospitable to bed bugs, you'll make it easier to get rid of them, and greatly reduce the chances of their return—even without engaging a pest management professional. There are several options for getting rid of bed bugs, including both natural and chemical methods.
Steam cleaners (wet or dry) can get into cracks and fabrics to treat carpets, baseboards, bed frames, and other furniture. The steam temperature must be at least 130 o F but should not have a forceful airflow, or it may cause bed bugs to scatter. Use a diffuser to prevent scattering.
You can also use lavender or another essential oil, like mint or rosemary, to get rid of bed bugs. Just rub some on your bed frame or put a few drops in with your laundry detergent the next time you wash your bedding.
How do I get rid of bed bugs from a leather couch? Actually, bed bugs are a problem in many reputable hotels, too. They are very easily spread and will live anywhere there's food. Meaning your blood. You need to contact an exterminator if you want this problem dealt with quickly.
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