Rip covers and remove stuffing from furniture items. Use spray paint to mark furniture with "Bed Bugs." Have infested items picked up as soon as possible by the trash collection agency. Don't discard furniture if you can safely eliminate the bed bugs from it.
Applying honey onto the scar. Honey will kill the bacteria and fungus while heals the scars. Mix onion extract with petroleum jelly and apply the mixture onto your bite's scars. Apply the treatment regularly during the day and it will leave your scars faded. Applying scar treatment ointment.
A Bed Bug Success Story. DETAILS: This is a story of with a mother with an ex-husband who has bed bugs and her son who brought them over. THE STORY: The son had come home one day from the ex-husband's house with bug bites around his midsection. At the time, the mother thought the bed bug bites were mosquito bites, perhaps fleas, but not bed bugs.
Vacuum mattresses, bed frames, carpets and upholstered furniture to remove bed bugs and eggs. Pay particular attention to cracks, crevices and open spaces. Use a stiff brush to scrub the mattress to help dislodge bed bugs and eggs.
Bed bugs multiply quickly, and in just six months, a few can turn into a full-on infestation of 13,000 or more. Detection is critical to break the bed bug life cycle before they become a bigger problem.
The next step in getting rid of bed bugs on your pet's body is to vacuum the area where he lives. Ideally, this is done after you have finished the first two previous methods. Doing so would ensure that you can remove any bed bugs that may still be in the area and prevent further outbreaks.