Bed bugs are often resistant to pesticides, foggers or bombs. So this seemingly easy way to get rid of bed bugs may not work and might even harm your kids or pets, so try to avoid the use of chemical sprays and powders too and use home remedies to kill bed bugs naturally instead.
Reducing your bed bug infestation is the most obvious way to prevent bed bug bites, even if it's not the easiest. The more bed bugs you can get rid of (or contain), the more you will prevent the bites. It's simple math. Use the IPM (Integrated pest management) techniques laid out in the bed bug control section of this site.
Items that cannot be treated should be placed in a sealed plastic bag and left there for up to a year to ensure any active bugs are dead. Empty the vacuum after each use. Seal the bag as tightly as possible and immediately throw it out in an outdoor trash container. Discard furniture responsibly if you can't safely eliminate the bed bugs.
After successfully getting rid of bed bugs from your home, it's important to implement preventative measures to prevent future infestations. Inspect your luggage after staying in hotels to avoid transferring bed bugs to your home, clear clutter, seal cracks, and maintain general body hygiene
Their flattened bodies make it possible for them to fit into tiny spaces, about the width of a credit card. Bedbugs do not have nests like ants or bees, but tend to live in groups in hiding places.
Bed bugs living in new or refurbished mattress Bed bugs are in bedrooms, hotelrooms, dormrooms -- but they may also be lurking in mattresses you buy at the store