Has anyone had any luck getting rid of bed bugs with lavender, tea tree, or other essential oils? and tea tree oil and lavender after, and dryer sheets all around. Camping out currently isn't an option unfortunately. I'm just trying to keep them at bay. REDDIT and the ALIEN Logo are
Lavender or Lavender Oil - Bed bugs hate the smell of lavender. You can either place dried lavender in strategic places, such as behind or under your bed or under the mattress or in the closet. Or you can get the lavender oil from a health food store and spread it all over the infested area.
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Yes, spraying vinegar directly on bed bugs can kill them because vinegar is a strong acetic acid that can disrupt an insect's nervous system. While this home remedy is safe and effective, it is not a standalone treatment, meaning you won't be able to eradicate a bed bug infestation with vinegar alone.
Can I repel or kill bed bugs using natural remedies like lavender oil? by nobugsonme on July 11, 2007 · 53 comments. in Bed Bug Control Techniques, bed bug treatment, bed bugs, bed bugs and travel, diatomaceous earth, FAQs, heat, sleep
Certain natural substances can actually completely destroy and repel bed bug infestations. Typically used in aromatherapy, lavender oil is one such repellent. To keep the bedbugs away, use lavender, which many people like the smell of. You should use this while you are ironing or rinsing your laundry.