Nhs How To Treat Bed Bugs

Bed bug bites: One of the signs you shouldn’t ignore and how to get rid of an infestation

Because bed bugs love to hide, most people don't know they have a problem until after they've been bitten. Here are a few DIY bed bug treatment tips. For functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript.

Bed bugs and their eggs aren't just found in bed. They can be transferred to other areas of the home or hotel, and they can live in furniture and carpeting. Don't touch, wear or borrow clothing, purses, suitcases or other belongings owned by an individual with a bed bug infestation.

Spray them all down with tea tree oil. Apply pest control spray around the entire home, inside and out. To make this spray: Mix 18 oz of water with 18 drops of tea tree oil and spray the entire house with it--the carpets, beds, and furniture. Use wintergreen alcohol to kill bedbugs and their eggs instantly.

Place a tea bag in a cup of boiling water for a few minutes, remove and allow to cool. Hold the tea bag to the itchy bed bug bite for 10-15 minutes. Repeat 2-3 times a day to relieve the symptoms of a bed bug bite and help it heal faster. If you have many bites, you can prepare a few tea bags and keep them in the refrigerator.

Spray and Powder Cracks and Crevices. Sprays are designed to treat hiding places that bed bugs are or may be, and bed bugs tend to not want to hang out in open areas like the carpet or the tops of furniture. Next, apply a bed bug powder into confined areas where it won't be stirred up into the air.

Bedbugs (or bed bugs) are small, oval, brownish insects that live on the blood of animals or humans. They often enter your home undetected in luggage, clothing, and used beds or couches. Bedbugs

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