Kill the Bed Bugs. Steam cleaners (wet or dry) can penetrate into cracks and fabrics to treat carpets, baseboards, bed frames, and other furniture. Steam temperature must be at least 130 o F, but should not have a forceful airflow (use diffuser) or it may cause bed bugs to scatter.
Rubbing Alcohol. In a bed bug treatment, alcohol is basically an attempt to fill the role of a contact spray, which is an insecticide spray that kills bed bugs on contact. These sprays are proven to kill at a higher rate than rubbing alcohol could manage, and are extremely versatile in where they can be applied.
The insect killer sprays from Ortho is also safe to be used around pet and children. The insect killer comes in a 24-ounce spray bottle and is great for spraying into touch to reach areas to kills bugs and keep them away from hidden places. This is great for basements, underneath appliances, and around the perimeter of the home.
Which Insecticide Spray Should You Use For Bed Bug Eggs? Heather - heating your clothes, towels, linens and pet bedding in a commercial dryer at high for 30 - 40min. will kill all bed bugs and eggs. They generally lay eggs in a hiding location (like bedding) not on animals or humans.
The best way to get rid of bed bugs permanently. At first glance, it might not seem easy to get rid of bed bugs using a DIY approach. However, by diligently using the above steps, and most importantly, by repeating the treatment every few weeks, you can make sure you get rid of the bed bugs permanently.
Does Vinegar Kill Bed Bugs? What you really want to know, though, is how effective vinegar is at treating bed bug infestations. Vinegar can be used in a spray bottle as a contact treatment for bed bugs. That means you must spray it directly on the bugs in order for it to be effective.