How to kill bed bugs with baking soda mixture
Baking soda is just one of the ways you can successfully exterminate bed bugs. You can kill bed bugs with a baking soda mixture that is easy to use, and won't cost you a lot of money. It's not a pleasant thought but the female bedbug can lay three thousand eggs, and one egg can lay dormant for up to a year. So with that said this treatment might require many repetitions. You want to cover the entire floor surface of the room that is infested, with bed bugs with baking soda. Start by putting a light layer of baking soda throughout the room, covering the floor from every wall to the doorways and the corners. You are going to leave the baking soda on the floor for a whole week, and you are going to have to live like that. After the week is over, you are going to vacuum up all of the baking soda, and then you are going to reapply the baking soda. You are going to repeat this bed bug removal process for an entire year. You'll want to watch the full video for this bed bug removal tip and bedbugs treatment on the Ehowhome site.
The first goal in bedbugs treatment is to stop bed bugs from biting you while you are sleep. If bed bugs can’t feed on something, they can’t breed. If bed bugs can’t breed, then they can’t reproduce, and the bed bugs infestation will then not be able to grow any further. This means that as soon as you remove the food source of the bed bugs (your blood), you will help the infestation to starve off. You want to kill the bed bugs in your bed. To start, strip your bed of all the sheets, pillowcases, and any other bedding, and seal everything in plastic garbage bags to keep the bed bugs from escaping and infesting other parts of your home. Take the plastic bags straight to the washing machine, and wash the bedding using the hot water setting. Then, dry the bedding on high heat if their laundry tags allow it. This heat treatment of your bedding will kill any bed bugs or bed bug eggs hiding in your bedding. While your laundry cycle is running, you can use a vacuum cleaner to help remove any bed bugs, fecal droppings, shells, or eggs that might be along the seams of your mattress, box spring, pillows, and along the cracks and crevices in the bed frame, the headboard, and footboard. Follow up the vacuuming of this room with a high-pressure steamer to penetrate deep inside the mattresses, bed frames, box springs, headboards, and footboards for bed bug removal and eggs on contact.
Now that you’ve used this bedbugs treatment hiding in your bed, it’s time to put up some defensive measures to keep them out. Remember, that bed bugs can be hiding in all sorts of cracks and crevices throughout your bedroom to include the furniture, the baseboards, and inside of the walls, so you need a way to help with bedbugs treatment to keep them out of your freshly treated bed. By cutting off the infestation’s of the bed bugs food supply (you), you halt their breeding and their reproductive cycle, making the bedbugs treatment a whole lot easier. Move the bed away from any other points of contact, such as walls, nightstands, and other furniture. Tuck in or remove any of the hanging skirts or sheets, and remove any storage that is under the bed that is touching any part of the frame.
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