One of the worst things you can face at home is sleeping on a bed full of bed bugs! These bed bugs really bite. When I was little, my parents would say, “Good Night, Sleep Tight, Don’t let the Bed Bugs bite.” Little did I know, those suckers were real.
Skin rashes can occur when bed bugs bite and even worse are the skin infections caused by these bugs. So before you go to sleep, you should make sure your bed is bug free! If you have bed bugs, you may want to try some of these tips to try and eliminate the bed bugs.
Try to use bed bug sprays, it is odorless, it kills instantly on contact and it will last a few days, keeping bed bugs out. This spray is generally not harmful to people even when inhaled.
Another way is to use a bed bug trap. This trap has the method of luring in those nasty bed bugs and trapping it inside. Inside this trap are certain chemicals that bed bugs mistake for food, but it is really a bait to kill them once they enter the trap. This trap can last for weeks without having to be replaced.
Another way of eliminating these bed bugs is the use of bed bug kits. These kits have the technology and chemicals needed to really eliminate not only the pesky bed bugs, but also those other annoying bugs that really bother our life inside the house. These kits are planted inside, as well as outside of the house making sure that all those bugs and insects go away. This kit can last for months. So you will be bug free for months!
You can also use bed bug mattress covers, pillow covers, and box ring covers. The mattress covers and pillow covers trap the bed bugs inside its special cloth and kills them in the process. However, these covers are expensive. But, if none of the above tips seem to do the trick, you will have to spend more money to get rid of the bed bugs.
So, try the tips in this article to help with those aggravating bed bugs. There is nothing worse than losing a good night sleep to these aggravating suckers that feeds off of us. Another thing, if you are purchasing the spray, you may want to carry the spray with you when staying somewhere other than home. For example, hotel rooms have recently been all over the news about being infested with bed bugs. So, if you are going somewhere like that, take your spray!