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Spread a Residual Powder - It's not likely that you'll kill all the bed bugs with a bed bug spray. That's where a residual powder insecticide comes into play. It kills any bugs that wander through the powder. Some powders can kill bugs for many years if left undisturbed. Skip the open areas and spray the powder in those places where you think they'll be traveling to and from, like near bed legs and under baseboard trim.If at all possible, pull up the carpet where it meets the wall and puff…
This DIY Bed Bug Trap Is Cheap, Shows Signs of an Infestation Early
Most bed bug traps and tests can cost $50 or more, but this DIY trap is so simple and cheap that the researchers that came up with it want people to try it themselves. Ideally, it'll catch the earliest stages of an infestation, when the critters are easiest to eradicate. All you need is sugar, water, and yeast.
Don't let the bed bugs bite! Bed bugs are great hitchhikers and can make their way onto you or your belongings. Once in your home, bed bugs can be difficult to get rid of. Here are some tips to help you identify and prevent bed bugs from coming into your home.
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