Hi, this is josh with bed bug supply and today i want to show you how you can get rid of bed bugs in just 4 easy steps. This is a proven, professionalstrength treatment process that stops the biting from the very first night. Let’s get started. First, you need to stop bed bugs.

From reaching you in your bed. your mattress, box spring, and bed frame are the most common hiding places for bed bugs so it’s the best place for you to start your treatment. Begin by stripping off your bedding from the mattress and bagging them in sealed garbage bags to prevent bed bugs from escaping and infesting other parts of your home. Take the bags directly to your washing machine,.

Carefully unload your bedding directly inside, taking care to reseal the bags, and wash using the hot water setting. Once that’s done, dry the bedding on the high heat setting if possible. This will kill any bed bugs and eggs hiding in your sheets and covers. While your laundry cycle is running, remove your mattress and box spring from the bed frame, then use a vacuum to remove any bed bugs, shells, fecal droppings,.

Or eggs that may be present along the seams and folds of your bed. While you could use most regular vacuums for this step, the preferred weapon of choice is a sealed HEPA PCO vacuum. These are designed specifically to collect bed bugs and their eggs into a sealed HEPA filter so that nothing gets out. After you’re done going over the bed with a vacuum,.

You should follow up with a steamer. while the vacuum may have done a good job covering the surfaces of your bed, only a steamer can effectively penetrate deep inside your mattress, box spring, bed frame, headboard, and footboard to kill bed bugs and eggs hiding inside. Use the included cloth attachment to break up the moisture expelled and steam slowly all over your bed,.

Paying close attention to seams and folds. Once your bed has been steamed and left to dry, spray the joints of the bed frame, headboard, and footboard with a contact spray like STERIFAB. This will kill bed bugs quickly and then evaporate, leaving no residual protection, so follow up with a residual spray.

To fill those cracks and crevices with a residue that will kill bed bugs for several weeks. After your bed has been fully treated and left to dry, use sealed and certified bed bug proof mattress encasements and box spring encasements, like these SafeRests, to protect and seal off your bed. These will prevent bed bugs from entering or escaping your mattress,.

Reducing the potential hiding places that they can reside in. Once your encasements have been applied, you can put the mattress and box spring back on your treated bed frame, and put your clean and bed bug free bedding back on your bed. In step 1, you treated your bed inside and out and made sure that bed bugs stay out of your mattress.

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