What Is The Solution For Bed-bugs And Cockroaches?


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Most people will only ever detect that they have bed-bugs, after they have actually been bitten by them, and wake up in the morning with irritated, itchy skin. If you suspect that you may have a problem with bed-bugs, you need to be sure to disinfect all sheets, covers, blankets and pillows in your room, as well as the inside of your nightstands, or any other furniture within close vicinity of your bed. For best results, you should wash all bedding in 120F hot water. If this is not possible, then you should simply discard your sheets and blankets and buy new ones, as washing these in cooler water will not kill bed bugs and their eggs. You should also vacuum your mattress very thoroughly, as well as any carpets located in the effected room. In more severe cases, you may find that you need professional pest control services to deal with the problem.

In order to deal with a cockroach infestation, you will normally have to use chemical pesticides to deal with the problem, as simple vacuuming and cleaning will not solve the situation, nor will increasing the temperature in your house. Useful pesticides include Avert bait, Baygon, Bendiocarb, Dursban and Ficam Plus.

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