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How To : Kill bed bugs by using boric acid

Boric Acid is often used to treat or eradicate bedbugs. However, it doesn't work particularly well. It has to be ingested to kill them, but they don't necessarily consume it. There would need to be a bait that they can ingest that contains boric acid. Unfortunately, people are ...more

How To : Get rid of bed bugs with silica gel cat litter

How to eliminate bedbugs using cat litter * You can use the silica gel in cat litter to eliminate bedbugs. * The silica gel needs to be ground up into a powder and sprinkled in the infested areas. It will stick to the bugs and dehydrate them, thereby killing them. * Note: you ...more

How To : Detect bed bugs with tape

Rick Steinow shows how to detect bedbugs using tape. Rick shows that obvious signs would be fecal matter and blood stains. If you're still unable to detect bed bugs, you can purchase a roll of double-sided carpet tape. You're also going to need a roll of painters tape. Apply a ...more

How To : Spot bed bugs in your hotel room

In this tutorial, we learn how to spot bed bugs in your hotel room. Take the headboard off of the bed to see if you can spot the bedbugs and black flecks, which are blood specks from the bugs. You should also be able to see the bugs walking around, although they will be very s ...more

How To : Kill bed bugs with a ThermaPure heat system

In order to use ThermaPure heat system to eradicate bedbugs, you will need a professional, with the appropriate equipment, including surface temperature readers. Bed bugs die in temperatures above 140 degrees. When there is severe infestation, heat may be the only way to atta ...more

How to Kill bed bugs : Advice from an exterminator

Paul Bolzoni is one of the best exterminators of New York City. Watch as he talks about some of his experiences as he goes around New York helping people with the bedbug epidemic. He discusses various aspects of the bedbug: Not only do they live in old buildings, but many wel ...more

How To : Kill Your Bed Bugs with Bed Bug Powder

Bedbug victim Mike tells us that even a $200 professional exterminator can not take the bugs off his bed for long. He shows you how you can use the Bedbug Powder to solve the problem of bedbugs for good. Video: . First, go online and look up BedBug Powder on Google or go to Be ...more

How To : Stay away from bedbugs while on the road

There's nothing worse than finding a few bedbugs on your body. These gross little creatures are starting to appear all over the United States and are popping up in hotels all over. These little insects can be an big problem for people, but can easily be avoided. So check out t ...more

How To : Kill bed bugs with heat (Thermapure)

Learn how to kill bedbugs with heat in this video. * You can kill bedbugs with a new process called Thermapure. * The process involves heating the infested area to temperatures up to 140F to kill the pests. * The setup involves piping heat ducts into the establishment to tran ...more

How To : Use solar heat to kill bed bugs

Learn to use solar heat to kill bedbugs with this video! 1. Take a dark plastic bag or a vacuum bag. 2. Make sure it is intact. Don't use bags with holes! 3. Place a piece of clothing or bedding in it. Don't over fill the bag! 4. Close the bag. 5. Make sure that it is firmly c ...more

How To : Exterminate & prevent bed bugs

A bedbug is a small brownish, blood-sucking insect. Usually, infestation brings emotional trauma. So, the problem is greater than the physical problem, since the bugs bite at night, while the victim sleeps. Often, the bites are mistaken for dermatological conditions, until the ...more

News : How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs Using Less Pesticide

Bed bugs are parasites not yet known to spread disease — but they cause plenty of irritation. As scientists and landlords search for new ways to deal with the pests, a new study examines how we can deter bed bugs without so many chemicals. While they don't infect us with anyt ...more

How To : Kill bed bugs with heat instead of poison

Whole Structure Heating Jeff White from Bedbug-central.com explains the different methods of effectively killing bed bugs in your home with heat instead of poison. The temperature of the air must be brought to 120 degrees Fahrenheit and maintained for 2 to 4 hours. The metho ...more

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