Find out how to kill bed bugs using an effective and natural poison free bed bug treatment.
When you detect the presence of bed bugs at home or in your hotel, your first reaction is usually to figure out what is the best bed bug treatment as quickly as you can.
Many of us think that the only way to get rid of bed bugs is to call in professional exterminators. However, the thought of spraying poison around your family home isn’t ideal. And exterminators can be very expensive and cause a lot of hassle and disruption to your living arrangements.
Why you should avoid poisonous bed bug treatments
Using poisonous bed bug treatments to get rid of bed bugs may be detrimental to your health, and to the health of your family members, due to exposure to toxic chemical fumes.
Residue from chemical sprays can linger for a long time, so there’s no guarantee that fumes will have completely disappeared in the days or weeks after you have used chemical bed bug treatments.
Plus, there’s emerging evidence suggesting that bed bugs are actually becoming resistant to many common chemical-based bed bug killing solutions.
Poison free bed bug treatments for getting rid of bed bugs
Thankfully, it is possible to kill bed bugs using poison free bed bug treatments.
- Powder: Bed Bug Killer is a natural powder that kills bed bugs by scratching their shells and dehydrating them. Bed bugs can’t become resistant to this powder, and it doesn’t leave any harmful chemical residue either. Bed Bug Killer powder can be applied around the bed where bed bugs live and in our barriers for long-lasting protection. Learn more about the product here.
- Steaming: applying steam to affected areas is another poison-free way to effectively kill bed bugs and their eggs. If you find live bed bugs or their eggs you should steam the area for an instant kill. Our Bed Bug Barrier Steamer targets bed bugs and eggs without blowing them away or damaging your furniture – learn more about our steamer here.
More naturally bed bug treatments
- Washing – wash and dry all bedding and pyjamas on a very high heat.
- Vacuuming – vacuum mattresses, carpet around beds, edges, and corners. Take care when emptying your vacuum cleaner.
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