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Having sleepless nights due to a possible bed bug infestation?

Tuesday, 28. January 2014 23:37

Bed bugs have increased in numbers post their widespread sightings since the 1990s. Having initially been wiped out by the 1940s due to the use of DDTs. This time with many such substances banned for their apparent health hazards and environmental effects bed bug infestations have become quite common. It is imperative that you identify the problem at the very outset. These reddish brown creatures with oval shaped flattened bodies primarily survive on human blood. Since these creatures are nocturnal and feed on their human hosts while they are asleep, they may be hard to spot. […]

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On The Wings of A Bed Bug

Wednesday, 19. October 2011 16:48

Do bed bugs have wings?

The answer is yes and no. While bed bugs grow vestigial wings during their adult stage, the wings look like very short pads on the top of the thorax, which are useless organs if they need one to fly. Several bugs’ vestigial wings have a much lighter in color than the rest of the body, but a common bed bug’s have the same reddish brown color as the rest of its body.

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Vestigial wings serve little or no use to a number of insects, including those of female Oriental cockroaches, particular kinds of grasshoppers, and large blister beetles. Insects are the only anthropods who have wings, some might be rendered useless and some have the capability to fly. Keep Reading!!

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What is the best Bed Bugs treatment to use with my pets

Tuesday, 11. October 2011 14:29


Q: I have bed bugs and I also have a dog and a cat. What is the best treatment to use with my pets

A: Thankfully, bed bugs are not very likely to be on your dogs or cats because they have difficulty traveling through hair and fur. Since there are also no bed bug pesticides that you can spray directly on your pets, your best defense is basically to treat around your pets. Use a relatively low-toxic like Sterifab for the underside of their beds and treat the rooms your pets are often in. You can try looking around for a pet-safe pesticide, but we personally are not aware of any. Good luck!

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Effective Bed Bug Treatment- Tips and Videos

Saturday, 22. January 2011 17:25

Bed Bugs Treatment Tips:

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Bed Bugs Biting in Action.

Bed Bugs

bed bug inspection. Skill / method for mattress

Bedlam Bed Bug Control Spray

Trap Bed Bugs & Other Insects

Bed Bug Control: Professional Bed Bug Spray

How to Kill Bed Bugs Professionally (w/ Liquids/Sprays)

How to Use Professional Bed Bug Powder

Bed Bug Bite in Action

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  • Decide the location for the pesticide application.
  • Find out which chemicals can or cannot be applied on mattresses and couches (sensitive areas where many people may frequently come in contact with often.)
  • Longer residual pesticides are not recommended for use on areas such as the mattresses, upholstery, and areas where people may come in direct contact with often
  • Different pesticides have different residual times, therefore it should be reapplied as needed for continual treatment.

Other Related Articles for more specific instructions and control tips:

Bed Bug Control- Aerosol Spray

Bed Bug Control – Liquid Concentrate

Bed Bug Control – Dust 

Save Your Sanity – Bed Bug Tents 

Eco-Keeper Bed Bug Tents 







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