You desperately want to get rid of bed bugs?! Your first step should be to locate the infestation in order to eliminate all traces of the bugs from your home. They can live anywhere in your home, especially in bedrooms. Every space that’s as thin as a credit card, is big enough for bed bugs to make their home in.
After you locate them, it’s time to fight the problem. We suggest you try these natural home remedies!
The Best Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Bed Bugs
This is a chemical-free powder that’s effective for a number of different pests. It is made from the fossil remains of tiny aquatic organisms and it kills bed bugs by dehydrating them.
It contains properties that absorb the fat and oil from the insects. Put on a mask while you use it and be sure to wash all of your linens in the hottest water possible before you use it.
Vacuuming everything, helps eliminate a bed bug infestation. Bed bugs are hiding anywhere and everywhere, so vacuum all chairs and other soft furnishings, all carpets, box springs, and mattresses. Don’t be surprised if you discover bed bugs in electric appliances too.
If you’ve got a bad problem with bed bugs you may want to turn to steam cleaning. This method is very effective at killing the annoying creatures because neither the adult bed bug nor their eggs can tolerate the steam. One of the greatest benefits of steam cleaning is that the heat treatment penetrates deep into the fabric.
Baking soda sucks the moisture from bed bugs and ultimately kills them. Place a layer of baking soda from every wall to the doorways and corner in every affected room and allow it to sit for an entire week.
Suck up all the baking soda with a vacuum cleaner, getting each and every area thoroughly to ensure that there are no eggs or bed bugs anywhere.
Pepper, Ginger, and Oregano Bed Bug Fighting Spray
When it comes to getting rid of bed bags, this homemade powder is especially effective.
- 1 tsp cayenne pepper
- 1 tsp grated ginger
- 1 tsp oregano
- 1 cup water
Put all the ingredients in the cup of water in a pan on the stove and boil the water for at least 7 minutes.
Into a spray bottle strain the solution, them spray it around. Repeat this process every few days until you solve the issue.
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