With bed bugs making a comeback worldwide, it’s important to find the most effective treatment available. But with hundreds, if not thousands, of products on the market, finding the best bed bug treatment is like looking for a needle in the haystack. No doubt getting rid of an infestation from your home or apartment is a difficult, costly, and time consuming activity. To make things easier for you, here are the different options that will help you make an informed decision as to the best bed bug treatment.Feel free to find more information at Dallas Bed Bug Treatment.
Most people prefer calling in the professional exterminators to deal with their bed bug infestations. This could be a very expensive option and could cost you hundreds of dollars. When a professional exterminator comes in, you have to move out of your property while your house is being fumigated. The chemicals used to kill the infestation could also pose a significant health risk to those who are living in the house.
The ideal bed bug treatment should have the qualities:
-It should be non-toxic and not pose a health risk to the homeowner;
-It should be fast acting and easy to use and apply;
-It shouldn’t be a major inconvenience to the homeowner once treatment has started; and
-It should reasonably priced and cost effective.
Natural non-toxic solutions are the only best bed bug treatment and one of them is steaming. Bed bugs aren’t immune to the effects of high temperature and heat is their biggest enemy. Steaming kills these bugs as well as sanitizes the area being cleaned such as carpets, beddings, covers, furniture, etc. You can use the little pad on the steamer to rub off the bed bug feces and droppings. Steaming also helps restore your mattress, beddings, and furniture back to their original state.
Another natural solution is heat treatment. Due to the sensitivity of bed bugs to heat, they are killed when exposed to temperatures over 45 degrees Celsius. Using heat to kill these blood suckers must be done as quickly as possible to prevent them from scattering and giving them the opportunity to start another infestation. But you have to consider the resistance of some materials to heat. So the temperature setting greatly depends on the kind of materials used for your beddings and furnishings.
Cold treatment is another option you can use to get rid of these pests. In Europe and Australia, a product called “Cryonite” is used to deal with them. Cryonite contains carbon dioxide snow that causes the insides of the bugs to freeze.
When exposed to Cryonite, the cell water of these pests turns to ice. Since it is non-toxic, cold treatment has many advantages over other treatments such conducting pest control while food preparation continues and there’s no need to evacuate the area while the cold treatment is being conducted.
A bed bug smoker is also recommended to treat infestation. This treatment is composed of a canister that produces a large amount of smoke containing Permethrin (a synthetic pyrethriod insecticide). But you and your family have to leave the house once the smoker has been activated.
Remember that finding the best treatment is not easy. Just make sure that the treatment you will choose is safe, non-toxic and 100 percent effective. The safety of your children and your family’s health should be your number one priority when choosing the best treatment to eliminate these pests.
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