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I have tried everything and cannot get rid of bedbugs?
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry
4 doctors agree
In brief: Very, very hard to
Get rid of. Declutter entire bedroom & any other effected rooms.
Check this site for instructions: http://treatmentforbedbugs.Com/ place all junk in tightly sealed plastic & dispose of it. Wash clothing, linens, towels in hot water. Dry on highest heat - then repeat. Place clean items in a sealed bag to prevent re-infestation. Steam clean what you can't place in drier. Vacuum everything.

In brief: Very, very hard to
Get rid of. Declutter entire bedroom & any other effected rooms.
Check this site for instructions: http://treatmentforbedbugs.Com/ place all junk in tightly sealed plastic & dispose of it. Wash clothing, linens, towels in hot water. Dry on highest heat - then repeat. Place clean items in a sealed bag to prevent re-infestation. Steam clean what you can't place in drier. Vacuum everything.
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
using a disposable bag. Seal bag & dispose of bag. Next, use a STEAM cleaner everywhere (every crack & crevice). Use a non-toxic spray after cleaning or consider using fossil shell dust. You may need to repeat this process more than once. Now with this said- this is a tough job – you might want to consider using an exterminator that specializes in bed bug removal. They are wicked hard to get rid of !!!
Dr. Ecaterina Sartina
You might change all your furniture even an apartment after everything you cleaned and spraed and washed and dried and freeze them out for 3 months on your balcony. The worst insects ever to deal with!
Dr. Joseph Woods
Pathology
In brief: High heat + vacuum.
These parasites are extremely hard to get rid of.
A combination of pasticides and basic approaches are used, with pyrethroids, dichlorvos and Malathion being the most effective pesticides. Basic non-technical methods include vacuuming up the insects and heat treating or wrapping mattresses. An insecticide called propoxur is effective, but the epa won't approve it as it might be toxic to kids.

In brief: High heat + vacuum.
These parasites are extremely hard to get rid of.
A combination of pasticides and basic approaches are used, with pyrethroids, dichlorvos and Malathion being the most effective pesticides. Basic non-technical methods include vacuuming up the insects and heat treating or wrapping mattresses. An insecticide called propoxur is effective, but the epa won't approve it as it might be toxic to kids.
Dr. Joseph Woods
Dr. Joseph Woods
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