Bedbugs

Simple facts about bedbugs
Bedbugs feed mainly on the blood of humans. They usually feed at night when people are asleep. As they feed, they inject a salivary secretion into the wound to prevent coagulation. This fluid causes the skin to itch and become swollen. During the day, bedbugs hide inside cracks on the walls, behind basebroads, wallpaper and pictures They can also be found in joints of beds, around the tufts of mattresses and in bed sheets.

Wet application
One packet of bedbug powder can be mixed with up to 5 litres of water. Some user may prefer to use kerosene. Take the bed or furniture apart. Vacuum mattress and pillows. Spray/brush the bed frames, slats and springs with enough mixture to thoroughly wet them. Pay particular attention to the tufts and seams of the mattress. Spray/brush the woodwork and all the walls in the room at least 2 feet above the floor. Pillowcases and bed sheets are to be boiled with bleaching agent to kill any eggs deposited. Spray again if there are any new signs of bedbugs. After 2 weeks, spray the bed, furniture and walls again.

Bedbug/Fleas Potion 3 is a dual action pesticide. It contains a fast knock-out contact and stomach insecticide dissolved in water with a silica-based contact pesticide in powder form. Treat all infected areas liberally. When applied, the mixture will knock out any bedbug seen in open activity swiftly. The purpose of the silica-based pesticide is to remain behind a treated area to kill any bedbug that comes out to feed at night. The silica-based pesticide is expected to last for weeks. Several repeated treatment is necessary to single out all the breeding grounds in the premises one by one until the biting stops completely. Otherwise, if the treatments are not thorough, re-infestation is most likely to occur.

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