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What is the best way to get rid of bed bugs? We got them from a hotel 2 weeks ago so we are not infected completely but we do have them?

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Get a company like Bowco to come inspect your house. BB are extremely hard to get rid of. You can use heat at 130 degrees, to kill the adults. DE can be used to stop them from going from room to room. Your best chance is a professional firm. You will have to remove all bedding and have multiple treatments to get rid of them for good. Your new beds and bedding will be bb proof (sealed). Steamer and a dryer can be used to kill active bb.

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Wash all of your sheets , clothes, and everything then if you want bomb your house with poison and then you can go back in after a a day

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then go to a hotel and get them agen
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You should get rid of all matresses
and purchase new ones.

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We got rid of beds and purchased new ones but don't have them yet! We bombed bed rooms, vacumed, wiped everything down, sprayed the spray and took all covers and all cloths and washed n dried them! But found one on couch after we cleaned couch and put bug powder on it as well as vacume!
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they are real hard to get rid of but can be done wash everything that was in the dump motel even suitcase . the bastards hang out in the corner seams under the seems.

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I saw on tv where you rent a box trailer, put all your bedding, furnishings into it, and put electric heaters in it for a few hours. Get it really hot. And it will kill the eggs and bugs. While this is happening you chemically treat the carpets.

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You have plenty of options!
-- Bed bug mattress covers
-- heat treat your mattress with water vapor hotter than 140 degrees Fahrenheit
-- bed bug bombs and smoke dispensers for the room
-- insecticide aerosol sprays
-- you could always throw out the old mattress and get a new one.

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