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In this video, I will teach you how to kill bed bugs yourself. All it takes for a bed bug infestation to thrive is a single human host and a mattress. There is no amount of preventative measures alone that could help you to avoid an invasion from these insects. If they hitch a ride into your home, you are in trouble. Killing bed bugs naturally is not a fast or easy process. It is important that you learn how to use an integrated approach to this pest control nightmare.

Unfortunately, a magical spray that gets rid of bed bugs instantly does not exist. You will need some excellent DIY pest control advice in order to eliminate the entire colony. With the proper advice, this process can be done fast, naturally and painlessly. In this video, I will show you how to use an integrated approach to kill the bed bugs and eggs, sanitize your home and prevent them from coming back.

It is always best to avoid insecticides when treating your home. Natural remedies are just as effective when used properly. This is especially important when dealing with areas such as mattresses, couches, and other areas where we contact often. Chemicals should never be needed for getting rid of a pest control problem. This video will show you everything you need to know about how to kill bed bugs naturally.

Do you want to learn a little more about these insects? Bed bugs only feed on blood and can survive up to 18 months without eating a meal. Humans are susceptible to several adverse health conditions due to being bitten. Bed Bug bites can result in an allergic reaction, rash, loss of sleep and major psychological stress. They carry many different types of pathogens and diseases. Fortunately, they are not able to transmit any of them to humans.

In addition to watching this quick video, make sure you get the free guide to learn the additional steps you need to take in order to kill bed bugs yourself. That step by step guide will show you everything you need to know to exterminate them quickly and naturally. The biggest side effect when dealing with an infestation is the emotional stress. Try to remain calm and follow these steps carefully to make sure you get rid of them as fast as possible.

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It is important that our society learns how to kill bed bugs naturally and efficiently. Many cities around the world have already declared this to be an epidemic. It is important that we learn the correct pest control techniques before we lose more ground in this battle. In this video you will learn how to eliminate an infestation by using heat, steam, alcohol and diatomaceous earth. You don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars to hire an exterminator. If you have the guts to do it yourself, this project can be done on a shoestring budget. I’d like to thank you for watching this video about the best ways to kill bed bugs!

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Bedbug Barriers – Stop All Bedbugs and Eliminate Them!

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Bedbugs are climbing insects with filament pincer hooks at the end of their legs allowing them to easily hang on to rough, porous and fibrous surfaces such as fabric, paper, wood, bricks and masonery as well as certains soft plastics and paints.

On the other hand, it is impossible for bedbugs to hang on to hard and smooth vertical surfaces such as glass, porcelain, ceramic, polished metal and also certains hard and smooth plastics.

Adding talcum powder on these smooth and hard surfaces makes them even more slippery and totally impossible for bedbugs to hang on. That’s the secret of the bedbug barriers. This is an example of bedbugs trying to climb on an hard and smooth inverted surface

How to make a bedbug barrier. Look at the second bedbug on the left lose its grip and fall to floor. Bedbug barriers on the baseboards will keep bedbugs from climbing up the walls. Hard and smooth tape under the base of the bed will prevent all bedbugs from climbing up on the bed. Bedbugs cannot get across upside down on this smooth strip of tape. Various hard and smooth tapes to make bedbug barriers cost only 1$.

Talcum powder on all hard and smooth tape surfaces. Bedbug barriers around the legs of the bed and the furniture. Bedbug barriers at the top of the walls and the ceiling. Bedbug barriers around switches and electrical outlets. Another way to make bedbug barriers is with a slippery tube on which
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And do not forget to protect the bed with a bedbug shield. And stop all bedbug bites at once!

Bed Bug – Residential Bed Bug Preparation by Abell Pest Control – USA

o Welcome to Abell’s Client preparation checklist for the control of bed bugs in your home.
o The following presentation will review the necessary steps required to make your upcoming Bed Bug treatment will be the most successful as possible.
o Before we begin, please take a moment to download the checklist version of this video at, while you’re on the web page please click on the link called CLIENT PREPARATION CHECKLIST FOR THE CONTROL OF BED BUGS.
o Let’s begin with some household items you’ll need for the preparation. A “flat Head” screwdriver, 5 to 10 garbage bags, a pen or pencil to mark off items from the checklist.
o Starting in the bedroom we’ll first remove any television sets from the wall units and unplug all electronic items, like clock radios and lamps.
o Remove all electrical wall plates, phone jack plates and light switch covers.
o For proper treatment, all these items should remain in the bedroom area.
o Make sure the laundry machine is empty of any previous wash before we start the laundering procedure.
o Remove all your bedding and pillows, and place them in the garbage bags.
o NOTE: Articles under the beds provide an ideal place for bedbugs to hide. All clothing or garments loose around the room must be bagged and laundered. All other objects that were previously stored under the bed should not be moved as bedbugs may be relocated into other areas of the structure.
o At this time, all clothing should now be in securely tied garbage bags and ready to be taken to the Laundry Room.
o Make sure to bring only one bag at a time to the laundry room and place the clothing directly into the washing machine, and not to load more than 50% of the machine’s capacity.
o It’s necessary that all garments be laundered in hot water. The temperature should reach over 60°C or 140°F.
o Or you may also use the dryer on the highest setting for a minimum of 30 minutes, reaching temperatures over 40°C or 104°F. The dryer must be capable of reaching a temperature of over 40°C to kill all stages.
o Make sure to immediately discard all empty garbage bags used to transport the clothing into an exterior garbage receptacle.
o Note: All laundered items must remain out of the treatment area during service. Clothing and fabrics associated with beds/sofas cannot be treated with pesticides due to the prolonged contact with skin. It is for this reason that this step is crucial and necessary to ensure the treatment program does not fail with the re-introduction of bedbugs from infested clothing.
o Let’s go back to the bedroom to vacuum the floor and rug extensively. Please make sure to remove the vacuum bag immediately and discard in an exterior garbage receptacle.
o Pry baseboards away from walls where possible or when instructed by the Abell Service Technician.
o During the service, it’s necessary for you and your pets to vacate the premises and to not re-enter until at least 4 hours after the treatment.
o Persons with underlying health conditions should consult their family physician where they have concerns regarding re-entry time.
o Fish aquariums may be left on site, however, they should be covered and air filters must be disconnected for the duration of the treatment.
o Thank you for watching our presentation today. If you do have any further questions regarding your upcoming bed bug treatment, please call us at 1-888-949-4949 or visit us at
o At Abell we’ve got you covered.