Bedbug Barriers – Stop All Bedbugs and Eliminate Them!


Imagine putting CO2 Bedbug Traps right next to these barriers.

Imagine using Bedbug Barriers with the amazing Bedbug Shield!

Total bedbug control.

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
bedbugs cannot climb.

And do not forget to protect the bed with a bedbug shield. And stop all bedbug bites at once!

3 thoughts on “Bedbug Barriers – Stop All Bedbugs and Eliminate Them!”

  1. Thanks for all your wonderful information! I’ve been checking out your
    website and something appears to be missing. Where it says, “Co2 Bedbug
    Sentinel” there is a black square where apparently there used to be a video
    which is no longer there. It was I think going to be something about how to
    make sure after traveling that you don’t inadvertently bring any bedbugs
    home with you.

  2. Many of the diy bed bug traps use masking tape to provide a rough surface
    for the bed bug to use to climb into the trap. Why are you using it as a
    barrier?

    Where do you put the talc?

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