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Friday, 28 June 2013

Does Bed Bug Steamer Work?

Roger Mitnick  /  at  22:54  /  No comments

BED BUG STEAMER

The common family pest known as bedbugs is a very small translucent brown insect. They favor dark cracks and crevices and are frequently found  residing in the seams of a mattress. They also can migrate to the carpeted partitions and curtains or nearly any other region inside a residence. In recent years these little blood sucking monsters have made an alarming come-back.
 the power packed bed bug steamer works?
BED BUG STEAMER
Any pest can and usually will develop resistance to chemical compounds if utilized repeatedly. The use of DDT based pesticides nearly brought about the extinction of bedbugs after World War II, but over time the wily bedbug developed resistance to the chemical,  rendering it virtually ineffective as a viable method for controlling the spread of bedbugs.  Alternate methods of control have become popular in recent years including the use of specially designed steam cleaners that kill bedbugs with heat delivered in the form of “dry steam”.
Steam kills bedbugs due to the fact they have little tolerance to extremes of heat. Exposure to temperatures of approximately 120 degrees Fahrenheit will kill bedbugs instantly. This level of heat can be easily reached by utilizing a steam cleaner.

BED BUG STEAMER ON BEDS ?

In addition to treating an infested mattress and the surrounding areas with steam heat, all clothing,  pillows, covers, and so on should be removed and washed in the hottest water available. Just treating the bed with steam may possibly not be adequate for a population of bedbugs which has spread out to other areas of the house. In that case, a steam machine can be used to treat all surfaces except for electrical outlets and electronic devices. Steam does not mix well with electronic devices due to the moisture content of the steam. Electronic devices and electrical outlets can be safely treated with dust in the form of diatomaceous earth. Diatomaceous earth kills bedbugs by clogging their pores with dust causing them to suffocate.

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Steam cleaning all carpeting surfaces around and under the bed can be useful,  paying special attention to the baseboard areas where the carpeting meets the wall.  If feasible, repairing all cracks in the walls and then sealing them with clean paint can aid with in the campaign in opposition to the bedbugs. Bedbugs can take up residence nearly anywhere and a residence with a extreme infestation may possibly require several different methods of treatment in addition to steam.

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