The Strongest and Natural Remedy for Getting Rid of Bedbugs Infestation
The Bedbugs’ treatment starts by inspecting your bed and killing them successfully is the end, and preventing them from re-infestation is the final stage. To ensure the infestation, identifying bedbugs is important and then the places of infestation by inspecting thoroughly your beds, mattresses, box spring, linen, furniture, sofa, etc. Keep notes of all the places of infestations.
To get better results, a flashlight and lens are useful, and you should know the different sizes and shapes of bedbugs including symptoms of a bedbug infestation. Remember, the symptoms of an infestation can be Live or dead bedbugs, their skins, and eggs, red spots on the bedsheet, and mattress, etc., and a rusty smell indicating a serious infestation. Although another symptom is bedbug bites, it takes a long time to appear in the body, and for some persons, it may not appear at all. Moreover, you can’t say which insects bite you if you were sleeping.
After confirming the infestation, you should remove all the clutters from the infected places (as written on the notes) before applying any treatment. Never move the clutters to a good area because it’ll spread the infestation in your good area also. Better to keep all the clutters in a plastic bag(s), and wash them with laundry detergent and baking soda mixture. Finally, dry them at the highest (maximum) temperature of the dryer, as heat is a very effective method of killing bedbugs.
Now watch this video below to learn about how to prepare the above said home remedy:
Take a spray bottle if you have one or buy it from any general shop. Open the nozzle and put a funnel on it. Drop 1 cup of water into the bottle with that funnel. Then add 1 Tablespoon of baking soda, 1 tablespoon of red chili juice/powder, and 1 tablespoon of fresh ginger juice into the bottle (To take out the juice from ginger and chili you can use a grinder as shown in the video above).
Now close the bottle with a nozzle and then shake it well up to 1 minute thoroughly to make a better or uniform solution. Spray the solution in all areas of infestation to kill bed bugs and their eggs naturally. Since it’s very difficult to get rid of bed bug infestation even with the help of a pest control professional, you have to apply this method every few weeks and several times a year. It seems very time-consuming, but the most economic and easiest way to kill bed bugs, and you can save the expense of a lot of toxic chemicals.
No warranty of accuracy for any information provided here. This is not a medical advice anyway and can be used for information purposes only. Always ask your doctor for medical treatment while necessary.
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