how to permanently get rid of bedbugs

How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs Naturally?

Getting rid of bed bugs is not an easy task. The easiest way to get rid of them is to use chemicals. Unfortunately, this is not always possible. This could be due to allergies, pregnancies, pets, or young children. Fortunately, it is possible to get rid of bed bugs in more natural, chemical-free ways. These include thorough cleaning and containment, as well as using natural products, such as essential oils.

Use fresh or dried eucalyptus, lavender, mint, and rosemary around your house. Most insects hate the smell of these plants, and bed bugs are no exception. You can use these herbs fresh or dried. Here area few ideas on how you can use eucalyptus, lavender, mint, and rosemary to ward off bed bugs:
Tie up bundles of these herbs, and hang them in your wardrobe.
Place sachets containing these herbs in your dresser and linen closet.

Try some essential oils. The essential oils that work the best on bed bugs include: citronella, eucalyptus, lavender, mint, and rosemary. Note that if you have pets, you should use tea tree oil with care, as it can be toxic to them. There are a few ways you can use essential oils to get rid of bed bugs:
Rub some essential oil onto your bed frame.
Add a few drops of essential oil into your laundry the next time you wash your bedding.
Make a simple spray by adding a few drops essential oil into a spray bottle filled with ½ cup (120 milliliters) of water. Use this spray on your bedding, carpet, and linens.

Sprinkle some pesticide grade diatomaceous earth around your room, and in doorways/windows sills. Diatomaceous earth is made from diatoms. It appears like a powder, but to bed bugs, it is like shattered glass. It not only kills bed bugs, but keeps them out. While pesticide grade diatomaceous earth is considered safe for humans and animals, you would not want to eat it or breathe it in.
Avoid getting pool or food grade diatomaceous earth. The grains are too fine, and can be harmful for you.

Try dryer sheets on your mattress. Find 8 to 10 dryer sheets, and place them between the box spring and the mattress. Place 8 to 10 more of these sheets on the mattress underneath your bed sheets. The strong smell of the dryer sheets will send the bedbugs scurrying.
Consider stuffing a dryer sheet or two inside your pillow case, dresser drawers, and linen closet.
Bed bugs seem to hate the smell of lavender in particular. Consider using some lavender-scented dryer sheets.

Get some non-permeable mattress and pillow covers. These covers are special, because they don't have any seams and other crannies for the bed bugs to hide out in. They are also easy to wash, and keep bed bugs from infesting your pillows and mattress.
Buy some bug interceptors, and install them beneath all four feet of your bed frame. They will keep the bed bugs from crawling onto your bed. If you can't find any, get some plastic bowls or dishes, and place them beneath all four feet of your bed. Fill them with some soapy water to drown any bed bugs who dare climb up your bed.


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