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How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs Fast and Easily. How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs Yourself at Home. Cheap Simple Spray

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Did you know bed bugs prefer human blood over any other animal alive today. They even prefer your blood over your cat or dog. So getting rid of them naturally would be ideal without harming your home environment with nasty pesticides.

Let's take a quick look at where a bed bug might be hiding due to its nature. Bed bugs prefer dark, warm and humid areas. Any bright sunny or hot areas they will shrivel up and die quickly. Cold areas they cannot move. So lets ask where they might be hiding in your home while we are learning about their nature.

Bed bugs ideally, will choose a place close to their food source. They will hide in cracks sometimes as small as a few human hairs wide. They like it warm and dark so the mattress and pillows are ideal places to hide. Also, they prefer along the bed frame and carpet by the feet of the bed posts. Under lamps and inside electrical outlets are also attractive hiding spots for them.

How to Know if You Have a Bed Bug Problem. Bed bug bites typically manifest as tiny, itchy bumps that seem to come out of nowhere. They may resemble bites from other types of insects which makes diagnosing bed bugs as the source of the problem particularly difficult. People usually figure it out over time when they notice that the bites occur whether or not they have been outdoors and exposed to other insects.

So, the bites occur regardless of season, weather or the amount of clothing worn when outside. Compounding the problem is the extremely tiny size of bed bugs (they are about the size of an apple seed, flat, and brown in color) and their ability to stay hidden. If you suspect you have a bed bug problem, search around the seams and tags of your mattress and box spring. Cracks in the bed frame and headboard are other common places they hide.

First, try BontaiGard, a product that contains a special type of fungus (Beauvaria bassiana) which kills bed bugs (1). This fungus grows naturally in soils throughout the world and acts as a parasite to bed bugs eventually killing them. This is not an overnight solution but effectively works over time. Note that this fungus is safe for people although those with mold allergies should consult with their practitioner before using.

Next, try CimeXa, a nontoxic insecticide dust made of engineered silica powder which is more effective than diatomaceous earth. The exoskeleton of the bed buds is scratched by the dust when they crawl over it, which causes them to quickly dehydrate and die. CimeXa will remain viable for up to 10 years as long as the conditions are not damp and it is left undisturbed.

The second method is perhaps a little easier. Just buy a small hunk of dry ice, which is frozen carbon dioxide that emits the gaseous form as it melts. Find companies that make dry ice in your area and most will be happy to sell you a chunk for a reasonable price. By the way, using dry ice to get rid of ticks in your home works too as ticks are also attracted to CO2.
Place the dry ice in a glass bowl that has a paper towel or cloth wrapped around it for the bed bugs to easily climb up on. Slide the bowl under the bed or where ever you suspect the bed bugs are hiding. The bed bugs will climb up the side of the bowl on the fabric, fall into the bowl and be unable to escape. Repeat process as necessary until all bed bugs have been removed. bed bug treatment