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How To Prevent Bed Bugs
 

How To Prevent Bed Bugs

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Bedbugs... nasty beings... feeding off from us. Even if you think you don't think you'll need this info, It's always better to know a little more about them, in order to be prepared. Just in case, ...

Bedbugs... nasty beings... feeding off from us. Even if you think you don't think you'll need this info, It's always better to know a little more about them, in order to be prepared. Just in case, don't you think?

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    • How To Prevent Bed BugsYou have spent time and money getting rid of the bed bugs in your home. Now, youneed to keep them out of it. While there is never a guarantee that they will nevercome back, there are several things that you can do now that will help you to keepthem from returning.Heres a checklist for you to use to keep bed bugs at bay:? As hard as it seems, try to keep bed bugs from returning by keeping yourself out ofinfested homes, hotels, motels, dorm rooms and other locations we mentioned thatthey like to breed.? Inspect all of your clothing, luggage and other products that you take with you on atrip. Make sure to look for the signs of bed bugs that we mentioned including whatthey look like, the blood stains and the fecal stains.?If you bring anything into your home that is second hand, make sure that you wash itand take great care in inspecting it. This including things like furniture, bedding,mattresses and box springs. Always do a detailed inspection before it enters yourhome.? If you live in an apartment complex, talk to the landlord about their efforts to keepthem at bay. If you have treated your apartment but the entire building was nottreated, it is likely that there will still be potential problems in the future. If you aremoving into a location, ask if there has been any occurrence of bed bugs and what isdone about it.? Keep crevices, holes, cracks and other pathways into your home caulked. Checkthem yearly to insure that they are fully sealed.If you have birds, pets or rodents in the home, it is important to realize that bed bugswill also use these hosts if they can not find a human host. Insure that any pets aretreated (they are often mistakenly treated for fleas.)Find Out More at....how to prevent bed bugs