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9/6/2017 0 Comments
All About Bedbug Sprays
Have you ever found yourself scratching your body so much right before you fall asleep? If that’s the case, you might have a bedbug problem to address. If you don’t take the appropriate measures to eliminate this pesky pest, you might trigger a series of allergy attacks or get a nasty skin disease in no time at all. Getting rid of these bed bugs is no easy tasks but there is a wide range of options you can take to succeed at this. One such measure is to use sprays to kill bedbugs.
Basically, a bed bug spray is a form of insecticide that is specifically designed to be used on mattresses. Apart from bed mattresses, these sprays can also be applied to other areas of bed bug infestation, such as bed frames, baseboards, and cracks.
Types of Sprays
In order to determine the best kind of bed bug spray for your use, you need to be familiar with its three types. These are:
How to Use Them
Once you have determined the type of bed bug spray to use, it’s important to find out how to use them. Get yourself familiar with the instructions on how to use the spray and how regular you have to apply them. Most bedbug sprays require days or weeks of usage to be completely effective. You can’t expect bedbug extermination success without completing the whole process.
Test the bedbug treatment product too on your fabric or sofa to make sure they are safe to use for your furniture. Not all sprays are safe for any area.
Take out those infested mattresses and clean thoroughly with soap and water. Let them dry under the sun for a limited amount of time. Once dried, apply the bedbug spray all over the mattress in a circular motion, starting at the edges up to the middle part.
If the infestation is a minor case, you’ll only require a little amount of insecticide for these bedbugs. On the other hand, if it’s a large infestation, be prepared to apply huge doses to effectively eliminate them. Do remember to wear protective clothing and equipment to protect your body at all times from the harmful side effects of these sprays.
Using bed bug sprays is just one step to getting rid of these insects. It’s more important to be proactive in putting an end to this problem. Sprays can only do so much in helping you sort this one out, but if the infestation has gone worse, you better call bedbug removal experts from Jersey City Exterminators who know exactly what to do. Click HERE to find out more.
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