Unreal

Sikeston, MO

#1 Oct 29, 2012
Ugh, what a nightmare!! We live in an apartment building, and we reported it. The landlord blamed us, so we had to shell out $220 to get our place sprayed only to find out the neighbors had them 3-4 months ago and didn't say a word!!!
People if you find bedbugs, PLEASE don't ignore the problem!! Tell your landlord, or take care of the problem!! Don't be embarrassed, because if you stay silent, everyone gets infested and it such a pain in the a**!!!!
i think

Bonne Terre, MO

#2 Oct 29, 2012
Unreal wrote:
Ugh, what a nightmare!! We live in an apartment building, and we reported it. The landlord blamed us, so we had to shell out $220 to get our place sprayed only to find out the neighbors had them 3-4 months ago and didn't say a word!!!
People if you find bedbugs, PLEASE don't ignore the problem!! Tell your landlord, or take care of the problem!! Don't be embarrassed, because if you stay silent, everyone gets infested and it such a pain in the a**!!!!
Do they crawl on the floor over to the other apartments , is that how they spread?
scooby doo

Olathe, KS

#3 Oct 29, 2012
I thought this was another Jeff Gunnels thread
Unreal

Sikeston, MO

#4 Oct 29, 2012
It's through the walls, light sockets, any place they can hide, and especially if its an older building!! They even travel in cars and on people!! It's a total nightmare!!
Dont Panic

Nashville, TN

#5 Oct 30, 2012
They come in to this country in new clothes that's why it's so importnt to wash your clothes before wearing them. Once in your home, they can live months taveling althrough your house. They can get on children's stuffed toys and travel to upholstered funiture. The only way to truly get rid of them for good is bring the temperature of your house up to 150 degrees. You will have to hire professionals to do that for you, but that's the only way to rid them for god. Hope that helps.
Dont Panic

Nashville, TN

#6 Oct 30, 2012
*good*
oh no

Bonne Terre, MO

#7 Oct 30, 2012
Dont Panic wrote:
They come in to this country in new clothes that's why it's so importnt to wash your clothes before wearing them. Once in your home, they can live months taveling althrough your house. They can get on children's stuffed toys and travel to upholstered funiture. The only way to truly get rid of them for good is bring the temperature of your house up to 150 degrees. You will have to hire professionals to do that for you, but that's the only way to rid them for god. Hope that helps.
well won't they just keep coming coming back?if we keep buying new clothes and keep bringing them in after we get rid of them.how do you know for sure you've gotten rid of them to begin with.is everybody fighting a losing battle?even if we bring the new clothes in to wash them haven't we already been infested with them when we bring them in our home .Do they spread that fast?What about dressing rooms at stores.

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