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Sep 12, 2012

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Bed Bugs and Moving Question

Well technically kids cannot transport bed bugs (though the clothes or luggage they haul around can) My advice is to confront the parents (wel... confort is a bad word, bring to there attention). They will be cooperative because anything that might endanger their children will be of great importance to them. Let them know what you think and then maybe they'll do all the heavy lifting in the matter. If not, you can always try to get rid of them yourself. here is guide about that BTW: http://www.domyown d-bugs-c-39.html  (Apr 23, 2013 | post #2)

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Pest Control

Dude... this is why I do my own pest control treatments. It's not that I have distrust of people or anything of that sort, I just know that I will do the job right the first time! Case in point: I did my own termite treatment with nothing more than the listed items: http://www.domyown w-to-perform-termi te-treatment-a-87. html in my garage and some termidor. It took an entire day, but costed me $198 dollars to complete. As  (Apr 16, 2013 | post #27)


Bedbugs survive most do-it-yourself attacks

I so recommend a heat treatment option. here's why Heat treatments using a bed bug steamer are very effective at killing bed bugs. Steam that is greater than 120°F is immediately lethal to bed bugs and their eggs. Most steamers have tip temperatures up to 220°F. Bed bug steamers can treat almost any environment, furniture piece (such as a baby crib), bed or clothing. this particular model is on the cheaper side but still very effective. http://www.domyown pamore-mr100-primo -steam-cleaning-sy stem-p-1613.html  (Sep 12, 2012 | post #11)