Posts Tagged ‘bed bug rash’

Where are the bed bugs hiding?

Bed bugs are commonly found in the seams, tufts and crevices of mattresses, box springs, frame and headboards, these are not the only locations that they may inhabit. Other common hiding spots for bed bug infestations include, but are not limited to, upholstered chairs and sofa, nightstands, dressers.

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How do bed bugs feed on you?

Bed bugs have an elongated beak with mouthparts that saw through their victim’s skin and insert two hollow tubes. One of the tubes is used to suck their victim’s blood while the other tube injects saliva, which contains anticoagulatns and pain killers.

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Do I have to treat all of my clothes for bed bugs?

You do not have to use the bed bug spray on each piece of clothing directly. By applying the All Stop DE-Stroy Pest Control Eco Dust in your closet or dresser, it should be enough to eradicate any bed bugs that would be hiding in your clothing.

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How do the products kill bed bugs?

Our All Stop Dead Bed Bugs Contact Killing Spray consists of salts, surfactants, and essential oils. The salts will cause the bed bugs to dehydrate, the essential oils are a known natural pesticide, and the surfactants are absorbed by the bed bugs cutting off their oxygen supply causing them to suffocate. Another product is our…

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Will pesticides work to kill bed bugs?

Yes!  Some Bed bug sprays and bed bug powders have residual killing power for up to 60 days; therefore read your labels!  Not all bed bug pesticides work the same. Some pesticides are effective when killing bed bugs, but they do not kill the eggs. If the eggs are left behind, they will hatch within…

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What other bites look like bedbug bites?

Mosquito bites are the most similar to bed bug bites. This is largely due to the fact that they both inject an anticoagulant that humans are allergic to. Each person reacts differently to bed bug bites. Some may have a much stronger reaction than others. After being bitten by a bed bug your skin will…

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