Posts Tagged ‘bed bugs bites’

Do bed bugs have to feed before they have babies?

Bed bugs do have to feed in order to complete their molting cycles to become an adult bed bug. They can not lay eggs until they are in the adult bed bug stage. At this time, they deposit one or two eggs per day. When bed bug babies hatch they are pretty much translucent until…

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Will the bed bug products work to kill other insects?

We offer a variety of bed bug products such as a non-chemical bed bug contact killing spray, a bed bug pesticide spray, climbup interceptors for your bed and furniture, organic diatomaceous earth for residual killing power and steamers. YES!  Our residual bed bug products are registered with the EPA for killing other insects. Our bed…

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What does a bed bug look like?

Adult bed bugs are straw-colored to reddish brown, wingless insects. Prior to feeding, they are approximately 1/4″ to 3/8″ long and nearly as flat as a piece of paper. Once they feed they become bloated and dark red.

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What can you put on your dogs to kill bed bugs?

You can use our All Stop DE-Stroy Pest Control Eco Dust to kill bed bugs. It is safe enough to be used even on animals fur. Normally bed bugs in your home prefer to hide. Bed bugs like to hide in the walls, mattresses, head boards, carpeting, and other dark damp places. It is not…

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Will I have to treat with your bed bug products more than once?

Most bed bug products are applied “once” and the products with residual killing power keep killing for up to 2 months The DeadBedBugs bed bug treatment plan follows the EPA Pest Management protocol which includes spraying pesticides, using non-chemical methods, steam, diatomaceous earth and climbup interceptors.  There is more to killing bed bugs than just…

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