Posts Tagged ‘bed bugs treatment’

Do the Bed Bug products stain?

Our products should not stain. However, it is recommended that you do not saturate anything with the All Stop Dead Bed Bugs Contact Killing Spray. It is also a good idea to test the product on a small section of your furniture are carpeting, especially if you are treating white furniture.

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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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If I move will the bed bugs follow me?

Normally bed bugs can be hidden in very small crevices and objects that you would not suspect. In these cases, if you move to avoid bed bugs you really would be unable to bring any of your possessions with you.

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Will they just go away without bed bug treatment?

The simple and straightforward answer is NO. Bed bugs will not go away without proper bed bug treatment. If a bedbug infestation goes without treatment, it will only cause the bed bugs to reproduce creating more nymphs and cause the infestation to grow out of control. It is very easy for a bed bug infestation…

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Will neem oil kill bed bugs?

It has been said that neem oil would kill bed bugs, but most studies have shown it simply deters them staying where ever it is applied. However, that would only kill bed bugs on contact. The problem with this is that bed bugs hide in spaces that you cannot reach them with a spray. Neem…

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Will foggers work to kill bed bugs?

No!  Foggers have not been proven effective when killing bed bugs, but they do not kill the eggs. If the eggs are left behind, they will hatch within days and the infestation will start the cycle all over again. Bed bug poison and bed bug powders have been proven unsuccessful on many occasions due to the fact…

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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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