Posts Tagged ‘Bed Bugs’

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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What Are Home Remedies For Bed Bugs?

There are several home remedies for bed bugs, however using your common sense, using a good registered bed bug product is what the EPA highly endorses in their Integrated Pest Management protocol.  The protocol encompases registered pesticides and non-chemical pesticides and home remedies we list below. Contrary to common belief, encountering a bed-bug infestation in…

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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 Attracts Bed Bugs?

Bedbugs are attracted to their hosts essentially by carbon-dioxide and by heat. This makes people their first target! You breathe out CO2 while asleep and the bed bugs are highly attracted to you. Additionally, you are warm and you are not moving which also makes you a prime target. Although bed bugs do not fly…

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How does your bed bug removal system work?

Our All Stop Dead Bed Bugs Contact Killing Spray consists of salts, surfactants, and essential oils. The salts in the spray will cause the bed bugs to dehydrate. The essential oils are a known natural pesticide which is not harmful to people or pets. The surfactants are absorbed by the bed bugs cutting off their…

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