Posts Tagged ‘kill bugs’

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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What do bed bug eggs look like?

The bed bug eggs are sticky at first and approximately the size of a single spec of dust. Often found in dark, protected places such as walls and floor cracks, cracks in furniture, behind baseboards, under loose wallpaper, these eggs will usually hatch in one to three weeks.

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Can I be allergic to bed bugs?

No!  A person is not allergic to bed bugs themselves but rather to the bed bug bite.  Your body can become allergic to their saliva that is injected into your skin during feeding.

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Can I get my bed bug order overnight?

Our company does offer Federal Express Overnight as a shipping option. You can chose this method of shipping if you would like to get it the following day provided you place your order on time Monday through Friday.

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How do I track my bed bug order?

You can track an order from our company just by logging into your account at shop.qbased.com, or you can call one of our customer service professionals to assist you with this information about your bed bug product order. Our customer service number is 1-337-937-8800. We are open Monday through Friday to assist you with your…

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How do I put on the mattress cover for bed bugs?

The All Stop Disposable Mattress Cover should be opened fully. The bag only opens on one end. You should carefully slip your mattress only inside the bag, making sure that no holes are torn in the process. The box spring does not have to be encased because you are not sleeping directly on the box…

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What is the life cycle of a bed bug?

The Life Cycle of a bed bug consists of Bed bug eggs will usually hatch in one to three weeks, depending on tempurature meaning the warmer the weather, the shorter the incubation time. Nymphs go through 5 molts, taking a blood meal between each one. The stage can last from several weeks under favorable conditions…

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