Eliminating bed bugs requires a lot of understanding of their life cycle and of course what could kill them. The first step you should do is get rid of all the junk and clutter not only in the rooms but also in the whole house. This will allow you to reduce the bug hiding places. You should also clean furniture, drawers, windows, and bathroom. It is important to look for cracks and gaps in the walls, and wooden bed frames or other potential entry points.
Use a flashlight so you can find bugs properly. Choose a natural bed bug solution for eliminating pests effectively. You can opt for bed bug sprays to do this. To find eco-friendly bed bug sprays you can refer to your local stores or go online. Companies like Vama have a myriad series of natural solutions to fight off bed bug infestation.
The next step in eliminating bedbugs is sweeping the carpet, mattress, and steam with steam and furniture. Focus on your bedroom and the area where bugs are known to exist and nest. Steam cleaning uses heat and we all know that these creatures do not like heat.
They cannot survive temperatures higher than 110 F. Wash and dry your clothes, bedding, and linen in hot water to kill insects. If you don't want to use a dryer, you can hang it outside on the clothesline on a sunny afternoon.
After cleaning the parts, the next thing you must do in removing bedbugs is to use an insecticide spray or powder to kill them completely. Use an insecticide that is 100% non-toxic and biodegradable. It would be great if you could buy a product without an odor that is not harmful to children and pets.