Bed bugs are really small, usually no more than a quarter of an inch in length. However, at their largest, they can be up to five inches in length. Bed bugs have recently become a very large problem for many reasons.
Increased: As humans continue to have an increasing amount of exposure to pest control chemicals, bed bugs have also increased in numbers. This is especially true in Arizona and the United States, as bed bugs have been a common problem for people traveling in other countries. Another reason that bed bugs have been growing rapidly in popularity is because they are incredibly easy to get rid of. The methods of getting rid of these pests vary greatly depending on what you want to do with them.
Remove furniture: When you notice that there is an infestation, you should immediately take action to remove any infested items. Bed bugs lay their eggs on the furniture or mattress, so once the eggs hatch the infested item will have to be completely vacuumed. You may also need to use an invective vacuum, which will suck the bed bugs and eggs from the area where they have been nesting. After all of the furniture has been vacuumed and the infested items have been removed, it is best to throw the vacuum cleaner away, because bed bugs can survive the vacuum’s suction. After this is done, you will be able to begin treating your infested rooms.
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