Bed Bug Tips: Home Pest Control : How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs With Heat

Bed Bug Tips: Home Pest Control : How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs With Heat

Awesome Tip: Home Pest Control : How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs With Heat



Using heat to get rid of bed bugs is very effective, however you need to use the right forms of heat to avoid burning your mattress. Use heat to exterminate bed bugs with tips from a professional pest control technician in this free video on home pest control.

Expert: Michael Piacenza
Bio: Michael Piacenza, technician and K-9 handler, joined Advantage Pest Control in 2007 to expand upon his eco-friendly service offerings and initiate his K-9 termite inspection team.
Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

Series Description: Knowing how to take care of pests in your home can save you a lot of headaches. Discover these home pest control tricks from a professional pest control technician in this free video series on home pest control.

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23 Replies to “Bed Bug Tips: Home Pest Control : How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs With Heat”

  1. I just read through all these comments and it's clear not many of you did the same thing. It had been integrated multiple times that the guy said something about bees and worms did not mean that they "the Bees and worms " were useless it might have been said wrong the first time but for fuck's sake he fixed it several times. The point of the this video begs about bed the comparison was blatantly clear even if it was said wrong. That it was meant to be completed the opposite. And the Goof that said not everything has to have a grand purpose your statement should of been keep to yourself clearly we all know that everything has a purpose on this earth its position in the scheme of things is irrelevant. That fact that these damn things won't go away being the fucking point. Regardless of the obvious, these fucking things suck period.

  2. Well.. the HD can help if you have a Sweeper (the ultimate BB killer), will get them out of walls and sockets- suck them up in the sweeper because they come right to you. I take two HD's, use to run baseboards and sockets as I sweep (some sweepers can get very hot). The HD may not get them, but the hot can in my sweeper will !

  3. if you have bed bugs, 1st wash All clothing and sheets, 2nd get a blow dryer, 3rd get 91 percent rubbing alcohol, 4th get baking soda mixed with cayenne powder. 5th blow dry couches, beds, etc., vaccum all rooms, spray bed frames, underneath couches, inside couches. few days later blow dry all around couches and beds, spray again. repeat a week later. also blow dry inside cracks of dresser drawers. you have to repeat 2 to 3 times a month for at lease 3 months.

  4. I used a convectex heat unit, (52,000 BTU) to heat the entire house to 132.5 degrees for 8 hours. used diatomacious earth in all wall sockets/ lightswitches, etc.. 0 bugs for 3 months now. i feel that heat treatment works, however there are many ideas on what temp actually kills them. in my experience, using an infrared thermometer, the bugs start running in circles at 112 degrees F and die when exposed to direct heat at 116.5 degrees F … however.. you HAVE to get the inside of the walls to 116.5 degrees AT MINIMUM..also move furniture and clothing around to avoid cool spots, or you will have a reinfestation. we are all working very hard to eliminate this problem, and it very much is trial and error.best of luck to you i hope you can remove them from your life, it's not easy.

  5. His method does work. But what really helped me is throwing boiling hot soapy water over the carpets and couchs. With the clothes and bedding you have to keep washing and drying. Get a mattress protector after youve steamed it. Keep doing this over and over and they will eventually be gone. To make things easier, just rip out your carpet, I have three steamers. One for upholstery, and two for heavy duty jobs plus a wet dry vac. If you use them daily in your couchs, carpets, and beds, plus all the methods the guy talked about and use boiling hot soapy water, then they will all go away. Its a lot of work, but it gives you peaceful nights sleep and you wont be giving them to anyone. Also steam the heck outta your drapes/curtains.

  6. what a joke! I cant believe an actual pest control "company" would endorse this procedure. Follow his advice and you will only be wasting your time.These pests find any crack and crevice they can find…and in my experience I have mainly noticed this behind the headboard. All adjacent rooms, including above and below the infested rooms should be treated. outlet covers should be removed and sprayed with dust as well. And there should be 2 follow up treatments as well.Follow this company's advice amd you will be dealing with these pests forever.

  7. The boiler room is located here in the BSMT .. THT CAN HELP ME SO I CAN ASK MY LANDLORD TO TURN THE HEAT ON .. and WHAT TEMPERATURE SHOULD WE BEING USING! Please help Thanks!!!

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