Before you take the matter of bed bug infestation in your own hands, you must refer to this list of do’s and don’ts to stay on a safer side. Thank us later.

  1. Do declutter your home by any means possible

Clutter acts as a window of opportunity for bed bugs to hide and thrive. Never store anything under your bed and always keep the floor as tidy as possible. The neater you keep your house, the easier it would be for you to look out for the bed bugs and destroy them.

  1. Don’t sleep in another room to prevent getting bitten from the bed bugs

This is because they can just simply follow you and your infestation will disperse to other rooms of your house as well. They are lured in to the body heat and the carbon dioxide we exhale. If they are starving, they will seek you by any means. So, never sleep on a sofa to avoid getting bitten by these punaises de lit qui piquent.

  1. Do establish a logical bedbug battle plan

The gist here is to fight against the infestation by any means. So, successful termination of bed bug infestation calls for an integrated pest management approach that entails a number of steps. No matter if you are hiring a pest exterminator for expert assistance or going DIY, you need to learn the treatment options available to you and build a solid strategy to win this combat.

  1. Don’t escape to your neighbor or friend’s house

Know that bedbugs are notorious hitchhikers and can easily hands down become a problem latched onto you. If you are thinking of holding on at someplace else and starve them out, then you are wrong. Bed bugs are infamous for surviving without being fed for a whopping 18 months! Unless you are planning to live someplace else for more than a year and a half, they will be waiting for you nonetheless when you come back.

  1. Don’t throw the bed or anything out

Many people believe that when their house is infested by bed bugs, they have to throw the bed out. No, you don’t have to do that. It would worsen the situation much more. This will not cure the infestation, the bed bugs will stay in your house nonetheless. And they will make abode in the new mattress you will buy. So, save yourself some time and effort and hire a pest exterminator to look after this issue.