BED BUGS Control

We Clear Pest Control  here to to talk about how to get rid of bed bugs and bed bugs control. we know that the thought of doing your own bed bug treatment may seem daunting to you. This is understandable. That’s why we’re going to walk you through a bed bug treatment step-by-step, so you can learn how to implement your


Bed Bugs Control


Bed Bug Control


What is the most effective bed bug treatment?

Step 1 – Prepare the space that must be treated.

This is probably the toughest part for many folks, but whether you hire a pest control operator or do your own bedbug treatment, THIS STEP can’t be SKIPPED. It’s time to take a hard look around the room. Grab a couple of trash bags and bag up anything you’ve got decided you are doing not want to stay . Remember, every item left within the room must be treated in how to urge obviate hidden bedbugs so if you do not need it or like it , TOSS IT! Be sure to seal up the luggage before carrying them out of the space to avoid transferring bedbugs to other parts of the house . Gather any clothing or linens in the room and run them through the dryer on high for about 30 minutes

Place these items in bags or storage containers to avoid re- infestation. Make sure all drawers, cabinets and under the bed are free of any items, to allow for a complete and thorough treatment.

We get a lot of phone calls at this point because people aren’t sure if they have to get rid of their mattress and box spring. This is usually a personal decision but you do not have to get rid of the mattress and box spring. You can instead choose to encase them in bedbug proof covers.  These covers zip up all the way around each piece and any bedbugs already on the mattress or box spring will be trapped and will eventually die.

Step 2 – is using a heat treatment.

This step is optional but we do strongly urge you to consider it. By using a steamer that reaches bedbug killing temperatures (over 140 degrees Fahrenheit) you can kill a large number of bedbugs quickly.  Most insecticides are not capable of killing bedbug eggs so using heat is a great option.  All heat treatments should be done before insecticide treatments to avoid degrading the insecticide. Steaming should be done s-l-o-w-l-y and the steam should be aimed at cracks and crevices.

Step 3 is the actual application of insecticides.

There are no shortcuts here.  Foggers or bug bombs should be avoided as they are rarely useful for bedbug control and can actually force bedbugs deeper into voids and make elimination take longer. We recommend using a few different products together in your bedbug program. All of the products must be specifically labeled for bedbugs. Most programs should include a concentrated liquid insecticide, an aerosol insecticide and an insecticide dust. Measure and mix the concentrate as recommended on the product label and apply around baseboards, door frames, and window frames, around bed frames, and under furniture. Allow the treated area to dry before moving on to the next step. Now that the area is dry you can use the aerosol insecticide. Take the time to use the straw applicator on the aerosol and treat the very fine cracks and crevices ON and IN furniture AND around the entire room. Don’t forget drawers, picture frames, bedframes, and any other crack or crevice you can see. Once again you want to allow this part of the treatment to dry before moving on to the next step.

(Optional)Last is the dust insecticide. The dust can be applied using a hand duster to the underside of baseboards, between mattresses and box springs and behind drawers, in dressers, under furniture, and behind light switches and electrical outlets. Dusts, while a bit messy, are a great choice for use in places that are less accessible because they last for several months while bed bug control sprays and aerosols only last for a few days. This means dusts can be applied to areas that are hard to access since you only have to apply them every few months.

How long does it take to get rid of bed bugs after extermination?

Step 4. Treat again.

Reapplications are necessary every 7-10 days until you do not see ANY evidence of bedbugs for 30 days. Evidence means live bugs, blood spots on light colored sheets, bites or cast bedbug skins. Most treatment programs, when performed as directed will require 3-4 retreatments.

 If you have more questions, or need any bedbug products, or pest products then you fond a bed bug control service near me is Cleat Pest Control, please visit our website Thanks! 

Our Service Details :

Clear Pest Control Bed Bug Treatment:

Use advance safe chemicals in all hiding places for better protection from bed bugs

A less odour bed bug spray is applied  giving full treatment against bed bug

Re treatment after 15 days again for new hatched eggs.

Service Time frame :

Basic : 2 services at intervals of 15 days during 2 month

Premium : One Year Service with 3 services in 3 month.

Warranty :

Basic: 6 Month warranty of Protection

Premium: 1 Year warranty of Protection