Bed bugs are small wingless insects that feed on the blood of humans and animals to reproduce.
Bed bugs are hard to get rid of because of how quick they multiply, one female can lay up to 113 eggs in her lifetime. Research has revealed that under a comfortable condition (air-conditioned temperature) bed bugs can double in number every 16 days.
See also: How To Lose Weight Fast (For Teens)
How to Know if you Have Bed Bugs in Your House
If you notice unusual and small bloodstain on your bedsheet, faecal spot on your clothes or bedsheet or even bed bug shell on your bed then you might have bed bugs in your house.
The small bloodstain on the bedsheet will occur when your weight crushes the bed bug on your bed.
The faecal spot on your clothes or bedsheet will occur bed bug poo on either your clothes or bedsheet.
The dark reddish-brown exoskeleton called bed bug shells as a sign of growing infestation. When you find bed bug shells in your house, it simply means bed bugs are in your house.
See also: How To Make Neem Oil At Home
How to Know if Bed Bug Bite you While Sleeping
Bed bugs always leave the particular spot it bites inflamed with red lumps and blotches that can become itchy and cause a burning sensation.
If you wake up from your sleep and see any of the signs mentioned above, you might have been bitten by a bed bug.
See also: How To Make Sandalwood Oil At Home
Ways To Get Rid Of Bed Bugs On A Tight Budget
1. Vacuum clean your home to remove bed bugs
2. Mop the floor with a mixture of water kerosene or alcohol
3. Sprinkle diatomaceous earth around the places where bed bugs hide, remember to keep it away from where your food items are to avoid poisoning
4. Apply high-temperature steam to places where bed bugs
Originally posted on September 11, 2021 @ 11:27 am