Have you changed your sheets at least once a week? As a place to rest, you should keep the bed clean. The trick can be regularly changing the sheets, drying the pillows, to sterilizing the bed. The reason is, if we are lazy to clean the bed, then it can become a nest of bed bugs.
Bed bugs are very often found in beds that are not properly maintained. The size of a bedbug is only about 5 mm, but it is quite tough and can reproduce quickly. Bed bugs know where to hide, and a single female can lay up to 500 eggs in her lifetime.
These little bloodsuckers can wreak havoc in the home. You can experience red bites and unbearable itching after finding bedbug bites. No need to fear, because the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has registered more than 300 toxins to eradicate bed bugs. Well, here are some of the toxins that are sure to get rid of bugs:
Pyrethrins and Pyrethroids
These 2 toxins are compounds that are universally used to control bed bugs and other indoor pests. Pyrethrins are botanical insecticides derived from chrysanthemum flowers. Pyrethroids are synthetic chemical insecticides that act like pyrethrins. Both of these compounds can kill and expel bed bugs from their hiding places. However, if the bed bugs are resistant enough, then this toxin can make them move to a new place. Some bed bug populations are moderately resistant to these 2 toxins, but using a mixture of … Read More