Ideal bed bug treatment must have the qualities:
-It should be non-toxic and do not pose a health risk to homeowners;
-It should not be a major inconvenience for homeowners after treatment began; and
The natural non-toxic solution is the only best bed bug treatment and steaming also. Bed bugs are not immune to the effects of high temperatures and hot is their biggest enemy.
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Steaming kills a bug and sanitizes the area being cleaned such as carpets, beddings, blankets, furniture, etc. You can use a small pad on board to scrub off the bed bugs and dirt. Steaming also helps to restore mattresses, beddings, and your furniture back to their home countries.
Another is the natural solution for heat treatment. Due to the heat sensitivity of bed bugs, they are killed when exposed to temperatures over 45 degrees Celsius. Using heat to kill these bloodsuckers should be done as soon as possible to prevent them from scattering and give them a chance to start another infestation.
But you have to consider the sustainability of some of the material to heat up. So the temperature setting depends on the type of material used for beddings and furnishings. Cold treatment is another option that you can use to get rid of these pests.