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How to get rid of Bed Bugs
If you're on this page intentionally, chances are that you've already run into these nasty little buggers or know of someone who has.
It just means that you'll have to spend a little extra time cleaning your bedding and bedroom and be a little more diligent in keeping an eye out for them in the future and using something that bedbugs don't like and prefer to stay clear of.
Bed bugs were pretty much wiped out in the United States in the mid to late 20th century due to the extensive use of DDT and other insecticides that are now banned because of the harm they cause to humans. They weren't however wiped out in other parts of the world. Extensive worldwide traveling has brought some of those bedbugs back to the U.S. in imports and luggage. This may be why they're more prevalent in hotels.
Regardless of where they seem to be more prevalent, they have a tendency to come home with us, usually after our visit to one of those hotels, but fortunately, not always. More information can be found at bedbugs at Wikipedia. I would suggest learning as much as you can about their habits and how to eradicate them as you can.
When I found bedbugs in my bed, I looked at spending hundreds of dollars to get rid of them but with that being hard to afford, I started researching them and reading all the material I could find on them. What I learned helped me to get rid of my bed bug problem over two years ago and they have yet to return. It could help you also.
I tried cleaning my bedding on a daily basis, only to get bitten again each night. I would get up before dawn (the best time to find bedbugs), strip my bed of its linen, and wash it every day. That still wasn’t enough to remove them.
I tried to use a regular insecticide, but that didn’t seem to do any good either. They either built up immunity to all the different kinds that I used or were immune to it, to begin with, so I had to find something that would work.
After weeks of research, I learned that bedbugs don’t like Neem Oil. Neem Oil is a miraculous oil that’s pressed from the seeds of the neem tree, an evergreen that grows in the Indian subcontinent and is widely used in organic farming. Its ability to repel pests like the mealy bug, aphids, whiteflies, mites, fungus gnats, beetles and much more is what makes its usage as a bio-pesticide for organic farming so valuable.
It’s these qualities that make it as important in ridding your home of bedbugs also. Neem Oil works as a household insecticide for, bedbugs as wells as ants, cockroaches, houseflies, termites, mosquitoes and many other household pests. In short, most household pests including bedbugs, don’t like Neem Oil.
When I learned this, I started adding Neem Oil to my insecticide and I started to see the bedbug population in my house diminish. It diminished to the point where it disappeared. I still got up every morning to check for them and wash my bedding, but after I added the Neem oil to the insecticide I used, I started to see fewer and fewer bedbugs until they were gone.
Because of its organic nature, Neem Oil may be the best green insecticide available.
One eight-ounce bottle of Neem Oil treats eight gallons of solution you can use to treat your home.
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