Did you know that bed bugs are spreading faster each day and they are becoming immune to many common pesticides?
Some people are even calling bed bugs the “SuperBug” and are worried that there might be no hope to stop them.
Are you fed up with bed bugs? Don’t worry you are not the only one.
Many people are dealing with bed bugs each day and are having trouble taking back their home because they don’t know how to get rid of bed bugs!
Even though bed bugs seem to have the advantage as of late, the battle is far from over!
Is The “SuperBug” Upon Us?
Anyone who has dealt with or dealing with bed bugs knows that these creatures are down right tough to deal with.
Now for even better news. Some bed bugs are actually becoming immune to common pesticide treatments.
Some take a stand against these kinds of home invasions, but research suggests that stepping up the war on bedbugs may have inadvertently dealt US population a hammer-blow, resulting in a literal kind of “superbug” — bedbugs that are resistant to pesticides. modernreaders.com
Bed Bug Prevention
There are many ways to prevent bed bugs from entering your home but here are the most easiest ways:
- Regularly Check Your Beds & Furniture
- Limit Clutter & Remove It From Your Home
- Take Extra Precautions
I know this is easier said than done right? Well, many people don’t have the time to take care of these simply chores but it can make a difference.
Fed Up With Bed Bugs?
Dealing with a bed bug infestation is not fun. The amount of physical and emotional pain they deal to many people is just unfair and they need to be stopped.
Bed bugs don’t care who you are and just think of you as a food source.
I have talked to many people who are dealing with bed bugs that have infants and toddlers.
The bed bugs are literally feeding on these young children and the parents are furious and I don’t blame them at all.
What can they do to fix this problem?
Don’t Do The Unthinkable!
The above video shows a car on fire because a man had bed bugs for so long in his car that he poured a highly flammable liquid all over the inside of this vehicle so that it would kill the bed bugs. What he forgot to realize was that lighters and flammable liquids are a recipe for disaster. So when he used a lighter to light up his cigarette, he ended up blowing up this vehicle and sustained critical injuries. jalopnik.com
Many people have lost their lives or have been critically injured because of “the presence of bed bugs.”
What do I mean by this? The bed bugs are causing so much stress that people are doing unthinkable things to try and get rid of bed bugs.
You need help with these bed bugs and that’s why I am reaching out to you.
Getting A Game Plan Ready
Just like the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers are doing at this moment, they are getting their game plans ready.
I know getting rid of bed bugs is not a sport but you need to get a game plan ready to deal with these critters.
Once you get your game plan ready you can get rid of bed bugs once and for all.
Now, the only question is what do you need to do to get started?
Find Out How You May Have Carried Bed Bugs Home
Bed bugs are known for being excellent hitch hikers. They can use many different ways to travel and spread.
They can also use these same methods to leave their eggs behind in order for them to hatch and start feeding on their next host.
Just like us, bed bugs use the same methods of transportation as we do. They are just more stealthy about it.
If you are worried that you may have bugs bugs but not sure how you got them then please ask yourself if you have used any of these methods of transportation in the past month.
Here Are Just Some Methods Of Travel For Bed Bugs
- Public Bus
These bed bugs are great at spreading from place to place. One of the reasons why they are spreading so fast is because all it takes is for one person
that has bed bugs to use any means of transportation above.
If that person has any eggs or bed bugs hiding in their clothing or luggage, then the next person will possibly bring a couple of eggs or even a “live” bed bug home with them.
Public Hangouts For Both Bed Bugs & People
If you thought that how bed bugs spread through public transportation was scary, check out how they spread by using many places you may frequent on a daily basis.
- Movie Theaters
- Bed & Breakfast
- Nursing Homes
- Doctors Office
- Thrift Stores
- Used Furniture Stores
How To Check For Bed Bugs
First things first. In order to find out if you have bed bugs or not is to inspect your home and look for evidence of bed bugs.
If you are staying in a hotel room on business or vacation you can use these steps to determine if you need to change rooms. (My Advice Is Switch Hotels)
Bed Bug Evidence You Should Be Looking For
There are a couple of “red flags” that you should be looking for if you think you may have bed bugs.
- Red Bite Marks/Dots On Skin
- Waking Up At Night Feeling Like You Are Being Eaten Alive
- Visual Evidence of Bed Bugs (See Them on Bed, Floor, Picture Frames)
- Black and Red Spots on Mattress & Box Springs
- Blood Spots On Sheets & Pillow Cases
- Black Spots On Walls & Electrical Wall Outlet
Complete Bed Bug Inspection Process
When it comes to bed bugs, performing a proper bed bug inspection is key to preventing a bed bugs infestation and will also be a huge help when it comes
to getting rid of bed bugs once and for all!
There are many areas of your home that bed bugs can hide and build a nest.
Bed bugs love to hide in warm dark places. This means that they will be hiding in a lot of areas that are hard to reach. (Nook & Crannies)
I do realize that bed bug infestations can be very overwhelming which is why I am going to give you as much information as I can to help you out!
How To Inspect Your Bedroom For Bed Bugs
I know we don’t want to hear this but we need to straighten things up in your bedroom area.
Get some plastic garbage bags ready because you will need to throw away a lot of clutter but also use these bags to store your clothes in.
You may want to wear some rubber gloves while you are doing this inspection.
Pack up your clothes in the garbage bags but make sure to tie the top of the bag in a knot to make sure bed bugs don’t escape and spread to other areas of your home.
While you are throwing away some of this clutter you may see evidence of bed bugs and even some crawling around.
Once you start stirring things up the bed bugs may start to scatter.
Your Inspection Should Start Here
- Mattress – (How To Inspect Your Mattress)
- Box Springs – (Box Spring Inspection Guide)
- Pillows & Pillowcases
- Sofa & Cushions
- Recliners & Chairs
- Bed Posts & Wooden Frame
- Dresser Drawers
- Base Boards
- Electrical Wall Outlets
- Door Frames
- Window Sills
- Picture Frames
Please Keep In Mind
Bed bugs love to hide in warm dark places. When performing your inspection be sure to keep that in the back of your mind.
Anywhere that you think might be a nice and warm hiding spot for bed bugs I can almost guarantee you will come across some evidence of
bed bug activity or even bed bugs hiding.
Please Check Out My Total Home Inspection Guide
How To Get Rid Of Bed Bugs Naturally
I know you may not believe it can be possible to kill bed bugs or get rid of them naturally but it’s very true.
A lot of people have doubts because they have struggled with bed bugs for so long.
They have used so many different types of bed bug sprays that had no effect.
Trust me, I know how you feel. You’ve may have lost all hope when it comes to getting rid of bed bugs or naturally for that matter.
The Momentum Has Just Swung In Your Favor
Yes, in case you are wondering, you can kill bed bugs naturally with Bed Bug Bully.
Bed Bug Bully is a pesticide exempt bed bug spray that not only eradicates bed bugs, larvae, and nymphs, it also adds a bonus feature.
Once of the reasons that Bed Bug Bully separates itself from its competition is that is has natural repellent as well.
Bed Bug Bully will destroy anything bed bug related on contact and will repel for up to 30 days.
You can actually use Bed Bug Bully in your home and you will not have to leave because there are no harsh pesticide fumes at all.
All In One Bed Bug Destroyer
Since Bed Bug Bully has a 30 day residual which means it will eradicate and repel bed bugs up to 30 days, bed bugs have 2 options.
- Meet their maker
- Get as far away from you as possible
Think about the benefits of Bed Bug Bully. Once you use Bed Bug Bully you will actually be placing an invisible shield around your home.
Anything “Bed Bug” related will either be eliminated or they will stay as far away as they can from the solution.
Benefits Of Bed Bug Bully
- Destroys On Contact
- Destroys bed bugs, larvae, and nymphs
- Pesticide exempt
- Uses Natural Oil Based Ingredients
- No Harsh Fumes
- Repels Bed Bugs For 30 Days
- 100% Money Back Guarantee
Remember Our Guarantee:
We are so confident your bed bug infestation will never be an issue again. You will receive a full money back guarantee.
If Bed Bug Bully does not work for any reason, simply let us know by email or phone and we will happily refund your money.
Our primary mission is to help you get rid of this painful bed bug infestation once and for all.
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