Every time your team strips a bed look for the telltale signs of bedbugs:
Specks of blood on the sheets
Red/brown dots on the sheets, mattress, pillow, curtain, etc. (bedbug poop)
Shiny white eggs that look like tiny grains of rice
Shed carapaces from molting bedbugs
The sooner you can catch the signs, the better your chances will be of preventing a full blown infestation.
When you treat an infestation have a professional exterminator handle the chemicals. They need to treat the room again approximately 10 days after the first treatment due to the gestation period of the eggs that weren’t hatched yet the first time around.
We had them at Tiger Paw hostel in Colombia (one room thank God) and spent a lot of money on professional exterminators. We tried that, super cleaning, taking apart the bed, etc. but we couldn't get rid of them. Finally what worked was raising the temperature of the room to about 125 F. Bed bugs dead!
Well, there are many ways to treat bedbugs. Using of pesticides also helps to kill bedbugs that can be found on the market, which is one of the effective way to kill them. Also check and clean the mattresses, crack and crevices, carpet, baseboards, behind pictures, dressers, drawers, bed frames, etc. Using of Diatomaceous soil also kills bedbugs.
If these methods does not work, then contact any exterminators Nassau County pest control specialist or any other local exterminators near your area. As these professional will be able to either recommend the best product for the job or help you to deal with the problem for you in a professional and sustainable way.
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