Bedbugs feed on sleeping humans. They ran in the dark to avoid detection. When it feeds, the victim does not feel the bite of the mite. The only sign that someone has become a victim is the red bite mark it left after feeding.
They can multiply quickly so once the infestation is confirmed; bed bug care must be done immediately. These wingless insects are small and flat. They are as small as rice and they can hide anywhere. Mite care must be comprehensive and precise. All areas of the house must be considered to completely eradicate mites.
Professional pest control companies mainly use chemical insecticides for the treatment of bedbugs. Although proven to be safe for humans and animals, it is recommended to avoid mite treated areas at least 48 hours after treatment of bedbugs.
There are some ways in which insecticides work by using various effective bed bug treatment products:
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Insecticides dust – This form of treatment of bedbugs contains glass or ground powder that acts abrasive to bedbugs.
Insecticidal contact – This is an insecticide containing pyrethroid or chlorphenapi which kills insects when in contact. This type of bedbug treatment requires you to find a breeding ground before use. Contact insecticides can also be used in areas where these pests live.