Bed bugs are small blood sucking insects also known as Cimicidae. Their entire body is usually in dark brown color with short black stripes on the back. They are insects that feed themselves to the blood of warm-blooded host like humans. They are often found in wood furniture, but because of their ability to travel throughout the house, most people find these bugs everywhere, especially for severe infestation cases.
The first step you need to do to treat bed bugs is to search the entire room and home. People must examine their rooms from every corner of even mattresses, cabinets, clothes, racks, cracks on furniture, wall joints, and every place where people often stay.
They feed human blood once every 7 to 10 days, so you need to make sure that you have checked properly every place they might be anesthetic. The next step you need to do when doing bed bug treatment is cleaning the whole house.
If your bed and furniture can be disassembled, then you need to do it and place it under the sun for a few days. Your mattress must be soaked in hot water for at least 20 minutes to get rid of this bug.
Another thing you need to do when doing bug bed treatment is to make sure your carpet is sucked overall. The final step of the treatment of bed bugs requires a large selection.