The right bed bugs insecticide and a little know-how will clear up even the worst infestation. These hardy little bloodsuckers are barely a quarter of an inch long when fully grown, and they love to hide during the day in small, out of the way places like cracks and crevices in and around baseboards, in box springs and mattresses, and even in the folds of drapes or curtains near the places where their human hosts nap or sleep. Luckily these places can be treated with either an insecticide spray or dust, or a combination of the two. Bed bugs are so difficult to find that many times people only discover the infestation when they find small spots of blood on their bedding or pajamas.
Of course the first thing to do is a complete cleaning—washing the bedding and drapes thoroughly, and vacuuming all the nooks and crannies around, under, and throughout the sleeping quarters. The second step is the judicious application of a bed bugs pesticide, such as Suspend SC Bed Bugs Insecticide for the carpets, furniture, and baseboards, especially around all the joints and crevices. DO NOT use just any spray on bedding and items that you or your family will come in contact with. Make sure any sprays used on mattresses, pillows, or bedding is both safe, and intended for that use in those areas.
After letting the spray dry completely it is a good idea to dust all the crevices and seams of the bed frames, baseboards, moldings, as well as the floor or carpet beneath the beds. The Big Apple Bed Bug Kitgives you both the insecticide spray and dust you need to do a thorough job in evicting these pests.