Best Traps for Bed Bugs- DIY
Prevention is better than cure!! The proverb is well suited for the pest problem in your place. Finding the pest infestation in the home is a more challenging task, we can’t know when the pest will infest and how long before we have a pest problem in our house. we came to know after seeing the damages and signs of pest infestation in our place. Keeping the place clean and tidy helps to maintain your place free from pests. That too, the large pests like rodents, cockroaches, ants, mosquitos are visible to humans and we can easily identify the presence of those pests in your place. When it comes to bed bugs, there is no clue with how they enter your home, and it’s where they infested. You know after the large damage of your mattress, beds, carpets, rugs and so on. Bed bugs enter your place through luggage, travel bags, clothes, used furniture, and mainly through transportation. Bed bugs spoil the peace of the entire place once they enter.
They easily get multiplied in number and spread all areas in your place. Many people in London facing a tragic situation of having bed bugs in their homes.
In this blog, we listed some DIY bed bugs traps that help to keep the bed bugs away from the place. DIY bed bug traps help to deal with the bed bugs until you receive pest control professional help. Nowadays you can easily access DIY traps available on the internet. But still, some people are not satisfied with internet things, so we gathered the DIY tips from the professional pest control team.
DIY bed bugs traps
1. Baby Powder Talc Trap
Take 2 bowls different in size and keep the smaller one inside the large bowl. Take a baby talcum powder or some other talcum powder and sprinkle some quantity of talcum powder into the bowl. Now place the blow under the bed legs before your bedtime. Morning you can notice bed bugs in the bowl.
2. Coffee Powder Trap
Bed bugs hate the coffee smell. Take a small quantity of coffee and one spoon of white sugar. Mix both the sugar and coffee powder in a bowl. Now take cotton balls and dip them in a mixture. The sugar and coffee mixture now well settled in the cotton balls. Place the cotton balls on your travel bags, near carpets, and mattress to eliminate the bed bug infestation.
3. Mint spray
Mint spray is the most effective spray for bed bugs having an aromatic smell. Mint spray is the best treatment for the bed bug’s bite, prevents itching and inflammatory, a good remedy for bed bug-bitten.
4. Naphthalene balls
Naphthalene balls help to prevent bed bugs. The pest control experts advised keeping the naphthalene balls in your travel bag to prevent bed bug infestation. Place Naphthalene balls randomly on all corners to avoid bed bugs infestation and other pest problems.
5. Regular Vaccum
Regular vacuuming is another hack that helps to treat bed bugs. The heat emits from the vacuum kills the bed bugs instantly and prevents further infestation.