Killing Bed Bugs With Insecticide Dust

While there is no set treatment for bed bugs, there are some solutions in the form on insecticides.  Diatomaceous earth is just one dust that can be used to solve bed bug problems. It can be applied using puffers or paintbrushes.

his dust comes from a chalk-like rock that is then easily turned into powder. While diatomaceous earth has a strong reputation for killing bugs, don’t rely on this to be the sole solution.  For a serious bed bug problem, there are other- more helpful- solutions.  In this kind of situation, it would be best to bring an exterminator in.  If you do have a pest company visit your home, don’t apply any of this powder on your own without consulting them first.

Diatomaceous earth can also take a few days to work.  It could take over a week before the treatment becomes effective.

This substance is also one that shouldn’t be inhaled; so don’t put it around areas that you constantly frequent.  Even freshwater diatomaceous earth can be harmful if inhaled into your lungs.  Wear a mask and gloves if you’re applying either form of diatomaceous earth to your home.

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