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Living with Uninvited Guests - Bed Bugs

Last Updated: May 27, 2014 12:20PM SGT
Uninvited Guests – Bed Bugs
When one uninvited guest sneaks into your home and becomes a free loader, it is hard to chase it away or completely eliminate them. In addition, it will hides in small crack, hole and gap, especially those hard-to-reach and dark areas. Soon, they will populate in your home and form one BIG family. Although bed bugs are not known (yet) to spread any diseases, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) recognised it as public health pest.1 The main concerns about bed bugs infestation are they are nuisance and their saliva may cause allergic reaction via bites.2 They dwell in both clean and dirty environments, affecting the quality of our daily life.
Why are there bed bugs at your home?
In many cases, bed bugs do not walk-in to your home and ask for a room. In fact, you bring them home. But, you are not aware of it.
Bed bugs may hide in places, such as bag and clothing, and be transported out of infested home into the public areas. In another way, you may transport those bed bugs living in the public areas back home. When people come into close (probably skin-to-skin contact) with one another in the crowd, the bed bugs that cling to clothing and bag may be brush off and land onto your personal belonging or clothing. Alternative, they may be brought to your home by you, your human guests or your pets. In rare cases, they are carried to you by wild mammals or birds that stop by your home. Frequent travellers are in more danger of bringing one home. Bed bugs can be transported in luggage from one infested hotel in one country back to your home in another country.
With the increase of human traffic around the world due to globalisation and advancement in transportation technology, the spread of bed bugs is as easy as we travel.
Why are they so difficult to get rid of from your home?
Main important point that you must know is that you are the food source of bed bugs. They count on you for a living. Hence, they will stubbornly stay at your home, regardless of how much you endangered their survival.
Usually, the bed bugs that you carried home are in their adult stage. Typically, one female bed bug lays about 5 eggs daily throughout their life and these eggs can hatch within 4 to 12 days into nymphs that required blood meal before moulting and entering the next stage of growth.3 Their lifespan is about 6 to 12 months and they can survive long period (weeks to months) in starvation. It all depends on the type or species of bed bugs and whether it is pesticide-resistant or not. Those pesticide resistant species of bed bugs come about due to the misuse or wrong usage of pesticide. Although some pesticide resistant species have shorter life cycle, they are extremely hard to get rid because they prove the ineffectiveness of many pesticide that uses the same active ingredients in eliminating them.
Be prepared and not surprised.
The thumb of the rule to prevent or eliminate bed bug infestation is fast response. Besides regular or daily checking of your bed lining, bed frame, curtain and all possible hiding areas for bed bugs and its eggs, it is the best you have one pesticide against bed bug on hand to produce immediate responsive action to eliminate them at first glance.
Super Grade Bed Bug Killer 180gm should be kept in your “first-aid kit” for prevention of pest infestation.
Some product information is provided below.4
1. Non-restricted bed bugs' pesticides are virtually non-toxic and are safe enough for home use.
2. Non-restricted pesticides kill by contact action, which means the insect must come into contact with the pesticide for effectiveness.
3. Generally, as the insect gets into contacted with the pesticide, it takes several minutes before the insect begins to respond to the pesticide's killing action.
4. It may take several more minutes to an hour before the insect is finally dead.
5. Too often the delay results in several bites before the insect is eventually dead. 
6. The formulation can provide quick relief to such bed bug attacks.
7. When active bed bugs come into contact with the surfaces pre-treated with the formulation, the insects will be demobilized almost instananeously.
8. Subsequently, the killing action can take place while the insect stays paralyzed.
9. The bed bug has no chance to carry on with its biting.
10. Please follow the instructions below carefully for a successful quick relief treatment.
11. All possible areas where the bed bugs may access must be treated. 
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