Bed bugs won't kill you, but the poisons used to kill them might!

Posted by Michael Ferkiss on

The CDC has released a Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report of interest to anyone with bed bugs, or that fears bed bugs.

Also watch this video from the University of Colorado explaining that bed bugs have developed resistance to pesticides and chemicals designed to kill bed bugs. 

See the list of Bedbug Pesticides that can kill you.

Why spray toxic pesticides that don't work and can even make the problem worse in a room where you spend ⅓ of your life?

Heat kills bed bugs without the need to use toxic pesticides which leave residuals for months or longer increasing your exposure to the unknown long term effects. 

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