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Useful if you need to check if you have a problem in the first place.
They mostly live inside your mattress edge so how will this stop them sucking yer blood out?

edit: Had a gander at the reviews, interesting to see how it actually works. Hope I never have to order these, had enough trauma in my childhood over these vile things.
Edited by: "Sherbat" 31st Oct
Ugghh! That post made me shudder just looking at it. Hope I never need these
OP just reading this made me feel itchy! Heat added (to burn off the little b888888)
Voted cold as it's just turned my stomach sorry oo
Eek! This is making me itch!!!
I thought bed bugs went out in victoriana times.
Wtf! Didn’t know bed bugs 🐜 are real
debbiii31/10/2019 22:17

I thought bed bugs went out in victoriana times.


And how many bedrooms does your cave have :/
Went through a really bad time this year with bed bugs, a neighbour had got them and was totally unaware , and then they started appearing, it's really unnerving even now after several months , your always thinking and checking if they are still there , they will go for you as they are drawn to carbon dioxide , and these things like above are waste of time, I studied and restudied everything about them , they can hide even in plugs , sockets for up to a year depending on temperature , literally anywhere that is dark etc and where they can feed , I bought bed bug sprays etc, powder , but in the end had to resort to chemical spraying which cost over 150 for the chemical alone plus garden plant sprayer and then the cost of a new bed , as once they get in they live quite literally in your mattress , add to that the cost of many sleepless nights and stress , constantly washing clothes at a really high temperature , wouldn't wish it on anyone, and you need to keep repeatedly spraying say over a four week period the infected area and around it, I've spoken and researched this with people in the trade and all advise you need to constantly monitor and clear any space around the effected area as once they get it is a nightmare and stressful to shift them, but it can be done, and don't think it's because of untidiness and unclean areas, they are totally indiscriminate about who they go for, you can be the cleanest household, it's how they get in ,and it is a very massive problem and getting worse , but who would admit it to it , as most people feel embarrassed to admit they have a problem
havinalaugh01/11/2019 06:03

Went through a really bad time this year with bed bugs, a neighbour had …Went through a really bad time this year with bed bugs, a neighbour had got them and was totally unaware , and then they started appearing, it's really unnerving even now after several months , your always thinking and checking if they are still there , they will go for you as they are drawn to carbon dioxide , and these things like above are waste of time, I studied and restudied everything about them , they can hide even in plugs , sockets for up to a year depending on temperature , literally anywhere that is dark etc and where they can feed , I bought bed bug sprays etc, powder , but in the end had to resort to chemical spraying which cost over 150 for the chemical alone plus garden plant sprayer and then the cost of a new bed , as once they get in they live quite literally in your mattress , add to that the cost of many sleepless nights and stress , constantly washing clothes at a really high temperature , wouldn't wish it on anyone, and you need to keep repeatedly spraying say over a four week period the infected area and around it, I've spoken and researched this with people in the trade and all advise you need to constantly monitor and clear any space around the effected area as once they get it is a nightmare and stressful to shift them, but it can be done, and don't think it's because of untidiness and unclean areas, they are totally indiscriminate about who they go for, you can be the cleanest household, it's how they get in ,and it is a very massive problem and getting worse , but who would admit it to it , as most people feel embarrassed to admit they have a problem


Can you please provide link to the chemical you bought?
havinalaugh01/11/2019 06:03

Went through a really bad time this year with bed bugs, a neighbour had …Went through a really bad time this year with bed bugs, a neighbour had got them and was totally unaware , and then they started appearing, it's really unnerving even now after several months , your always thinking and checking if they are still there , they will go for you as they are drawn to carbon dioxide , and these things like above are waste of time, I studied and restudied everything about them , they can hide even in plugs , sockets for up to a year depending on temperature , literally anywhere that is dark etc and where they can feed , I bought bed bug sprays etc, powder , but in the end had to resort to chemical spraying which cost over 150 for the chemical alone plus garden plant sprayer and then the cost of a new bed , as once they get in they live quite literally in your mattress , add to that the cost of many sleepless nights and stress , constantly washing clothes at a really high temperature , wouldn't wish it on anyone, and you need to keep repeatedly spraying say over a four week period the infected area and around it, I've spoken and researched this with people in the trade and all advise you need to constantly monitor and clear any space around the effected area as once they get it is a nightmare and stressful to shift them, but it can be done, and don't think it's because of untidiness and unclean areas, they are totally indiscriminate about who they go for, you can be the cleanest household, it's how they get in ,and it is a very massive problem and getting worse , but who would admit it to it , as most people feel embarrassed to admit they have a problem


Agree with the psychological aspect, we had mice in the kitchen but I keep thinking they've come back from time to time when sweeping and listening, they aren't there but it's all in the mind.
If you do have bed bugs then the only way to truly get rid of them is by throwing your mattress out and the frame if it's wooden or covered in fabric.

You can an army of these everyday and it only take a couple hiding to raise the colony again.
I would never ever need this. The moment I see one bug or notice a bite on my body, I will take my mattress into my back garden pour petrol on it and set it alight. Then when completely charred, take it out to sea and dump it with attached weights.
havinalaugh01/11/2019 06:03

Went through a really bad time this year with bed bugs, a neighbour had …Went through a really bad time this year with bed bugs, a neighbour had got them and was totally unaware , and then they started appearing, it's really unnerving even now after several months , your always thinking and checking if they are still there , they will go for you as they are drawn to carbon dioxide , and these things like above are waste of time, I studied and restudied everything about them , they can hide even in plugs , sockets for up to a year depending on temperature , literally anywhere that is dark etc and where they can feed , I bought bed bug sprays etc, powder , but in the end had to resort to chemical spraying which cost over 150 for the chemical alone plus garden plant sprayer and then the cost of a new bed , as once they get in they live quite literally in your mattress , add to that the cost of many sleepless nights and stress , constantly washing clothes at a really high temperature , wouldn't wish it on anyone, and you need to keep repeatedly spraying say over a four week period the infected area and around it, I've spoken and researched this with people in the trade and all advise you need to constantly monitor and clear any space around the effected area as once they get it is a nightmare and stressful to shift them, but it can be done, and don't think it's because of untidiness and unclean areas, they are totally indiscriminate about who they go for, you can be the cleanest household, it's how they get in ,and it is a very massive problem and getting worse , but who would admit it to it , as most people feel embarrassed to admit they have a problem


Sounds really bad
HellriderUKDeals6901/11/2019 07:49

Can you please provide link to the chemical you bought?


Yes it was Cimetrol Super , just search google ,it works where as soon as you spray and they come into attack they pick up the chemical and try to ingest but it coats them and shuts them down , chemical eventually kills them , but you do have to constantly spray over a four week period,, and wash your clothes at 60, spray one day ...leave the area for 5-7 days spray again , repeat over the month , they come back because some get a pest controller , who comes once and the person think that's it,and doesn't need the services again nope and to people saying they burn their mattress, I did that and more, perfectly good expensive bed from John Lewis , ! , no you have to clear any space around the bed and wardrobes etc , because this where they will hide, longtime it may be in electrics , when they bite it's usually ankles , or arms, or back , they insert a kind of incisor they have a kind of local anaesthetic then draw blood , as they get bigger they look like dark blood spots moving, in fact squeezing them it will spurt blood , look for tell tale Marks like brown marks on sheets bed frames, it's a bloody horrible and stressful experience wouldn't wish it anyone
and I hope this helps people
Fagol01/11/2019 09:31

If you do have bed bugs then the only way to truly get rid of them is by …If you do have bed bugs then the only way to truly get rid of them is by throwing your mattress out and the frame if it's wooden or covered in fabric.You can an army of these everyday and it only take a couple hiding to raise the colony again.


And you need to clean and spray the area, see my comments above
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