Family Invents Bed Bug Trap

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Family Invents Bed Bug Trap

If you are not someone that enjoys creepy crawly insects invading your home, it might be time to learn more about bed bug prevention. Beg bugs can often make their way into your home without your detection. They are miniscule in size and live off of blood from humans. Once you find them within your home, getting rid of bed bugs can be a difficult task. Beg bug extermination is the ideal method to get rid of bed bugs, but a West Island family might have developed their own alternative to hiring a professional bed bug exterminator.

Before you choose a professional bed bug extermination company or service, you should learn how one West Island family controls bed bugs:

A father and two children that are familiar with entomology recently created their very own bed bug extermination invention. This new invention is designed to make sure that you never have to share your bed with bed bugs again. It works during the day to clear your bed of bugs and allows you to sleep peacefully at night. This invention is known as a type of self-sterilizing bed. Who knew that a special bed could be the key to bed bug prevention?

How Does This Bed Work?

The self-sterilizing bed designed by the Maloney family works during the daytime and is shut off at night. Bed bugs are killed with the use of heat throughout the day. Heat is the most effective way to kill bed bugs of all stages. This bed might not be heated when you are sleeping, but it still works to trap bed bugs during the nighttime with the use of glue traps within the specially designed mattress. This self-sterilizing bed is more effective at killing bed bugs than many pesticides. It can actually even kill bed bugs in egg form.

How Well Does this Invention Work?

This invention is still relatively new, but it has undergone extensive testing performed by the Maloney family. So far, tests show that the total number of bed bugs can be drastically reduced and eliminated altogether with the use of this type of self-sterilizing bed. It has been approved by the Canadian Safety Association and more than 20 of these beds have been purchased for the Canadian military.

Maybe a new type of bed is just what you need to get a peaceful sleep. If you aren't ready to buy this new invention, it might be a good idea to simply have your carpets cleaned or call a Bed Bug Extermination Service Toronto when these insects find their way into your home.

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