Bed bugs have been known human parasites for thousands of years, early detection and treatment is critical. There will still be a need for renewal even after the treatment.
Bed bug bites and related conditions have been on the rise since the 1980s–1990s that lead to a number of health issues in the form of skin manifestations. These small bed bug insects tend to live in mattresses as their shelter. Human blood is their main food source. They will invade your home if the proper action for treatment is not taken. Treatment methods other than chemical pesticides are in demand because they are required in sleeping areas and other sensitive locations. These specific treatments can be costly, laborious, time consuming, repetitive and cause embarrassment to the person affected.
Prevention is always better than treatment. According to a survey between 85-90% of bed bugs in an infested home will be found on or within 15 feet of the bed, so the ultimate solution to minimize such infestations and avoid a number of skin irritations is simple, the use of a 'Bed Bug Mattress Cover'!
A 'Bed Bug Mattress Cover', also called a mattress encasement, is a tightly woven case that keeps bed bugs from infesting your mattress or box spring. When a 'Bed Bug Mattress Cover' is installed, any bed bugs already in the furniture cannot escape, and will eventually die inside the encasement. Bed bugs on the outside of the mattress cover will not be able to live and breed in the mattress, since they can't penetrate the barrier of the encasement. Bed bugs are also easier to spot on a mattress cover because there are no deep seams or crevices where bed bugs can hide.
One of the major features of a 'Bed Bug Mattress Cover' is the total waterproof ability. It needs to be machine washable and have six sides. The bed bug blocker zippered mattress protector encasement has a three-layer barrier that fits mattresses and box springs up to 17 inches deep and thereby protects against bed bugs and other allergens including dust mites. The 'Bed Bug Mattress Cover' should be designed to be impermeable in order to stop the penetration of bed bugs through fabric, scientifically-tested and treated with anti-microbial fiber for the protection of the mattress. It should possess the micro zipper closure technology for a secure encasement to inhibit bed bugs from infiltrating the mattress or box spring and prolong the life of your bed.
Using a 'Bed Bug Mattress Cover' for treatment serves a different purpose than using a cover for prevention. For treatment, a mattress cover will trap any existing bed bugs inside the mattress cover where they will eventually starve to death. They will also protect your mattresses from allergens, spillage and stains. Bed bugs can live up to approximately 18 months without feeding so it is advisable to have and use a very durable 'Bed Bug Mattress Cover' that will not rip or tear.
If you have both a mattress and a box spring, you'll need to purchase two mattress covers. Adult bed bugs can live for well over a year without a blood meal. You'll need to leave the mattress covers on for at least that long to be sure all bed bugs are dead.
Using a plastic cover for bed bugs is not healthy for your mattress because the mattress needs to breath to prevent the growth of mold and bacteria. 'Bed Bug Mattress Covers' can be purchased for as little as around $20. Many pest control supply companies sell them on the internet. Choose the one that is specifically designed for bed bug protection in order avoid the nightmares caused by bed bug bites.
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