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After hatching the bed bug goes through five nymphal stages that resemble the adult, though they are smaller in size. A newly hatched nymph is almost colourless. Engorged nymphs are reddish and swollen. Wild animals, including bats, swallows and house martins may also serve as hosts and may be responsible for causing infestations in or around buildings.
Bed bugs usually hide in cracks or mattresses during the day and emerge at night to feed. They inject saliva as they feed. An allergic reaction to the saliva often causes slightly delayed swelling, itching, and burning which may persist for a week or more.
Female Bed bugs lay eggs throughout their life, generally around 2 to 3 per, each female could produce around 400 – 500 eggs during her lifetime.
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The next step is to treat the possible daytime hiding places of bed bugs. Such applications are best done as a “crack and crevice” treatments to gaps around baseboards and other such items using a broad band residual insecticide through a manual hand sprayer
To prevent bedbug infestations
Inspect all used furniture, especially beds and travel luggage before bringing them into the house.
Eliminate potential harbourages.
To eliminate an existing infestation
The treatment of infestations are notoriously difficult and requires the following to be prepaired on the day of treatment
The programme should include the following: before treatment can start
A thorough inspection of the infested property.
Confirmation of the presence of bedbugs.
remove all bedding in order to Treat mattress and and bed frame and soft furnishing within the room. do not carry beding out of the room before placing in sealed bags to take to washing machine
A residual insecticide Will be sprayed in all cracks and crevices.
The implementation of regular laundering of bedding and the frequent vacuuming of carpets. The used vacuum cleaner bag should be disposed of in a sealed plastic bag when finished.
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