Bedbugs measure just 5 millimeters across—smaller than a pencil eraser. These bugs are smart, tough, and they reproduce quickly. Bedbugs know where to hide to avoid detection, they can live for months between meals, and a healthy female can lay 500 eggs in her lifetime.
It's not that easy to kill bed bugs if you'll use insecticide or pesticides on these bug's, since there are many companies creating pesticides and still wouldn't finish bed bugs.
The best way of removing bed bugs from your house is by using kerosene.
Kerosene is the best way of killing the bed bugs and their eggs too,Many pesticides can kill bed bugs but will never kill their eggs, kerosene kill's both bed bugs and their eggs.
Just do the following and you'll never see the bed bugs disturbing you again,
Buy kerosene of about a hundred shilling's put it in a spray bottle then spray it all over your bed especially at the corner of your bed, they mostly lay eggs there and also hide there in the day time, make sure you spray every corner of the house where there is no much light since they hide in dark places.
Do that like twice a month and to make sure they are all gone, you will not experience bed bugs again after doing this
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