Temat: How the bugs die
Bugs can be disposed of by heat exposure to a temperature of 46 Â° C, or to extreme cold temperatures of less than 0 Â° C, where they can be exposed to cold by placing clothes or objects with bugs in the bags at the temperature -17 Â° C, and leave it for at least four days, to ensure the death of bugs, and can be exposed to heat bugs in several ways, including:
Â Wash the bedding, clothes with hot water for thirty minutes, then put in the dryer on top of the degree for thirty minutes. Use a steam appliance on sofas, furniture, and other places where the bugs are located. Put objects with bugs in black bags, and leave them out on a hot day, or in a closed car. Pesticides Insecticides can be used to get rid of bugs in the home. There are some pesticides that have been registered by the EPA, where they have been specially marked for bugs and can be used, including:
Â Pyrimethrin and pyrethroids are the most common chemicals used to kill bugs. Pyrroles: such as chlorophenifer, which kills bugs by disrupting their cells. Neonicotinoids: are chemicals that damage the nervous system of the bugs. Dessicants: It is one of the types of substances that kill bugs, but it works slowly, so it may take a few months to kill all the bugs. Tea tree oil Tea tree oil is an antibiotic, antifungal, antiseptic, antiseptic and antiviral; it is useful for inhibition of viral and bacterial infections, and is also used to kill insects, including bugs, and has properties that help to destroy bugs, Mix twenty drops of pure tea tree oil in a bottle of water spray, then spray furniture, all places infected with bugs, wash fabrics with hot water, and repeat the process once a week, until the bugs are completely eliminated.
Â Peppermint Oil Ten drops of essential mint oil can be placed in a bottle of about 114 milliliters, shaken well, sprayed with spray; peppermint oil gets rid of a variety of insects, such as bugs, spiders, and cockroaches.