The insects are nocturnal and feed on people while asleep in their beds. They also prefer to hide in dark crevasses during daylight hours, and beds often provide these hiding places (along with providing regular nighttime meals).
Bed bug bites often (though not always) produce red marks, welts, or rashes on the skin,
especially on the face, neck, or arms. Other Bed bugs signs include blood smears on bed sheets, or the tiny
dark spots left by their droppings. They also produce a scent that has been compared to over-
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Bed bugs are naturally a tough pest to get rid of. Bed bugs will burrow down in mattresses and in corners of furniture to hide and come out at night. Best Yet Bug Spray is the best proven solution that kills not only the bed bug on contact, but will also kill the eggs and prevent them from hatching later.
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They spend most of their time in hiding, and their small size and flat bodies allow them to hide
in very tight and inaccessible places, such as small cracks or seams in wood. This keeps them out
of the reach of many pesticides. They can also tolerate a wide range of temperatures, from below
freezing to 115 degrees Fahrenheit, and can survive without food for many months.
Bed bugs were common in the U.S. before the 1940s, but were largely eradicated after World
War II. They remained common in the developing world, though, and were able to travel back
to the U.S. in suitcases or other international cargo. The bugs then spread as people or furniture
moved between houses or apartments, or as people spent the night in infested hotel rooms.
There is no official, clear-cut answer to this question. Experts believe that it is due to an increase
in international travel and immigration, along with an increased resistance to common chemical
These major cities in the United States have increasing bed bug populations according to Terminix:
New York, New York
Other cities with bed bug infestations include, but are not limited to: Denver, Colombus, Dayton, Washington DC, Los Angelos, Bostion, Indianapolis, Loisville, Cleveland, and Minneapolis.
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We offer a range of organic pest control, bug spray and insect repellants for use both inside and outside the home, and which can be safely used around or even on people and pets. We also provide an organic wood protection solution that permanently eliminates the need for wood sealants.
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We specialize in eliminating Bed Bugs, minimizing Mosquito attacks and crushing the biting insect population that is challenging you today.
The ingredients that go into our products are natural and chemical-free. Cedar naturally repels insects, heck, we’ve been using it in our closets for years. Owen’s Organics is a stepped up solution, solved to keep insects away. Examples of these organic ingredients include cedar oil, mineral oil, and quartz.
Cedar oil is an essential oil that is produced naturally in cedar trees. Different types of cedar (or juniper, or cypress) trees produce different oils with different properties. Our cedar oil is derived from the red cedar trees of east Texas, and is effective at both killing and repelling harmful insects (which is why the trees produce the oil, to protect themselves from such pests).
The main difference between our products and common chemical pesticides is safety. Chemical
pesticides are harmful to people and animals as well as bugs; we just happen to be much larger
than bugs, so it takes much more pesticide exposure to kill us. Our organic products are just as
deadly to harmful insects, but pose no danger to humans or pets.
According to the FDA, the main ingredients in our products are safe enough to eat. Cedar oil,
for instance, is approved as a food additive. As a food additive, cedar oil would serve as a
preservative, since it kills bacteria and fungi in addition to insects.
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