• Saturday, November 20th, 2010

Bed bugs don’t have any predators. Their predators have been destroyed, just like some of the other familiar and unfamiliar creatures, and they have been forgotten. Bed bugs don’t like fresh, clean air and bright daylight. They like to live in warm, very dry, tiny areas and in a dark atmosphere where air doesn’t “breathe.” Deadly chemicals, which destroyed and killed bed bugs’ predators, and are still destroying Nature’s balance on this earth, should not be used to get rid of the bed bugs. Wherever bed bugs exist, extremely hot water or intense steam should be used repeatedly and after four or five days this procedure should be repeated. Definitely, noone will be hurt with this simple, harmless procedure, except for the bed bugs.

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