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By wedding leper / Saturday 23 January 2016 05:25 / United States
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Make sure you wash everything you own and throw away what you absolutely don't need. The only thing that could make your situation worse is if you brought them home or to the wedding with you.

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Make sure you wash everything you own and throw away what you absolutely don't need. The only thing that could make your situation worse is if you brought them home or to the wedding with you.

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As someone who has battled the nefarious bedbugs I can tell you that you must wash everything twice, then dry them on the highest heat possible. (The water will loosen the eggs from the fabric and the heat is the only thing that will kill them.) If your garments are delicate or dry clean only seal them in thick garbage bags, take them to the dry cleaners and tell them that they need cleaned due to bed bugs. Be sure to tell them that. They will keep your garments in a vacuum sealed bag for a mini

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I went through this issue at my old apartment due to some new tenants . It ended with me spending a ton of money on laundry services, dry cleaning, and a law suit against my landlord as he refused to do anything about the situation or let me out of my lease. I lost most of my furniture, a ton of sleep, and most of my sanity. I lived under a friend's stairs on a cot in his laundry room for nearly a year while this was going on.

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Having just gone through bed-bugs recently in my own home, I've found this powdery product called "Diatomaceous Earth" works wonders. You use by putting it in the direct path of wherever the bedbugs crawl. I basically circled my bed with a thick layer of the stuff. Then I placed it around the bedposts, and on the wooden frame of my bed. Then I placed lines of it in front of places where bedbugs like to hide (such as heat registers and in front of electrical outlets). Within a week, I a

Oh my god. Get rid of anything that you don't need. And wash/bleach the rest. Report that hotel and talk to the manager. That is gross. I hope you have fun at your cousin's wedding though. I'm sure you look great ❤️

whatever you do, don't take them home.. I got them from a friends house and a year later I still don't sleep on my own bed. it's been hell getting rid of them there is nothing left in my bedroom except my mattress.

Grab some aloe vera gel, the blue or green stuff that most people use on sunburns. Clean the spots with alcohol and then rub the aloe vera on the spots. They will go away in just a few minutes. My last apartment had those little buggers in the walls. We had to move because the owner would not fumigate. But, we had to learn how to deal with them real quick before we could actually move. Terrible little bugs.

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