If you find yourself in the unenviable position of having a bed bug infestation in your home or apartment, then you certainly know how invasive, aggressive and uncompromising these parasitic creatures can be. There are ways to get rid of them; some cheap and some are quite expensive, but they would not leave without a fight.
First and foremost, let's be sure that you have bed bugs in your home to begin with. Many people mis-diagnose a bed bug infestation without first performing their due diligence. The easiest way to accomplish this is to catch one of the critters and diagnose it with help of some online pictures. You can check out bed bugs treatments at https://www.bedbugbarrier.com.au/bed-bugs/.
The best way to treat bed bugs is through heat. Heat has a very high success rate to get rid of them all – including eggs. They need to be heated to 51 degrees Celsius to kill the eggs.
When you do your property inspections you need to be looking around the beds for signs. They can hide in walls behind plugs or in cracks as well. They also hide in the seams of the mattresses or in the little corners on box springs. The signs are blood spots, eggs, little bugs 1mm in size to slightly larger ones.