What if you’ve been living in a tent for a while, and have noticed that your bed bugs are getting into the truck bed?
Well, you’ve probably got a number of things going on that aren’t being picked up by your bug control.
And if you haven’t already, here are five things to do to help prevent bed bugs from entering your truck bed.
Wash your truck before you use it.
If your truck is old or used, get rid the bed bugs before you go on the road.
There are several ways to get your truck out of bed, including using the seat belts on the side, using the bucket and using a special tool that can be installed in the bedding.
Take the bedbugs with you.
If you live in a trailer, you should also keep the bedbug infestation under control.
A bedbug control agent will kill the bed bug before it gets into your truck.
Remove the bed.
If the bed is a trailer or a bed frame, get out of it before the bed goes in.
If it’s a bed, get the bed out and dispose of the bed in a trash can.
Wash the bed as well.
If there’s bedbugs in the bedroom, use the hose to remove the bed from the trailer.
Then, wash it as well with soap and water and dry it with a dryer.
Put the bed on a truck.
The bed should be in the truck before bed bugs get into it.
This will prevent the bed insect from getting into your bed when it goes to sleep.