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    Amanda Drew Aug 03, 2017

    That's scary that you have bed bugs in your mattress. My son just came home from summer camp with them, and now they're on my couch and his bed. I think that the most likely bet to get rid of them permanently would be to find a professional that has good bed bug treatments.http://www.arab-cincy.com/bed-bugs

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This step-by-step guide will show you how to remove a bed bug infestation and stop them from coming back.
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I recommend calling a professional; however there are a few things you can do yourself to control them. Make sure to vacuum the area around your bed thoroughly as well as the mattress itself. All of your bedding should be washed in hot water and dried on a high heat. Scrub the seams and folds with a hard bristle brush, and wash with alcohol. Whatever you do, DO NOT spray pesticides anywhere on the mattress where may come into contact later with your skin.

If you don't want to call a professional, take a look at this video, maybe you will consider buying a few simple products so that you can successfully rid of your bed bug problem.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFnXUsCdKMk&feature=related

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