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Don’t forget these Bed Bug & Mite hiding places

Don’t forget these Bed Bug & Mite hiding places.

Don’t forget these Bed Bug & Mite hiding places

Where do bed bugs hide?  Both bed bugs and mites are very small and hide during the day.  That is why getting rid of them takes time, and thoroughness. 

Many people believe that all you have to do is spray your bed and bed frame.  Not true. 

Follow these additional tips below for success. 

Regarding being thorough, here are some places that bed bugs hide that you should definitely spray (and continue to spray as our most successful customers do).

  • Spray your clothing. Premo Guard is stain free and won’t harm clothing!*

PRO TIP: Use Premo Guard as a laundry additive.  Add up to 2 ounces of Premo in your washing machine as you would any detergent.  This is another place where bed bugs hide    

  • Spray your furniture, couches, carpets, drapes. Again, Premo is safe to use on fabrics as it is stain free. 
  • Spray behind “things”. Have pictures on your walls. Spray behind them! Spray behind couches and furniture.  Don’t forget the headboard of your bed too! 
  • Sheets, pillows, blankets, comforters, etc. We also suggest spraying these areas (and washing with Premo).  Once Premo Guard dries.  You can sleep in your bed.  

In short, spray everywhere you can think of.  Premo Guard Bed Bug & Mite Spray is made to be used often and can (and should) be used daily.  It is gentle on fabric and things, yet DEADLY to bed bugs and mites!   

We hope this helps!  If you need more Premo Guard Bed Bug & Mite Spray, click here.  (and use discount code "green15" for a 15% discount at checkout)

Got a suggestion that will help our customers get rid of bed bugs and mites better with Premo Guard?  Post it to the comments below. 

*Always test a small area of fabric first.  Premo Guard is stain free, but we ask you to do this, to prove to yourself on a small “test” area, that “stain free”, means stain free.

1 comment

  • Can you use it on paper, cardstock and etc?

    Marcia

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