Melva Odom. Box Spring. February 08th , 2018.
When sleeping in a new bed, check for signs of their feces. Small, black or dark brown dots on sheets or the mattress are sign that bed bugs are lurking. (If you are in a hotel and find potential bed bug fecal matter, ask for a new room far from the original.) If you suspect youve been exposed to bed bugs when traveling, bag up everything you brought and clean it out immediately when you get home.. Vacuum the interior and exterior of your suitcase (including the pockets) and be sure to wash all clothing in hot water, and put in the dryer, whether they are dirty or not. Just knowing what to look for when you are traveling and taking a few simple steps toward prevention can be the difference between the greatest spring break ever and a very regrettable getaway.
3. Ask if the Box Springs Can Be Donated - More often than not, especially in Indiana, you will not be able to donate these items, nor mattresses. This is the case because second hand mattresses are notorious for passing on second hand bed bugs. So, it is now becoming standard that these items have to be disposed of; worry not, they can, however, be recycled. In Indianapolis, we take them to a recycling center called DAO and are at least able to make the customers happy about the recycling element rather than the mattresses ending up in the dump or landfill. 4. Ask For A Coupon - Not always, but a lot of times, junk removal companies will offer coupons. This will off set the fee associated with the removal and disposal that comes with this service. However, remember, that companies offering this service still have to pay their laborers, have transportation fees, etc so dont expect the service to be free.
Do I need a Box Spring for my Mattress? This question comes up at least once during bed shopping for 90% of all people. And for good reason. Box Springs are a multi-million dollar, multi-million tree chopping industry. So in light of the green revolution (re-co-lu-tion?) these days, one can only wonder: is there really a reason for all the senseless killing of defenseless trees just to have an extra foot of wood, fabric, and air underneath your fully functional mattress? As it turns out, the answer is both a resounding no with a hint of yes.
Visions of warm sandy beaches or powder covered ski slopes have many students and families excited for their upcoming spring break. With thoughts focused on how they will spend their vacation time and considering what souvenirs they may wish to bring home, the last thing they are considering is protecting themselves from bringing home bed bugs. They like to travel and are good hitchhikers. They will hide in suitcases, boxes and shoes to be near a food supply. They are elusive, nocturnal creatures and can hide behind baseboards and in cracks, crevices, and folded areas of beds, bedding and adjacent furniture, especially mattresses and box springs. Bed bugs can wreak havoc on your life, not only because of their itchy bites, but they spread quickly and are extremely difficult to get rid of.
The most important and healthiest thing to remember is to wash your sheets, blankets, pillowcases and mattress covers if you have them in hot water a minimum of once a week! Wash your mattress and pillow encasings once every 2 to 3 months and if your mattress encasings are protected with a mattress cover, wash your encasings in hot water once every 4 to 6 months Also keep your home clean as possible! Use quality HEPA air cleaners or HEPA air purifiers with a high air exchange rate per hour in the needed bedrooms and family room. Purchase and vacuum often with a quality HEPA vacuum cleaner that is totally sealed so it does not leak dust and allergens back into the air while vacuuming! Thank you for reading this report. We hope that it was informative and will allow you get what you need while saving you your hard earned money!
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