The University of Florida has done it again and it’s not even football season. Researchers and Wayne Walker, pest manager for UF’s campus housing have teamed up to create a low cost heat treatment system for annihilating bedbugs.
Anyone unfortunate enough to experience this pest and the great effort not to mention expense would appreciate this common sense low budget way to achieve a bedbug free environment.
“You’re very limited in what you can do to fight bedbugs,” said Koehler, an author of the study. “This is a good way to relieve infestations in bedding and other items people have close contact with, and it controls all life stages of bedbugs.”
Now I don’t recommend that you try to replicate this treatment as it involves potentially risky dealings with heat but you can read the article and view the video to gain some understanding of how it works. It won’t be long and some entrepreneur somewhere will develop this in a safe and useable manner for do it yourself bug service. Besides, heat treatment for bedbugs is already on the market and pest control companies everywhere have invested in the proper tools and training to help you in this dilemma.