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Bed Bugs Heat Treatment Heater like to Buy, need your Suggestions

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Newbie
Jun 12, 2018
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Bed Bugs Heat Treatment Heater like to Buy, need your Suggestions

Hi guys, I need your help, , I want to do BED BUGS HEAT TREATMENT by my OWN, so I am planning to Buy a Bed Bugs Heat Treatment Heater, Please let me know a good Quality Cheap & Best for HEAT TREATMENT.

1)--Do I have to Buy Electrical Heater
2)--or do I have to Buy Propane GAS Heater to make my HOME like OWEN to kill all Bed Bugs
3)--or please let me know which one Cheap and Best, to get LOW Electricity Bill etc, or any other Brand.

Please let me know,

Hopefully waiting for your replies.

Thanks
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Sr. Member
Jun 11, 2010
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ottawa
Sounds like a terrible way to cause a fire....
Deal Addict
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Nov 4, 2006
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this has to be a joke. these bugs are not easy to remove. and certainly not by a guy asking for a "LOW Electricity Bill" solution.
Deal Addict
Apr 24, 2007
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Cheap, best and propane?

Tune in tomorrow to the 6pm news for the 5-alarm fire....
Deal Addict
Jun 26, 2009
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Put some soaking wet towel on your tv to prevent melting.
Deal Addict
Jun 26, 2009
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GTA
Or go on Craigslist and find the "hottest" sweetheart in your area. With some steamy action all bedbugs will be terminated.
[OP]
Newbie
Jun 12, 2018
2 posts
hi guys, I still need your help, because I am ready to buy a HEATER which will kill all BED BUGS in HOME, please help to BUY a real good Heater and it should work perfectly to kill all bed bugs.

I saw in POST#3 that shows dangerous wapen, so I can not buy like that instrument, please help me to find real good HEATER and only one HEATER cover all of my Home to kill this BED BUGS.


Hopefully waiting for your reply.

Thanks
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Mar 23, 2008
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Edmonton
You have to heat your home to 50+ degrees to kill all the bugs and eggs. The equipment to do that for an entire house isn't cheap, and it's probably not that safe for a lay-person to use. Why not just hire a pro to do it?

C
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Nov 13, 2010
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Go to Canadian Tire and buy the diatomaceous earth (bed bug killer) powder and sprinkle that along walls/baseboards.
Caulk all your baseboards first to eliminate hiding spots first though.

Call pest control company if problem is serious.
Sr. Member
Dec 19, 2010
692 posts
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Toronto, Ontario
sounds like a recipe for disaster lol.

hire a professional and get it over with.

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