How To Make An Eco Friendly Bed Bug Spray

Bed bugs are all over the news right now, spreading like wild fire in homes across the USA.


– Red, itchy bites on your skin. – Tiny blood spots on sheets. – Dark, rusty excrement marks. – Discarded bug shells or molted skins. – Unpleasant, musty odor. – Live bugs in mattress seams.

Benefits of Eco-Friendly Solutions For Bed Bug Control

Safe for humans and pets. Reduces chemical exposure. Sustainable and environmentally friendly. Prevents pesticide-resistant bugs. Cost-effective in the long run. Non-toxic to indoor air quality.

Ingredients You Need For A DIY Eco-Friendly Bed Bug Spray

Distilled water Witch hazel or white vinegar Lavender essential oil Peppermint essential oil Tea tree oil Eucalyptus oil Spray bottle

How To Make An Eco Friendly Bed Bug Spray

- Fill spray bottle halfway with cool distilled or boiled water. - Add 10 drops each of Lavender, Peppermint, and Tea Tree essential oils. - Mix in a spoonful of eco-friendly dish soap. - Top off with white vinegar. - Shake well to combine. - Spray around bed and hiding spots regularly.

Identifying Bed Bug Hiding Places

– Mattress seams and box springs. – Bed frames and headboards. – Cracks and crevices in walls. – Behind wallpaper and electrical outlets. – Upholstered furniture and curtains. – Luggage and clothing.

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