Theroom may not be the room you prioritize to wash every Friday, but you should. Your bedroom and mattress can be an eldorado for small reptiles. Everything from Midd to Spiders can crawl around in bed without you knowing. Many of the reptiles have a penchant for dust, food residues and skin residues. Cleaning is therefore alpha omega so as not to attract small creeps.
The mite enjoys the warm bedroom with poor airing. In addition, if you rarely change bed linen and sloppy with the sink, you create optimal conditions for the mite. The mite can actually help develop allergies in those predisposed to it. To get to grips with the mite that is enjoying itself in your bed, you should make sure to keep the room free of dust. Wash and change bed linen every 14 years. Day. You may be taught to clean up your bed every day? You should stop doing that. The mite likes moisture, and the bed linen becomes damp after a night of sleep. Leave the bed unsavoury, then release moisture that you have released during the night. Do you live in a place where you have cold winters with 15 to 20 minus? Then you should leave the mattress outside for 24 hours and you are guaranteed to kill the mite.
Majorstubillen – Wikipedia
The beetles originate from Africa and are spread mainly through the transport of goods and objects in Norway. The first time the beetle was discovered in Norway was at a student home in Majorstua. Then it was named Majorstubillen. In the summer, this guy can fly from apartment to apartment, then you get a visit from this beetle should you notify your neighbors. The larvae of majorstubillen feed on wool, feathers, house dust and food crumbs. If the Majorstubill was to make its entrance in your house then be sure to keep the rooms in the house clean, and wrap precious clothes of fur and wool in plastic. At the same time, it is advantageous not to use wool blankets in bed. The larvae need water to develop, so it is better to vacuum than wash. You can discover the beetle by noticing visible split window sills and split holes in your woolen clothes. They do not respond with death to the poison of the submission. The best thing you can do is to freeze textiles that are attacked, since the beetles die at -18 degrees. Vacuum well and discard the vacuum bag.
Bird fleas are fleas that often the cat drags in. If you are one of those who tend to leave pus in your bed there is a high probability that you may be bitten by these fleas. Most often, flea bites are given on the legs and around the abdomen. They are only 2-3 mm long and can jump as far as 30 cm. It is with flea stings that with mosquito bites, some get severe itching while others do not notice much. Bird fleas come from bird nests that kitty stroll under, take the fleas in their fur, and share them with you. The very best thing you can do is find the bird nest and remove it. Spray with insecticide both before and after removal, then you avoid any fleas hanging and join your cat in, once again. Do not remove the nest until the cubs have left their home, and wear rainwear when removing it. Put the bird’s nest right in a plastic bag and discard it.
The bird’s mushrooms do not tolerate warm indoor climates for more than 1 to 2 weeks, then they die and dry. In an unheated cabin, of course, they can live a little longer. Shake your bed linen or sleeping bag and you get rid of the bird’s-eyes.
Wall animals like themselves where we sleep and rest. They are active at night and emerge from the seams of the mattress, or from between the pillows in the sofa. They live by sucking blood off us, and they are difficult to detect since they are quick with their meal. In addition, they anesthetize the site of the bite before supplying our blood. The life cycle of a wall animal is short, but attacks from wall animals can develop at a furious rate. If you discover wall animals in high light on a day of worship, you can be sure that you have a large attack of wall animals. You can get wall animals in houses via old furniture and luggage that you have laid on the bed at a resort. With you home you got more than tan and fond memories, nemesis wall animals. The bites can at first resemble mosquito bites or eczema. The bite marks usually come around the wrists, ankles and on the neck, the areas of the body that are not covered by the duvet when you sleep. If you get to bay with wall animals, furniture, fixtures and clothes must be frozen. Moldings must be treated with steam and chemicals. Wall animals do not die out of themselves, and the very best thing is to get help from professionals.
The tick often hangs on your dog or cat when it has been out walking in thickets, grass or bushes. A Tick that hasn’t got stuck can find its way from your pet to the bed, bed linen or furniture and blankets. Make sure your animals don’t sleep in bed and check them out frequently. Remove ticks that have got stuck and take an extra control of yourself as well. Have you been unlucky and been “bitten” by a Tick, remove it right away and keep an eye on the place it got stuck. If there is a large red ring around the “bite” you need to contact the doctor.
The spider can both stay in your mattress and it can bite you. The spider likes much the same environment as the mite, so here’s another reason to wash well in the bedroom once a week. Change bed linen weekly and wash well, even under the bed. Make sure you don’t have typical dust collectors under the bed and you don’t have the spiders to bench and make it homely for themselves and their eggs. Spray with some lavender oil in the bedroom. The spider shuns lavender that is toxic to them.
Reptiles are attracted by skin residues, dust and food residues. Be sure to keep the bedroom and the rest of the house clean, and do not leave clothes around past. Then you remove a lot of what attracts the little creeps.
Good luck in the fight against the reptiles that can stay in your bed and in your bedroom 🙂