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How to Stop Bringing Bed Bugs Home You love to travel, but what about the bed bug epidemic? Even if you don’t see them in your room doesn’t mean your fellow travelers haven’t. Their luggage is next to yours on the plane. Stop infestation before it happens. Bag your luggage in BAG THE BUGS™ bags and kill bed bugs and other insects without pesticides and poisons. Safe for all your belongings! .

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How to Kill Fleas Your pet is a family member. Treat him right. Don’t use poisons and pesticides on his bedding and toys to kill fleas and ticks. Keep him safe. Use BAG THE BUGS™ to safely kill pests!

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How to Kill Ticks and Chiggers Camping is great fun, but the creepy crawlies that can come home with you aren’t. Store all your tents and camping gear in BAG THE BUGS™ bags. Kill any bugs safely, so you don’t have any pesky, venomous surprises when moving or reusing your gear! .

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Dustmites

  • A sightless, microscopic (1/100 of an inch long) creature that lives in carpeting, drapes, bedding, upholstered furniture and stuffed toys.
  • Prefer temperatures in the 68-84 degree Fahrenheit range.
  • Very dependent on temperature, moisture and adequate food supply.

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Fleas

  • Live on pets, mammals, in carpets, in sofas as well as other household and farm items.
  • Feed on blood, fleas can live without a blood meal for 100 days.
  • Adult Fleas go through stages including adults, pupae, larvae and eggs.

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Fleas

  • Most people find Bed Bugs a most disagreeable houseguest.
  • When they are finished eating they leave tiny sores to remind you of their midnight binge.
  • They molt in between feedings and once mature they will begin the process of laying new eggs.

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Lice

  • Need human blood to survive and will die within 24 hours if they cannot find a "meal."
  • Lay eggs (nits) on the hair close to the scalp. It takes about 6 days for the nits to hatch.
  • Pets do not carry human lice.

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Ticks

  • Have four life stages: egg, six-legged larva, eight-legged nymph and adult.
  • Waits for host: animals or an unsuspecting hunter, hiker or camper from the tips of grasses and shrubs.
  • Several kinds, including American Dog Tick, Lone Star Tick, Deer Tick, Brown Dog Tick, and Winter Tick.

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Chiggers

  • Chiggers have six legs are less than 1/50 inch long and are a red-orange color.
  • They feed on reptiles, amphibians, small mammals, and birds which are their normal hosts.
  • People are "accidental" hosts.

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