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by nobugsonme on April 19, 2008 · 4 comments

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1 RickParrsonRN April 18, 2012 at 7:09 pm

I am a nurse at a psychiatric facility for children and we recently purchased the PackTite debugger. The Product itself works as great as it should. We have not had any problems with bedbugs since we recieved the machine and use it now on all childrens clothing. A product well worth the money for home or business use!!!
Pros:
solid materal and construction
fast heating and reliable safety features
Cons:
thermometer is not very durable and it should have been made into the bag itself

2 jeffz August 9, 2012 at 3:15 pm

We use the PackTite debugger bags to kill bed bugs in client belongings before they enter our housing facility. The product works well and heats up sufficiently to kill bed bugs. We are happy with the company and the way they back up their product.

3 Nanny Fish June 4, 2013 at 1:44 pm

Hello all. This forum is great and has provided me with much support and factual info during a hard time dealing with bed bugs. My husband and I moved into our apartment in November. We started getting bites and had an inspector come to confirm the presence of bed bugs. They were found in the wooden slats of our brand new Ikea bed frame. It was not a large infestation, in fact, both times we were inspected they initially could not find any signs. We did not trust the exterminator our complex provided us due to the fact that he uses pesticides and will only treat once. We all know how that ends up. We hired our own professionals and decided to do the cryo treatment because we have a lot of pets and I am currently pregnant and also my husband and I live a very healthy, natural lifestyle. We received two treatments two weeks apart. Just last night my husband and I noticed tiny transparent bugs running around on our window sill. Panicked, we immediately called the professionals and they called us back this morning claiming the bugs we saw were some type of mite. I collected one in a plastic bag but it is way too tiny for me to identify. I think I’m going to buy a magnifying glass to get a closer look. Does anyone know if it could be some kind of mite?

4 nobugsonme June 4, 2013 at 9:54 pm

Hi Nanny Fish,
Please register in our active user forums and post your questions there. You can copy and paste the message above on the forum, and you will get a bigger response there.
There are experts on the forums who can ID a close-up photo, so if you can get one that will help.
Also, there may be someone willing to receive a sample by by mail for ID.

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