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how do you polyerethene a bed frame?

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  1. heartattackhelpme

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    Posted 11 years ago
    Sun Jun 22 2008 19:28:53
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    I have a bed frame and would like to not throw it out.

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    Posted 11 years ago
    Sun Jun 22 2008 23:12:33
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    I can't advise on polyurethene. Perhaps others have suggestions.

    Some readers suggest it is possible to completely take apart a wooden bed and treat it all over with Murphy's Oil soap, killing bed bugs on contact.

    Read the bed faq:
    http://bedbugger.com/2006/11/02/faq-how-do-i-protect-my-bed-from-bed-bugs-part-i/

    On the other hand, depending on the bed's design and construction, you may not be able to kill the bed bugs. If there are thin cracks, bed bugs can hide in them. One Bedbugger (Parakeets) was even told bed bugs could live (on a veneered wood) between the veneer on the surface of the wood and the wood itself.

    I started and run the site but am "not an expert."
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    Posted 11 years ago
    Mon Jun 23 2008 0:35:24
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    Oh my goodness sakes. I have been trying to unscrew the head board and I can't. I had better hire someone to help.
    I think my head board has many little cracks. I have been trying to silicone them today.


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