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How to rid bed bugs on my coat

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  1. Help me

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    Posted 8 years ago
    Mon Jul 4 2011 8:13:13
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    So I've got bed bugs on my mattress but think I have removed a great deal of them now, however, there are now bugs in my coat (which was sitting at the end of my bed on the post. They are in the zip seams and I now obviously can't wear that coat. I see baby bugs on there now and need to know what to do next to wipe out every bug on there. I don't even want to put my hands in the pockets to get rid of the rubbish that's in there as I don't know where they all are. It's really horrible and nasty to know I have them in my room.

    Any help?

  2. bed-bugscouk

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    Posted 8 years ago
    Mon Jul 4 2011 8:26:31
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    Hi,

    First suggestion seal and then investigate decon options.

    Best solution is PackTite.

    Failing that check clothing wash instructions to see if a hot wash (above 60 degree centigrade is feasible).

    Failing that search the forum for DVVP stripes.

    Hope that helps.

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