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  1. Livingagain

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    Posted 2 years ago
    Mon Oct 31 2016 20:50:13
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    Ok, you guys keep talking about effective treatment. What would you expect for effective treatment for this problem in a medium big house with lots of furniture and three kids running around and two cats. What would an effective treatment look like?

  2. bed-bugscouk

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    Mon Oct 31 2016 23:07:30
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    Hi,

    In my case effective treatment is not a fixed step 1 followed by step 2 type protocol. It is a set of processes decided once the property has been inspected.

    It takes into account the level of infestation, the dispersal pattern and if any treatment has occurred to date.

    It also focuses not only on the current activity in the home but on stopping the introduction as well.

    The only constants are that it will most likely be based on:

    • The use of the Cimex Eradicator
    • The use of a residual organic material
    • The use of Passive+ Monitors
    • Clear educational materials

    The balance is between doing what's best for the infestation resolution without overly impacting the quality of life in the home. It helps that after 13+ years we have seen most feasible
    Combinations of infestation and family life.

    Hope that helps explain.

    David Cain
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    Posted 2 years ago
    Tue Nov 1 2016 15:05:11
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    I don't know if I understand the question. To me, "effective treatment" means solving a bed bug problem. Treatment is either effective (solved) or not.

  4. BigDummy

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    Posted 2 years ago
    Tue Nov 1 2016 15:16:57
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    Are you asking for a treatment plan based on house size and occupants? There's no standard formula, it would take a detailed inspection to see what kind of treatment is required.

  5. Livingagain

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    Posted 2 years ago
    Tue Nov 1 2016 16:05:35
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    Could I get one of you guys to my house? I'll pay flight, etc. Killer Queen, I'm not too far, only in CT.


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