So your apartment is infested with bed bugs, you’ve talked to the landlord and they’ve basically done nothing. You’re so fed up, your going to move out and leave those bed bugs behind! Unfortunately it’s not that simple.
I seriously don’t blame you for wanting to move out and can only imagine the frustration of living with bed bugs and your landlord not doing anything about it. The problem with moving out is that the bed bugs will move with you. In order to move out, you first must address the bed bug problem in your apartment.
See, bed bugs aren’t just in your apartment, they are most likely in your mattress, box springs, pillow, furniture and even your clothes! While moving out to another place may leave some of the bed bugs behind, others will just travel with you and you’ll still be dealing with bed bugs in your new place as well.
Before you can move, you have to rid your home of the bed bugs.
Here’s a few tips to help you get rid of those pesky bed bugs before moving:
When you move into your new place, take active bed bug prevention steps to keep from getting infected again. Even though you might feel confident all the bed bugs are gone, it only takes a few traveling along with you to start another infestation. Taking preventative steps will keep you from having to deal with those bed bugs all over again!
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