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Have you ever heard of using cryonite on bed bugs? If not, here are some things you need to know about bed bugs and cryonite before trying this.

A bed bug is a small parasite that feeds on human blood. It can leave bite marks and rashes on your skin that might swell if irritated. Bed bugs are nocturnal so they will hide during the day and feed at night.

Cryonite is a non-toxic approach to killing bed bugs. With cryonite, bed bugs freeze where they hide like cracks and crevices leaving them to die. It is an environmentally friendly approach and can be used in schools, restaurants, and hospitals.

Cryonite is composed of carbon dioxide snow and dry ice that is spayed at temperatures below 100 °F freezing anything in its path. After an application, it evaporates leaving no residue or any wet area. It can be used on beds, mattresses, and other furniture as well. It also is deadly to cockroaches and other pests. Most of all, it can be used to eliminate bed bugs in electronic appliances without harming any components. This non-toxic treatment has been widely used abroad as well as in the United States. Its advantages include:

  • A non-toxic bed bug treatment.
  • Usable in electronics and other sensitive equipment.
  • Food grade carbon dioxide, no health implications or risks.
  • Rapid freezing ability.
  • A green product.

Dealing with bed bugs using cryonite on your own can be a challenging and time-consuming task while offering less reassurance of total eradication than a professional service can provide. It takes time and patience to deal with bed bugs and even with your best efforts, it might not be enough. If this is the case, enlist the help of Thermal Clean.

Thermal Clean is the #1 bedbug exterminator in Wheat Ridge, Colorado and we offer large-scale treatments for the entire house or office, and we offer small-scale treatment for isolated infestations on couches or beds. The traditional treatment period takes several days and sometimes a week or longer.  With Thermal Clean’s integrated treatment, the total time spent in a typical treatment is 8 hours.  This allows us to get the job done while you’re at work and without the need to stay in a hotel! Most importantly, we have a success rate of 98%.

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