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Old 04-09-2011, 07:51 PM   #11
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I'd just like to make it official, I really do hate Shihan.

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I'd just like to make it official, I really do hate Shihan.
Yeah, I've been itchy since I read this earlier. Sheesh....
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Dang! Camping out FTW!

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are they more prevalent in different parts of the country or are they pretty much spread all over??

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Thanks Shihan!

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are they more prevalent in different parts of the country or are they pretty much spread all over??
I think they are concentrated in beds, mostly.
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what kind of treatment does it take to get rid of them?
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and yeah ill second how the hell do you get rid of em if they do turn up??
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Thanks for the info...and the creeps. I'm itching already.

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Thank you, Shi. Good info.

For those of us that LIVE in hotels, a thought- What is the dirtiest thing in your room? Besides your mind-

Answer- probably the TV remote or the telephone. They get handled by everyone, rarely get wiped down. Think about that next flu season. Next on the list is heat/ac controls, and light switches.
As another frequent traveler, I concur. I always have a couple of small disinfectant sprayers (about the size of breath sprays) in my kit. First things I do upon entering a room are strip off the bed cover and throw it in a corner, spray down the remote, phone, and lamps (don't touch 'em 'till they're dry!), and safe.
Oh, and NEVER use the in room coffee pot!
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Yeah i totally agree with you... but with your instruction.. if you are staying at hotel then take some precaution...like..

*use lavender oil around the bed frame and body...
*Spread some mint leaves...
*Use the combination of rapeseed oil and pyrethrins..It will directly attack on the bed bugs nervous system..

To share more information about bed bugs ..i am sharing bed bugs pictures... Bed Bugs Pictures

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