If in the morning you notice that you have small red rashes, then most likely you might have bedbugs on your bed they might be frustrating if you have no idea of ways to treat them. If you notice them, then you will need a remedy that will work immediately because they are not pressing at all and they spread very fast. Within no time you might notice that they are all over your house. Before going ahead and trying the remedies stated below then first identify all the areas that you think have bedbugs. If you have no idea of how to detect them, you can use a bed bug detector. The best natural remedy for bed bugs today include;
Spray tea tree oil
When using this remedy it might work or not, what will determine if this remedy will work or not is how feisty the bed bugs you have at home are. The solution is made by diluting 20 drops or tea tree, use the spray bottle, then go ahead and spray the bed bugs. Something that you should take the precaution of is not to consume the solution and keep it out of reach of children because they might consume it, the solution is said to be toxic.
This kind of solution will work on so many pests like the bed bugs, ants, and fleas. The diatomaceous earth its powder like and it’s made from the remains of the fossil of the tiny aquatic organics. What this powder will do to the bed bugs so that they die it’s that it will dehydrate them. The best thing about this powder it’s that it has properties that will absorb oil and fat from the bed bugs thus killing them immediately. Apply directly on those areas that you identified to have the bed bugs, and soon enough you will see them all dead.
In your house, you have so many carpets, and if the bed bugs are on the bed most likely, they will be on the carpet too. So go ahead and use the commercial steamer it will clean the carpet for you very fast. The main reason that the commercial steamer is the best one to use it’s that it will give you the exact temperature that you will need to kill the bed bugs and most steamers don’t deliver some temperature. The steamer will be best for those areas that you can’t reach like the cracks and the crevices
Backpacking is one of the most rewarding gifts for travelers and a good vacation you can get (and they’re cheap too). It brings you closer to nature; you get to experience its beauty, it makes you fit and more.It involves “carrying your house on your back” as some might say.
You need to carry your tent, stove, food, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, clothes and other gear around with you in other to sustain yourself. The best advice for backpacking is probably to carry light weight. Trust me; you’ll enjoy backpacking more with a light load on your back.
Other tips you might want to consider:
Make sure you wear comfortable boots that won’t give you blisters.
If you carry a heavy load, you probably won’t be able to get away with wearing tennis shoes because your ankles would need support. I don’t wear heavy boots because it gives me blisters. Carrying a heavier backpack and wearing heavier boots does not make you look like an experienced hiker. Many through-hikers and adventure racers wear sneakers and carry small backpacks.
Carry lightweight alternatives to everything.
If you can find gear that has multiple functions, then use them. Many lightweight alternatives are available today.
Use a tarp and bivvy combination. There are two man tents today that are even lighter than a bivvy sack, but they also cost a lot of money. You can also use a tarp (alone or with a bivvy) as an alternative. Tarps save you a lot of weight as opposed to using conventional tents.
Don’t forget the camping mattress.
Some beginners then to leave the camping mattress out because they think it is not necessary but unless you sleep cold and can sleep on the hard ground it is an essential gear. A good night’s sleep is really important on a backpacking trip because you’ll need the energy for hiking the next day.
Prepare well for rain and cold.
The cold can kill you so remember to bring along your rain gear and fleece. Consider a fleece cap and balaclava as well because they help you keep warm.Change into clean, dry clothing just before going to sleep if possible. The oils from your body make insulation from your clothing and sleeping bag less effective. Clean clothing helps you keep warm at night.
Carry a lightweight backpacking stove.
I once survived on a backpacking trip without carrying a camp stove. You could probably survive without one too but not all hiking trails allow campfires and cooking with it is quite slow. I recommend propane stoves for short trips and liquid fuel stove for longer trips and at high elevation and extreme cold.