Monday, September 15, 2008

Freezing Bedbugs with cryonite

There are many ways to kill bedbugs, or so it seems. You can vacuum them, spray them, fumigate them, heat them up and freeze them to death with cryonite. There is a treatment out there that uses a carbon dioxide snow to freeze the little punks. Some features include being able to treat electrical sockets and areas where moisture an not be because it is a dry freeze. You also do not have to evacuate the premises for this treatment. The draw back from what I understand is that cryonite has no residual, so you have to come in contact with the bedbug to kill the bedbug. I'd chalk this up as a tool to add to the tool chest and not a complete rid all process. Still a very interesting idea with lots of options.

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