Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Bed Bugs in Daycare

Bedbugs can be found anywhere in America, including daycare centers. So what can a daycare center do to keep bedbugs out? It is impossible to keep them all out, but you can limit the risk of bedbugs getting in.

Daycare centers have cubbies. Little areas for the kids to put their stuffed animals into along with any bags, back packs, lunch boxes, etc. Instead of a cubbie, why not hang a long pole and hang clear plastic garment bags with zippers. This will help keeping any bedbugs that are on the kids items from falling off into the cubbie or from spreading to other kids.

Keeping things contained is one way of eliminating the possibility of bedbugs spreading. This is what they are good at. They spread and they hitch hike. Coming up with protocols specific to your environment will go a long way.


nahidworld said...

A Garment Bag is a very useful travel bag in which one can hang various articles of clothing, as opposed to an ordinary suitcase with folded clothes inside. It is made of durable material, closes with a zipper and often folds in half and has a handle so it can be carried. There are various sizes and types of garment bags which serve different purposes.

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