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  1. Alyssa June 19, 2018 at 6:08 am #

    I am dealing with bedbugs in my car right now. I really appreciated your article. If I live in a place where it gets to 110 degrees regularly do you think I need to rent time at a paint booth or should nuval strips do the trick alone? (Also where do find a paint booth and are they expensive?) Thanks!

    • no bites June 19, 2018 at 7:57 am #

      First, thanks for asking and sorry you are dealing with “them.” If I were dealing with them in my car and lived with that kind of heat, I would try the NUVAN strip. I’d probably leave it in the car for 2 weeks to catch egg hatching cycles, although NUVAN is supposed to also kill eggs. Always follow all directions and precautions. I would hope that kind of heat in a closed car plus the NUVAN would do the trick. I would call the company (they answer!) and ask about the temperature. It could get to 150 inside your car so you want to ask about that if it would cause damage or any problems. Good luck and keep us posted! T. Byte

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