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Mattress cleaning in Swansea by Osprey to clean normal every day stains and eliminate bed bugs

Even the cleanest of properties are suseptical to dust mites and bed bugs. There have been tests performed on new mattresses just delivered from the show room with traces of dust mites and bed bugs. Mattress cleaning is just as important as cleaning your carpets. Mattresses harbour all kinds of microscopic bugs, bacteria and dust mites so therefore should be cleaned at least once a year. The main reason for steam cleaning your mattress is the health benefits. People who suffer from asthma, eczema and other allergies will benefit greatly, especially for piece of mind knowing there are no more bed bugs and allergens in bed with you. A clean mattress also promotes a better night’s sleep. Clean them little monsters with Osprey.

Mattress cleaning in Swansea by Osprey,  clean mattresses using a steam extraction system. This system deep cleans the mattress as well as killing any bed bugs and mites.  For all your mattress cleaning in Swansea and surrounding areas, give us a call.  "Wake up with a smile not an itch"

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Signs of bedbugs: 

This step is important. If you have a bedbug infestation, you need to find out so that you can get rid of the bedbugs. Getting rid of the bedbugs is the only way to stop the bites.

If you have a large number of bedbugs, you may see the bugs. Most people, however, only see signs of bedbugs. To look for signs of bedbugs, check the places that people sleep for the following:

  • A sweet, musty odour: Take a deep breath. If you notice a sweet, musty smell in your  room, there may be a heavy bedbug infestation in the room. Bedbugs produce chemicals to help them communicate, although not everyone will notice the smell.
  • Specks of blood on bedding, mattresses, or upholstered furniture such as couches and headboards: Look carefully at your blankets, sheets, and mattress pads and then check the mattress and box spring. Are there specks of blood anywhere, especially near the seams? If so, there could be a bedbug infestation. You should also check for specks of blood on all upholstered furniture, including couches and headboards.
  • Exoskeletons: Bedbugs have an outer shell that they shed and leave behind. Do you see shell-like remains on the mattress, mattress pad, or beneath couch cushions?
  • Tiny, blackish specks: If you see blackish specks on the bedding, mattress, headboard, or beneath couch cushions, it could be bedbug excrement. 
  • Eggs: After mating, female bedbugs lay white, oval eggs in cracks and crevices. Keep in mind that these will be small, as a bedbug is only about the size of an apple seed. 

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Know the Enemy

Bedbugs are small wingless insects with a flat body. Like all insects, they have six legs. Their colour can range from whitish to brown, but after feeding (on blood from animals or people), they appear rusty red. Bedbugs grow to about 0.5 cm in length and can be seen by the naked eye. Their name comes from the fact that they often hide in bedding or mattresses.

Feeding Habits

During the day, bedbugs tend to hide away in furniture, floors, beds, and in wood or paper trash. They typically feed on human or animal blood at night, and most bites occur just before dawn. After taking their meal, which can last as little as three minutes, they drop off the host and crawl to a hiding place. Bedbugs can live for up to 10 months and can go without feeding for weeks.

Bedbug Bites - Symptoms and Signs

Bedbug bites typically are stealthy and not felt by the host. This is because they inject a numbing substance into the skin along with an anticoagulant agent to prevent blood from clotting at the feeding site. Itchy, red bites on the skin may be the first sign you've been bitten. Bites are most common on the arms and shoulders, and the bites often occur in straight rows, as pictured here.