Wash Bed Bugs On Clothes
Wash all of your clothes on hot. After they're washed, transfer them to a dryer, and dry them on the highest heat available. Every time you empty a bag of dirty, contaminated clothes, knot the bag up and throw it away. Once clothes come out of the dryer, you need to avoid having them come in contact with anything that hasn't yet been cleaned.
If you suspect that there are bed bugs on some of your clothes, remove them in a place with a non-carpeted floor and put them into a plastic bag. That will prevent bed bugs from finding a hiding spot quickly. Wipe the floor and stop any bed bugs that have tried to escape and hide.
Wash mattress pads, bedding, bed skirts, infested clothes, curtains, and so on in hot water and dry them on the hottest dryer setting. Store clean, dry items in light-coloured sealed heavy duty plastic bags or plastic storage bins with secure lids to avoid infesting other areas. Throw out any items that can't be washed, heated, or steam cleaned.
When it comes time to get rid of bed bugs, you'll need to pack up all of your personal belongings into sealed plastic bags. After that you'll want to heat treat some of those items. We recommend
Wash your clothes on the hottest temperature possible and then dry them. Once you get to the washing machine in your home or at the laundromat, you should take the bags and tip all of your clothes into the machine. Do not touch the clothes, since bed bugs could attach themselves to you or the clothes you're wearing and spread that way.
Take the bagged clothing directly to the laundry room and dump into the washer. Wash in hot water and dry your clothing at the highest possible setting or at least 120 degrees F. This is enough to kill adult bed bugs, nymphs, and eggs.