To kill bed bugs on your bed, collect all the bedding and the mattress cover, place them in a bag, and put the bag in the dryer on high heat for 30 minutes. You can also put the begging in a black garbage bag and leave it in the sun or in a locked car on a hot day. You can spray your bed with a fogger; however, this doesn't kill bugs that live deep in the mattress.
To get rid of beg bugs efficiently, it is necessary to conduct a thorough clean up in the house before killing them. Prior to treatment, inspect your home to identify all the places where beg bugs live. Check local building codes to find out if there are any restrictions on bed bug treatment. Collect all the items that might be infested with bed bugs, including begging and clothes, and wash them in hot water or place them in a dryer. If this is not possible, seal the bags, and let them set until all the bugs are dead; this can take up to a year.
Use a vacuum cleaner to collect all the bed bugs and eggs you can find. Pay extra attention to seams and corners. Scrub all the furniture with a brush and some cleaning supplies to kill beg bug eggs. Caulk all the cracks in walls, around pipes, outlets, windows and doors.