Why cant landlord use diametrous earth for bedbugs? Private contract? Lawsuit? Had to buy it myself 3 tenants moved out?
Not a single bug in my apt but others are infested using spray and pro extErminators.
It killed all the bugs for me and my neighbor...works good DE is the ticket.
- Landlord365Lv 53 weeks ago
They can. Many simply do not know about it. Most landlords go strait to professionals for bed bugs.
For those saying it is harmful - no it is not. You can get a food grade kind that is safe for humans & pets. It only hurts bugs.
- R PLv 73 weeks ago
Where are you located? I find it odd that there are laws anywhere against landlords using diatomaceous earth to treat their property for bedbugs.
- 3 weeks ago
They can, it just isn't enough to get rid of an infestation if that is all you do.
- babyboomer1001Lv 73 weeks ago
Good to know it works, IF I ever get them. If it really works, the reason why exterminators don't use it is because they would go out of business. Their business is bad - really bad, toxic chemicals. Anyone can buy diatomaceous earth. We use food grade in the yard from time to time.
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- PearlLv 73 weeks ago
maybe cause it dont work, ive had them myself and had to have my place heat treated, and sprayed 5 times plus i had to get rid of my bed and couch, i sleep on an airbed cause theres no mattress for them to live in and i never replaced my couch, havent seen them in a yr and a half
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
It's bad for your lungs, I only use it outside. Try baking soda and vinegar.
Edit: your lungs, your choice. Check no one else minds.
- 3 weeks ago
Yes what you doing ok