Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 04:54:47 AM by Celine Belanger. Bed
If you don’t have much room to spare then consider buying bunk beds, a loft or cabin bed, as they take up less space and are ideal places for kids to play, study, store their bits and pieces, and sleep. High sleeper, captains beds or mid sleeper cabin beds are particularly good for older kids, providing an elevated but safe sleeping bunk with chairs or sofas and workstations below. Kids’ beds, especially for toddlers, are great fun and come in a range of themes and colours that can brighten up the room without the hassle of re-decorating. Let your child join in with the choosing process as it is their room and at this age their personalities are really starting to appear.
Cracks and crevices of bed frames, attached side railings and supports, head and foot boards all need to be closely examined, especially if the frame is wood. Bedbugs prefer fabric, wood and paper more so than metal or plastic. If you cannot afford to replace the bed, vacuum it thoroughly. Brushing also helps. Try treating your bed with a portable steam machine. It helps but will not kill the bugs and eggs hidden inside the box spring or mattress.
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