High reputation for 12″ rubber glove with cotton linning-rough finish to Rome Manufacturers

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Heavy duty rubber glove,  made of 100% natural latex. 12”length(31cm), rough finish, seamless, cotton lining, left/right hand, 210g/pair, 120pairs/case. Using for Isolater, dry box, blast cabinet, glove box, etc.


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Heavy duty rubber glove,  made of 100% natural latex.

12”length(31cm), rough finish, seamless, cotton lining, left/right hand, 210g/pair, 120pairs/case.

Using for Isolater, dry box, blast cabinet, glove box, etc.

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  • View Does Bleach Kill Bed Bugs? How To Kill Bed Bugs With Clorox Bleach?

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    Modified version of this Video: https://youtu.be/VgXiXWugSTM
    People don’t like to be a meal of bed bugs while sleeping. Most people think about bedbugs before closing their eyes. Bedbugs are one of night-time creatures that occupy the beds, and survive on the warm blood of humans and animal. Professional extermination is the best way & recommended protection against bed bugs. But this method is not fit for everybody due to high cost. There are some inexpensive DIY methods works fine if done carefully.
    Does Bleach kill bed bugs?

    Answer is yes. Some home remedies are helpful at reducing or even sometimes eliminating bed bugs, such as Bleaching powder – Clorox. You can use this to manage or eliminate irritating bedbug infestation.
    Things You’ll Need

    Washer with hot water capability
    Laundry soap
    Clorox liquid bleach or Clorox Color Safe bleach
    Flashlight
    Vacuum cleaner with hose attachment
    Heavyweight kitchen or yard-size garbage bags with ties
    Bucket
    Rubber utility gloves
    Washcloths or scrub brush
    Water spray bottle
    Heavy plastic sheeting
    Utility staple gun
    Instructions:
    01. Use a flashlight

    Use a flashlight to examine the mattress, box spring and under furniture to verify the presence of bedbugs. Adult bedbugs are reddish-brown and a compressed, oval shape. Adults grow up to be 4mm to 5mm in length. A bedbug has a segmented stomach, making them appear with stripes. Bedbug existence can further be recognized by the fecal matter they make in the form of reddish-brown spots on the host’s mattress. Bedbugs discard their skin several times. These skins will look like very small, transparent insects can be found around and in the furniture.
    02. Remove unnecessary items

    Remove as many unnecessary items from the area as possible. Items similar to magazines, papers and boxes of waste are the ideal places for bedbugs to hide. So, these clutter should be thrown out as soon as possible.
    03. Pull all drawers

    Pull drawers from dressers and remove the box spring and mattress from the bed frame. Bend the box spring and mattress against a wall.
    04. Clean clothing

    Clean the quilt, blankets, sheets and any other washable clothing inside dressers using laundry detergent, boiling water and Clorox, if possible. Clorox does make a color-safe peroxide for colored fabrics. Make sure the wash cycles are used on the setting so the items will work up the best. Dry all items in the maximum heat the fabric can tolerate. This ensures the killing of any mature bedbugs, nymphs and eggs.
    05. Use Vacuum cleaner

    Clean with vacuum cleaner the mattress thoroughly using the hose attachment to get around buttons, piping and cushion tops on the mattress. Also clean around the box springs, especially if there any hole in the fabric covering the underside of the box spring; as this is the ideal hiding place for bedbugs. If the ragged material is beyond repair, then remove it overall.
    06. Vacuum thoroughly

    Thoroughly vacuum the inside and outside of all dressers, furniture & fixtures, and night stands. Tremble out any non-washable clothing items that were in the dresser.
    07. Use garbage bags

    Keep the non-washable clothing items in garbage bags. Put the bagged clothing on the ground, remove as much air as possible by gently sloping the bags and clothing like a sleeping bag and tying the bag off. This process may take many bags, but will ensure no bed bugs escaped the vacuum. Depart the bagged items for at least 48 hours.
    08. Clean carpet

    09. Remove the bags from vacuum cleaner
    10. Spray Clorox

    11. Wash infested areas
    12. Spray Clorox thoroughly

    13. Safe your skin

    14. Dry

    15. Keep back all items

    Tips & Warnings

    Frequent bedding changes can help in controlling of bedbugs. Try to wash the bedding in hot water with Clorox, if possible. While the sheets need to remove, use a flashlight to inspect the bedding and mattress to find signs of re-infestation. In the cases of extreme infestation where home remedies don’t work, an exterminator must be consulted for the sake of health & safety.

    Due to improper use of Clorox can cause skin irritation, including eczema and allergic reaction, so take care with utmost attention while apply Clorox to kill bed bugs. Never use undiluted bleach on a mattress. Dry bleach is very soon as irritating to the skin as wet bleach.
    Disclaimer:

    No accuracy warranty of any information provided here. This is not a medical advice, for information purpose only. Always ask your doctor for medical treatment.
    Sources of Information:

    01. How To Get Rid of Bed Bugs Safely?

    02. How to Kill Bed Bugs for Good – Bed Bugs Removal Guide

    03. Insecticides/Treatments – Bed Bugs

    04. Treatment for Bed Bugs – How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs

    05. Frequently Asked Questions – Dead Bed Bugs

    06. Photo: Google Images – unrestricted



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    This video is presented for instructional and educational purposes only. Auto Obsessed accepts no liability for any loss or damage whatsoever or howsoever caused in reliance upon such information, application or services. As your results may vary from ours, always know your own product and application and ensure that all techniques used are suitable for your purposes as your results may vary from ours.

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