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Discussion in 'All Other Discussions' started by Gina B, Jul 9, 2011.
!gnisufnoc yrev s'ti dna...
¡dןǝɥ ˙ǝsɹoʍ ƃuıʇʇǝƃ ʎןuo s,ʇı
Now you are upside down and BACKWARDS!
how about a (((hug)))?
Wait a minute! Your kids came home didn't they? How about two:
Yes they did. LOL Thanks for the hugs, it's helping straighten up my perspective although I'm still just a tad ɔouɟnsǝp. :1_grouphug:
I hope you laid in a good supply of laundry detergent last week while they were gone!
All items are being washed and bleached because SOMEONE sent their child there with bed-bug infested items. YUCK! Nothing appears to have gotten to my kiddo's things but no need to take that chance.
Dry them in high heat! Heat kills bedbugs better than anything else.
Thank you. I've never seen them or had them before so no clue how to handle, figured the other stuff would work.
The temps are past the hundreds every day so I'll wash, dry, then hang outside. Thanks!
110 is the magic number I believe Gina. I read it not too long ago as a friend on another board was dealing with the nasty little buggers. They die pretty much like lice (only lice sprays don't do the trick) so you might want to stick them in a hot car after you hang them out for a couple of hours.
Here a good link, they recommend higher temps than I said:
Of course it is Gina, I live in the part of the world which is the right way up.......emmigrate at once to the Wobbly Isles:laugh:
Very funny, Melanie!
Okay BG, maybe the wobbly land will get my mind straight.
But then will I have to stand on my head to be physically straight? :laugh: