Frequently Asked Questions

Bed Bugs

A bedbug (bed bug) is not easily distinguished from
other insects, they hide in daylight and only come out at night.
evening emerged. They are small, flat, oval-shaped insects
which have a light brown color by origin. The bedbugs
turn red in color when they have eaten. Adult
Bed bugs have a length of about 5 mm.

Bed bugs often hide in the seams of the mattress,
between the slatted base, behind the headboard or in nightstands.

Always check for bedbugs in hotel rooms or apartments. Taking a minute to make the bed
check can save you a lot of trouble when you get home later.

– Don’t put your suitcase directly on the bed but leave it in the hallway for a while.
– Check bedding and mattress for bedbugs and live droppings.
– It is better to hang clothes in a closet than keep them in a drawer or on a shelf.

Bed bugs feed themselves by eating blood from humans.

Freezing kills the bedbugs and eggs. Bed bugs die after a minimum of 48 hours at
temperatures below -14 in the freezer. The Knowledge and Advisory Center for
animal pests (KAD) indicates that it also controls eggs.

Yes, the eggs also die when freezing your clothes.

No, your clothes will not be affected by the freezing process.

Yes, it is wise to also freeze your books that you had with you on a trip, for example.

House dust mite

The house dust mite is less than a millimeter in size and consists of a thick body with eight legs. Because of their size, they are difficult to observe with the naked eye.

House dust mites are found in almost every household and are usually harmless. 5 to 10 percent of the netherlands are allergic to the droppings and skinning of dust mites.

In this case, it is best to have your clothes frozen at so you can be sure that you will not bring the bugs home with you. This is because the dust mites can travel with you on your clothes to another location.

We freeze the clothing for three full days to ensure that your clothing is free of dust mites.


Scabies designation is a parasitic infection of the scabies mite. This mite settles under the skin and digs thousands of subcutaneous passages there, as it were, and lays eggs there so that more and more mites develop. The human body then struggles against the parasites causing extreme itching with pus and dry skin.

The mite looks like a round pit with four legs on the front near the head. The legs serve as tools for burrowing into the skin. The mite itself is smaller than a millimeter in diameter and is barely visible to the naked eye.

Usually people become infected through intense physical contact, but infection through clothing is also a cause. For example, if an article of clothing belonging to someone with scabies has (unknowingly) been in contact with your clothing. People can also become infected through bedding.

If you have scabies you are advised to consult a doctor. Preferably a dermatologist. This doctor can help you get rid of the condition. It is also important to rid your clothing of the scabies mite. The most effective way to do this is to freeze your clothes and other fabrics for the duration of 3 days.

Stinky clothes

Clothes can stink from many causes. The most common causes are: bacteria and dander from use, presence of the grease lice, soap residue from washing.

Freezing the clothing eliminates the sources that cause the smell. This eliminates the smelly odors from the clothes.

In principle, all substances can be frozen. It is important, however, that after freezing, the garments thaw well because otherwise the fibers may break.

Carpet beetles

Carpet beetles are small beetles that feed on organic material such as wool, hair and feathers. They are particularly notorious for damaging carpets and other textiles.

Carpet beetles are about 2 to 4 millimeters long and have an oval shape. They are often covered with tiny hairs and have a brown to black appearance.

Adult carpet beetles feed mainly on pollen and nectar but their larvae live on animal matter such as certain substances and cadavers. So the larvae are the problem.

Carpet beetles can often be recognized by the tiny holes they leave in textile products. They also often leave skins behind as they grow and molt. Adult beetles are sometimes found near light sources.

An effective way to control carpet beetles is to freeze the infected textile products at -20 degrees Celsius for at least three days. This is a safe and natural method of killing carpet beetles without the use of chemicals. Freezing textile products will kill the larvae, beetles and eggs, and prevent them from spreading further.

Carpet beetles are generally not harmful to human health. However, their presence can cause allergic reactions in some people.

To prevent carpet beetles from entering your home, make sure all openings to the outside are properly sealed. Also, keep your home clean and dust-free and avoid storing textile products in damp, dark places.

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