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 Topic: Best way to get white socks?
Re: Best way to get white socks? [message #3251341 is a reply to message #3249959 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 08:23
  cheveauxpark  
Messages: 13126
Registered: April 2008
Location: kooweerup
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
I wash all bling with Green Trix and towel dry..I use Talcom powder to cover the sock..just rub it in as it all dries.
I use a tiny $2 shop fine wire brush and soap to scrub white hooves..even use a little bleach if I need to..gets into the fine cracks or naturel hoof ...wash weell when done. Use a cheap spray can of clear over ALL white or chestnut hooves.
The cheap paint wears off over night in the paddock...plus you can respray at intervals during the day of show if needed.
If its not a black hoof then I dont touch anything with black hoof paint.

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Forum: Breeds
 Topic: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3251359 is a reply to message #3250334 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 09:24
  sophb  
Messages: 3508
Registered: May 2010
Location: AHSA / WC ARC
Unstoppable, ungaggable, unzippable
Who would have imagined this...
Bonney babysitting ALL of the babies
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Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3251364 is a reply to message #350 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 09:44
  lizpee  is currently offline lizpee  
Messages: 2094
Registered: March 2007
Location: Bennison ARC
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Forum: Jumping
 Topic: Freshman Days
Re: Freshman Days [message #3251373 is a reply to message #3246161 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 10:14
  Llama  
Messages: 3730
Registered: April 2007
Unstoppable, ungaggable, unzippable
Hallam Valley Pony Club Are running one on the 14th of Feb (Located in Narre Warren)

https://www.facebook.com/events/1626604864229248/?fref=ts


A setback is a setup for a comeback
 Topic: Post XC/SJ Leg care
Re: Post XC/SJ Leg care [message #3251356 is a reply to message #3251222 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 09:16
  Holliee.  is currently offline Holliee.  
Messages: 3055
Registered: November 2007
Location: EV & KEC
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
Saffron Park wrote on Wed, 28 January 2015 16:08

What are people's thoughts re Rapidgel vs Tuffrock??

I prefer rapidgel purely cause it's less messy Embarassed

I like to ice, then rapidgel...once the rapidgel dries I put whatever boot/bandage I am using (travel/stable) and then it's just a matter of a quick hose to wash off if I can be bothered! Much better than scrubbing off the tuffrock...


I don't find Tuffrock/Swell Down too difficult to remove. It can be messy to apply, but if you don't want your hands dirty then you can always buy a pack of gloves.

I either let it dry & brush off (brush horizontally to dislodge it) or a combination of hosing/brushing.

When I was younger & worked in a racing stable nearly every horse was treated with Swell Down each night. We would hose or brush it off the following morning.

I don't event anymore, but I will still Tuffrock/Swell Down my horse's legs after dressage competitions. Usually I will hose off then apply.

Agree with a good farrier too. I have full X-rays of my WB.


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Re: Post XC/SJ Leg care [message #3251397 is a reply to message #3251249 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 11:51
  blackorlando  is currently offline blackorlando  
Messages: 3811
Registered: December 2005
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Brit wrote on Wed, 28 January 2015 19:10

Does anyone have any good recommendations for anything to read or study, in relation to fitness for XC? I have access to a fantastic coach for both showjumping and dressage but not one to get me set to tackle XC once I go up the grades.


When I was training for my first 1*3DE I drew up a plan based on a Kikuli training program - for ancient war horses! Unlike a lot eventers, I never do any 'gallop' training. My first 3DE the vet commented on how fit my horse was. At Melbourne 3DE he came off the XC with a heart rate of 60 at his first reading.

Up to pre-novice, as long as your horse is 'in work' they should pretty well be fit enough - especially if they are an athletic horse like a tb. A clydie cross might be a bit different. I am training my horse up for a pre-nov start next month after a couple of years off. We train dressage a couple of times a week, go for a walk through the pines once a week, and I take him to the pony club grounds for a big trot and canter with a few jumps once a week. That is plenty for him, I can feel him improving in his fitness every week.
 Topic: Good first HT
Re: Good first HT [message #3251349 is a reply to message #3232281 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 08:55
  berryc  
Messages: 140
Registered: April 2011
Location: Bunyip
Level 3
Bunyip pony club horse trials runs an open three, the water is a bit tricky but the rest is a nice mix of open and bush.
Re: Good first HT [message #3251398 is a reply to message #3251349 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 11:54
  blackorlando  is currently offline blackorlando  
Messages: 3811
Registered: December 2005
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Tonimbuk is running this year (in March).

It is pretty friendly for intro.
Forum: Advertising - Commercial
 Topic: WANTED RIDER
WANTED RIDER [message #3251328] Thu, 29 January 2015 07:14
  RocknHorse  is currently offline RocknHorse  
Messages: 151
Registered: December 2008
Location: Macedon Ranges
Level 2
Hi All,
I am after an experienced, confident rider to help train my endurance horses in Woodend. I would need you for a couple of rides per week.
Fun friendly people and horses, riding though the Wombat State Forest.
PM me!

Thanks
 Topic: Stable Stop - NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS!
Re: Stable Stop - NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS! [message #3251369 is a reply to message #3245676 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 09:58
  Jess_DHAC  is currently offline Jess_DHAC  
Messages: 7542
Registered: March 2008
Location: Central Goldfeilds
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 Topic: EOI- retirement agistment available
Re: EOI- retirement agistment available [message #3251396 is a reply to message #3251082 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 11:50
  MissMaddy  
Messages: 2790
Registered: August 2006
Location: hopefully one later this ...
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
Still available at the moment.
Top care assured on a lovely property with knowledgeable horse people.
 Topic: AGISTMENT AVAILABLE at GEELONG, 500mtrs from pony club
Re: AGISTMENT AVAILABLE at GEELONG, 500mtrs from pony club [message #3251405 is a reply to message #3241988 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 12:32
  Sparty2012  is currently offline Sparty2012  
Messages: 98
Registered: October 2012
Location: Geelong
Level 3
Bump Razz
Forum: Events for the Calendar
 Topic: Hallam Valley Pony Club Show Jumping Training Day
Hallam Valley Pony Club Show Jumping Training Day [message #3251363] Thu, 29 January 2015 09:39
  Llama  
Messages: 3730
Registered: April 2007
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name Hallam Valley Pony Club
type Show Jumping Training Day
date 14-2-2015
suburb Narre Warren
official no

See https://www.facebook.com/events/1626604864229248/?fref=ts


HVPC Junior Committee are hosting another showjumping training day which is open to all riders.

It will be held on the sand arena and feature a brand new course of poles, two walls, two dazzle boards, a water tray, a skinny and two plastic jumps.

$5 per round or $17 for four rounds which includes the $2 WGZ levy. Non-PCAV riders will also need to pay a $10 day insurance fee.

Gates will open at 8am and the approximate times will be:
45cm - 9.30am
60cm - 10.30am
75cm - 11.30am
90cm - 12.30pm
1.05m - 1.30pm
1.15m - 2.30pm

A ribbon will be awarded to each clear round and there will be a canteen on the day. Hope to see you all there Smile



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A setback is a setup for a comeback
 Topic: Donvale ARC Showjumping Day Sat 21st February
Re: Donvale ARC Showjumping Day Sat 21st February [message #3251325 is a reply to message #3251155 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 07:03
  Kantoo  
Messages: 243
Registered: August 2012
Location: Vic
Level 2
Nikki_172 wrote on Wed, 28 January 2015 11:47

What about those who have been assessed at a high level on another horse but have a young horse who is not up to the minimum level they must be assessed at? In my case, I have previously competed level 1 on my old Galloway which means I must compete at level 3 or higher. My young horse isn't ready for level 3 yet and I would love to get him some exposure at level 4.


Correct me if I am wrong, but I believe that you need to compete HC
Re: Donvale ARC Showjumping Day Sat 21st February [message #3251357 is a reply to message #3251325 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 09:16
karen  is currently offline karen  
Messages: 28
Registered: October 2005
Location: Donvale ARC
Level 5
Kantoo wrote on Thu, 29 January 2015 07:03

Nikki_172 wrote on Wed, 28 January 2015 11:47

What about those who have been assessed at a high level on another horse but have a young horse who is not up to the minimum level they must be assessed at? In my case, I have previously competed level 1 on my old Galloway which means I must compete at level 3 or higher. My young horse isn't ready for level 3 yet and I would love to get him some exposure at level 4.


Correct me if I am wrong, but I believe that you need to compete HC


Correct ^. These pilot classes are to capture those who have stopped participating in showjumping because they've pointed up to a level they are "uncompetitive" at.
Re: Donvale ARC Showjumping Day Sat 21st February [message #3251412 is a reply to message #3251357 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 13:04
  Nikki_172  is currently offline Nikki_172  
Messages: 1128
Registered: June 2006
Location: VASHC
Level 1 - Advanced

karen wrote on Thu, 29 January 2015 09:16

Kantoo wrote on Thu, 29 January 2015 07:03

Nikki_172 wrote on Wed, 28 January 2015 11:47

What about those who have been assessed at a high level on another horse but have a young horse who is not up to the minimum level they must be assessed at? In my case, I have previously competed level 1 on my old Galloway which means I must compete at level 3 or higher. My young horse isn't ready for level 3 yet and I would love to get him some exposure at level 4.


Correct me if I am wrong, but I believe that you need to compete HC


Correct ^. These pilot classes are to capture those who have stopped participating in showjumping because they've pointed up to a level they are "uncompetitive" at.


Fair enough, it was worth asking the question. I will just stick to CT and HT where I can do level 4 SJ until he is ready for level 3.
Forum: Book Club
 Topic: WTB - Twisted Truths of Modern Dressage
WTB - Twisted Truths of Modern Dressage [message #3251435] Thu, 29 January 2015 14:20
mooshine  is currently offline mooshine  
Messages: 22
Registered: January 2011
Level 5
Hi Guys,

just searching for the above book. hopefully someone on here can help me out.
Forum: General - Off Topic
 Topic: Facebook Down ??
Re: Facebook Down ?? [message #3251329 is a reply to message #3250984 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 07:22
  mlpc2  
Messages: 7169
Registered: January 2011
Location: the club of me :)
This computer will self destruct in 10 posts
Laughing Laughing Laughing Hey, Hep Cats! the world ended because faceslap went down.... serious;y there are better things out there to amuse ones self Confused Confused

so it went down and u all came here
 Topic: 2015 Healthy fit VHers
Re: 2015 Healthy fit VHers [message #3251330 is a reply to message #3245845 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 07:39
  itsnessa  
Messages: 1265
Registered: November 2008
Location: WARC, WPC
Completely Insane
That's amazing CB! That's some serious commitment, well done! Very Happy
 Topic: Osteosarcoma - how to deal with it?
Re: Osteosarcoma - how to deal with it? [message #3251355 is a reply to message #3251022 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 09:10
  djrayment  
Messages: 4100
Registered: May 2009
Step away from the computer,
I'm so very sorry for your loss, sjp. I promose that you will able to think about your beautiful boy one day, without the crushing feeling in your chest. IME the suddenness (is that a word), is really the hardest thing to deal with over the long term, but you have done the absolute best and most selfless thing for your boy, so keep reminding yourself of that.

If it helps, we've chosen to bury both of my dogs that lived here, here, for the same reason your mum gave. This is their home and they loved it here, and no matter where I am, I carry their memory with me so it seemed right for them to rest here. Probably sounds creepy, but I've even left a space for my kelpie x to be buried nnext to his brother, as they were so close that it seemed like the right thing to do. One day I will make them a garden, but for now logistics and my OH can only cope with having them here with us, in shady spot, where we can keep am eye on them.

Bloody rottis, they leave such big holes in our hearts when they go :'(
 Topic: Plastic Tubs
Re: Plastic Tubs [message #3251358 is a reply to message #3251285 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 09:18
  fluffy1  
Messages: 2955
Registered: November 2008
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
Icon 115 litre boxes made in Australia available from Bunnings
Not cheap but totally excellent
biggest tubs from KMart etc I have got are 90 Litres
they work fine too
 Topic: Recommendations for permanent home hair removal
Re: Recommendations for permanent home hair removal [message #3251348 is a reply to message #3250197 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 08:54
  Dharma  is currently offline Dharma  
Messages: 603
Registered: November 2008
Level 1 - Advanced
I wonder if this is any good

https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/silhouette-ipl-laser-hair-remov er/


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Re: Recommendations for permanent home hair removal [message #3251367 is a reply to message #3250197 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 09:50
  Chaseeau  is currently offline Chaseeau  
Messages: 4827
Registered: January 2009
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I have a Homedics Duo.

http://www.homedicsduo.com/

It doesn't work. Sad


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but none so much as the horses of war.
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 Topic: Adult dog food
Re: Adult dog food [message #3251370 is a reply to message #3246766 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 10:07
  megs  is currently offline megs  
Messages: 6706
Registered: May 2010
Location: PADARC
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3 weeks on the adult black hawk (mixed with puppy, tapering to nothing 2 days ago) and lil dog is MUCH calmer. Might be too soon to tell overall effect of food change, but he no longer resembles a kid full of sugar whenever a visitor comes Embarassed

The kid on sugar thing seemed to start when he stopped growing but was still on puppy food. Hopefully I have my sweety boy back!
 Topic: Bloody Garden Bugs
Bloody Garden Bugs [message #3251385] Thu, 29 January 2015 11:03
  Caitery  is currently offline Caitery  
Messages: 93
Registered: January 2014
Level 3
I am currently TRYING to grow some fruits & veg in my garden, but it seems the stink bugs have all grown up now & are infesting my garden, urgh!!! They've eaten all my strawberries & I know they will eat my tomatos when they start to ripen. I am aware we have a plague at the moment but I have tried everything in my power to get rid of them, soapy water (which did work for a little bit) I've tried the fruit fly spray as it has spinosad in it which is meant to kill them (doesn't work) & have recently bought confidor as recommended by 2 nurseries (doesn't work)

I don't want to lose my tomatos so if anyone has had the same problem, any suggestions would be amazingly helpful.

They're the red bugs with the bums that stick together for anyone who doesnt know what stink bugs are, I didn't either until I googled it haha!!

Thanks
Re: Bloody Garden Bugs [message #3251401 is a reply to message #3251385 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 12:16
  Isaboe  
Messages: 8197
Registered: January 2009
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Caitery wrote on Thu, 29 January 2015 11:03

I am currently TRYING to grow some fruits & veg in my garden, but it seems the stink bugs have all grown up now & are infesting my garden, urgh!!! They've eaten all my strawberries & I know they will eat my tomatos when they start to ripen. I am aware we have a plague at the moment but I have tried everything in my power to get rid of them, soapy water (which did work for a little bit) I've tried the fruit fly spray as it has spinosad in it which is meant to kill them (doesn't work) & have recently bought confidor as recommended by 2 nurseries (doesn't work)

I don't want to lose my tomatos so if anyone has had the same problem, any suggestions would be amazingly helpful.

They're the red bugs with the bums that stick together for anyone who doesnt know what stink bugs are, I didn't either until I googled it haha!!

Thanks


Ah, that's what they are...we have them every where Sad I will be watching this thread as I have been thinking about a vege garden and being extremely "brown thumbed", I need all the help I can get Rolls Eyes
 Topic: Duck lovers/owners
Re: Duck lovers/owners [message #3251342 is a reply to message #3223734 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 08:28
  TeganxxGracexx  is currently offline TeganxxGracexx  
Messages: 164
Registered: March 2011
Level 2

Unfortunately Frankie passed away last night. I'm just glad she doesn't have to suffer any longer. However I am heartbroken about losing such a special duck. Crying or Very Sad
Re: Duck lovers/owners [message #3251354 is a reply to message #3251342 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 09:07
  Rayhay  
Messages: 2609
Registered: May 2008
Location: Emerald
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
Sad RIP Frankie

Crying or Very Sad Crying or Very Sad Crying or Very Sad


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Re: Duck lovers/owners [message #3251362 is a reply to message #3251342 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 09:37
  Chaseeau  is currently offline Chaseeau  
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Registered: January 2009
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TeganxxGracexx wrote on Thu, 29 January 2015 08:28

Unfortunately Frankie passed away last night. I'm just glad she doesn't have to suffer any longer. However I am heartbroken about losing such a special duck. Crying or Very Sad


I am SO sorry to hear this. Both you and her fought so hard for so long. Sad

RIP Frankie.


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but none so much as the horses of war.
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Re: Duck lovers/owners [message #3251409 is a reply to message #3223734 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 12:56
  Bonnie  is currently offline Bonnie  
Messages: 1648
Registered: September 2013
Completely Insane
RIP Frankie Crying or Very Sad

At least she can now swim in peace quacking all she likes. Smile


The word 'good' is a bad word. It is elitist. Good is blind to those who try.

My thoughts are stars I cannot fathom into constellations.

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 Topic: Barn kittens
Barn kittens [message #3251426] Thu, 29 January 2015 14:01
  Chocolate  is currently offline Chocolate  
Messages: 143
Registered: September 2008
Level 3
]It seems our barn is the place to raise a family! Last year, a stray cat left 3 kittens in our shed and then disappeared. This year she came back with 4!

We're keeping Mumma cat (she will be spayed) but are looking for homes for the kittens. They have been living with us for the last 4 weeks and are the right combination of cuddly and playful! They have not been microchipped yet so are not being advertised, but if you know of someone looking, let me know.

If they have not already been de-sexed, they will be sold with vouchers for de-sexing, microchip and final vaccination (happy to organise it through buyers local vet - price for kittens will only be whatever the cost is for these procedures).

The black and ginger kittens have already found homes, but the tabby male and tortiseshell tabby female are still looking.

Some pics of the little monkeys.

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Re: Barn kittens [message #3251429 is a reply to message #3251426 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 14:03
  Chocolate  is currently offline Chocolate  
Messages: 143
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Re: Barn kittens [message #3251432 is a reply to message #3251429 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 14:08
  ceejayspony  
Messages: 620
Registered: February 2008
Level 1 - Advanced
Good luck finding them homes. They are very cute.
Not sure where you are but look on Gumtree. I saw a wanted add just before for 2 kittens so maybe look there as there is often adds for wanted Kitten.
Good Luck
Re: Barn kittens [message #3251434 is a reply to message #3251432 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 14:15
  Chocolate  is currently offline Chocolate  
Messages: 143
Registered: September 2008
Level 3
Thanks ceejayspony, I'll have a look.

Their Mum is a fantastic mouser and they would likely make great barn cats themselves, but they're also super smoochy and would spend all day playing/cuddling with my kids if they didn't have to go back to school!

We already have 3 cats (4 including Mumma) or else the would be staying.
 Topic: Free online courses for anyone interested
Re: Free online courses for anyone interested [message #3251384 is a reply to message #3251246 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 10:58
  Caitery  is currently offline Caitery  
Messages: 93
Registered: January 2014
Level 3
Do these courses come around every year?? Id like to do the nutrition one but missed the deadline??

Thanks
Re: Free online courses for anyone interested [message #3251431 is a reply to message #3246012 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 14:06
  djrayment  
Messages: 4100
Registered: May 2009
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Depends on the course, but some are on each year and some are on more often. If you surf the coursera website, there are loads of courses and they usually list the next course starting date in the specific course page.
Re: Free online courses for anyone interested [message #3251437 is a reply to message #3246012 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 14:24
  Plodder  is currently offline Plodder  
Messages: 99
Registered: March 2013
Location: Warrnambool
Level 3
The Equine Nutrition course opened up yesterday so I don't think you would have missed the deadline - go to the website & click on course & enrol - worth a shot!!
The Horse Course: Introduction to Basic Care & Management with University of Florida is comming up in March so you can express your interest in that course now Smile
Re: Free online courses for anyone interested [message #3251444 is a reply to message #3251246 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 14:44
  Groucho  
Messages: 21901
Registered: September 2008
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
Russinka wrote on Wed, 28 January 2015 19:01

I've been doing the Equine Nutrition one (and the Vet one and the very intense Sustainable Food Production Through Livestock Health Management )

The equine nutition one is good though I'm not loving the instructor.



Her accent through me for a while, but she grows on ya Laughing
 Topic: Bed bug fumigation- has anyone done it
Re: Bed bug fumigation- has anyone done it [message #3251338 is a reply to message #3251225 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 08:16
  cheveauxpark  
Messages: 13126
Registered: April 2008
Location: kooweerup
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
Whilst my moggies are always de-fleaed we felt some bites at one stage and put a flea/insect bomb in the bedroom and others around the house.
Pulled covers down and it worked a treat..we do it now at intervals just because we can...weather we need it or not..its done...peace of mind.


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Re: Bed bug fumigation- has anyone done it [message #3251365 is a reply to message #3251225 ] Thu, 29 January 2015 09:47
  Chaseeau  is currently offline Chaseeau  
Messages: 4827
Registered: January 2009
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I just did some research on this (don't ask me why- had to do with a small stuffed dust mite toy that I got free at work Laughing ).

Check your bed for bed bugs as well. They hide in the mattress and springs and also in the wall and floor.

You need to wash all your bedding and air it.

If possible, encase your mattress and springs (you can get dust mite covers from stores like Harvey Norman). They can live without feeding for up to a year, so keep the cover on for over a year).

Have no clutter around or under your bed.

Repair any cracks in the wall.

Put a form of bed bug inteceptor on the feet of your bed. You can buy commercial ones or make them yourself: http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in1022

I'd chuck out the sofa too, for good measure. Dead


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