Do bedbugs suffocate when enclosed in plastic?

Answer On One Hand: Yes, EventuallyLike all animals, bedbugs require oxygen to live. Deprived of a steady source of the chemical, they will eventually lose their ability to breath and die. If bedbugs are ... Read More »

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Do bedbugs suffocate if encased in plastic?

Bedbugs will suffocate if encased in plastic. Bedbug-certified covers are available that cover the mattress and box spring so that they don't have to be discarded. However, encasing bedbugs in plas... Read More »

Do you suffocate when your heart stops beating?

The heart pumps blood to the lungs to obtain oxygen , then it pick up oxygenated blood and it return it back to the right atrium . The heart has to pump in order for Oxygen to be pumped to the ce... Read More »

When installing plastic on ceiling studs for a vapor barrier is there any reason black plastic can not be used?

Ceiling studs are called joists and why the hell would you want a vapor barrier on a ceiling?

Can you suffocate cockroaches in garbage bags?

Cockroaches can suffocate if placed in tightly sealed garbage bags made of thick plastic. Suffocation can occur naturally over time from a lack of oxygen or you can speed up the process by placing ... Read More »