Mike Frye’s latest invention, Bug Out Thermal Extermination System, has provided for many rental dealers that elusive cost-effective solution to bed bug infested merchandise.
The first version banked on its ability to super heat a delivery truck and the core temperature of mattresses contained within to 135 degrees Fahrenheit for at least an hour — the only proven method to kill both bugs and eggs.
The somewhat bulky contraption won over dealers with its effectiveness, not so much on its looks or bulky size and weight. See previous story.
Comments were noted and Frye modified and improved. The latest version of his bed bug terrorizer — a suitcase-sized, 30 pound, electric powered, fan driven powerhouse on wheels — is sure to win over even more advocates.
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