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Quote from Trav_Ragnar »Hello fellow members!
So unfortunately my bedroom has become infested with bed bugs. As for the most part my family and I are going to go through normal procedures to clean out my room, but I am in a predicament when it comes to cleaning my magic cards. My cards are stored in numerous places throughout my room, in numerous different types of storage. I have a few decks sleeved up in a fat pack box, around four binders of cards (two regular binders with binder sleeves and two binders in ultra pro binders that have built in sleeves), and then other cards in boxes. So the methods suggested to remove bed bugs in my room is through heat, spraying a detergent mix, and steam. Unfortunately all of these methods seem hazardous to cards. Obviously the water based solutions would damage the cards, but the other solution is to heat the room to 130F+. I'm sure this would be fine for the cards in boxes, not sleeved, but I'm afraid of the plastice melting on the cards sleeved and in binder sleeves. Has anyone shared a similar experience and could offer any kind of help? Thank you
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