Bed bugs are tough creatures, so they can adapt to such conditions like hot or cold. But will cold kill bed bugs? Can bed bugs keep living under very cold temperatures?

They can live well between 45°F and 100°F. What will make them die is the heat over 113°F. It’s almost impossible to have a temperature over 113°F by natural ways.

First you must know that natural cold outside will not kill bed bugs. Because bed bugs can easily survive up to 45°F and they will push their chances under it.

You must pick all those items together and put them into a freezer which has a temperature under 0°F. What you must do after this is to wait for a few days to make sure that all bed bugs inside are dead.

Yes, freezing bed bugs will kill them. But this is not an effective way to get rid of bed bugs. Because what you can achieve by freezing some items is only to get rid of bed bugs which are already inside those items.