I have been staying with my sister for a few months and am about to move tommorow. I noticed a month or so ago she had bed bugs fleas and roaches. I went to the laundry mat today and washed all clothes and cloth matterials i have on high heat then nuked them in the dryer for 48mins then i double trash bagged it all and left it out in the car. I also sprayed raid bed bug and flee killer over the bags. I have a small toat and clothes basket and i soaked all the contents in the toat in the raid spray and the basket. I also plan to do soak the basket and toat plus contents agian the morning i move. Did i do enough. Im not bringing any furniture or big items just what i listed.
It is always a good idea to ask what to do BEFORE you do it, rather than after.
White and colorfast cotton is washed in hot water. Everything else is washed in cold water. Washing removes dirt and sweat, not so much bugs.
A dryer does not "nuke" anything. That term is reserved for the microwave oven and the atomic bomb and nothing else.
Your use of bags and insecticides sounds like "wishing and hoping".
For bed bugs get D.E. at any hardware store. Also get the puffer that is used to spray it. Spray the powder into bedding after the bed is made. D.E. is entirely safe for people and pets, but it grinds bugs to bits.
Fleas live mostly in carpets. Get powdered flea poison and push it into the carpets with a broom. Get liquid poison and a garden sprayer to spray the lawn.
For roaches get a small bottle of boric acid at the drug store, or a large bottle of Roach-Pruf at the hardware store. Take a small amount on the tip of a spoon and blow it in the general direction of any place you have seen a roach, any crack in a baseboard, and under sinks. Not in open floor areas or cupboards. The powder sticks to a roach's shell and dissolves the waxy coating so they dehydrate. They carry it back to the nest and pass it around and it wipes out the entire nest. One application is usually enough.