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  • Bed bugs get their name because they are commonly found in beds but can also be found in other places where humans spend a lot of time: hotels, airplanes, and couches.
  • Bed bugs can feed on the blood of any warm-blooded animal. Their most common targets are humans because, unlike animals with fur, we have a lot of exposed skin for them to bite.
  • Bed bugs are typically found in beds and small cracks and crevices. 
  • Bed bugs are typically found in beds and small cracks and crevices.
  • When Bed bugs feed, they inject the skin with their saliva (this keeps the blood from clotting) and an anesthetic (this keeps the host from feeling the bite and moving).
  • Bed bugs do not spread disease, but their bites can become red, itchy welts.


  • Don’t take mattresses or padded furniture that has been left at the curb or on the street.
  • Check your bed sheets for blood spots.
  • Keep your suitcases covered in plastic and off the floor when you travel.
  • When you travel, take a small flashlight to help you look for bed bugs.
  • When you return from a trip, wash all of your clothes - even those that have not been worn - in hot water to ensure that any bed bugs that may have made it that far are not placed into your drawers/closet.
  • Get rid of infested mattresses and box springs or cover them with a plastic mattress bag to trap the bugs.
  • Wash clothes and bedding in hot water, and dry on high heat.
  • Clean furniture and vacuum cracks in wood floors and doors where bugs may hide.
  • Shake out suitcases.
  • Bed bugs are hard to see, so if you think you have bed bugs, CALL BITE BACK PEST CONTROL TODAY

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