Yes, they can, basically if your wall has crevices and cracks that can fit a business card, then it is also a potential home for a bed bug. Walls have all sorts of appliances next to it and also different defects. A defect here stands for cracks in the wall, peeling wallpaper, loose sockets, broken baseboards, etc.
No, bed bugs usually won’t live in pillows but will occasionally stay there. Sure, you might see bed bugs in your pillow when you manage your bedding but chances of them hiding there instead of your mattress are pretty low. However, underneath your pillow, that place is something that bed bugs love – the darkness and the close distance to the host, e.g. you.
Bed bugs exist for one purpose – to drink blood from their host. In most cases, this host is human. To drink blood, they need a host that’s not moving … Read more
As we all know, bed bugs love all your furniture and they prefer to live there. Out of all the furniture out there, the couch is the most critical one … Read more
As we all know, bed bugs aren’t that meticulous when it comes to their place of living. Wherever you can’t see them, that’s a good spot for them to live … Read more
Bed bugs seem to have more going for them than against. We mean these parasites can even give the grizzly bear a fair fight when it comes to hibernation. Bed … Read more