There’s nothing more terrifying than seeing your house getting infested with bed bugs. Your bed, mattress, clothes, carpets, and rooms all become infested pretty quickly and you’re left there in … Read more
When talking about bed bugs, we often mention sealable plastic bags in terms of disposing of infested objects, as well as suffocating bed bugs. Having this in mind, it’s normal … Read more
One of the main reasons as to why bed bugs are such challenging pests to deal with is their expertise at hide and seek. It doesn’t help that these parasites … Read more
Bed bugs are one of the most resilient pests on the planet. As we’ve learned from the previous article regarding bed bugs and cold conditions, they can survive both very … Read more
If you’ve read our previous articles on bed bugs, you’ve learned that they hate heat. People usually use heat treatments to kill bed bugs and it’s proven that this kind … Read more
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.