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Bed Bugs Have Returned with A Vengeance

Most people who live in developed countries have often heard of bedbugs in songs and fables as they were growing up but never knew that they existed. Unfortunately, they did exist and the return of the pesky bedbugs has become a reality in homes and hotels of Europe and North America, thanks to travelers whose destinations brought them to underdeveloped countries around the world.

Unsuspecting travelers have brought them back in suitcases and the like. So, they end up in our homes and hotels around the globe. This causes a domino effect, as the next hotel visitor is capable of unknowingly returning with them to their home. And it goes on and on.

They have always been a problem no matter where they were because they are difficult paths to get rid of. However, it is quite possible to do so with safe products that aren’t harmful. But, before you go out trying to treat an infestation, you have to know what actual problem you have. To begin with, these pests looks somewhat like roaches, only smaller. But they are reddish brown, flat and oval.

Usually, individuals know there is a problem because they have a reaction that causes them to itch after they have been bitten, because they were injected with a chemical while the parasite sucking on the blood of the host.

Although the thought of it is disgusting, it is not dangerous. More than anything, it is annoying because of the itching that will soon follow in most cases. The rash that can develop can often resemble a zipper. In other words, there are several little bites all in a row, which could be swerving or straight.

They are nocturnal, therefore they are most active at night. So, they want to be as close to the host as they possibly can. However, they could just as easily spread themselves out around the home into other rooms. But, they usually don’t go too far away from the bed, the mattress, and the surrounding furniture. Unfortunately, they are so small that they can hide in cracks in the floors and in the baseboards as well

And that’s why exterminate them them can be a little more difficult. They can also live for up to a year without even feeding! So, that means you will have to be persistent in order to resolve your problems. Besides the bites, another indication of infestation are spots of blood on your bed sheets and pillowcases. Treatment to rid yourselves of bedbugs include special mattress covers and powders that are non-toxic.

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Posted by Agent 001 - May 22, 2010 at 12:25 pm

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Bed Bug Video Presentation

Our tradeshow loop from 2008.



Posted by Agent 001 - January 28, 2009 at 11:03 pm

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Bed Bug Bureau Invades Canada

You’re invited to come and join the Bed Bug Bureau LIVE in Vancouver, BC on Monday November 23rd and Tuesday November 24th for the British Columbia Hospitality Industry Conference & Exposition!

We’ll be waiting for you in Booth #826 with presentations and free literature about our amazing bed bug treatment solution (you know… the one the exterminators don’t want you to know about!).

We’re so excited to be attending this conference and expect the turnout to be huge. Since it is focused on the hospitality industry we’re sure to see some of our commercial hotel clients. It’s going to be a blast and the weather is really mild so head out to the show. Stop by and say hey so we can put a face to your name.

We’ll also be circulating around the show all day long telling folks about our breakthrough Detect-Deter-Destroy solution for commercial bed bug management. If you have never seen one of our videos you’re in for a treat! We will have the big screen going the whole time so you can see first hand how easy it is for your cleaning and maintenance staff to manage bed bugs quietly as a simple daily housekeeping task — instead of shelling out millions on repeat exterminator visits.

We’ll also update the blog daily to let you know how the show is going and share any interesting stories we experience.

On behalf of the whole Bed Bug Bureau Covert Tactics Division, this is Field Intelligence Agent Dwayne Coots signing off for now!

See you at the British Columbia Hospitality Industry Conference & Exposition!

Posted by Agent 001 - November 22, 2008 at 3:53 pm

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