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Where Do Bedbugs Lay Their Eggs?
 
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Adult femail bedbugs leave eggs most commonly on the mattress, inside a box spring, behind peeling wallpaper, behind walls and baseboards, near the edges of rugs, and in the closets.

Bed bugs will lay their eggs anywhere they can. Anywhere bed bugs are dwelling and hiding they will also lay their eggs. They do not have a specific place they prefer to lay eggs. Bed bug eggs are hard to see and identify because they are about the size of the tip of a pen point and are clear to milkly in color.

They are extremely hard to see with the naked eye. However, if you use a flashlight and inspect your mattress closely, you may be able to see small mikly specs in the folds of your mattress. These are most likely bed bug eggs.

Our AllStop Dead Bed Bug Contact Killing Spray not only kills adult and adolescent bed bugs on contact it also kills their eggs. This is one reason our Bed Bug Contact Killing Spray is the ultimate solution to a bed bug infestation. Traditional pesticides suchs as foggers and bombings do not kill the bed bug eggs. This leaves the infestation to start its cycle all over again once the eggs hatch.

Once bed bugs hatch from their eggs they are not much bigger in size than the egg itself. They remain about the size of the tip of a pen point and remain the mikly white to clear color till after their first blood meal. If you actually see bed bugs crawling around your home this is a sign of a severe infestation, as bed bugs are not usually seen in homes because of their nocturnal and skitish nature.

It is just as important to kill the eggs as it is to kill the already hatched live bed bugs. Our non-toxic safe formulas are effective in killing eggs and live bed bugs alike.

 

 

Bed Bug Facts

    Bed Bugs are miniature pest the adult is smaller than a quarter of an inch in size that feed on the blood of animals and, most often humans.
    Although not able to fly the bed bug does possess the ability to move very fast and is prone to rapid spreading as a result.
    The Bed Bug spread is a common one, as these tiny creatures are understood to have spread from their origin in the Asian continent to the entire globe.
    It is hardly unusual to have an infestation of Bed Bugs, but what is important is that we understand where they live, how to spot them and what to do about them.
    The female Bed Bug will produce eggs each day; as she can live for extraordinary lengths of time over a year this results in a quick explosion of the Bed Bug population.
    The bed bug is active at night when we are sleeping and the primary clue to the presence of Bed Bugs is the presence of bites on the skin in the morning.
    The bed bug will feed during the night, and because it feeds on human blood it leaves behind marks of its being there.
    A bed bug feeds by spearing the skin and feeding in a tube with which it pulls out the required blood, and as such the victim will rarely be aware they are being bitten as they are generally asleep.
    After feeding which could be as long as ten minutes the Bed Bug leaves behind a red puncture which could swell and will itch continually, bringing irritation and discomfort to the sufferer.
    The problem with diagnosis is that the indications of Bed Bugs are very similar to those of other skin infections.
    Scabies leaves behind very similar indications to bed bug infestation, and some insect bites such as mosquito can also produce a similar tell tale bite.
    Bed bug bites will generally appear on skin that is exposed while we sleep the arms and legs, face and neck are all often bitten and it is to these areas we should look when looking for signs of the creatures.
    The Bed Bug is a night active mite and it likes to dine on our blood; it also likes to hide and this is why it lives in our beds and furnishings.
    Although the Bed Bug does not nest like a number of other insects, it does fall to suitable places, hence great numbers will hide together in the crevasses of a mattress, the inside of covers and linings and other dark and secure places.
    Bed Bugs are often carried into the home by people who have been abroad and have possibly slept on a number of unusual and frequently used beds.

    A Bed Bug problem is not always a case of dodgy hygiene, however, as a lot of hotels and guest houses have also been the source of infestations.
    Bed Bug infestations increase very rapidly; with one female insect laying around five eggs per day it is easy to see how quickly the colony can grow.

    To eradicate Bed Bugs you also need to remove of the affected mattress and any other things that may be home to the creatures.
    As bed bugs are very small and difficult to find, eradicating all the eggs and bugs with off the shelf treatments may not be guaranteed to be successful.
     
    During an infestation of bed bugs, all clothes, covers and linings that have been close to bugs or are suspected of having been should be thoroughly washed; if possible this should be done on the hottest setting possible in order to kill the bugs.

Last update: 09:11 AM Wednesday, February 10, 2010

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