Where do you get bed bugs?

There are many ways one might get a bed bug infestation. The most common way is from recent travel. Bed bugs are extremely common in hotels, motels, nursing homes, large apartment complexes and dorms. Anywhere there are large concentrations of people residing in a small area bed bugs are not uncommon.

Many people unknowningly bring bed bugs into their home with their luggage or clothing after travelling.

Another common way to bring bed bugs home is from buying used furniture. When buying used furniture it is important to inspect for the presence of bed bugs. You can do this by looking in the folds of the material and underneath the furniture. If you find little dark brown or red specs, this is a sure sign of the presence of bed bugs.

Bed bugs are known as “the travelling bug”. They can hitch a ride home on your shoes or clothing. They do not like to touch your skin, so you probably won’t see or feel them on you.

If you have had recent visitors, they might have brought them with them. It’s not that you or your visitors are dirty people. Bed bugs do not judge by cleanliness, wealth or race. Bed bugs see one thing — blood. They are just waiting for their next blood meal.

“Where you bed bugs from?” is a much harder question to answer than “How do I get rid of bed bugs?” With our non-toxic AllStop Dead Bed Bugs Contact Killing Spray you can eliminate bed bugs from your home safely without worrying about harmful chemicals and your family’s health. Our formula when used as directed has a 98% kill rate and is safe enough for you to spray on your bed and immediately go to sleep.

Our Bed Bug spray is a contact killing spray and when used with our Diatomaceous Earth it is easy to eliminate your bed bug problem.