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He said a lot of the problem stems from people self-treating an infestation, which he said does not work.

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Other people may not have the money to hire professional help. Additionally, should someone with bedbugs move, they are just taking the problem with them. When someone else moves into that residence, they now have a bedbug problem. But there are others ways to get bedbugs.

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For instance, Posey said movie theaters and doctor's offices are places where they can latch onto someone and go home with them. Students can also bring them home from school if another student comes to school with them. In , Posey trained a dog to sniff out bedbugs. Or they went to grandma or grandpa's house that they hadn't seen for a while and saw that they had them.

So they're getting pricing or wanting service or getting information. The Fairfield County Health Department has said bedbugs feed on human blood, but are not known to transmit diseases.

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It stated that adult bed bugs are reddish-brown, wingless insects about the size of an apple seed. Posey said he has never known anyone who has successfully self-treated a bedbug infestation. He said the chemicals in store-bought products do not work and some cases just push them from one room to another. In some cases, self-treating can be dangerous. Therefore, he said it's imperative to hire a professional bedbug killer. A professional uses both chemicals and heat to kill bedbugs. Some people who try to get rid of them pay a steep price, like those who may use rubbing alcohol to kill bedbugs.

We had a very similar situation quite a few years ago, anything you can wash do it immediately! Don't undress in the house. The bugs hold onto clothing very well and will travel room to room as well. I would have your husband shower for good measure too. Those bugs can live through a lot but heat is your best bet at killing them.

I used to work social services in a domestic violence shelter. We had a "bed bug protocol" that every new resident had to go through. Once he gets home, throw all his stuff in the dryer on high heat no need to wash in scalding water, the dryer works fine! Get a spray bottle and have him spray himself from the knee down with rubbing alcohol Bed bugs also don't like dryer sheets Good luck!! Those things are nasty!!!!! Thank you!! Maybe he can run and grab some dryer sheets and rubbing alcohol today. I can't get over my fury at his father, I'm off the rails angry.

UGH and he's miles away still and I keep feeling like I'm bed bug itchy hahaha.

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Heat will kill them best, better than most chemicals anyway, the dryer on high heat is indeed your best friend! Thanks for verification! I think I'm going to try washer AND dryer still, because our dryer is vaguely broken and only works on one setting. I addition to all of the great advice, I would have DH strip in the garage, bag up all of the clothing and shoes until it can be put in the wash, and I would have a bucket of warm soapy water plus towel or robe to greet him in the garage when he came home. Good luck! Luckily the washing machine is just through the garage door in the first room in the house too.

I'm the most meticulous planner any time we're leaving the house for more than 18 seconds Hubs loves it because he doesn't have to plan anything ; these brothers and their dad have all been winging this whole trip, no one has details, his brother slept through departure time and my husband didn't even have his brother's address?? Once he's back here, he's back under wife-planning until I think we're in the clear lol. Obviously he can watch for bites to see if he was in an area where they were feeding either in the bedroom or in a common area like a living room. Yeah turns out he and his brother are sleeping on the recliner and couch, not a separate bedroom.

My sister ended up getting them by reupholstering a chair she found. I'm over her house or she's over mine almost everyday and so when she found out she had them I was sooo freaked out. The exterminator said if I don't see them in 3 months or have any bites then we were fine. It's been 6 months now and haven't seen anything. As long as you check him when he gets home and throw all his clothes in the dryer you should be fine.


I had a bedbug infested apartment once, and successfully left without any critters by throwing everything I could even shoes in the dryer on high heat. Spray down the suitcase and car with many baths of rubbing alcohol. Baby bedbugs are basically invisible, which is what makes it hardest, but you're prepared and you got this!!! They will go to where a food source is, so they definitely won't be in a room that isn't used.

They literally only inhabit rooms where people sleep. Have your husband buy a new shirt and pants to wear home and before hitting the road take all his clothes to a laundromat and dry on high heat for 1 hour. It will kill any bugs that were in his clothes.

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As far as the suitcase, toss it! You don't want that crap following him home!!! Growing up we had a bed bug problem. But it was only in my room. Turns out bedbugs can stay in wall panels for up to a year without feeding. One day I was play fighting with my Friend and we cracked a whole in my wall and that night I went to sleep I woke up with like 50 bedbug bites and about 20 bedbugs under my sheets. My mom took all my clothes, clean and dirty, put them on high heat about 4xs in the dryer.

Then my step dad noticed 1 bug on the couch where I had to sleep on and flipped the couch and squished about bedbugs on the couch. The signs you have them are there will be black tiny dots along the folds of your bed and along base boards. Like thousands of tiny black speckles.

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