One of the most irritating pests on the planet is bedbugs. Why? Because people never see them coming until they have already been deluged. By the time the person knows anything, they are already scratching what they think may be bites from other insects, such as mosquitos. But, the truth of the matter is the parasitic bedbugs have quietly bitten and sucked blood from your body while you were deep in your slumber. They are known to attack in the wee hours of the morning according to experts, but no matter what time they come out the results are always the small, reddish bumps wherever the host (you) have been bitten.
There are a few ways you can tell if you may have bedbugs in your mattress. The first and most obvious way is to take a look at your sheets upon awakening in the morning. Bedbugs will leave a series of small blood spots on your bedding. If you notice these stains up near your pillow, inspect the mattress from that area first. Wherever you see the spots, there is a good chance that they are very near that section. But, you will have to work a little to see the bedbugs with your own eyes.
Sneaky and fast, bedbugs know how to stay out of sight. Still, if you take a close look all around your mattress, there is a chance that a cut or some other opening in it is where they are escaping to before you can get a glance of them. Sometimes, a mattress cover will work in ceasing their activity, but if they are deeply imbedded inside then you may simply have to get a brand new one.
Before bringing a fresh bed set into the room, hire a licensed professional exterminator to be sure that it is safe to haul in new furniture, pieces that can easily get infested by your aggressive bedbugs.
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