Bed bug travel pracautions getting around

by nobugsonme on March 6, 2008 · 1 comment

in bed bug dogs, bed bugs, bed bugs and travel

Not as quickly as bed bugs, but still.

The MSNBC advice on avoiding bed bugs while traveling has been around since June 2006. We added our FAQ on how to avoid bed bugs while traveling in October of that year (just two weeks after Bedbugger.com was born). Lots have sprung up in the interim, including the wonderful CBC video which shows one how to inspect a hotel room for bed bugs (clicking here loads a movie).

And then last week an article appeared in Smarter Travel, and today, one in Gadling.

The NY Times Health Blog post on bed bug dogs also sent people to the Gadling page today.

If more people learn how to search a hotel room (or even learn they should), then perhaps more people will discover bed bugs before they are bitten, and more will avoid bringing them home.


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1 lieutenantdan March 6, 2008 at 12:00 pm

I hope that my in-laws read this because they travel all the time, they do not inspect and they all think that I had lost my mind when I was at the height of my War with bed bugs. They seem to think that bed bugs are no big deal. Clueless.
What goes around comes around.

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