by nobugsonme on April 20, 2008 · 7 comments

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1 milly May 4, 2009 at 4:48 pm

Hi Maybe someone can help. I have been having the odd bite since october. I have had the pest man out three times, he has sprayed the house twice. He has also put insect detectors in my room and my childrens rooms. We only caught a carpet beetle and moth. I am still getting bitten with no sign of bbugs or fleas.Just got four more bites around pant area (yuk), usually they are on my lower legs. Thought it was the car(also no insects on traps) and work, no insects caught. Can anyone help? I have no idea where I am getting them from, my children seem to be bite free, even though my son occasionally sleeps in my bed. Cable bug has been suggested as has the feathers in my duvet. Would steam cleaning the mattress help, have already moved the feather duvet in an attempt to alleviate the problem. I am new to this site, not sure if i have put this in the right place, if not sorry,

2 Bunnybedbug May 24, 2009 at 9:52 pm

Hi – I have been having trouble getting my password to work on this site. I was able to post once and since that time it keeps saying the password is wrong. Have tried various things which didn’t fix the prob. Please help.


3 nobugsonme May 25, 2009 at 2:40 am

Milly, sorry I missed your comment. If you do see this, please come to the forums and re-post your question:

Bunnybedbug, Please use the comment form to get in touch with me. Or email: nobugs [at] bedbugger dot com. We can then troubleshoot your login issues. Please also let me know if you are trying to login via this side of the site (blog) or the forums. Thanks!

4 Uhlizza aka : u no (not sure if this will show) July 12, 2010 at 5:23 pm

Hi nobugsonme,

This is an awesome tool in fighting bed bugs, not sure how much money you guys get but I do see you have some big name advertisers… have you ever considered adding a “chat” part to the website? Not to make it into a social networking site, but that also would be helpful as we are isolated in our BB fights; just a thought!

It shows who is online: and it would be really nice to get and give immediate feedback. That is all: bb free for about a week now – but I found one around my the packing tape I put around my AC unit that would and did catch anything trying to sneak in in the middle of the nite… U.P.

P.S. I posted it in my wordy matter to my string: should I post it condensed version as a tip somewhere else? OR is this what you do.. find good tips and tag them? I also put packing tape (sticky side mostly exposed) around my outlets and light switches. That would catch em if they tried to crawl out of the walls.

5 nobugsonme July 13, 2010 at 6:39 pm


The site carries ads. But in most cases, we are paid only if people shop via those ads. Advertising allows me to keep the site going, but it’s mostly a labor of love and I do have a day job.

I will consider the chat box. Thanks for suggesting it.

If you have suggestions like your idea about putting tape on the AC, you can post them to the forums. You can also tag it (with words like AC, air conditioner, tape).

Posting suggestions on comments in the blog (as here) is not as helpful, because people are less likely to look at comments on old posts like this one. Hope that helps!

6 Sara Apel February 3, 2018 at 4:32 am

I may be posting this in the wrong area, but for some reason I couldn’t find how to register so I could post through the forums. My situation is as follows:
October 2017, I and several neighbors realized we had an infestation. I took my dog and moved out that night. I began treating my clothes and once they were done, I didn’t take them back in. This was a final straw in an ongoing saga with this complex, so I was moving no matter what. A pest control company inspected and said a chemical treatment was only needed, and even though I knew that would not be sufficient, they did the treatment. Two days later, I went back, and sure enough, they were definitely very much still alive. The majority of my belongings were taken to a landfill, furniture and the like. My clothes were treated by myself with high heat treatments at the laundry mat and taken to my friends place. The complex finally listened to my insistance that a chemical treatment was not sufficient, and a week later, the pest company came and did another chemical treatment with a different chemical, as well as a heat treatment. Two days after that, I took the items left from the treated unit to a storage locker about the size of a walk-in closet. I am now in a new apartment complex and with the exception of my clothes, everything here is literally brand new. The remaining items that are still in the storage unit I plan to leave there for a year, but I would really like to bring my tv. It was always on a table in my living room (which did have bugs, they were on my couch), but after the first chemical treatment, it was unplugged and on the floor for the second chemical and heat treatment, then moved to a storage unit, where it has sat for a little over 3 months. Literally everything else will stay in the unit, but do you think I’m safe to bring my tv to my new place, or should I wait?

7 Nobugs February 3, 2018 at 11:22 am

Hi Sara,
For future reference, or if you want more responses, this FAQ gives information about how to use the forums, including registering and posting:

As for your question, you seem to be asking if it’s possible that bed bugs are in your TV and could be transmitted to your new home. Experts tell us bed bugs don’t usually infest electronics. However, it’s possible, and likelihood would depend on where bed bugs were in your home, how many there were, and what effects treatment had on them. None of us can assess that, unfortunately.

Note that simply leaving items in a storage unit for a year won’t necessarily mean they are bed bug free— particularly if they’re not sealed. They can not only spread to others, but bed bugs could potentially bite a person or animal and survive.

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