Bed bug passive monitor placement- mostly directed to David(3 posts)
Alright so I have had my passive monitor installed for 3 weeks and no bed bug marks. I still have bites so I'm still a bit nervous but I definitely am feeling a little better at this point. However, it occurred to me that I am not sure if my placement is totally correct. I simply made sure that mine was at the head of the bed but I read somewhere on these forums that it should be placed higher, right at the top of the box spring. Mine is more in the middle as you can see in the photo. I am wondering if my placement makes it less likely for bed bugs to seek a home there.
By the way I have it placed on the side of the bed that I sleep on.
That is a perfect install as per the instructions.
If you are still getting skin reactions 7 days after install I would strongly advise you to downgrade bedbugs on your list of suspects and look for is actually causing the issue.
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