The following FAQs explain how to determine if you have bedbugs, and how to get rid of bed bugs.
Bed Bugs 101: the following four FAQs should be read by everyone:
Think you have bedbugs? Some dos and don’ts
What do they look like? How do I know I have them? What else could cause symptoms similar to bed bug bites? How can I detect whether I have them?
What do bedbugs and their signs look like? Where can I see photos of bugs, eggs, cast skins, and fecal stains?
What do bed bug bites look like? Where can I see photos of bed bug bites?
How to determine if you have bed bugs:
Identifying the problem: do I have bedbugs, or something else?
What bed bug monitors can I use to help detect if bed bugs are present?
Here’s how to rule out fleas, and treat them if needed
Make sure you also read about bed bug detection.
Thinking of hiring a bed bug sniffing dog? Here’s what you need to know.
Find out how to get a bed bug sample identified.
How to get rid of bed bugs:
pest control, treatment, pesticides, natural remedies, etc.
who pays for pest control treatment, and other legal issues
getting them out of your bed (and keeping them out)
Get rid of bed bugs in clothes, shoes, furniture, books, and other items
Miscellaneous (Traveling without catching bed bugs, how to deal with bed bug bites, and other FAQs)
travel: how to avoid getting bedbugs or giving them to others, what to do if you encounter them while traveling
How to avoid getting bed bugs from used furniture and other items
Skin and bed bug bites
What do bed bugs smell like?
How do I say “bed bug” in Spanish? Arabic? Swedish? Czech? (And 26 other languages…)
questions about Bedbugger.com and how to use it
To see a list and/or purchase products recommended on the site by Bedbuggers, see:
This page on Encasements and this one about other Useful Tools to help you get rid of bed bugs.
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