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  1. briantaylor

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    Posted 1 year ago
    Sun Nov 13 2016 19:10:51
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    I was diagnosed with bed bugs in my bedroom. A dog came and sniffed the rest of the one-bedroom apartment. He didn't find any. There were 2 fecal spots on the mattress of the bedroom. This is my first time dealing with bed bugs. I didn't know of this site and I slept on my couch as I thought that that would be a good thing since it was a "clean" room. Now I realize I MIGHT have made a HUGE mistake!?!? Should I put my bed back together and sleep in the bed? I did tape and put vaseline all over the door frame so the bugs wouldn't travel OUT. Please advise. I'm really upset about this.

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    Posted 1 year ago
    Mon Nov 14 2016 11:15:55
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    Hi,

    Best advice is to stop and have a good read.

    Only 2 faecal traces indicates a light issue which should be easy to resolve.

    By working through the FAQ and useful tools sections you will understand not only what to do to help the current issue but also what you can do to prevent it happening again.

    Yes it can be stressful but in general once you understand it well enough you can get back on track easily.

    Hope that helps.

    David Cain
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  3. briantaylor

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    Posted 1 year ago
    Mon Nov 14 2016 16:42:01
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    Can I just say David... "Thank you." Your reply was calming and much needed and appreciated. I wish I could send you some chocolates or flowers to say "Thank you!"

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    Posted 1 year ago
    Tue Nov 15 2016 11:29:48
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    Hi,

    I cant do chocolates (non dairy), flowers not my thing but if you want to say something nice about this site or any of mine on social media or Google+ its always appreciated. Mainly because it helps others find the good information and not worrying too much.

    David


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