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  1. Crazy Katie

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    After 5 different inspections by major pest control services. No bb's however I'm still being bitten on my arms which I sleep under my pillows and my legs. National bb hot line suggested I get s dog to come in. They only detect not treat. Pcp's will only treat when actual bugs are found. I am definitely bb crazy! So nervous to go anywhere or let any one come over. I have carpet beetles, and found what look like eggs in the caroet in my bedroom. Can bb's live in the carpet and should I remove the carpet?

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    Crazy Katie - 17 hours ago  » 
    After 5 different inspections by major pest control services. No bb's however I'm still being bitten on my arms which I sleep under my pillows and my legs. National bb hot line suggested I get s dog to come in. They only detect not treat. Pcp's will only treat when actual bugs are found. I am definitely bb crazy! So nervous to go anywhere or let any one come over. I have carpet beetles, and found what look like eggs in the caroet in my bedroom. Can bb's live in the carpet and should I remove the carpet?

    You have to place various types of monitors in your home. Glueboard type to pitfall type. And then see what gets captured.

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