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Anyone inexperienced with bed bugs will have little idea of just how intense an inspection for these bugs is to find all the pockets of a bed bug infestation. Your initial inspection must be thorough and you will need to return again for re-inspection after treatment and search just as thoroughly.
Are you squeamish? Better wear gloves. Strip back the covers and look for blood spots on the sheets. Stand up the mattress. Remove the box spring and flip it over. There is no way to find bed bugs in a bed unless you do. Inspect both carefully. Check every seam. A prime location for a bed bug is resting upside down on the underside of the box spring where the box rests on the bed frame. Look inside the box spring, too. You may even have to remove the stapled fabric to inspect inside. Also check the head board, if there is one, and look inside anything and everything that is stored under the bed. Bed bugs can hide inside shoe boxes, for example.
Bed bugs aren't limited to beds, and your inspection shouldn't stop there. Concentrate on furnishings close to the bed. Pull out dresser drawers and check inside and underneath the drawers and in all crevices. Like cockroaches, bed bugs like to squeeze into narrow spaces. Look under televisions, stereos, and other equipment, behind pictures, in the crevice behind the baseboard and even in stacks of clothing. Bed bugs are often found hiding in tack strips under wall-to-wall carpeting and behind baseboards. Be aware that bed bugs tend to crawl upwards. Also check drapes, wall decorations, and cracks in the ceiling-wall junction.
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