Look inside the curtains
Inspect all wall art
Examine the headboard
Check the corners of all furniture
Analyze the edges of the carpet
Peek under the phone
Survey the mattress and bed frame
Bedbugs being bedbugs, love everything about beds—including mattresses, box springs, bed frames, headboards, bedding and pillows. Typically, they live in an area 10 to 20 feet around where you sleep and sit, although it can be difficult to spot them. So, get out your flashlight and we'll help you discover some of their favorite hiding places.
The New Travel Size
Your chances of running into bedbugs rises if you spend time in places that have a lot of overnight guests, such as hotels or other lodging. No hotel is immune from having a bedbug infestation. Bedbugs arrive in hotel guests' luggage, clothing and other personal belongings. So travel prepared. If you're on the road a lot, don't forget to pack Pronto Plus® travel-sized spray.
Bedbugs: A National Nightmare
You may want to think twice when you say "sweet dreams, don't let the bedbugs bite." Getting tucked in with bedbugs has become a genuine nighttime fear. Experts say bedbug infestations have increased 500 percent in the past few years in all 50 states.