If you find bed bug stains on wooden parts of your bed, simply wipe it away with a rag dampened with cool water and a mild detergent, like dish soap. Keep heat away from the stain until you've done everything possible to lift the stain from the fabric.
Bedbugs (or bed bugs) are small, oval, brownish insects that live on the blood of animals or humans. They often enter your home undetected in luggage, clothing, and used beds or couches. Bedbugs
Bed bugs are named as such because they are primarily found on beds. To check your beds for evidence, remove all bedding and mattress encasements until the mattress is the only thing that is left. The mattress is the most common place where they will hide.
Sometimes infested pillows, comforters, mattresses, mattress covers, and cushioned furniture may show bed bug fecal stains, which are actually their dried excrement. Maturing bed bug nymphs shed or molt their skin during their developmental stages and this skin is sometimes found around the infested material.
How To Clean Bed Bug Stains If the stains you spot are on your mattress, try rubbing a dry washcloth on them. If the stains are recent, that may be enough to remove them. If that doesn't work, you can spray your mattress with a bit of a stain remover that contains enzymes.
The stains are from partially digesting blood and clustered in groups in areas that bed bugs inhabit. The spots will smear if wiped with a wet rag. Evidence of fecal spotting is usually visible in their typical hideouts, like along mattress seams, box spring edges, and corners.