The bed bug signs on your mattress may include: 1. Bed Bug Eggs on Mattress. 2. Bed Bug Eggshells on Mattress. 3. Bed Bug Feces on Mattress. 4. Bed Bug Stains on Mattress. 5. Bed Bug Skins on Mattress (Cast Skins or Casings). 6. Nymphs on Mattress (Baby Bed Bugs). 7. Alive Bed Bugs on
Even if you keep your mattress clean and practice good habits in vacuuming, steaming, and flipping, bed bugs can still find their way in. Bed Bug Blocker's Zipped Mattress Protector is an excellent mattress cover to aid in your fight against bed bugs, dust mites, and other allergens.
How to Get Rid of Bed Bug Stains - Removing Mattress Stains Use a dry washcloth to scrub the spots on your mattress dry. Spot clean light stains with cold water and hand soap. Treat stubborn stains with hydrogen peroxide and ammonia. Reapply the cleaning process as necessary.
Blood stains will foam up on contact with hydrogen peroxide- blot at the blood that comes up with the foam immediately to quickly remove a large amount of the stain. When the hydrogen peroxide stops foaming on contact, allow the solution to sit on the stain for five minutes. Blot the mattress dry completely.
One of the main signs of bed bugs is rust colored or brownish reddish stains. You will see these in corners of your mattresses, on the bed's wooden frames, on your upholstered furniture, curtains, fabric couches and futons, carpets and even on the walls.
Bed Bug Sprays; There are several chemical based, easily available treatment options you can try to kill bed bugs. Bed bug sprays are one of the most preferred DIY remedies to get rid of bed bugs, and are available in alcohol, insecticide, pyrethroid or even 100 % organic and eco friendly herbal based treatments.