You have Carpet Beetles! Heat on clothing and bedding will get rid of them until a new bunch of eggs appear. Vacuum carpeting a lot and regularly, also shampoo with a steam cleaner monthly. Don't loan ANYTHING from your home to any friends or family members, as you will be spreading the joy from your Beetles will be on any item.
Bed bugs are a growing concern since they've become more common in recent years and are extremely difficult to exterminate. While hotels are high on the list of bed bug concerns, any public place can be a haven for bed bugs. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to prevent a bed bug infestation in your home.
About two months ago I started getting what appears to be insect bites on my body. The first time I noticed two bites on my penis. After that I gotten bit on my legs, on my arms, chest, and stomach. I thought it my be bed bugs but so far I have not found any bugs in my apartment. I should mention that my father is als
N ight time bug bites and stains on your bedding reveal that you've been invaded by bed bugs. Now you're finding them everywhere, including your dresser drawers and clothes closet. You're taking steps to get rid of nasty little pests, but now they're in all your clothes.
Spray your clothing with rubbing alcohol until you can get them to a laundry unit. Rubbing alcohol helps eliminate bed bugs on contact. Make sure you sort the clothing in infested and non-infested groups. Bag and separate the two sets into plastic bags to prevent bed bugs infesting the clean clothes.
Recently, I found some small light brownish bugs crawling over my shirts hanging in my wardrobe. They are quite tiny about 1 to 3 mm (upto 1/4 inch). It appears that they can only crawl but cannot fly or jump. Also, they do not bite. What are these? Are they clothing moths? I used a lot of moth balls which seem to decrease the number of these bugs but they are still around.