Of course, bed bugs don't only hide in beds, so they could get on your clothing from any piece of furniture. Washing your clothes can definitely help with getting rid of bed bugs that have found their way into your clothes. You can drown bed bugs in hot, moving water.
Bed Bugs can not bite you through your clothing. Their bloodsucking mouth (so to speak) can not penetrate through fabric, your skin and reach a blood vessel. Keep in mind that even if you are wearing a long sleeve pyjamas there is no guarantee that bed bugs won't bite you.
Once you are sure there are no bed bugs in your apartment, you can unload the laundered clothes into your closets. If however, you still suspect bed bug activity, keep the clothes sealed in the laundry bags. This will ensure that the bed bugs do not re-infect your clean clothing.
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.
These pesky bugs can leave bite marks all over your body and be nearly impossible to get rid of once they have got comfortable! While bed bugs typically live in your bed, shoes, and other dark places they can live and travel in your clothing.
A bed bug infestation is a big deal. It can disrupt your sleep/life, and you may have no idea what is happening to you or how to stop it. Bed bugs are different from most other household insect pests and are much more difficult to live with and to get rid of.