If water damage has left dark spots on wood, try dabbing gently at the stain with a clean, white cloth soaked in vinegar. Or brush hydrogen peroxide on the stain with a clean toothbrush once a day
Hopefully, these pictures of signs of bed bugs help you have a better idea of what to look when checking for a bed bug infestation. If you think you may have bed bugs, it's time to get down and dirty. But before you do, check out our handy step-by-step inspection instructions in the bed bug detection section.
To remove wood stain, start by using a paintbrush to apply a thick layer of stain stripper to the wood. Then, let it sit for 20 minutes, reapplying the stain stripper every few minutes to any spots that look dry. After 20 minutes, scrape it off with a plastic scraper, and wipe down the wood with a steel-wool pad dipped in the stripper.
For treating bed bug poop stains or blood stains on walls, mix together baking soda and water to make a paste. Apply the paste on the wall stains. Dab with tissue and let air dry. One of the best ways to check for bed bugs is to watch out for bed bug shells and blood spots on sheets. You can also see bed bug stains on walls, headboards and mattresses.
Simply fold up your rug and put it in a ZappBug for heat treatment, which will kill all bed bugs in all life stages. Alternatively, you can put the rug into your dryer on high heat for at least 45 minutes. This too is effective heat treatment and will kill any bed bugs.
Baking Soda Get those white marks—caused by hot cups or sweating glasses—off your coffee table or other wooden furniture by making a paste of 1 tablespoon baking soda and 1 teaspoon water. Gently