If bed bugs are in your car there is a very good chance you have carried them into your home or vice versa. The pest professionals at Green Pest Solutions have dealt with the dreaded bed bug before. If all else fails, or if you want to take some preventative measures to stave off another outbreak, please consider giving us a call to schedule a
To keep bed bugs from infesting your car, clean it on a regular basis and keep it clutter-free. Clean your home, office and luggage. If your car has been infested with bed bugs, they must have come from somewhere. As they can travel on clothes and luggage, make sure to give those a full cleaning.
Unless you have seen/captured a bed bug in your car, you probably need a professional inspection or bed bug sniffing dog, or a bed bug trap, to know for sure if bed bugs have spread to your car. If bed bugs are in your car you have a few options; heat, steaming, a NUVAN Pro pest strip or not driving your car for 18 months.
Ways to Check for Bed Bugs - How to Tell if You Have Bed Bugs? To check for the bed bugs, look at the area where they often visit. Places such as drawer joints, electrical appliances, seams of chairs, couches and in the cushions, curtains and junction, where ceiling and wall meet are some of the places frequented by the bed bugs.
Other signs that you have bedbugs include: Blood stains on your sheets or pillowcases; Dark or rusty spots of bedbug excrement on sheets and mattresses, bed clothes, and walls
You Can Have Bed Bugs And Not Know It—Here's What To Look Out For. If you suspect that you have bed bugs, it's time to look for them. Michael Potter, Ph.D., a professor of entomology at