Bed bugs are not easy to spot with the naked eye, but there are some ways you can help you determine if you have a bedbug infestation. First, be sure to check your bed and mattress for signs of these bugs. You should also check the surrounding carpets and furniture for signs of these bugs.
Bed bugs are usually less active during the daytime. They can hide in small cracks in furniture and baseboards. They can also hide behind loose wallpaper or other surfaces. Bed bugs spend most of their time hiding, unless they’re actively feeding. Once they’ve eaten, they spend a large portion of their time digesting their meal.
If you’ve found signs of bedbugs, you should remove them. You can use a flashlight or magnifying glass to see them. But if you can’t see them, you should consider calling a pest professional for help. They’ll know where to look and how to eliminate the infestation.
Bed bugs are tiny insects that feed on exposed skin. They’re 5 to 7 mm long, or about the size of an apple seed. They feed for a short time, then move a few millimeters away to feed again. Often, the bites form lines.