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Bed bugs are tiny blood-sucking creatures and their bite can be nasty!

Bed bugs hide very well on beds and sides of mattresses. They can also get in your clothes, shoes, clothes hampers, linens, books and other stuff.

Bed bugs are so tiny that they’re not easily visible to the naked eye. Almost always you’ll know they’re there only after they’ve bitten you.

Bed bug bites look like multiple mosquito bites contained in one area of the skin. They are commonly small and red, but they can get bigger if your skin is allergy-prone. Bed bug bites don’t really hurt at all. But, they can be annoyingly itchy. It can become very discomforting that you can’t stop scratching. The constant scratching can cause skin irritation which in turn can lead to an infection.

The most effective way to treat bed bugs is to prevent an infestation. So, if you suspect you have bed bugs in your home, do a thorough inspection of the areas they commonly hide in immediately. Dust the beds. Change the linens. Check the linings of mattresses if you see any red-brown spots because those are the signs that bed bugs are living in there. Check cracks and crevices. Move furniture around and do a thorough sweep of your entire house. That will get them moving.

Get more tips for getting rid of bed bugs so you can clean up your home properly and keep it bed-bug free all the time.

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