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BRING BACK MEMORIES, NOT BED BUGS
December 18, 2012
Categories: Common Pests, Bed Bugs
Bed bugs are tiny parasitic bugs that feed on human blood and skin cells. They get the name “bed bug” from their preferred environment; beds or other areas people sleep. These tiny bugs are mainly active at night and unnoticeable. Toronto bed bugs have increased over the past couple of years, they do this by hitchhiking their way to your bed on any fabric. You can get bed bugs from public spaces like theatres, hospitals, public transit, schools, or offices. You can also bring them back with you from vacation in your suitcase and clothes from your hotel, motel, or hostel.
Bed Bugs can attach themselves to your clothing and suitcase. This is why you must take extra precaution while travelling. One bed bug can multiply to 37, 710 bed bugs in only nine months! Yuck. That reason alone can make anyone be extra careful about bringing these invasive pests back with you.
Below is a quick checklist to ensure a bed bug free vacation
BEFORE YOU LEAVE:
Note: Just because you can’t see them doesn’t mean they might not be there- so make sure you keep your suitcase and clothes off the floor, as a precaution
WHEN YOU GET HOME:
If you are dealing with GTA or Toronto bed bugs give us a call toll free at 1-800-263-5055 or get an online quote today.
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