Bed Bugs Infestation Prevention Tips For Holiday Travelers
How To Avoid Bed Bugs Infestation When You Travel
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Information and checklist on what you need to do to avoid bringing bed bugs home
from your vacation.
As you and your family travel on holidays and vacations, it's important to remember that
many of the places that provide lodging for travellers may have some unpleasant unwanted
guests you need to avoid bringing home: bed bugs.
Although it isn't something they want to talk about, the hospitality industry can't deny that
bed bugs are a growing problem throughout such establishments.
While no one wants to be made a feast for bed bugs when staying in a
hotel, it would be even more disturbing to bring them home with you
and have to live with an infestation there.
Not only is the extermination of a bed bug infestation going to be expensive, often running
into thousands of dollars, it's also disruptive to life as a whole.
A thorough job of extermination is a time consuming process that can span weeks of
detailed cleaning and inconvenience for those who inhabit a property that must be cleared of
Therefore, it pays to be extra careful when you travel.
If you practice a simple routine of check-up upon arrival at your hotel room and when
returning home, you can greatly reduce the chance of bringing home these uninvited guests
in your suitcase.
Here's a simple checklist on how to best
avoid bed bugs when you first check-in to
your hotel room:
Upon arriving into your room, have a
travel flashlight and conduct a basic
inspection of your mattress since
seventy percent of the bed bugs in
hotels are found in these places.
Look around the headboard and in the gaps between the carpeting and walls where
bed bugs droppings, eggs and shed exoskeletons might be found.
Keep your luggage off of and away from the bed, the couch or any other upholstered
furniture in the room. If a luggage stand is avail