In the bedbug resurgence, exterminators and entomologists blame increased immigration from the developing world.
Have you ever wondered how to avoid bedbugs when traveling and while staying in hotels? The rooms suspected of possibly having bedbugs are frequently known and rented out last. Hotels are taught to “deflect and not disclose” as a way to deal with bedbug questions. You really need to learn how to check a hotel room for bed bugs. To be extra safe, seal your items in an XL Ziploc bag inside the suitcase; in the hotel, keep the Ziploc sealed
Bedbugs are stealthy and fast-moving nocturnal creatures that were all but eradicated at one time. They have made quiet a comeback lately. The last thing you would want to do is wake up and find out you are not alone. That can freak you out. They are insatiable.
Some times we get caught in a situation where we rented a hotel room and need to know what to do. Most of the time the subject of bedbugs is something we would not like to discuss.
Tips on Bedbugs
- Ask if the room has ever had any problems with bedbugs.
- Inspection: Bedbugs are little creatures which are difficult to see or notice.
- What to do: To be extra safe, seal your items in an XL Ziploc bag inside the suitcase; in the hotel, keep the Ziploc sealed.