How Do Bed Bugs Hide

Where Do Bed Bugs Hide?

They can fit almost anywhere. So where do bed bugs hide? Here are the TOP 8 bed bug hiding places, plus other spots that will surprise you. Learn where to look for them here.

What good is knowing where to look if you don’t know what you’re looking for?If you don’t already know what bed bugs look like and aren’t aware of the other signs you have bed bugs, take a quick look now. I’ll wait right here.

To understand where bed bugs hide, you need to know a little about their behavior. They are stealthy creatures that feed on human blood in a “hit and run” pattern. They come out (usually while you’re sleeping) only to feed. As soon as they’ve had their meal, they scurry back to their hiding places until it’s time for them to make another food run.

Typically, they hide near the food source, soyou will usually find them within 5 feet or so of the places you spend prolonged periods of time.As an infestation grows, they do tend to spread further away from the main feeding area, though.

NOTE:The lists below only account for bed bug hiding places in areas where people are living. They don’t account for how the hitchhike their way into your life in the first place.

So without further ado, here are the.

Top 8 Bed Bug Hiding Places

According to a study of infested living environments conducted by the University of Kentucky, this was the breakdown of the most frequent places where bed bugs were found to be hiding:

  1. Box Spring (34.6%)
  2. Couch and/or Chair (22.6%)
  3. Mattress (22.4%)
  4. Bed Frame and/or Head Board (13.4%)
  5. Other (3.1%)
  6. Walls and/or Ceilings (2.3%)
  7. Baseboard (1.4%)
  8. Dresser and/or Night Stand (0.2%)

What about that "Other" 3.1% in the number 5 position? The study didn’t break it down. It was a combination locations that individually did not make the list.

Where Else Do Bed Bugs Hide?

This is a "usual suspects" kind of list of typical hiding places:

  • Clothing
  • Bedding
  • Curtains
  • Luggage, handbags, gym bags and backpacks
  • Luggage racks (in hotel rooms)
  • In/around clutter (particularly on the floor)
  • Closets (mostly near the sleeping area)
  • Coffee tables and end tables (especially if bedbugs are found in a nearby sofa or chair)
  • Under rugs and at carpet edges

Surprising Places Where Bed Bugs Hide

Bed bugs have been found in all kinds of places, so this is not an exhaustive list by any stretch of the imagination.

  • Behind/Inside electrical outlets and switch plates
  • Behind pictures and in/around picture frames (same goes for mirrors)
  • In wallpaper seams
  • Door and window moldings
  • Door hinges
  • Electronic devices (Cell Phones,Computers, TVs, Stereos,etc.)
  • Books
  • Toy boxes
  • Dog beds and dog/Cat cages
  • Laundry rooms (from infested clothing lying around)
  • Cars

You might be thinking, “This doesn’t help me a bit – they could be anywhere!” So, keep this in mind.

The reality is (nearly all the time) bed bugs hide in and very near the location where they feed.That means places that you rest for long periods of time – namely your bed – and wherever you “lounge” when you’re not sleeping. (Sofa, computer desk, gaming chair – whatever your seat of choice might be).

Finally, lest you feel totally defeated and overwhelmed, I give you. (big sigh of relief!).

5 Places Bed Bugs Do NOT Hide (usually)

If you do find them in these places, you may have a very advanced infestation on your hands.(In that case, jump on over to the Bed Bug Pest Control section, because you need to take action as soon as possible.) Just don’t do anything until you at least read the bed bug control ‘no-no’s.

  • Kitchens (unless this is your “lounging area”)
  • Bathrooms – especially not the bathtub
  • Garages
  • Unfinished Basements
  • Any rooms that are not often in use

Now that you know some answers to the question "where do bed bugs hide", it’s time to learn how to find bed bugs in their hideouts and how to do it without helping them spread.

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Bedbugs are small, oval, brownish insects that live on the blood of animals or humans. Adult bedbugs have flat bodies about the size of an apple seed. After feeding, however, their bodies swell and are a reddish color.

Bedbugs do not fly, but they can move quickly over floors, walls, and ceilings. Female bedbugs may lay hundreds of eggs, each of which is about the size of a speck of dust, over a lifetime.

Immature bedbugs, called nymphs, shed their skins five times before reaching maturity and require a meal of blood before each shedding. Under favorable conditions the bugs can develop fully in as little as a month and produce three or more generations per year.

Although they are a nuisance, they are not thought to transmit diseases.

Where Bed Bugs Hide

Bedbugs may enter your home undetected through luggage, clothing, used beds and couches, and other items. Their flattened bodies make it possible for them to fit into tiny spaces, about the width of a credit card. Bedbugs do not have nests like ants or bees, but tend to live in groups in hiding places. Their initial hiding places are typically in mattresses, box springs, bed frames, and headboards where they have easy access to people to bite in the night.

Over time, however, they may scatter through the bedroom, moving into any crevice or protected location. They may also spread to nearby rooms or apartments.

Because bedbugs live solely on blood, having them in your home is not a sign of dirtiness. You are as likely to find them in immaculate homes and hotel rooms as in filthy ones.

When Bedbugs Bite

Bedbugs are active mainly at night and usually bite people while they are sleeping. They feed by piercing the skin and withdrawing blood through an elongated beak. The bugs feed from three to 10 minutes to become engorged and then crawl away unnoticed.

Most bedbug bites are painless at first, but later turn into itchy welts. Unlike flea bites that are mainly around the ankles, bedbug bites are on any area of skin exposed while sleeping. Also, the bites do not have a red spot in the center like flea bites do.

People who don’t realize they have a bedbug infestation may attribute the itching and welts to other causes, such as mosquitoes. To confirm bedbug bites, you must find and identify the bugs themselves.

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Signs of Infestation

If you wake up with itchy areas you didn’t have when you went to sleep, you may have bedbugs, particularly if you got a used bed or other used furniture around the time the bites started. Other signs that you have bedbugs include:

  • Blood stains on your sheets or pillowcases
  • Dark or rusty spots of bedbug excrement on sheets and mattresses, bed clothes, and walls
  • Bedbug fecal spots, egg shells, or shed skins in areas where bedbugs hide
  • An offensive, musty odor from the bugs’ scent glands

If you suspect an infestation, remove all bedding and check it carefully for signs of the bugs or their excrement. Remove the dust cover over the bottom of the box springs and examine the seams in the wood framing. Peel back the fabric where it is stapled to the wood frame.

Also, check the area around the bed, including inside books, telephones or radios, the edge of the carpet, and even in electrical outlets. Check your closet, because bedbugs can attach to clothing. If you are uncertain about signs of bedbugs, call an exterminator, who will know what to look for.

If you find signs of infestation, begin steps to get rid of the bugs and prevent their return.

Bedbug Treatments

Getting rid of bedbugs begins with cleaning up the places where bedbugs live. This should include the following:

  • Clean bedding, linens, curtains, and clothing in hot water and dry them on the highest dryer setting. Place stuffed animals, shoes, and other items that can’t be washed in the dryer and run on high for 30 minutes.
  • Use a stiff brush to scrub mattress seams to remove bedbugs and their eggs before vacuuming.
  • Vacuum your bed and surrounding area frequently. After vacuuming, immediately place the vacuum cleaner bag in a plastic bag and place in garbage can outdoors.
  • Encase mattress and box springs with a tightly woven, zippered cover to keep bedbugs from entering or escaping. Bedbugs may live up to a year without feeding, so keep the cover on your mattress for at least a year to make sure all bugs in the mattress are dead.
  • Repair cracks in plaster and glue down peeling wallpaper to get rid of places bedbugs can hide.
  • Get rid of clutter around the bed.

If your mattress is infested, you may want to get rid of it and get a new one, but take care to rid the rest of your home of bedbugs or they will infest your new mattress.

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Bedbug Extermination

While cleaning up infested areas will be helpful in controlling bedbugs, getting rid of them usually requires chemical treatments. Because treating your bed and bedroom with insecticides can be harmful, it is important to use products that can be used safely in bedrooms. Do not treat mattresses and bedding unless the label specifically says you can use them on bedding.

Generally it is safest and most effective to hire an experienced pest control professional for bedbug extermination.

Sources

University of Kentucky College of Agriculture: "Bed Bugs."

Ohio State University Extension Fact Sheet: "Bed Bugs."

The New York City Department of Heath and Mental Hygiene: "Stop Bed Bugs Safely."

University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension Lancaster County: "Managing Bed Bugs."

Where do Bed Bugs Hide? Shining a Light on the Problematic Pests

The last thing anyone wants to think about are bed bugs hiding just out of plain sight, but it’s a reality. They don’t discriminate between clean/organized and dirty/messy environments, or public and personal spaces. However, cluttered environments with multiple hiding places can make bed bug control more difficult. Bed bugs can be attracted to many different warm-blooded vertebrate hosts (e.g., rodents, dogs, cats); however, humans are the preferred host. Bed bugs live in a variety of environments associated with humans. These insects are attracted towarmth, moisture from your body, and CO2and can detect these host seeking cues from approximately three feet away. Where bed bugs hide is related to blood meal host availability and blood feeding relies heavily on their ability to stay under cover until the opportunity arises. Let’s look at the most commonly asked questions about where bed bugs typically hide.

Where do Bed Bugs Hide During the Day?

Bed bugs are nocturnal and mainly active at night, so what happens when the sun comes up? Bed bugs do not usually crawl for long distances and they don’t have wings so they tend to stay near potential blood meal hosts.Evidence of where bed bug infestationsmay be found in a bed room include: bed frame, mattress and box spring. Bed bugs are only attached to hosts’ bodies during blood feeding. In between blood meals, bed bugs can also be found nearby on furniture, behind wallpaper and under the edge of carpet. Their flattened shape makes it easy for the parasites to quickly hide in cracks and crevices, including walls, wood floors, electrical outlets and other narrow spots inside and outside your home or other area.

While bedrooms tend to harbor more bed bugs than other household locations, it should be noted that they can hide anywhere people tend to sleep or rest. Some examples of other hiding spots include: Cushions in movie theaters and airplanes, seats in buses and cabs, chairs in break rooms, storage areas, offices or lounges with upholstered furniture. To minimize the risk of a bed bug infestation, consider taking precautions such as putting your purse on your lap instead of on the ground at an airport, and placing luggage in the bathroom on a hard, uncarpeted service in hotel rooms until you inspect the room for any potential signs of bed bug activity.

Can Bed Bugs Hide on Your Body?

Bed bugs gravitate towards people who remain inactive (e.g., sleeping) long enough to provide a blood meal, though you don’t need to worry about where bed bugs hide on your body for long term periods. Unlike ticks, bed bugs don’t attach themselves to a human host, but can be transported by humans in their belongings such as a coat, luggage or furniture. Once established,bed bugs will instead travel from a hiding spot 5-20 feet away to blood feed. The blood feeding process usually laststhree to 10 minutes. While most people don’t know they’re being bitten during blood feeding, bites can result in itchy welts caused by a reaction to bed bug saliva and this can cause discomfort for up to a week or more. Once the blood feeding is complete, bed bugs retreat to their hiding spots to digest the blood. Male and female bed bugs require a blood meal between each of five nymphal stages. Once they reach adulthood, blood fed female bed bugs use the protein from the blood to develop eggs after mating. Under favorable conditions with access to blood meal hosts, the time between feedings usually ranges between five to 15 days and females can lay 10-50 eggs each batch. Bed bug adults are about the size of an apple seed.

Where do Bed Bugs Hide Their Eggs?

After mating, adultfemale bed bugs hide their eggs in secluded places. They’ll try getting as close to a food source as they can, and look for cracks and crevices, even seams of mattresses, mattress tags, and other hard to reach areas. A sticky substance produced by the female bed bug helps eggs stick to surfaces and each female can potentially producehundreds of eggsduring their lifetimes. Bed bug eggs are tiny and white, about the width of a spaghetti noodle, and are difficult to observe closely without magnification. When temperatures are above 70°F, eggs can hatch in 7-10 days and this process takes longer at lower temperatures. Newly hatched nymphs (immature bed bugs) immediately go in search of a blood meal. Knowing where bed bugs hide their eggs can help investigators identify a potential issue and, help stop the issue from becoming an infestation

Don’t wait to find out where bed bugs may be hiding in your house. If you suspect that you may have a bed bug issue, considercontacting a Terminix® pest control professionalto schedule an inspection.

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ARE TICKS DANGEROUS?

The majority of ticks will deliver painless bites without any noticeable symptoms. However, some ticks can carry a variety of bacteria and pathogens for disease. Although not all ticks are dangerous, you don’t want to risk coming into contact with these blood-sucking insects.

Are Bed Bugs Contagious?

Bed bugs are not too picky about where and when they catch a ride and don’t necessarily have a preferred mode of transportation, so it’s no surprise how many people wonder, are bed bugs contagious?

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Where do bed bugs hide

In this inspection procedure we will layout exactly where do bed bugs hide. These are the must-inspect bed bug locations to help you prepare for your treatment. By reviewing each specified location below, you will learn how to do a full treatment to get rid of your bed bugs entirely .

We will layout the following in list which you may click on to view in more detail the inspection process for that specific item or location.

  • Mattress
  • Boxspring
  • Mattress encasements
  • Pillows and pillow cases
  • Sofa and cushions
  • Recliners and furniture
  • Bed posts and wooden frames
  • Dresser drawers
  • Base boards
  • Electrical wall outlets
  • Window sills
  • Picture frames

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Where to look for bed bugs on your mattress

Pay attention to these areas on the mattress.

  1. Remove all sheets and pillows
  2. Inspect piping / seam of mattress for visual staining
  3. Inspect mattress seams and stitching
  4. Inspect tags, labels, buttons, and air screens on your mattress

Upon your inspection, you will want to review any evidence of bed bugs which you can view the images below. If you find evidence of bed bugs that looks similar to the images below, you may wish to consider a residual treatment to keep away the bed bugs completely.

Fecal matter on your mattress.You want to be aware if there any dark spots on your mattress. This is usually the excrement of the bed bug after it has been feeding on you or your family members. Also, there is dark black spots/stains when people roll over on these bed bugs. This causes the bed bug to explode and pasting blood stains your mattress.

Look for bed bugs in the seam of the mattress.A common hiding location for bed bugs is found in your seam of mattress. This is also a first location one does when sleeping in hotels or guest houses. If there is a bed bug infestation, you will usually live bed bugs crawling in the seams of a mattress or around the box springs and headboard.

Bed Bugs: Where Do Hide & Come From?

The bed bug is a well known domestic insect lives in human…

  • Residences
  • Hospitals
  • Hotels and
  • Other places

This tiny insect has the power to affect our regular lives by biting our skin. We can’t even sleep properly for its bites.

This biting causes different skin problems. We can hardly identify the sources of bed bugs where the can hide. Here in this article, I am going to describe the topic…

Before starting the discussion…

I would like to tell you some basic information about bed bugs.

This will encourage you to know the places where we can find the bed bugs.

What Is A Bed Bug?

7 Things You Should Know About Bed Bugs

The bed bug is scientifically known as Cimex lectularius and comes from cimicid family.

This insect has different stages of life.

The bed bug of the primary stage is called the nymph. Bed bug requires human blood to feed and to grow from nymph to adult size.

It bites on our skin with its beak and inserts saliva and sucks blood.

They appear in our house due to our body heat and the carbon dioxide we release, room temperature etc.

Usually,

This insect bites us when there is low light in our room.

Bed Bugs Hide

Where Do Bed Bugs Hide?

If you are about to trace the hideouts of bed bugs, you should be aware of their behavior first.

Bed bugs have the pattern of“hit and run”feeding.

They come outside only to get the element (blood) to live and reproduce.

You will get them only they run out of foods. Then…

Where do bed bugs come from?

You will find bed bugs hiding at a distance of5 feetaround as they require to stay close to the food source. As they are small, they can easily hide their body within the small cracks, under the beddings, behind furniture etc. Bed bugs can’t fly or jump.

So,

There’s rare chance to stay far or hide. They can crawl to their destined places and come out when they feel to have food. Dark, robust places are more favorable to them.

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Where Do Bed Bugs Hide During The Day?

Bed bugs hide in the places nearby us.

Their most common day hideouts are…

…the beds, beddings, mattresses etc.

But

These are also the things where bed bugs hide during the day behind or beside them.

Sometimes

They are found hiding behind your favorite painting frames, electrical outlet covers, bookshelf etc. They keep themselves out of reach during daylight and come to feed at night.

Bed bugs hide in some less common areas like the clothing, bags, luggage, purses etc.

Where Do Bed Bugs Hide During The Night?

Well, the night is preferable to bed bugs than day time. They choose this time to come out mostly rather hiding in their spots.

Bed bugs love to come from the night hideouts and fulfill their needs.

These hideouts can be your bed, nooks, and crannies of baseboards, couches, chairs, clothing and some other furniture.

Somehow,

They stay out of the light behind or beneath these things.

You may find them in the cracks of walls or ceilings, the corners of rooms where light hardly reaches.

Sometimes

These bed bugs hide under the rugs, carpets, dog beds, in the laundry room.

There are more places where these little insects stay at night those will surprise you.

Where Do Bed Bugs Come From?

Perhaps this is the most common question about bed bugs. We almost look for the source of bed bugs rapidly when we have an infestation in our house.

Let’s take a look at the name of this insect, bed bug.

This means they are named after the bed from where they come most of the time.

Bed bugs also come from the…

  • Mattresses
  • Cushions
  • Behind or under the furniture
  • Luggage
  • Wardrobe etc. places.

How Do Bed Bugs Form?

The appearance of bed bugs in our homes can start from just a presence of afertile femalebed bug.

A female bed bug canlay 200-500 healthy eggsthroughout its lifetime.

The daily rate oflaying eggs is about 2-5 a day.

(It’s not the accurate amount, I can say it approximately.)

That’s how the beginning of infestation occurs. Here is a misconception we have about bed bugs. We think that bed bugs won’t come in a neat and clean place.

But it’s totally wrong.

Bed bugs don’t care whether your room has dirt or not.

…bed bugs are extreme hitchhikers.

They form in the places where human population density is large. Adding to these, bed bugs may form if you are a frequent traveler.

Bed bugs travel inside the luggage and clothes those you carry with you when you move to different areas.

Especiallywhen you are staying in a hotel having an infestation, bed bugs may come with you.

Are Bed Bugs Active During The Day?

There goes another myth…

…bed bugs don’t bite during the day. Ha ha…

It’s obvious that bed bugs do bite at night in general.

But

As I have mentioned that bed bugs come to human due to their body warmth and chemical, bed bugs maybite them during the day.

When the duration of a bed bug’s feeding is longer and if it needs to feed again, then there’s a possibility to appear in the day.

How To Find Bed Bugs During The Day?

You may get bites of bed bugs at night.

It is possible to find them during the day. You need to open up all the shades for letting the sunlight in.

Then,

Turn on all the lights inside your house where you can have an infestation.

Inspect all the corners of the room with a flashlight for clear views.

Look for the signs of bed bugs.

Look at the furniture and under the beddings.

Thus,

You can get confirmation of bed bugs in your residence.

Can Bed Bugs Stay In Your Clothes All Day?

Yes.

Bed bugs can stay on the clothes the whole day.

It is said that;

Bed bugs canlive up to 12 months on your clothes.

They come to bite to feed when they require the clothes.

If these clothes are occasional or rarely used, then surely,

Bedbugs cansurvive without bloodmeal for more than a year.

A bed bug requires feeding in every5-7 days.

The bed bug is a very small creature.

Difficult to find?

Yes.

It’s hard to findthem during the night due to lack of light.

But

You can identify them when you see any sign of bed bugs.

Human blood is the only food they need to regenerate and survive days after days.

Infestation of bed bugs may imbalance our daily lifestyle.

So,

It’s a must thing to know where do bed bugs come from and treat them taking necessary steps.

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