Bed bugs are spreading extremely fast and they are not slowing down any time soon.

You could have bed bugs right now and not even know it. How do you know if you have bed bugs?

Do you know anyone who might be dealing with a bed bug infestation? Have you come in contact with them?

Do you know how to get rid of bed bugs?

Now for the next question. Are you dealing with a bed bug infestation? If so, DON’T PROCRASTINATE!

Bed bugs are spreading like a plague throughout the United States and other countries as well.

“Plague Of The Century?”


Many people are even calling Bed Bugs the new plague of the century.

Although bed bugs are causing havoc all over the world, the war against them isn’t over just yet.

Many people can’t seem to get rid of bed bugs because they are not equipped with the right type of bed bug spray that will help them in their battle against bed bugs.

Educating yourself about bed bugs and learning how to protect you and your family from them is just the first step.

Applying this knowledge and passing it down to others not only helps yourself but also helps others as well.

Remember Don’t Procrastinate!

This is the reason why I am creating this guide. I want to help you get rid of bed bugs but I also want to keep them from spreading!

I honestly believe that knowledge is the key to winning the battle against bed bugs.

The more people who are on board and take the time to educate themselves about bed bugs, the faster it will be to taking control over these nasty little creatures.

This guide will cover many questions that concern you about bed bugs. Think of this as a crash course about bed bugs to help you prepare and win the battle against bed bugs.

Including the Following:

  • Bed Bugs Pictures
  • Top Infested Cities With Bed Bug Infestations
  • How Do You Know If You Have Bed Bugs?
  • How To Inspect For Bed Bugs
  • Bed Bug Bites
  • How Do You Get Bed Bugs?
  • How To Get Rid Of Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs Pictures

Bed bugs have different stages in life and they are:Bed-Bug-Family

  • Eggs (1mm).
  • 1st stage nymph (1.5 mm).
  • 2nd stage nymph (2 mm).
  • 3rd stage nymph (2.5 mm).
  • 4th stage nymph (3 mm).
  • 5th stage nymph (4.5 mm).
  • Unfed adult female.
  • Unfed adult male.

Bed bugs, bed-bugs, or bedbugs are parasitic insects of the cimicid family that feed exclusively on blood.

Cimex lectularius, the common bed bug, is the best known, as it prefers to feed on human blood.

Bed bugs have small, flat, oval-shaped bodies. More information on what does a bed bug look like.

Bed bugs primarily feed at night normally 1 hour before sunrise. This is when you are getting your deep sleep.

Bed bugs eggs are the size of a pin head and can’t bee seen unless under a magnifying glass.

The bed bug larvae have a pearl white color and resemble a sesame seed.


Juvenile and adult bed bugs can be both light brown and red in color. They look like a tiny football with 2 antenna on top of there head and have 6 legs.

If you see a dark brown or dark reddish bed bug that means it has feed and the red color is because of the blood they just consumed.

Top 10 Cities Reported With Bed Bugs Infestation

  • Chicago
  • Los Angeles
  • Washington, D.C.
  • New York
  • Columbus, Ohio
  • Philadelphia
  • Detroit
  • Cincinnati
  • Richmond-Petersburg, Va.
  • Baltimore

These are just the list of cities that had the most reports of bed bugs in 2016. Mind you, we are only in January and this could all change at any given time.


My point is that if you live in any of these top ten cities, you just have to make it a point to be diligent about preventing bed bugs from entering your home.

Many people are currently dealing with bed bugs because a friend or family member had them and brought them over.

One of the current sayings about bed bugs is “You may not have them now but if you know someone who does then it’s only a matter of time until you get them.”

That statement is true to a point but if you educate yourself on how to prevent bed bugs from entering your home, you can greatly reduce the risks of

getting a bed bug infestation.

How Do You Know If You Have Bed Bugs?


This is kind of a loaded question because you could have bed bugs and not even know it.

Bed bugs can travel and attach themselves to your clothes at any given time. This is one of the reasons why they are spreading so fast.

Some people honestly don’t realize they may already have bed bugs in their home. Other times people have bed bugs and are embarrassed to let someone know that they have bed bugs.

How To Inspect For Bed Bugs


There are many different signs or evidence that will put up a red flag that you may have bed bugs.

Most of the times you will not be able to see bed bugs because they’re usually hiding in the day time. If you rattle them up they will start to scatter.

Keep in mind that just because you don’t actually see bed bugs, please don’t think that you are bed bug free just yet.

Areas To Inspect First

  1. Mattress – how to check my mattress for bed bugs
  2. Box springs –  how to inspect box springs for bed bugs
  3. Bed Posts & Frames
  4. Cushions & Pillowcases
  5. Dresser Drawers
  6. Picture Frames
  7. Drapes & Linens
  8. Electrical Wall Outlets
  9. Base boards
  10. Window Sills

When checking your mattress, pillow cases, and bed sheets, you will be looking for red and black stains.

Depending on the type of infestation you have, you may even see some bed bugs hiding in nooks and crannies.


Bed bugs like to hide in dark warm places so please keep that in mind when performing your inspection.

If you would like an in depth guide on how to properly inspect your whole home for bed bugs please visit the Bed Bug Help Center

Bed Bug Bites


One of the sure signs that you might have a possible bed bug infestation on your hands is if you wake up in the middle of the night feeling like you are getting bit up.

In many cases, bed bug bites occur on the neck, back, shoulders, and arm areas. They also target legs, ankles, and feet as well.

A bed bug bite is almost like a mosquito bite in terms of pain and discomfort. At first it will look like a red dot on the skin.

Bed bug bites are usually in a line or pattern. After 2-5 days you will experience intense itching and in many cases the bites will swell up and will possible blister and bleed due to the scratching. If this is the case then see your doctor immediately.

How Do You Get Bed Bugs?


There are so many different ways that bed bugs can travel. Once I tell you all the different ways you might have used these forms of travel yourself.

Heck, you may have even been exposed to bed bugs without even knowing it.

Bed bugs can hitch a ride in a variety of different ways.

They are great hitch hikers and many times they could be on your clothes dropping eggs which is how many people get bed bugs.

A family or friend may have had or had bed bugs at one time and decides to visit your house.

Sometimes they are unaware that they are actually carrying a bed bug hitch hiker on their clothes or purse and now you are stuck dealing with bed bugs.

How You May Have Been Exposed To Bed Bugs


  • Hotels
  • Hospitals
  • Day Cares
  • Nursing Homes
  • Movie Theaters
  • Thrift Stores
  • Restaurants
  • Airplanes
  • Buses
  • Taxi Cabs
  • Second Hand Furniture or Clothes

As of late, I have been noticing a lot of people contacting me and they have told me that they think they may have got bed bugs because they purchased a pre-owned piece of furniture.

I just wanted to let you know that second hand furniture is rising to the top of the list of reasons why people are now dealing with bed bugs. Just please be aware.

How To Get Rid Of Bed Bugs


We hear horror stories of how much difficulty people are having trying to get rid of bed bugs.

These things are not easy to get rid of and sometimes people just thrown in the towel and just say “the heck with this” and end up doing something drastic like throwing away every piece of furniture or clothing in a bag and tossing it.

One man used a highly flammable liquid to wipe his interior of his car because it was infested with bed bugs.

Apparently he forgot he did this and lit up a cigarette and the picture above is the result.

Some people even take all of their furniture and set it on fire in the back yard because they are so fed up with bed bugs.

There are a couple of ways that you can use to get rid of bed bugs.

  1. Call an Exterminator
  2. Do It Yourself

Both have their advantages and this is all up to you and what you feel is in your price range.

Calling an Exterminator


If you think you are unable to take care of the job yourself then call an exterminator.

They can assess the situation and determine how much of  bed bug infestation you have and give you an estimate of the cost.

Some exterminators use different methods to kill bed bugs and may require you to leave your home for a couple of days so they can “tent” your home.

Other pest control companies use a heating method where they heat your whole home. This is a great method but can get very pricey depending on the infestation.

Get Rid Of Bed Bugs Yourself


Many people are learning that with the right knowledge and a bed bug spray that actually works,they can actually get rid of bed bugs themselves without having to call an exterminator.

I know a lot of bed bug sprays promise you the world that it works and then once you use it, the bed bugs go away for a couple of week and then all of the sudden they come back and it feels like you are back to square one again.

Your Secret Weapon To Kill Bed Bugs


Bed Bug Bully is your best friend when it comes to getting rid of bed bugs. Bed Bug Bully kills bed bugs, larvae, and nymphs without the use of harmful pesticides.

Since Bed Bug Bully uses natural oils, it will kill bed bugs but will also repel them from coming back in the future.

Think of it as spraying an invisible wall around your home.

Anything “bed bug” related will die within 7-10 seconds or want out, anything “bed bug” related on the outside will not want to get in or anywhere near the areas where Bed Bug Bully Has Been Sprayed.

Benefits Of Bed Bug Bully

Since the Bed Bug Bully formula consists of natural oils, it kills bed bugs but also prevents them from coming

back in the future. Once Bed Bug Bully is sprayed on the area, the formula will leave a layer of protection

on the area keeping bed bugs away from it and also killing them upon contact.

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  • Effective Ingredients are Natural Oil Based
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If Bed Bug Bully does not work for any reason, simply let us know by email or phone and we will happily refund your money.

Our primary mission is to help you get rid of this painful bed bug infestation once and for all.

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