Bed Bugs Northwest

Archive | 2010

We’ve started a new bed bug forum for you.

The old forum came down in the spring and we’ve now moved to Google Groups. We think spam messages will be greatly reduced and moderation will be be much easier. Just register for the group, pick a nick-name and post your bed bug story. It’s that simple and dare I say it, cathartic. Who better […]

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Summer of Bugs

Two weeks ago, I got a call from a good friend who while on vacation in Arizona, called to tell me he had discovered bed bugs in his hotel room. He wanted to know how he could get back in his car without bringing any bed bugs from the hotel into the car. (I’ll post […]

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Bed Bugs on WebMD

Good article with some bite treatment remedies. They can itch, and last for weeks, coming and going. Bed bug bites can make you crazy because you may think the bite is gone, and then it will resurface, often after a hot shower or bath. This makes it difficult to track new bites. Some people use antihistimines […]

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The Real Dirt on Laundry and Bed Bug Killin’

This is a link to Renee Corea’s amazing and inspiration site NY vs Bed Bugs (oh, truer words were never spoken, if you pay attention to NY and Bed Bugs, I suppose). Richard Naylor of Sheffield University and associates have now conducted “actual tests” and research on laundry time and heat with actual live bed […]

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Sundance Channel And Isabella Rossellini Explore the Seduction Tactics Employed By Bugs, Fish & More In Five-Part Short Film Series Sundance Channel series will feature Bed Bugs On April 20th

Episode descriptions for “Seduce Me” follow below. Tuesday, April 20 “Bed Bug”– Bed bugs reproduce in mass numbers. This episode explores the violent nature in which the blood-sucking baby bugs are conceived. “Cuttle Fish” – Male cuttle fish play the field and often “sneak” into harems posing as females. Once infiltration is complete, the male […]

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