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Posted by Administrator on 10/20/2010
Lovely Benoit Date 10/20/2010 3:24:40 PM
How is it that you guys sell the protect-a-bed product at such a reduced price? Are the bed protectors that you sell Class 1 medical device product?
USBedbugs Date 10/20/2010 4:35:58 PM
Yes, Protect-a-bed encasements are listed as Class 1 medical devices. We offer discount pricing and free delivery on orders over $50 so we can be your one-stop shop fpr bed bug protection and prevention products!
Jean Date 10/22/2010 9:03:41 AM
I live in Europe but frequently travel to the States on business. Although my company provides more than adequate hotel and travel accomodations in lodging that is well above average, do I still need to worry about bed bugs? Also, do you ship to Europe?
BugBlow Date 10/29/2010 4:00:29 PM
I have a list of educational links that might be helpful. They all basically confirm that while there is no magic bullet, a concept the EPA and CDC are calling integrated pest management seems to be the best approach. I believe that means a combination of traditional pest control services and products like the ones on your site. I was lucky in that I never had to contact a Pest Control Service, but then again my infestation was not severe and seems controlled with the encasement strategy, a h
BugBlow Date 10/29/2010 4:04:26 PM
Sorry... Encasements, a heater, cinnamon spray, and occassional monitors...
Here are a few good links.
USBedbugs Date 10/30/2010 6:30:47 PM
It doesn't matter anymore if you are in Europe or the US, or if you are in a five-star hotel or one-star hotel. All hotels are affected by bed bugs these days. It is highly recommended to use some of our travel tools like BugZip luggage protectors along with BB Alert passive monitors when you travel and you should also have encasements and monitors at home for early detection in case of a problem.
Doris Date 2/2/2011 12:05:43 PM
can you see bed bugs, what does the bite looks like. can you tell if the bugs crawls on you.
USBedBugs Date 2/3/2011 2:52:11 PM
Yes, you can see bed bugs if you know where to look and what to look for. However, they are usually hiding in cracks and crevices so they are hard to find in most cases. Bites will vary from no reaction to a bad rash so tehre is no way to confirm a bite is from bed bugs. You need to be find a live bed bug or other bed bug signs to know for sure. A good place for basic info is http://bedbugger.com/faqs/ or the Bed Bug Beware Book we sell on our site.