Using Bed Bug Blue Detector in a Hotel Room
The Bed Bug Blue Fecal Spot Detection Kit by PackTite is rapidly becoming one of the most popular travel necessities for bed bug prevention. When entering a hotel room, most travelers are now aware that they need to perform an inspection for signs of bed bugs. If any brownish black spots are found then there is a chance that bed bugs are in the room hiding out. This post contains a video demonstating how easy it is to use Bed Bug Blue to determine if the black spots you found are actually from bed bugs or not...and it takes only 1 minute to see the results.
How to spot and prevent bedbugs while you travel
They're creepy, crawly, night-time feasters. Yep, bed bugs. Even if you've never encountered these pesky, skin-nibbling insects, just the thought of them will likely make your skin crawl.
When traveling, you're particularly susceptible. Whether you're staying in high end hotels, dirt-cheap roadside motels or crammed in hostels, doesn't much matter - bed bugs dont give a hoot about star ratings.
In an interview with Tanya Enberg of Chic Savvy Travels Blog, Adam Greenberg, bed bug expert and president of USBedBugs.com, reveals everything you need to know about reducing nasty encounters with bedbugs on the road and, more importantly, prevent them from hopping a ride home with you in your suitcase.
Bed Bug Travel Tips by David Cain
The following was written by David Cain, Bed Bugs Limited UK as a quick overview of how to ensure that you can travel from one location to another without the risk of taking bedbugs with you.
Bed Bugs and Airplanes
Jeffrey White Weighs In on Forbes Magazine Article About Bed Bugs and Airplanes
How do I Avoid Bed Bugs While I'm Traveling?
Bed bugs are back! And one of the most common ways to encounter bed bugs is when you travel. There are hundreds of places you can come into contact with the pesky bugs. You might find them in your hotel room, on a plane, in a taxi, on a train or bus, and even in a store or theater. While you may not be able to control where bed bugs may be lurking, you can take some extra precautions when you are traveling so that you do not bring them home.
First Video for National Bed Bug Awareness Month-Traveling
September is National Bed Bug Awareness Month. The First National Bed Bug Awareness Month launches the first video of a How-to Series offering prevention tips while traveling.
USBedBugs President in the News
Bed bugs are one souvenir you don't want to bring home from a vacation. Adam Greenberg, President of USBedBugs.com gives Cindy Decker of The Columbus Dispatch offers advice on how protect yourself from bed bugs while traveling.
Peak Season for Bed Bugs- What now?
The peak season for bed bugs is June through October. The increase in heat and humidity during the summer and early fall months does appear to have the effect of making bed bugs more active. By “more active” we mean that they will want to feed and breed more often.
BugZip featured in Howdini video with Louis Sorkin as protection against bed bugs while traveling.
Howdini.com video featuring Entomologist Louis Sorkin of the American Museum of Natural History, highlights the importance of using bed bug protection while traveling. BugZip demonstrated in video as protection against bed bugs when traveling.