Bed Bugs are small insects that primarily feed on people. Due to their highly effective ability to spread, their extremely small size during early developmental phases, their ability to rapidly reproduce, and their natural instinct to hide in small, concealed areas, it can be challenging to eradicate an infestation.
When a Bed Bug infestation is just starting, the first things many people notice are rust spots on their sheets, pillows, or nighttime attire. A closer look can show you more signs: white ovals are eggs, black dots are feces, light tan husks are their skin molts from growing, and, of course, the reddish-brown Bed Bugs themselves. Typically, you will first find this kind of evidence on your bed’s box spring, mattress, headboard, or foot boards.