Not only can bed bugs travel around the world, but these appleseed-sized, bloodsucking insects are very good at moving from place to place—from a hotel room to your office, or from that flea market find to the rest of your workplace. Once bed bugs enter your business, they begin multiplying—and one female bed bug will lay one to five eggs a day, or an average of 120 eggs in its life.
Once hatched, these hordes of juvenile bugs, or nymphs, will reach adulthood in just three weeks. Then they’ll seek out blood meals from you and your colleagues by zeroing in on the carbon dioxide you exhale—and laying lots of eggs. This becomes a big problem in short order.
Armed with the latest information on combating these critters, we’ll bring our state-of-the-art arsenal of anti-bed bug weapons.
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