Bed Bug Registry

Bed Bug Registry Reports Bed Bug Infestations

Make sure you don’t find yourself checking into an infested with bed bugs hotel by using a bed bug registry. Before checking into a new hotel, or taking a cruise it is essential you do your research. “Bed bug travel” has become a very common term as the two – bed bugs and travel – have become deeply linked especially over the past year.

bed bugs usaBed bug reports have almost tripled in the past year, which may be due to an increased resistance to insecticides, (Read more about bed bug resistance here), so it has become even more important to keep track of these new bug infestations. A bed bug registry, depending on how good it is, will provide a list of recent bed bug reports. Bedbugregistry.com is one example of these kind of registries – it is a database of bed bug reports from users across the United States and Canada.
According to this registry, as well as many others, bed bugs are a big problem! They are a problem that could easily be prevented with the proper caution, but due their new resistance are becoming harder to get rid of.

Tips for avoiding bed bugs while traveling:
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  1. Before booking a hotel, look up if any bed bug sightings have been reported on a bed bug registry.
  2. Find out what bed bugs look like and learn how to check a hotel room for bed bugs.
  3. When packing, pack all clothing in anti-bedbug luggage liners and bring along your own bedbug-proof pillow case and anti-bedbug laundry bag. Don’t forget to also bring a small flashlight to help you look for bed bugs in the hotel room.
  4. Try not to leave your luggage on the bed or floor and keep all clothes not being used sealed in anti-bed bug luggage liners or the anti-bedbug laundry bag.
  5. Before checking out, recheck your belongings and the hotel room for bed bugs so that you don’t bring any bed bugs back home with you.
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