bed Bugs ?
Found bed bugs in my room that is in the basement in a fairly big house. Called exterminator; they said we caught it very early. Did a heat treatment in the one room, sprayed chemicals and layed a powdered pesticide. Sprayed the rest of the house furniture etc. killed majority of the bugs, I found a few alive. Exterminator said they were poisoned and were gonna die eventually. Dried all my sheets twice. Moved into a spare room upstairs. I’ve been super paranoid, is it possible they can follow me up stairs “if” there is a few if not any alive that would possible follow me upstairs? I also put baby powder all over the floor to prevent them from exiting the room.
- champerLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
In short, no they won't follow you upstairs. They aren't that clever or long-ranging, they're bugs.
- zenoLv 61 month ago
Wrong. Here is how it works. They get inside
The walls and addict and make colonies of
Bugs. I live in an apartment and they are
In the building. I killed all the bugs in my
Apartment several times but they eventually
Show up again. They usually try and hide in
The corners of the ceiling and wall in the pop
Corn ceiling. I look all over the apartment
Everyday incase a new bug shows up. If
You don't kill them at that point they can
Set up a new colony of beg bugs in the
Apartment. I used fly paper and a stick to
Grab them off the ceiling and clear shipping
Tape the get the baby bed bugs off the bed
Sheets. I used myself as bait. Every time
I got out if bed or before I got into bed I
Cleaned the bed of any tiny black spots
That were usually baby bed bugs. A baby
Is so small you can see it standing up. It
Is the size of a grain of tiny black pepper.
You only see it if you bend over and slowly
Look at every inch of the bed sheets. They
Also lay completely still in most cases so
You don't notice them. They are sneaky
So get ready to a constantly look for them.
If they are in the neighborhood they will
Always be coming back inside at some
Point. Make it part of your daily routine
To look for them.