Where do bed bugs come from?

Where do bed bugs come from?

Because of their strong likeness of warm blood, bed bugs are often found anywhere there are lots of humans and furry pets. They are most likely to come from places with a huge influx of people and in most cases, they are found in beds and other furniture that humans spend most of the time on. Luggage and crevices are also breeding ground for Bed bugs. Bed bugs do not exclusively come from houses and apartments alone, they come from a variety of places such as:

  • Office buildings
  • Hostels
  • Hospitals
  • Apartment complex complexes
  • Transport vehicles e.g. Taxi cabs, buses, airplanes and trains
  • Schools
  • Hotels
  • Libraries
  • Movie theaters and so on.

The list is quite inexhaustible. As long as you can find humans (and other warm-blooded animals in any place), there are high chances that bed bugs can come from such places.

It doesn’t really matter where bedbugs come from, what matters is how you eliminate. The idea is to kill the bedbugs first and ask questions later. Using our LayerOne Bed Bug Eliminating Arthropad can help you achieve that. Our unique ArthroPad material is soft to replicate the feel of human skin to a bed bug. The pattern of holes in the material was designed by an entomologist to attract bed bugs. We see holes. Bed bugs see an invitation to bore. When they do, DEATH awaits them.

Completely safe for non-insects, this element is a type of physical barrier that will puncture an insect’s exoskeleton if they try to cross it, eliminating them with force rather than relying on toxic chemicals. Insects can not become immune to it and the effectiveness does not decrease after wear or washing. In addition, the element isn’t airborne, so you’ll be perfectly safe sleeping in proximity to it (while the treatment is safe to touch, it is drying to the skin so you should always use normal bedding products along with the Layer One products.)